August 31, 2004

Now Go Away Or We Shall Taunt You A Second Time-ah.

Michael bin-Moore has decided to stay out of Madison Square Garden for the remainder of the Convention. Apparently, USA Today had thought that he wouldn't be noticed amongst all the other elephants:

"We had hoped we would be able to put Moore in place where he could actually listen to speeches and not disrupt anything," Ken Paulson, USA Today editor, told E&P today. "The idea was not to put him in the line of sight while giving him the opportunity to observe. Now Moore doesn't plan to return to the convention. I think he saw the down side of his attending. We will have the four days of his column and I hope people will take time to read what he wrote.

Fat chance.

Posted by Robert at August 31, 2004 02:24 PM | TrackBack

Heh heh, you said "fat". Heh heh.

Posted by: Mikey at August 31, 2004 03:30 PM

Interestingly, on ABC news a few minutes ago I saw a protester being arrested who, from the rear, looked remarkably like Moore. I know it wasn't him because if it had been I'm sure they would have said so but it's still an amusing coincidence.

Posted by: Lynn S at August 31, 2004 07:06 PM

You are all selfish idots. Thought you should know. I live in New York and went to the convention for an article I had to write. I have to say I felt sick by all the idotic people I was surround by. I think the republicain ideal is selfishness, basicly "fucj everyone but me and my rich buddies."

Posted by: Coset at March 4, 2005 04:33 PM
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