September 15, 2008

Intermission: Roll over, Aunt Jemina?

Like any other "superhero" (what?), your friendly neighborhood Projectionist has another life — as a mild–mannered part–time custodian at his local King Kullen supermarket.

So don't be too alarmed if he suddenly dashes for a phone booth (or more likely, the rest room at the Chinese takeaway across the street) should this land on store shelves:

©2008 American News Project.

I can hear it now: "I'm David Duke, I bought the company, and I approved this message."

UPDATE 2008.09.17: It gets worse: If the facts–gatherers at Firedoglake are correct, then one of the duo responsible for this product, Mark Whitlock, also works for Fox Faith, the "spiritual" arm of Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Both he and co–conspirator Bob Moss also worked for Dr. James Dobson's Focus on the Family, which is the parent organization behind the Family Research Council, which in turn produces the Values Voter Summit events. Got that?

But wait, folks — there's MORE! Courtesy of the Brooklyn Comedy Company, that is:

©2008 Brooklyn Comedy Company.

Case closed, peoples.

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