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James Franco has made an ass of himself, again, with an seemingly never-ending, woeful poem, Obama in Asheville, that is, in some way meant to be a tribute to Barrack Obama and his inauguration.

Quite how this collection of randomness related to Mr President is unclear. What is clear though is that Franco has access to Wikipedia, as his collection of rambling musings seems littered with one-stop information of a host of literary greats he somehow feels that referencing gives him instant intellectual cool.

He also goes on about other slebs, a burrito and his own meeting with President Obama, noting, ‘He knew me from Spider-Man.’ in the poetry reading that was taped by Yahoo.

Sorry Jimbo, you were ace in 127 Hours, and not bad as the angry Goblin-child in Sam Raimi’s webslinger comic book movies. Cormac McCarthy’s successor you are not.


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