December 13, 2006

Jerry's Ink

Is It A Joint? Or Is It Part Of A Jewish Plot Against Crazy Mel?

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It can't be seen by the naked eye. But go on the Apple website and check out the movie teaser trailer for Apocalypto, Mel Gibson's new gory and disturbing movie:


At first it looks like an ordinary piece of hype, tripe, movie trailer. But no, kiddies, because hidden on the tape, with all its scary music and pounding drum sounds and quick blurry cuts, is a single frame — invisible to the eye no matter how many times you play it. But if you pause the tape and go frame by frame . . .

At 1 minute, 46 seconds into the trailer you see the photo that is being exclusively shown here at The Independent. I'm not talking about East End exclusive; I'm talking about world exclusive. Eat your heart out People magazine — you can't publish this picture without asking permission from The Independent. Same goes for all the other newspapers in the world.

So let's look at the picture — is that a joint in Mel's mouth or a cigarette? Look at Mel's shiny eyes. Look at the silly expression on his face. Can you imagine him thinking, "I don't care if the Mars candy family might have changed their name from Marcowitz and may be orthodox Jews, they make Snickers candy and I have this desire to eat a dozen Snickers. I MUST HAVE SNICKERS OR I WILL DIE . . . THEN I WANT POTATO CHIPS AND YANKEE DOODLES AND M&Ms"?

Some (his publicist) will say it's a cigarette. I vote it's a joint.

So who put it there? Clearly an enemy of Mel who wants to hurt him. But that leads me to my number one suspect, Mel himself. What better way to get even with yourself for being such a schmuck than to sabotage your own movie trailer with a picture of yourself with a joint in your mouth? Take it from me, Mel, you look better with a joint in your mouth than your usual foot in your mouth.


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