Conor “Pee Wee Herman” Friedersdorf Exposes Himself To Female At Palin Film Showing
Interesting that worthless boy hack Conor with one N Friedersdorf once sold himself as of the Right to advance his writing career but can't bring himself to write anything serious about the significant events playing out in Washington right now, let alone be critical of Obama. Of course, he was never going to make it on talent, or intellect. That's been obvious since his initial colossal failure at Culture whatever it was.
When it comes to Hollywood, second rate actors and actresses sell themselves with more integrity than does this mutt Conor with one N. And now, he's gone to the movies to see The Undefeated. I followed up with some research to see precisely what our little nut-less wonder did to write his hit piece.
Sarah Palin Movie Debuts to Empty Theater in Orange County
When the clock struck 12:01 am today, AMC theaters in select cities were permitted to start showing "The Undefeated," a feature length documentary about Sarah Palin. As it happens, I'm visiting my parents in Orange County, Calif., home to one of just 10 theaters where the film is being rolled out. Watching it didn't interest me so much as going to interview folks who decided to attend. I figured I'd meet some nice people, perhaps run into someone who knows my grandparents, press five or six Palin fans on why they like her, and convey their worldview. It's my experience that the grassroots doesn't fit the caricature of its champions or its detractors.
In the parking lot of The Block, an outdoor mall in the City of Orange, I worried that arriving 45 minutes early was cutting it too close: it took 20 minutes to find parking, and folks were lining up scores deep outside the theater box office. Our airport is named after John Wayne. Ronald Reagan remains a hero to many. Even Richard Nixon's association with this place is treated as a point of pride. When I was growing up here, a local hotel broadcast the Rush Limbaugh program everyday in its restaurant. I should ha'veknown there'd be a big turnout, I thought.
Here are the appropriate theater listings via The Undefeated site. Keep in mind, The Undefeated only opens today, July 15th. The new Harry Potter movie is showing on a few screens at the pertinent multi-plex, including multiple showings at midnight and later. Down below are the show times listed for The Undefeated. I called a contact linked to promoting The Undefeated, they didn't even advertise the 12:45 AM showing, saying, basically the theater was probably just keeping all screens open only because of the Harry Potter opening, so it likely ran given the release date. But, who cares?
Well, Conor with one N, of course, along with some clown from the Hill - who also looks like he might one day be caught wearing a trench coat in a movie theater ala Pee Wee Herman, btw.
BUY TICKETS – 10:15am, 1:10pm, 4:05pm, 7:00pm, 9:55pm, 12:45am
Given Sarah Palin's advocacy of common sense Conservatism, is it really surprising that an un-advertised throw away screening at 12:45 am in a multi-screen theater with multiple opening night screenings of the new Harry Potter movie might not be their preferred showing? Duh!
So, this numb-nuts Friedersdorf, while visiting his grandparents, heads out at 12:45 AM on, technically speaking, an un-advertised first extremely early morning showing of The Undefeated to write a hit piece on it. And he does that while the nation is trillions in debt leading to the on going monumental debates and events playing out in DC, of which he can't manage a single thought. What's amazing is that the Atlantic would even take Conor with one N seriously. They must have been truly desperate to find a false flag conservative and alleged pundit.
Given that the Atlantic also has a negative review of The Undefeated up by a Robert Levin at the same time, I'm assuming at least Conor with one N appears to have had a date for the evening.
That's good. I'd hate to have to think of poor Conor with one N sitting there alone in a dark theater, Pee Wee Herman-like in a trench coat, before exposing himself to some young girl by asking stupid questions. But then, I guess it's a living, provided one is a false flag conservative, incapable of anything else interesting, let alone anything substantive, read-able, or otherwise much worth reading.
"We looked online for the latest movie playing," Jessie added. "But all the Harry Potters were sold out, and then we saw 'The Undeafeated.' We don't even actually know what we're seeing."
"Well welcome to California," I said. "You're about to see a documentary about Sarah Palin."
"Oh, really?" they said, and started giggling again. I think they were expecting an action flick. When I returned to my seat, I thought maybe I'd talk to them after the movie, and get the perspective of two people who went in with no expectations. But they only lasted 20 minutes before walking out.