it is possible to sway and ultimately change the minds of military men and women all over the country, and thus thwart the entire operation that is heading in the direction of triggering a man-made armageddon worldwide. their minds are meant to be corrupted in this way. let us go and paint the White House pink, what do ya’ think? mock the very idea of world leaders — presidents, kings, queens, snipers, and so on. these people need to lighten up. toss the hierarchy into the thorns!
the tomato carrot celery juice is basically rockin’ it right now. the free time is magical, is painless, is an evening walk around the whole park talking about the idea of getting into writing more seriously. we were both bouncing back and forth some pretty good ideas on it. we all need advice, encouragement, and support — or I know I do, at least, and I know a few others.
Fahrenheit 9/11 was pretty good, though I’m wondering why, in mentioning the Coalition of the Willing, does Moore stereotypically associate Romanians with Nosferatu? seems a bit insulting… and I thought, why not throw in that there’s a big possibility of a draft in 2005, stealing away many older people too, who would be surprised to find out that they qualify.
voting for anyone but Bush doesn’t seem to be the answer, either — since the other guy just wants to wreak havoc in his own way. while attacking the president’s motives and character is well overdue, that attack would further raise in entertainment value if it were a scattershot, attacking not just the man, but the entire system.
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in America, the land of the free, they said, and of opportunity, in a just and a truthful way, but where the president, is never black, female or gay, and until that day you’ve got nothing to say to me… –Morrissey
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when 60 minutes finishes up talking about the Patriot missiles – which are suck-ass weapons for missing targets, hitting wrong targets (friendly fire), firing off at random into open skies – they run another glitch of an interview on Moore, not asking him a single question pertinent to Fahrenheit. it was more like, “why are you rocking the boat? how dare you go up against the powers that be?” that sort of thing. they’d rather run cutesy exposés on road rage. the coalition of the wild-eyed, I guess, get the real stories…