YAAFM 9: Michael Moore

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Aug 30, 2004 | 3:39 AM EDT

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PLEASE READ!: For my note to all negative replies and UNJUST ZERO SCORES... please check out http://www.zipperfish.com/free/yaafm9-note.html OK... now that that's out of the way... YAAFM's triumphant return features Michael Moore. Yes, ALL the quotes are real. More animation in this one. Hope you enjoy.

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b-rb-r

Rated 4 / 5 stars

A stretch

I have enjoyed the series so far, but I felt this really was a strecth by the artist. Either that or he is a die hard republican. Many of the things Moore says IS true. One thing in particular is the statement in which he says that the average american's knowledge about the outside world is embarrassing. I'm not an american myself but I have both met a lot of americans and seen enough documentaries about the subject to come to this conclusion: They should be embarrassed. The average american's knowledge about the world is laughable and I think there are few who can name most european countries without consulting a map. Me and my whole class of students here in sweden, however, can name more than half of the american states, which I think rates even tougher than naming whole countries. Don't get me wrong, this does not aply to all amercians of course, but sadly a great deal of those I have met. To comment more on this flash alone though, I must say that Moore did have something like this coming. Although he makes many good points, he exaggerates very much and even make down right lies (in his movies). Keep up the good work, but try to tackle someone really moronic next time cause this felt wrong somehow.



mageslimemageslime

Rated 4 / 5 stars

An OK episode

This author is not a fan of the bush administration. Bush was already in one of these episodes. Michael Moore has given us some great propaganda, and lied sometimes. Some quotes that make him sound dumb is an OK way to criticize him, but I didn't find it too funny.

Claiming someone is a socialist or anti-democrat is not a good way to criticize them. People have a right to their own opinion, and not everyone against democracy or capitalism is an idiot. Socialists and anti-democrats are not necessarily against human rights.



nishman686nishman686

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Pretty funny!

i agree with RoadWarriorMM, stop personally insulting each other, it's stupid. The flash was pretty funny, although I haven't seen the movie and can't say anything about Michael Moore. So judge the flash and not each other, nobody has that right. Good job.



GLADIATRRR3000GLADIATRRR3000

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Hahah.

Although I am a liberal and dislike our current president, I never agreed with everything Michael Moore said. It was funny, but I'm guessing most of the people giving it 10's gave the one insulting Bush 0's.



neodolphinoneodolphino

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Fine line

There is a fine line between speaking your mind and biting the hand that feeds you.

Though I do believe in people's freedom, and their rights as Americans (freedom and rights which I currently fight for), I believe that if someone truly holds such contempt for the country and people that have bore them, then they are unworthy of those rights.

Mr. Moore can think and speak as he pleases (as well as make gobs of money whining and complaining) because of those who fight and do the jobs that he himself is either too scared, or unable to do himself.

Let him think what he likes, and let him believe that his solutions and thoughts are ultimate truth. He may feel Americans are arrogant, stupid, and ignorant, but it is people like him that perpetuate such views upon us.

I charge him to use what tallents he has to help fix what he feels is wrong with this country, instead of using them to tear it further apart....