Skip to comments.“Borat” star talks his way into Alabama National Guard
Posted on 03/18/2009 9:09:31 PM PDT by slomark
[photo: Borat and 5 bikini wearing women]
Sacha Baron Cohen, best known for playing Borat, has done it again. This time he talked his way onto an Alabama National Guard base by posing as the producer of a German documentary.
Cohen was eventually busted after being recognized by a cadet.
Its an embarrassment to the Alabama National Guard, said Staff Sgt Katrina Timmons. Since then we have put in protocols to make sure this doesnt happen again.
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That clown is funny. His movie sucked. But he’s funny.
He gets his laughs by winning the trust of people and then betraying them.
I wish they'd put him in a federal pen for a while for trespassing on a military installation. Let's see how funny he can make that.
Then we can let him out and say, “Oh, you weren't really incarcerated. We were just making a move. Har, har.”
He’s funny the same way that andy kaufman was funny. He tries to make people hate him.
Big deal. The Kenyan talked his way into the Presidency.
Saw it last night. The scenes where he signs up for some sort of faux boot camp experience with the Alabama National Guard are pretty funny. The drill instructors scream at him and he keeps saying “yes mein fuhrer.” They ask him about the sparkly belt he added to his uniform and he says “Dolce & Gabbana...Hello?” Amusing stuff.
I liked Borat, myself.
What’s interesting is that the gays are even more upset about Bruno, probably because it actually has some elements of truth about them.
Well the general accusation against homophobes is that they think all homosexuals want to have sex with straight people which the gay community insists isn’t the case. So Hollywood presents us with...a gay guy who wants to have sex with everybody.
The parts of the movie like the national guard and going hunting while he was trying to be straight were the funniest parts of the movie.
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