2nd attempt: The Funniest Guy of the War.

newnew
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in General Discussion edited January 2014
I know Sadam, Blair and Bush have had their fair amount of whacking during this war.



But my favorite guy was always the iraqi information minister.



Someone even made him a site!



(but it seems to be down a lot)



So do see a career after the war here, maybe he could host Al-Jazeera's equivalent of the Tonight Show?



Comments

  • Reply 1 of 13
    newnew Posts: 3,244member
    I think John Buckley said it best:



    "because when you're going down, style counts."
  • Reply 2 of 13
    Quote:

    Originally posted by New

    I know Sadam, Blair and Bush have had their fair amount of whacking during this war.



    But my favorite guy was always the iraqi information minister.



    Someone even made him a site!



    (but it seems to be down a lot)



    So do see a career after the war here, maybe he could host Al-Jazeera's equivalent of the Tonight Show?







    Yeah, he is funny to watch, the reason the site is down alot, it is probably too busy, they actually posted a link to it on CNN.



    CNN Link
  • Reply 3 of 13
    newnew Posts: 3,244member
    There is a petition... (doesn't work with Safari)



  • Reply 4 of 13
    Quote:

    Originally posted by New

    I think John Buckley said it best:



    "because when you're going down, style counts."




    exactly! good quote!

    the site is up with just an ip address and i got to it ok.

    "GO SEE FOR YOURSELF! GO SEE, GO SEE!"



    my favorite is the "who would play him in a movie" page.

    go see, go see!
  • Reply 5 of 13
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,122member
    This funny man was the hand of Saddam. He killed many peoples. It's not a clown, it's a monster.

    Even if he is ridiculous, i can't laught at him, because he has killed so many peoples. Otherwise, yes he will be damn funny. But knowing his past, i wish him just a short travel for hell.
  • Reply 6 of 13
    Quote:

    Originally posted by New

    There is a petition... (doesn't work with Safari)







    i don't want him in britain, this man must be on fox.

    although the chicago tribune pointed out that he would be a good mouthpiece fo mayor daley, here in chicago.
  • Reply 7 of 13
    newnew Posts: 3,244member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Powerdoc

    This funny man was the hand of Saddam. He killed many peoples. It's not a clown, it's a monster.

    Even if he is ridiculous, i can't laught at him, because he has killed so many peoples. Otherwise, yes he will be damn funny. But knowing his past, i wish him just a short travel for hell.




    Yeah, but how would one survive in Saddams regime anyway?



    like someone said somewhere:



    Quote:

    (...) i always thought he was winking at us, when he was doing his job.

    "just tryin' to stay alive here, folks! Yowsah!" (jazz hands!!



    On the other hand he's supposed to be a Baath-veteran, from back in the 60's, when he proved his loyalty to Saddam by rating on his own brother.
  • Reply 8 of 13
    Quote:

    On the other hand he's supposed to be a Baath-veteran, from back in the 60's, when he proved his loyalty to Saddam by rating on his own brother.



    yep, and when he's playing bridge at the riviera country club, and dining at spago, and attending gala premieres........as his manager i would advise him to say



    "hey, a man can change!" (jazz hands)
  • Reply 9 of 13
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,122member
    New :



    survive yes, but actively cooperate : no.
  • Reply 10 of 13
    newnew Posts: 3,244member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by Powerdoc

    New :



    survive yes, but actively cooperate : no.




    One some level, everyone had to cooperate or at least act like they did to survive in Iraq. But don't think I'm making excuses for the guy.
  • Reply 11 of 13
    powerdocpowerdoc Posts: 8,122member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by New

    One some level, everyone had to cooperate or at least act like they did to survive in Iraq. But don't think I'm making excuses for the guy.



    You are excused
  • Reply 12 of 13
    Quote:

    Originally posted by superkarate monkeydeathcar

    yep, and when he's playing bridge at the riviera country club, and dining at spago, and attending gala premieres........as his manager i would advise him to say



    "hey, a man can change!" (jazz hands)




    Why does that remind me of South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut"?
  • Reply 13 of 13
    outsideroutsider Posts: 6,008member
    Quote:

    Originally posted by The General

    Why does that remind me of South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut"?



    I think you are refering to this song?



    I Can Change

    Saddam Hussein



    Some people say that I'm a bad guy

    They may be right

    They may be right

    But it's not as if I don't try

    I just **** up

    Try as I might



    But I can change, I can change

    I can learn to keep my promises

    I swear it.

    I'll open up my heart

    And I will share it

    Any minute now

    I will be born again



    Yes, I can change, I can change

    I know I've been a dirty little bastard

    I like to kill, I like to maim

    Yes, I'm insane, but it's OK

    Cause I can change



    It's not my fault that I'm so evil

    It's society, society

    You see my parents were sometimes abusive

    And it made a prick of me



    But I can change, I can change

    I can learn to keep my promises

    I know it.

    I'll open up my heart

    And I will show it

    Any minute now

    I will be born again



    Satan The Dark Prince:

    But what if you never change?

    What if you remain a sandy little butt-hole?



    Saddam Hussein:

    Hey Satan

    Don't be such a twit

    Mother Theresa won't have shit on me.



    Just watch

    Just watch me change

    Here I go I'm changing



    Hey Satan!
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