Sunday, January 29, 2006

One of my friends opposed Arnold Schwarzenegger's run for Governor of California saying that he didn't have political experience. Apparently, only politicians were able to enter politics.

I wonder what her reaction will be when she reads this story. Micheal Douglas, who at his peak earning power got more money per movie than many Third World nations' GNP, is attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland.

"Douglas won a best-actor Oscar for his role in 1987's `Wall Street.' He also has starred in `Fatal Attraction,' `Traffic' and `Wonder Boys,' among other films," the article says. I wonder which role qualified him to participate in a World Economic Forum?

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2 Comments:

Blogger Orikinla Osinachi. said...

All he needs is a good heart for global issues and they need his endorsements. His public image is highly beneficial. He will attract more ignorant Americans to the global agenda of the forum.

8:25 AM  
Blogger Dr.John said...

If you have more money than a third world nation you need to attend an economic conference. The less qualified, the greater the need.

10:02 AM  

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