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DAILY NEWS: Online Election Entertainment; "Last Party" Online

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire November 6, 2000 at 2:0AM

DAILY NEWS: Online Election Entertainment; "Last Party" Onlineby Eugene Hernandez and Jeffrey M. Barker/indieWIRE>> Undecided Voters Can Look to Internet Film(indieWIRE/ 11.7.00) -- So, you haven't yet flipped the coin and decidedbetween Bush and Gore? In this new age of technology, let the Internet help you to decide which is the lesser of two evils. There is a wealth ofinformation and political commentary available about Bore and Dubyaon the WWW -- named after the Texan and invented by our VP!The visionaries who brought the Elian Gonzales Whassup! parody to the Webare back with a look at the man who invented the Internet, Al Gore. AtBonrop.net, we see that our vice-president was also the first man to walk onthe moon and that he played that wicked version of the national anthem atWoodstock.JibJab.com reveals the true colors of the two major candidates on "SoundBytes." That show takes the most important and poignant parts of theirspeeches and packages them together for a quick rundown of their interests. For Gore,it's big tobacco, the HMOs, pharmaceutical companies. George W. apparentlypromises to learn to read a Dr. Seuss book. I must have missed that debate.JibJab also has a little Hillary info for Big Apple voters.It's tough to get past the "Romp Girls" at Romp.com, But try to click the"animation" button before the jpegs load. The male-oriented site features"Bill & Ted" -- minus Keanu Reeves. Instead, it's Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy. In the latest episode, W and Gore come over to party and today's choice is made very clear.On Television.com, the two candidates visit Joe K. Citizen's house andbarbeque for the family, hoping to win their votes. Donald Trump makes aspecial appearance and cleans the bathroom.IFILM has devoted a piece of its site to political content. They've got a1973 look at Bush and a promotional piece from The Simpsons
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DAILY NEWS: Online Election Entertainment; "Last Party" Online




by Eugene Hernandez and Jeffrey M. Barker/indieWIRE



>> Undecided Voters Can Look to Internet Film


(indieWIRE/ 11.7.00) -- So, you haven't yet flipped the coin and decided
between Bush and Gore? In this new age of technology, let the Internet help you to decide which is the lesser of two evils. There is a wealth of
information and political commentary available about Bore and Dubya
on the WWW -- named after the Texan and invented by our VP!


The visionaries who brought the Elian Gonzales Whassup! parody to the Web
are back with a look at the man who invented the Internet, Al Gore. At
Bonrop.net, we see that our vice-president was also the first man to walk on
the moon and that he played that wicked version of the national anthem at
Woodstock.


JibJab.com reveals the true colors of the two major candidates on "Sound
Bytes
." That show takes the most important and poignant parts of their
speeches and packages them together for a quick rundown of their interests. For Gore,
it's big tobacco, the HMOs, pharmaceutical companies. George W. apparently
promises to learn to read a Dr. Seuss book. I must have missed that debate.
JibJab also has a little Hillary info for Big Apple voters.


It's tough to get past the "Romp Girls" at Romp.com, But try to click the
"animation" button before the jpegs load. The male-oriented site features
"Bill & Ted" -- minus Keanu Reeves. Instead, it's Bill Clinton and Ted Kennedy. In the latest episode, W and Gore come over to party and today's choice is made very clear.


On Television.com, the two candidates visit Joe K. Citizen's house and
barbeque for the family, hoping to win their votes. Donald Trump makes a
special appearance and cleans the bathroom.


IFILM has devoted a piece of its site to political content. They've got a
1973 look at Bush and a promotional piece from The Simpsons