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Thursday, July 15, 2004

It's been some time since we heard from the official movie reviewer of WKWR, Mick Daniels. Now I can understand this in part since he's about to get hitched. I reckon a fella ought to be cut some slack for that but in any event, he's finally checked in with a review of Anchorman:

Anchorman is a must see movie.....must see on video that is. This is
a dumb movie that is much funnier than it has any right to be. I
have to confess that I spent my time either finding fault with it or
laughing my ass off. A strange combination I'll admit. There are
some great lines in this movie, but save your money for the rental.
If you do go out to see it, stick around for ALL of the credits.

Not being much of a movie goer, I'll take Mick's word for it. I see too where some of you folks are getting a mite nervous about the election. Let's face it, Jean Querry has had a great month, he's received non-stop favorable press for his vice presidential running mate selection, the two Jean's have graced websites and magazine covers, (usually engaged in some activity that would have gotten a heterosexual couple suspended in high school) and now comes the democratic convention in Boston.

Of course being a political pundit around these parts requires that I subject myself to the awful sight of the most horrific gathering of humanity this side of Berkeley. It should be interesting to note the demonstrations of faux outrage matched with priceless clothing combinations. (what those designers can do with hemp and platinum these days) The four day Bush-bash at Boston will hopefully expose the dems to real America for what they are. A bunch of seditious ne'er do wells intent on destroying the vision of the Founding Fathers in return for their own partisan political gain. The theme of this catastrophe? Stronger at Home, Respected Abroad. Hell, that sounds like they're going to adopt the Republican platform unless I missed something.

President Bush has made us stronger at home and you get respect abroad by getting there first, with the most firepower, as Nathan Bedford Forrest knew. Well we're doing that just fine right now with no help from the Party of Sedition...let's not rock the boat...

Smilin' Paul Villa U.S. Senate 2004
cyber-Congressman, R-Reno
Proud Member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy and 2 SUV Family


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