Saturday, August 19, 2006

In your Sunday Irae Magazine this week

Mel Gibson, the shy genius behind Gallipoli, Braveheart, The Patriot, and the Passion of the Christ, finally speaks out…


The English

– are they all Jews?

8 comments:

R. Sherman said...

OK, so I come to the office to get some work done, and hit the blogosphere to delay the process, and I see this.

Short and to the point.

Well done.

Cheers.

Desargues said...

If what I know could kill me, then I rest assured. A dilettante without being a specialist, I guess I'll only get slightly hurt. My knowledge of English is also rather approximate, so that can't kill me either. A few minor wounds is all I'm likely to get.

Sam, Problem-Child-Bride said...

All the Mormons are English. So they say. In fact I think you have to prove British ancestry to be one.

Ivan the Terrible said...

Thanks, Randall - somehow it seemed like the perfect storm for Mel.

Nicely put, Des. But on that score, we'll all emerge with mere fleshwounds, if not just a broken nail and mussed hair.

Don't mention the Mormons to Mel, Sam. Soppy old pussy cat that he is re Englishmen and Jews, apparently he has been known to get quite intemperate on the subject of Mormons. That whole "British ancestry" thing probably doesn't help any...

Gorilla Bananas said...

Didn't Mel once play a simpleton called Tim? That may explain a lot. Braveheart was no gorilla, incidently, it's just the way he combed his hair.

Ivan the Terrible said...

Not much acting required, eh, GB?

Foot Eater said...

My real name's Tim, GB, so I don't quite know what you're insinuating.

James said...

You should check out British Israelism. It will put all your doubts to rest...