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Sunday, January 16, 2005

Michael Moore Rejected by High School

Moore has been nominated four times to the Hall of Fame of his former high school in Davison, Michigan, but has been turned down each time.
"Would you want him as a role model? Would you want your son or daughter to be like him?" asked Don Hammond, a member of the Hall of Fame selection committee. "I haven't talked to anybody yet who's for him. The word to describe Michael Moore is embarrassing. He embarrasses everybody."
It's good to learn I'm not the only one who feels this way about the king of the non-sequitur.

[link via Drudge]
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