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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

"If something's wrong, where did we go wrong?" -- Mark Leno reviews Moore's Sicko

Posted By on Wed, Jun 13, 2007 at 3:30 PM

(WARNING: do not watch the following video under the influence of any psychotropic substance)

Today's ASD Movie Alliance brings you a fawning review of Michael Moore's new treatise, Sicko, from Assemblyman Mark Leno (D-SF). Enjoy!

Did you watch it? Okay, now, please watch it again very closely. With the right eyes, you can actually see tiny gremlins hesitantly emerge from Leno's ears about 45 seconds in. And if you listen hard enough, shortly thereafter, you can even hear the tune to "It's A Small World" repeat over and over again, softly in the background, as if it were the soundtrack to dream you'd very much like to escape. Elves appear. The world suddenly seems much darker. Crackling and static. Do you hear it? Do you hear it now? -- The Snitch

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