Tell Me About The Rabbits, George

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I have a suggestion for the folks in Hollywood. It’s time to remakeOf Mice and Men with women cast as Lenny and George. Now she’s no Lon Chaney Jr. or John Malkovich, but Christine O’Donnell’s been trying out for the part of Lenny for years. Check out some ofher zanier comments on stem cell research:

O’Donnell appeared in 2007 onThe O’Reilly Factor, to speak out against such research in response to the cloning of some monkeys. Then came her warning on human-mouse hybrids.

“They are — they are doing that here in the United States.
American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and
coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they’re
already into this experiment.”

The mice men are coming; the mice men are coming. This whole thing could explain Mickey, Minnie and Mighty. They all have brains and can speak. Oh wait a minute, they’re fictional. Never mind.

Anyone have a casting suggestion for a female winger to play George or is that Georgette? Maybe they should cast against political type and bring in Satan’s Botoxed Handmaiden aka Lady Ariana of Huffington. Nah, George is supposed to be nice, which now that I think of it rhymes with mice…

The mice men are coming. The mice men are coming.

Squeak.

3 thoughts on “Tell Me About The Rabbits, George

  1. Tommy T says:

    Pinky: Gee, Brain, what do you want to do tonight?
    Brain: The same thing we do every night, Pinky – run for Senator!
    Tommy

  2. pansypoo says:

    so much for the rebirth of the enlightenment.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    Why I grew up watching talking mice on TV. Mighty Mouse, Mickey Mouse, and I love Pinky and the Brain.
    I shudder to think that South Park’s episode, where a mouse was used to clone a new Body part for Mrs. Garrison, was inspired by O’Donnell.
    And I’m waiting for her to announce that a T-Rex was spotted destroying a city in California a la Jurssic Park.

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