(Rush meets with some Washington fat cats.)
Finally, a producer knows what I want to see on film: the story of how Rush Limbaugh learned to haltingly force words past his neck wattle (maybe George Lucas could direct?). Writer/producer James Sclafani (a democrat) has bought the rights to the unauthorized biography The Rush Limbaugh Story: Talent on Loan from God. He plans to turn it into a biopic that he calls a “close cousin” to Oliver Stone’s W. Jeez, dude, this isn’t sounding any better. Quick, add “in the style of The 300.” Voila, perfect pitch.
“This is Citizen Kane meets Private Parts, where you have a man who always had trouble relating to people in the outside world, but does it effortlessly in the booth,” [hehehe -Ed.] said Sclafani, adding that Limbaugh is the proverbial [literal] fat kid, ignored in high school, and determined to prove everyone they were wrong about him. “There’s this anecdote about a game of spin the bottle in high school. The bottle pointed at him, and the pretty girl who was supposed to kiss him ran away, and that stayed with him,” Sclafani said. “When he came up in radio, he was culturally opposed to everything happening in the 60s and 70s, and all this left him with something to prove. He is an underdog, and became an extremely determined person with something to prove.” [Deadline]
He proved them wrong later by earning huge piles of cash, turning the pretty girls into Dominican boy prostitutes, and filling the bottles with Oxycontin. They still ran away, but with enough drugs, he could catch them. Anyway, this sounds terrible. If I wanted to learn how one becomes a fat, hateful, A-hole, I’d remind myself how I became a blogger.
I want more like this!
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