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    Re: Shoe attack on Bush shoe thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by MyOwnDrum View Post
    I'm wondering whether the shoe thrower will serve any time in jail.

    I must say, it looks like this journalist ultimately benefited career wise from throwing a shoe at Bush. Now he's a big shot who gives press conferences in Paris!
    Of course it's paris. Who could possibly hate americans or america more than the french? Me, I'd rather spend a weekend in Paris Arkansas. The folks are much nicer.
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    Re: Shoe attack on Bush shoe thrower

    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    It is ironic. That's the part I love about this story. Now, I'm wondering if this incident will get the same endless coverage as the original one.
    I bet not, but it would be funny to see the shown throwing again and again.

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    Re: Shoe attack on Bush shoe thrower

    If the guy who threw it had better aim he would have nailed him....
    He really didn't have to dodge.....
    Someone should introduce him to an American custom, ie. a shoe up his 888 with a foot attached....

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    Re: Shoe attack on Bush shoe thrower

    And in Paris nonetheless.
    Pure awesomeness.
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