Saturday, March 29

I had not planned on winning an Academy Award for "Bowling for Columbine" ..., and so I had no speech prepared. I'm not much of a speech-preparer anyway. ... I spoke of the need for nonfiction films when we live in such fictitious times. We have a fictitious president who was elected with fictitious election results. He is now conducting a war for a fictitious reason (the claim that Saddam Hussein has stockpiles of weapons of mass destruction when in fact we are there to get the world's second-largest supply of oil). Viva Michael.