Close to the building where I work, there is a food court (this is in downtown Atlanta, GA). Anyhow, there is a DD that has been there for several years. About a couple of months ago, I noticed that in a small cafeteria next door there was a brand new KK sign (with lights, it was actually kinda cool). I went inside the cafeteria and noticed a small cabinet with glass doors where they were selling Krispy Kremes. Their price was 2 cents more expensive than DD donuts, and they did not offer any promotions, e.g., get a free donut when you buy at least 2 after 11 AM, etc., like DD does. Anyhow, guess what I noticed today?? The KKD sign was turned off, they took the cabinet where the donuts used to be, and there were no more KK donuts! Anecdotal evidence...
I would go with Michael Douglass as Livingood. A part for Terrance Stant would be good too.
Joe Pecci too!..."wadda ya mean the donut blew up. Wadda ya mean I'm a funny guy. Like wadda ya mean by that!?"
I don't know what part Pecci would play. How about the attorney for the suing franchisee? Or how about the new CFO....."Wadda ya mean about the 'comparable store sales'...'Ya callin me a lier? Huh?"
Are you questioning the veracity of the very serious allegations posted on this board? Maybe I should interview you for my book/movie; in the end we'll see who's stupid and who's not so stupid after all...
After followuing this board for a while Mike Murphy has finally posted something I completely agree with.
Michael Moore is a bozo. His documentary bowling for Columbine included a scene showing how easy it was to get guns with artistic license yet still won Academy Award.
Yes, and a very relevant quote fom the Info Minister for the deep messages posted on this board:
"I can assure you that those villains will recognize, will discover in appropriate time in the future how stupid they are and how they are
pretending things which have never taken place."
I think one of the Iraqi Information Minister's insights is an appropriate response to your Impostorization:
"Just look carefully, I only want you to look carefully. Do not repeat the lies of liars. Do not become like them.... Please, make sure of what you say and do not play such a role."
Sarcasm: 1. A cutting, often ironic remark
Skilune's assertion that Michael Moore is "beloved by most Americans..."
Martinshortin referring to Moore as one of the "cinematic giants and legends of the big screen..."
Get it now, Mike? It's good that we can finally agree on something. I can safely say that you will be correct 100% of the time with your predictions about the short term and long term direction of Michael Moore.