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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

I'm Not Showering Any More

Because I'm afraid of sharks after watching that movie Deep Water, which was basically The Blair Witch Project in the ocean - only not laughably silly. And only slightly less annoying. Seriously, I think all bickering couples should be dropped off in the middle of shark-infested waters. I also think politicians should be dropped off in the middle of the ocean. And Britney Spears. But not Paris Hilton, because I wouldn't subject the sharks to that. Anyways, this really has little to do with the reason I'm making this post. So I've basically wasted your time. Sucks to be you.

If you're like me, you base your decisions on who to vote for on the recommendations of a boringly-long horror writer who should have quit writing after Pet Cemetery. So here you go (7th story down in the link).
Stephen King has a special Halloween request for voters: helping him end the "nightmare" he calls the GOP majorities in Congress.

In an e-mail with the subject line "I know scary," King asks members of MoveOn.org to help organize pre-Halloween phone parties this weekend. At the parties, attendees will call "progressive" voters in key districts to remind them to vote Nov. 7.

"If I know anything, I know scary," he writes. "And giving this president and this out-of-control Congress two more years to screw up our future is downright terrifying. Thankfully, this national nightmare is one we can end with,— literally, a wake up call."
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"And since it's Halloween, we'll celebrate with an optional costume contest, some pumpkin carving (I'll be making a Jack-Abramoff-O'’Lantern) and, —of course, —plenty of candy," he added.
By the way, will someone please take my idea of starting an anti-MoveOn website called www.MoveOnAlready.com. Or www.MoveAlong.com. Come on, help a brother out.

Gratuitous link to a picture of a Good Samaritan telling Paris Hilton she should get off a stripper pole because she's making people puke here.

Bonus grizzly Paris Hilton story: A new Harris Interactive survey finds that Paris Hilton is the celebrity people would most like to see die in a horror movie. She received 39% of the vote. (You would be surprised what turns up when you google "Paris Hilton" and "die".)

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