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What Is The Matrwich?

I spill the beans over at The Morning News.

And completely unrelated: I called this.

Posted on November 17, 2003 to Elsewhere





Comments

LOL! Excellent!

Posted by: John F on November 17, 2003 7:21 AM

President George W. Bush, who leaves this week for a state visit to Britain where he is deeply unpopular, says he is not concerned by the expected anti-war protesters who will pour into London’s streets to vent anger at his policies…[He] will be whisked to Buckingham Palace and largely kept in what Bush himself describes as a security-enclosed bubble – cut off from activity in the rest of the city.

Gee, I'm glad he's not concerned! I have to wade through 1 million unwashed hippies to get to class for the next freaking three days! Argh! He gets the %$^£$*£& secret service and I get to march through people with a news paper and an international law text book. I'm no fan of the war but I'm not exactly a fan of "international block Stephanie from getting to school so we can try and stop a war that has already pretty much started and kind of sort of ended" day .

You know something isn't right when you feel you are going to be lucky this week if someone doesn't set off a bomb in your &^£*&^£ neighbourhood.

I should have gone to Oxford.

Oh - and good work, Matt.

Posted by: Stephanie on November 17, 2003 7:32 AM

That is some funny stuff.

If only you would use your gifts for good and not evil!

Posted by: Duane on November 17, 2003 7:48 AM

I guess you didn't get the memo. Fan fiction is supposed to be about homosexual sex, not politics. Chapter two, perhaps?

Posted by: machaus on November 17, 2003 8:15 AM

Absolutely brilliant Matt!

You hit the nail on the head with the "tedium" remark.

Posted by: Todd on November 17, 2003 9:45 AM

Hah, that was great! Linkage to all of my political friends, for sure.

Posted by: lindsay on November 17, 2003 10:19 AM

You most definately did call that and I'll totally testify for you when you sue for theft of intellectual property. With all the people reading this blog you KNOW one of the producers stole your idea.

Do you think Legonomics could be next?

Posted by: Duane on November 17, 2003 11:41 AM

Hmmmm... I know a couple of other people I need to shove headfirst down that rabbit hole.

Posted by: Micah on November 17, 2003 3:34 PM

Lol, awesome. Definitely hilarious. However the line that caught my attention the most was when Trin and Morpheus were asked how they got up to see Bush-- and responded that they were Mormon. Just wondering why you wrote that... I've heard a couple of conspiracy theories.

Posted by: Natalie on November 17, 2003 4:17 PM

You are a prophet

Posted by: Rob on November 17, 2003 5:04 PM

holy shit, that's the hottest guy i've ever seen.

I...I feel funny.

Posted by: tom on November 17, 2003 10:44 PM

Intresting, Mr Baldwin. You have not yet wrote a review for the third movie in the Matrix trilogy, the one with the absurdly stupid ending that makes perfect sense.

I wondered about the extent of Mr W Bush's powers. And why the adapter wasn't just three prong automatically. If there is no third hole, would nothing happen? And why wouldn't electricity leak out of the socket if there's nothing in there? Maybe if I repeat my post with a bajillion spelling errors you'll actually pay attention to it...

Posted by: Mr Anderson on November 18, 2003 6:18 PM

Intersting, Mr Baldwin. You hav not yeet roat a reveiw for the third movie in the Matrix trilogy, the one with the obzurdly stoopid ending that makes prefct cents.

I wondred about the acctent of Mr W Bush's powers. And why the adpter wasn't just three prong automaticly. If their is no third whole, wood nothing hapen? And why woodn't electricity leak out of the socket if their's nothing in there? Are you peying attenshun yte?

Posted by: very obviously not Mr Anderson on November 18, 2003 6:22 PM

Impressive. You know--you really could go into showbiz. You'd make a ton. Seriously.

As for the Martwich? Yeah, I predict a sequel. God help us all. But this is my prediction.

Posted by: Miel on November 18, 2003 11:50 PM

You win today's "never a truer word spoken in jest" award.

Executives are going through throwaway lines in the Yeti and assessing them for commercial viability right now as I type.

Posted by: Chris M. Dickson on November 19, 2003 4:30 AM