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Scoop Video Link: George W. Bush’s Big Pick


Click Image For Video Link http://www.ifilm.com/viralvideo?ifilmid=960813 (updated 28/7/04)

While we are addressing the subject of fingers, noses and so-called world leaders. Scoop’s editors would be remiss not to notify readers of perhaps the most famous nose pick in Internet history. A quick search of Google will show you just how much server-space has been devoted to this event.

One of the best sources of video of the great moment can be found at:
http://www.gwbush.com/gwtv/index.htm (now dead) or http://www.ifilm.com/viralvideo?ifilmid=960813


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