Monday, March 3, 2008

Three a Trend Does Make

First James Frey dupes America (and Oprah!) into thinking he was a drug addled alcoholic who survived rehab in A Million Little Pieces. Then last week somebody lied about being saved by wolves after fleeing from the Nazis (Come on! how did no one call that?). Now there's some chick from California who lied about being a half-white, half-Native American foster child who ran drugs for the Bloods (Again, how did someone not catch that?).

Soon America will have to deal with the consequences when John McCain comes clean and tells us that his memoir, Faith of My Fathers, is a farce and that he's actually a robot.

1 comment:

MuthuSelvan said...

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