Thursday, June 22, 2006

Speaking Of Irony

Go read Mr. Cranky's review of "An Inconvenient Truth."

From the review:

"Gore shows us tons of pictures of melting polar ice caps, holes in Greenland, and receding glaciers around the world. Just who took these pictures? Since Gore invented the Internet, he must have heard of Photoshop. Hell, I could make a glacier recede in about five seconds with Photoshop. I also know some swift boat veterans who would be happy to frag Gore and cast some doubts on his claims (though frankly, you get enough whiskey and baskets of cheese fries into those guys and they'll frag anybody). "


Blogger Soundsurfr said...

The truth just gets more and more inconvenient every day, dun'it?

jpdnza - an expensive piece of furniture from Asia

12:03 PM  
Blogger XTCfan said...

See, I don't know if I necessarily agree with Mr. Cranky's approach here ... his review is obviously tongue-in-cheek, but given the lack of appreciation (or understanding) of irony that you and others have talked about, a good number of people might take the piece seriously.

8:24 AM  
Blogger jimlando said...

mr cranky,

you've plummeted into the abyss of half-truth and metaboggle, but what the heck, the rest of us are here with you baaaaaing like the sheep we are as long as we pay taxes and do our mental ostrich moves.

keep up the cranialsphincterosity - you are not only one of us but possibly one of our most IMPORTANT waste products!

yip yip yeeehaw.

10:40 AM  

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