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Jesus, you people are THICK.

You do realize Colbert is a COMEDIAN, right? RIGHT?

[What a riot! Thanks for making me laugh. Of course he's a comedian. How could anyone believe otherwise (or believe that me, of all people) would think otherwise?

...you so THICK you have your own zip code!]


That Colbert person is incredibly ignorant and extremely disrespectful. After watching that clip it is quite clear that the only reason he hosted Schlosser was to speak over him and just make completely ridiculous comments that would dissuade the audience from even seeing the film. The fact that Colbert stated that he would not see the film demonstrates how close-minded he obviously is. Kudos to Schlosser for remaining calm and maintaining his dignity that Colbert was so crudely trying to diminish.

[One of has past guests has noted that the first thing Stephen does is meet them backstage and say: "You know the drill, don't you? I play an idiot."

Heather, it's all satire and most long-term watchers know this. He's doing a parody of a self-absorbed, obnoxious, egotistical, and maniacal right-wing conservative. Pollen knew this and was laughing along with the overall gag.

Thanks for your note, though. Best regards, Mark


Thanks for posting the link for Food, Inc., coming out in theaters June 12, in San Francisco, New York City, and Los Angeles(other play dates available here: http://www.magpictures.com/dates.aspx?id=3e3938d1-b785-4286-9ae0-8eb5952f1480)! You can watch the trailer here:


There is also a book companion to the movie, Food, Inc. available at Amazon.com. The book explores topics that were discussed in the movie, such as the industrialization of our food supply and the benefits of local and organic eating. Food experts including Marion Nestle, Eric Schlosser, Michael Pollan, and Anna Lappé, take these topics to another level through thirteen fascinating essays, some of which have been written especially for this book. Check it out!

Shannon Matloob
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