Friday, December 19, 2014

Obama Scolds Sony Pictures for Canceling The Interview Screenings

Posted By on Fri, Dec 19, 2014 at 7:47 PM

It's not a question of whether President Barack Obama was anxiously waiting to watch the new Seth Rogen and James Franco film, The Interview, or not. He's just disappointed Sony Pictures decided to pull the action/comedy over threats coming from North Korea. They let Kim Jong-un win without putting up a fight. 

In his end of the year address, Obama said Sony had made a mistake. "I wish they would have spoken to me first," he said. But the Sony execs were really peeing in their panties, and they defended the action saying they had no other choice but to cancel the premier and any other screenings. Also, some major cinematic chains had already said they weren't willing to show the flick, etc., etc.

So, these guys, with all their dick, weed and killing Kim Jong-un jokes, may unravel a North Korean NUCLEAR WARFARE on U.S. soil.

I'm not too paranoid about that. Still, the pair must be smoking a bowl, proud to see the shit show they've created.

Our lives are in danger because of these dudes:


Obviously, that guy has no sense of humor.


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