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Monday, May 7, 2012

While You Never Had A Shark

Thomas Lindaman writes:

From the people who brought you taking a crap on police cars, drug dealing and use, underage prostitution, and advocating killing the police and the Jews,

Notice, not a single citation. lol

there's something new.

They're putting out a CD.

Mostly, it's a bunch of indie stars, bands you couldn't pick out of a lineup, and the occasional has-been. But the most uproarious track? Michael Moore doing a remake of Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'".

Although the Astroturf Wall Street crowd

Still waiting for you to back up your claims.  Even when you were a proven liar about Soros "funding" OWS through the Tides Foundation, you just keep blabbing on. lol

think he has a new career in singing, personally, I think it's a cry for attention...and help. If you take a look a Moore's box office, he's only had a couple of big hits, and those were some time ago.

His second-to-last documentary, "Sicko", is in the top ten highest box office documentaries of all time.  Nice try. lol

Now, he's on a downward slide, with "Capitalism: A Love Story" doing one of the worst box office performances of his cinematic career. And when you consider it was as exciting as an Al Gore swimsuit video, is it any wonder?

"Capitalism: A Love Story" is #13 on the highest box office documentaries of all time.  It even beat out "Super Size Me." So again, nice try.

So, maybe Moore got the hint and is trying to get out of the filmmaking business and is testing the waters with trying to be the next Peter, Paul, and Mary. Combined.

Of course, I joke, but Moore has a serious problem: he doesn't have a good fallback plan. His musical talent reminds me of the 1910 Fruitgum Company

What's wrong with the 1910 Fruitgum Company!?

You're actually giving Moore too much credit!  His singing feels more like a parody of folk singing, like The Folksmen.

and his filmmaking leaves a lot to be desired (like the truth).

Citation, please?  You've been lying all through your post.  So we can't just take your word for it.

Well, Mikey, if the signing thing doesn't work out for you, you could go into the auto industry. I'm sure GM would be willing to put you on the line...

Which could be possible, since the Democrats saved Detroit.  You guys would sell out to the Japanese faster than he could blink.

But hey, considering your own grand reception:

...it's no wonder you're such a wet blanket when it comes to a CD. 

This is why you never get invited to the good parties. lol