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01/17/2006

Wrappin' up the Globes as only 'WorldNet' can

by Jeremy Hooper

From the not-so-gay-friendly news source, WorldNetDaily:

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Be sure to look for other WorldNet Globe post-mortems throughout the day, where we hear they'll follow their story on Walk the Line's win with a biting commentary on the "rape of the Man in the Black," secret country-western agenda behind the Cash biopic; trail their story congratulating Sandra Oh with an expose on the "pro-hip doctor" vibe behind "Grey's Anatomy;" and run a story mentioning Rachel Weisz's "Best Supporting Actress" triumph, then immediately print a meticulous expose into the actress' "rape of the pronunciation of the letter 'W.'

*RELATED: 'B'back' boys nab four Globes, secretly pine for Oscar [G-A-Y]

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