Thursday, March 29, 2012

Quote du jour

You can’t invent scenes and quotes and then insist the film is “completely accurate and truthful.”

-Jim Geraghty, on HBO's Lame, er, Game Change

4 comments:

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    "You can’t invent scenes and quotes and then insist the film is “completely accurate and truthful.”"


    Oh pshaw. Sure you can.

    Ask Fox Networks/Murdoch Media. They do it all the time. Don't believe me, ask Fox Network/Murdoch Media followers, they love it when they are being lied to. Remember, it ain't a lie if you want to believe it.

    Ema Nymton
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    1. Ema! What brings the poster child for senility to my blog this AM? You want to dispute the statement that you cannot write fiction and call it the truth, a fact which is true on its face to every non-liberal, and then you dig deeply into your Fox and Murdock Derangement Syndromes and cannot come up with so much as a single example to back up your babbling, even though you say they "do it all the time"?

      BTW, I hate to break it to you, Ema, but the Harry Potter movies were not based on actual events either, hence you are not a Muggle, merely muddled.

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    Why so defensive? Your whole blog philosophy can be summed up, "It ain't a lie if you want to believe it."

    As Fox Networks/Murdoch Media have shown the world, lie, cheat and steal; then deny, excuse, and accuse. You follow their lead as you channel Brietbart with your slander and smears.

    When no one is responsible or held accountable for what is said, then one can insist anything. You know like 'fair and balanced'.

    Embrace your eudemonia. Let your failed hatred out. It is all you got.

    Ema Nymton
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    1. Defensive? Are you having delusions of adequacy again, Ema? Nothing in your Fox/ Murdock Derangement Syndrome bleating rises to the level of an actual argument. Tell the pretty nurse it's way past time for your meds.

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