Osama bin Laden, the evil arch-criminal who is currently thought to be hiding somewhere in Afghanistan, took a break from being a wanted fugitive terrorist for a few hours recently to attend a private viewing of Michael Moore's new film, "Fahrenheit 9/11", which is already receiving good reviews, while simultaneously stirring up controversy. Bin Laden was seen exiting a theater near his current hideout and asked what he thought of it. "It definitely rocks. I thought that infidel Moore pushed the envelope a bit, you know, stretching the truth a little, but overall, sure, I'd say it's numero uno." Bin Laden added that he thought Moore was a "pretty good filmmaker", despite being "an American devil", but "that infidel Spielberg can't hold a candle" to him. Moore responded by saying he was honored that Bin Laden liked the film. "That is so sweet of him to say that," Moore said, accompanied by his fiance', Muhammed Saeed al-Sahaf, the former Information Minister of Iraq, who was all smiles as usual. "That inspires me to go out and create more pseudo-documentaries that I can make a bundle of cash on while bashing the President."
Saeed al-Sahaf nodded, adding, "Yeah, you go Mikey."