Have to give credit where credit is due: Bush was certainly on his feet in dodging those shoes.
--The_Lex Mon Dec 15 11:04:13 2008
Yeah, I think this was posted with the subject "when did Bush become a Ninja"
--Kirk Mon Dec 15 12:06:21 2008
If you look out of the corner of your eye, it does look like Bush is trying to use the force or something to stop the second shoe.
I kind of wonder if all his PR dodging, weaving around questions and other skullduggery helped him become more physically agile, too.
--The_Lex Mon Dec 15 13:00:24 2008
It occurs to me that he'd probably been trained by the Secret Service not to catch anything thrown at him, so he might've been given the occasional lesson in ducking. That'd be a funny thing to see in person.
This is a demonstration of the strength of our ideas. Nobody throws shoes at Saddam, just like nobody sat down in front of German tractors.
--LAN3 Mon Dec 15 16:04:08 2008
would a shoe be a massive weapon ?
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