Says Sicko film reflects Moore’s fears of future self
July 2, 2007
Google executive Lauren Turner ripped Michael Moore’s film “Sicko” in a blog last Friday, saying Moore’s attacks were merely an attempt to get his health insurance premiums reduced.
Citing notes from Moore’s psychiatrists that were recently converted for Google’s non-copyright protected “iGoog Books of the Future” segment, she outlined fears that Moore shared with his psychiatrist that he was going to get sicker as he gets older and more obese. Reportedly his fear of healthcare has him skipping physicals and his belief that things are better in China and Cuba has him eating only imported food. When he finally decided to get a blood test (“just for fun,” he said) he was stunned to learn that there are high amounts of melamine, asbestos and antifreeze in his system.
Media sources verified that Moore’s health insurance premiums skyrocketed after insurers confirmed that he eats un-inspected foreign food, is overweight, doesn’t exercise and passed the 50 year old mark. They were also wary of his future health condition when they discovered that his penchant for Chinese food didn’t mean local US restaurants.
Using a Google Beta version of an unreleased search engine, the Google executive found memo’s in Moore’s sock drawer that outlined his plan to produce the film Sicko in an effort to brow beat his medical insurance company into reducing the premium that they charge him.
Turner found the sock drawer memo’s in a “Moore for Less” folder as she prepared her Health Advertising blog. Her blog entry, titled “Does negative press make you Sicko?,” suggested that companies who disagree with Moore and feel the premiums charged him are fair should fight back with advertisements on Google.
Moore supporters filleted Turner by posting “Google caves in to insurers” and “Moore is just a pudgy guy” on their blogs.
Moore refused to comment other than to say he’d expose Google in an upcoming film called, “Gog and iGoog, the coming Anti Christ”.
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