by mildewmaximilian, Mon Apr 24, 2006 at 05:03:06 AM EDT
by mildewmaximilian, Sat Apr 22, 2006 at 02:28:09 AM EDT
by mildewmaximilian, Fri Apr 21, 2006 at 12:21:57 AM EDT
by Eternal Hope, Thu Mar 09, 2006 at 07:12:19 AM EST
As much as we might agree with Feingold 100% on the issues, he is simply not electable. People want a candidate who represents America, and they would always go for the man who best represents their ideals. This includes having a traditional family. After all, if a man can't run his family, then how can he run this country?
by Malacandra, Tue Mar 07, 2006 at 01:28:22 PM EST
For some reason, I've got the movies on my mind. And it's clear that in spite of diminishing box office, the movies are "where it's at". Nobody reads anymore - you can tell that by the way Americans vote: so if it didn't happen on the big screen, it didn't happen, baby.
So, given the recent hubbub on this site about the publication of this "Crashing the Gate" book, it's clear we need to get it on film. I thought I'd donate my services as a casting agent, which I have extensive experience in based on participating in numerous internet newsgroups devoted to Neil Gaiman graphic novels. First of all, realize that the movies are all about exaggeration. It's all larger than life. It's all about "truthiness".
So when real life presents us with this...
... the movies will serve up this:
Embrace it.My casting selections below (accompanied by pictures of the victims... I mean honorees).