May 13, 2006

So Much For a Picnic...

It is cold and rain is forecast here in Chicago today so I might rent a movie.

I heard
Kung Fu Hustle (nice trailer) was good, but AG Gonzalez told me not to watch it saying that "it was a very disturbing story about a town ruled by lawful gangs battling ungrateful peasants and an unlikely hero," that made him "think of me!"

Any recommendations?


Anonymous Dr Jay said...


Dear Good Heart,

My goodness yes Sir, watch that movie "RED DAWN" because brother, if we don't get after this insane mess in our country, (neo-con/trotskyite/zionist/bankster/CIA/nazi) takeover, nothing much will matter after if they are ALLOWED to pull of another 911 type Event and these will be the days in this movie.

We all hoped that the walks and talks like a Rat Rove would have received his invitation to come speak to a REAL court about his illegal activities yesterday.

Alas, no announcement but we did find this thank you:

Surly you are lining the ducks up neatly and in preciseness for a strong case. Thank you.

All we are asking is that you please hurry and decapitate the head of the snake to give us time to waken the rest of the country to ALL the insanity and then, DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.

In the effort to bring us all onto the same page (strength in numbers); here are the two best places to listen to the Streaming Truth all day during the week and Saturdays too!

For all week and Saturdays:
(The General and Special Forces are here on Sat)

Here is the Alex and Powerhour shows link. Good AM Daily Intel:

The light of truth must shine now as never before. There is a real chance to save this country if EVERYONE gets on board and activates to do their part in the world effort to save our children’s future. Time is ticking and they are scared. Very dangerous wounded animal in the corner--I was taught to be Cautious!

God speed Oh Holy Man of the Law.

Dr Jay

12:09 PM  
Anonymous Jesus of Baltimore said...


Dr. Jay, you forgot socialists, rednecks, KKK, militant uncle Tom's, satanic Fox News readers and evil soccer moms!

12:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"it was a very frightening story about a town ruled by lawful gangs battling ungrateful peasants with an unlikely hero."

Pat-Rick PUG from FlatBush

The gang in DC is no different than the illeg--one in IL that you are working on.The are white collar and affect a lot more people--and countries.

You have become a household Name--for sure in DC by just doing your job. Stay HUMBLE--Your upside is incredible.

Im sure your family is VERY proud of you.So you and your staff keep on keeping on.

I still believe that before all the investigations are finished,youe Boss AG will be looked ay very closely.

Karl "Christian" Rove must be at least a little grateful to you that you didnt "SLAMMER" him just before Mothers day weekend.

Just knew your heart is in the right place.

12:30 PM  
Anonymous fran said...

Something with David vs Goliath in it lol

12:49 PM  
Blogger c said...

Just watch something that makes you laugh and have a great weekend.

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Something to make you laugh? "Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle"

1:13 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

I saw that and loved it!

How about something romantic for my lady friend?

1:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Romance, when will men ever learn, indoor picnic candles and wine ...

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Chicagoan said...

Look on the bright side - it's not actually raining and it's too cold for mosquitoes.

1:40 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

I got a great one- Rent the movie "The New World".

This is in an excellent true story about the epilogue of adventure in the year 1607.

Its actually based on the life story of John Smith and Pocahontas. It is much deeper and involving than the Disney spinoff.

Its also a fairly long movie and deeply enthralling! Your lady friend will enjoy it alot, and its great for a relaxing night.

Other movie I'd reccomend that they probably haven't mentioned is Match Point.

Its an intriguing drama about a professional Tennis star and has lots of twists & turns. Good break away movie for tennis or woody allen fans.

2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


"Annie Hall."

2:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just tell her how wonderful she is ...thats my advice..she already knows how wonderful you are..have a nice week end
you match...

3:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PJF: "Moonstruck".

3:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Turner Classic Movie Station,
(TCM) Are running some of the old time greats with Bet Davis. (Nice to snuggle to)
Thanks for all that you are doing, you are a ray of sunshine on a gloomy day.

3:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An oldie but goodie: Continental Divide

3:39 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Far and's got Tom Cruise
when he was more normal and Nicole
Kidman when they were more than friends, but it's a great Irish love story! with a little poetic justice!

4:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hello Folks,
I was in a seminar all day today. I giess I missed out. I guess the topic is what movie that Fitz should rent for a lady friend... Hmmm... I would say the romantic movies that my lady friend enjoys are "Somewhere in Time," "Love Story," "The Notebook," and "The Way We Were." She gets teary eyes on thos romantic movies.. So course, I have to go with the flow. And far as a movie for yourself: "The Fast and the Furious" or "Shark Tale."

8:51 PM  
Blogger No Blood for Hubris said...

Kung Fu Hustle is not disturbing. It's very funny.

9:23 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I think you'd like Cinderella man I thought it was great. My Dad was a prize fighter so I got to see alot of boxing when I was young and old. He somewhat forced me as he had no sons.

12:25 AM  
Blogger bluewild said...

What's very funny and romantic too in a screwball way is a very old movie with Cary Grant and Kate Hepburn called Bringing Up Baby. Rear Window is excellent too. North by Northwest - too! I'm not as old as I sound but the scripts/stories were richer then and more romantic.

1:12 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Well Fitz now that you have a lady in your life its time for me to take that back seat. I don't have to be told twice that two's company three's a crowd. I hope she is someone that I would have liked you and be happy. I'll past my job as designer to the Proscutor and advice to the new lady in your life. Best of everything for you both.

2:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Absolutely fantastic movie...

First movie I see in 6 month. Very funny..

12:33 PM  
Anonymous Trittydi said...

Kung Fu Hustle is fun - Remember - AGG is a republican and they don't have a sense of humor - he wouldn't know.

This is late I know - but for romance - I think "the Last of the Mohicans" is one of the best love stories I've ever seen - and it's a good drama as well. She'll swoon.

Another movie you might BOTH like is "Pelican Brief" - great, great, great movie.

And yet one more needs to be mentioned that guys and gals might both like - "In the Heat of the Night." A fabulous classic.

2:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I bet your lady friend is an intellectual or at least smart. If you can stay awake through almost all dialogue (in subtitles), try the French trilogy, Blue, White, and Red:

or at least Red of the three. Or, try the 1993 adaptation of Zola's novel, "Germinal."

10:42 PM  
Blogger Trittydi said...

The French trilogy Red, Blue and White was designed to match their national colors - loved Red and Blue - had trouble watching White - too painful - I'm not comfortable with cruelty.

So on to foreign films - I'll bet Fitz is well acquainted with the fabulious "Z". I've often found myself thinking of this movie in the last several months - specifically because of Fitz. True story of a courageous prosecutor who - despite all odds - pulls off an impossible indictment in a rabid political situation and then the painful ending . . . .

I can't help worrying. I know what they would like to do. I hope to high heaven nothing ever happens. But -- they are the Bushes.

12:41 AM  

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