I saw this popping up on my Facebook feed in the past few days —
So now we know what it takes to shut down a showing of one of Moore’s crappy “documentary” flicks.
Seriously, why can’t Moore extend this same courtesy to the rest of the United States?
Does Moore really believe that people who don’t watch his moivies are somehow deprived?
Even better — the counterpoint of Howard Stern.
Back in the 1980s, Stern ran some sort of survey to see what his listeners were like.
The results were somewhat surprising, to put it mildly.
The people who liked Stern’s routine would listen for an hour or so, then move on to other things.
The people who hated Stern, who thought of Stern being devilspawn and such . . . those people would not only listen to the entire show, but would record it in order to demonstrate to friends and family the true depths of Stern’s depravity.
Advertising like that, you can’t pay for it.
Thus, I would think that Moore would want his flicks to run where they would piss people off, just for publicity’s sake.
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- Published in The Libertarian Enterprise – #868 – 17 April 2016
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