Michael Moore’s “Farenheit 9/11″ won the People’s Choice award last night for “Favorite Motion Picture,” amid — not making this up — accusations of voter fraud, since changes in how the winners are selected “has led to a less scientific determination of the people’s favorites, as overzealous fans could vote for their personal preferences more than once.” (We’re very curious about the “scientific determination” of people’s favorites and imagine that it involves an electro-psychometer.) Strangely, Mel Gibson totally swept the Iraqi People’s Choice Awards…
April 18, 2014
Controversy at the People’s Choice Awards
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