Update on Academy Awards 2010 Reveals Inadvertent Omission of Oscar for Best Green Theme Song to "Neytiri Sings AVATAR."·
Editor and Washington Bureau Drawer Chief at PoliSat.Com.
March 9, 2010--
An update on the 2010 Academy Awards reveals the inadvertent omission of several Oscars for AVATAR, including the Oscar for Best Green Theme Song going to "Neytiri Sings AVATAR," and the Oscar for Best Green Actress in Blue going to Neytiri, whose role in AVATAR has catapulted her into the role of global icon for the Green Movement as "GAIA Minister Neytiri," but there were even more omissions. Here is a list and links to information about all the omissions:
Oscars for Best Makeup and Best Male Actor Playing a Female go to Na'vig'or'em'orp'hs, best illustrated by this video showing the transition from "after" to "before" makeup. Best supporting cast goes to Na'vi-Wan'n'ab'es. Best Supporting Antagonist goes to Sen. James Inhoffe. Best Documentary goes to "We Can't Control Nature," produced by Big Fur Hat., a sequel to an earlier docu-drama about the struggle of big-city couple struggling to make it after moving to a farm. Best Na'vi Martial-Arts Kick goes to Neytiri.
Best Movie Made to Save the Planet from Evil Humans goes to "Neytiri Speaks for GAIA." Best Loin-Cloth goes to Na'vi'Sho'werP'e'eper. Best Breasts Award goes to Neytiri Stand-In from Pandora named Ne'ytiri'm'or'phto'ag.
Best Costume Designer goes
to Na'vi'Nu'd'esR'Us. Best Extra-Terrestrial
Body/Tail-Design goes to Na'vi'Ta'ils'R'Us. Best Tail
goes went to Ashley
Dupre. Best TailGater goes to Eliot
Best Obama Anthem goes to Beck. Second Best Obama Anthem Award goes to PoliSat.Com for "Obama Can Thou See?" Best Limerick About the Coffee Party, USA, goes to GAIA Minister Neytiri. Best Religious Revival Film goes to "The Child and Messiah." Second Best Religious Revival film goes to Obamessiah.
Award for Best Explanation of ACORN's Lobbying Tactics tactics to persuade Senators and Representatives to enact legislation favoring ACORN. This sentence is here solely to increase the vertical space between this paragraph and the following paragraph in order to prevent the position-right image above from conflicting with the position-left YouTube video below. Of course, this type of "filler" is not radically different from filler routinely included various media organs.
Well, it looks like there's a need for a couple more sentences of filler so the text below can format-left rather than wrapping around the video image above. What's below was written in response to solicitation of suggestions for more effective lobbying strategies to be employed by ACORN:
asked for some agit-prop signs
to help get our Congress in line
to give us more cash
to picket and bash
the banks that won't lend us a dime.
However, the problem, my dear,
is leaders we've bought are in fear
that they will be bashed
for voting more cash
before the election this year.
'Til then we must not display signs
in ways that might serve to remind
the tea-bagging mob
we're doing our job.
'Til then we'll be biding our time.
Rembember, in darkest of hours
with earnest persuasion we shower
the leaders we own,
but then if they don't
play ball, use persuasion of power.
To lobby our leaders ain't scratched--
We still can play ball with a batch
by paying a call
to give 'em some balls
with ACORN-brand autographed bats.
And what from such acts will ensue?
The message such acts will imbue
in those we give balls
and bats above all?
"Remember, We're thinking of you."
To strengthen the message they'll see
inscribed on the bats there will be
for extra precision
a second inscription
below it: "You know what we mean?"
So here is the prop you requested
for ACORN's resources invested
in ways most efficient
to make the condition
for leaders to vote as requested.
--GAIA Minister Neytiri [go here]
--Jim Wrenn, Editor at PoliSat.Com (PoliticalXray.Com).
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