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It Was A Scandal When They Did It On Game Shows In The 50s, Now Nobody Seems To Care…

Posted on | October 14, 2004 |

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So, is Bush wearing a prompting receiver during the debates or isn’t he? Check out “Is Bush Wired?” Man, I don’t know, but in side by side shots, Kerry is wearing a suit that looks like it fits him and Bush looks like he got a factory second on its third markdown. I couldn’t see the bulge in back tonight, but the collar still looked like it was hiding a neckloop transducer. If that’s the tailoring, man, call up Tony Blair and have him fly you out someone from Savile Row, QUICK!

In the meantime, Sean Penn took the South Park crew to task for saying in a Rolling Stone interview: “If you don’t know what you’re talking about, there’s no shame in not voting.” (E-online: Penn Scolds “South Park” Brain Trust) South Park’s a great show, but it falls on its face every time it tries to get deeper than fart jokes. Parker and Stone just don’t have enough anger for satire.

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