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THE MOORE THE TERRIER

Outspoken Bowling for Columbine filmmaker Michael Moore — whose anti-Dubya tirade at Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony led my grandmother to conclude, "That man is not playing with a full deck" — has apparently decided to make a career out of bashing the Bushes. In an interview with Variety, Moore reveals that his next documentary, Fahrenheit 911, will trace "what has happened to the country since Sept. 11, and how the Bush administration used this tragic event to push its agenda." Moore — who will be a guest on tonight's Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO, 11:30 pm/ET) — says the film will also explore the murky relationship between George Bush Sr. and the family of Osama bin Laden.

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Outspoken Bowling for Columbine filmmaker Michael Moore — whose anti-Dubya tirade at Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony led my grandmother to conclude, "That man is not playing with a full deck" — has apparently decided to make a career out of bashing the Bushes. In an interview with Variety, Moore reveals that his next documentary, Fahrenheit 911, will trace "what has happened to the country since Sept. 11, and how the Bush administration used this tragic event to push its agenda." Moore — who will be a guest on tonight's Real Time with Bill Maher (HBO, 11:30 pm/ET) — says the film will also explore the murky relationship between George Bush Sr. and the family of Osama bin Laden.