Thursday, October 26, 2006

Mega-dittos (whatever that means)

A recent story caught my eye. A broadcaster, who over the last two decades has built a media empire that nearly rivals my own, said something that was hard to believe. He criticized a man with Parkinson's disease for shaking. And not just any man; this was Michael J. Fox. The lovable Alex P. Keaton, Marty McFly. This statement was so outlandish -- and the ensuing "apology" so insincere -- that I had to investigate. The Armed Revolutionary Forces' intelligence wing pored over reams of data, analyzing facial movements, voice inflections, radio hiss. The ARF operatives then gave me a thorough presentation of their findings. And now, I am ready to release the results of this analysis.

No man -- regardless of how many illegal pain pills he was high on -- could be doltish enough to call Michael J. Fox "shameless" for displaying the symptoms of a disease he was diagnosed with 15 years ago. Rush Limbaugh must have been faking.


Brody the Bulldog said...


Chelsea said...

Mama agrees with you.
She always does.
Please do a blog about giving doggies extra treats and belly rubs.


Moe the Welshie said...
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Moe the Welshie said...

Such a wise pug you are.

--Moe the Welshie

T-man said...

You tell 'em Ayatollah! No one disses MJF!

And your media empire is superior to Rush Limbaugh's anyway, in my poodle opinion.

Pappy's Fella said...

I'd laugh at Limbaugh, 'cept my mom died of Parkinson's in 2001. It's an ugly disease.

Anonymous said...

Amazing how lacking in sensitivity some humans are, especially in an election year! I'm thinking Rush has this problem all the time.

Boomer said...

Dogs are so much nicer than people.

James Beauregard daPug said...

"Doltish" was the right word, Bro. Mugsy. All I can say is consider the source...sometimes "doltish" louts need to keep their mouths shut and not let the whole world see just how insensitive, thoughtless, and totally ignorant they are about something as tragic as Parkinson's Disease.

It's hard to believe anyone doesn't recognize the rhythmic tremors and muscular rigidity of Parkinson's.

J. B.

Bogart said...

Yet another reason I follow the pug.


Pippin, the Gentle Pup said...

You are wise AND generous, Great one

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