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More than 100 protesters chanted "war criminal" and flung shoes in Calgary on Tuesday, angry that former U.S. President George W. Bush was in the Cana...
5. Obliged to lend his tootsies, at will, to any charitable Foot Fetish Galas (expected to show up in formal leather choker, spiked armlets and chain-link leash).
A shoe monument was put up yesterday in Tikrit, Iraq, to honor the journalist who threw his own shoes at former President Bush last month.
The web changed forever the moment that Iraqi journalist threw his shoes at President Bush. Or at least it changed for two or three days as the animated gifs and games flooded the Internet.
The trial of the Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President Bush was postponed on Tuesday. They are trying to decide whether to charge him with assaulting or just insulting Bush.
Though President Bush adroitly ducked the projectile shoe, his legacy was most assuredly assassinated by a pair of oxfords.
In the Netherlands as it is customary, if shoes are properly placed out for Santa and filled with the goodies he enjoys most, I'm certain he'd fill all of them, big or small.
Dec. 19 (Bloomberg) -- The shoe hurled at President George W. Bush has sent sales soaring at the Turkish maker as orders pour in from Iraq, the U.S. a...
"Morning Joe" co-host Willie Geist delivered his top five stories of the week Friday. His most ridiculous stories of the week:
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It is a pity that more American journalists have not appreciated the heroism of Muntadir al-Zaidi, the way he spoke for us as well as for them when he threw his shoes at Bush.
2009 will be the year of the shoe. Within weeks, somewhere in Europe, disgruntled students will pour into the streets, remove their old sneakers and hurl them at the powers that be.
World Editorial Roundup for December 16, 2008.
Hey, keep your shoes on! Just because Obama's in office, that doesn't mean journalism is going to be okay! Is the media business model still collapsin...
The world wide eruption of support for shoe-throwing Iraqi journalist Muntadhar al-Zaidi continues. Demonstrations throughout the Middle East. All kin...
A physical assault on President Bush failed to knock the Obama taint meme out of the cable news roundelay of hackery. They're visibly reacting -- knee-jerking and overcompensating, really, to eight years of chronic narcolepsy.
The blend of shock, incredulity, and stomach cramps I felt when I watched the first 30 seconds of the Barney Christmas video I will not soon forget.
Face it, we've all thrown things at Bush. How many times during one of his inane speeches have you, me, I, us, We, the People, hurled objects at the TV, from obscenities to the remote?
It seems to be emerging as an accepted fact that the reporter who threw both his shoes at Bush this weekend had specific ideological connections to Saddam Hussein and/or the Ba'ath Party.
The security organization took a preemptive position, requiring that all bloggers and journalists would be required to remove their shoes before entering secure zones.
It should be noted that there were at least 30 or 40 other pairs of Arab shoes in the press conference that were not thrown. In fact, many of the Iraqi reporters tried to stop the "shoe insurgent."
In support of Mr. al-Zeidi, I urge you to go to Throw My Shoes Too! and put up a picture of your own.
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