“The World of Woody Allen – a short” – by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber


Woody Allen was born on December 1, 1935, as Allen Konigsberg, in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of 15, he started selling one-liners to gossip columns. After working a while as a stand up comedian, he was hired to write What’s New Pussycat (1965) in 1965. He directed his first film a year later, What’s Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) in 1966. See full bio »

Question of the Century, and Something to Think About:

Why would comedian/writer Woody Allen, who has a long history of acclaims, be quoted on the back jacket cover of his book called “Side Effects” as saying that “his one regret in life is that he is not someone else.”

What a weird thing, people must think.  In the cult that was created online in the intelligence mode in the United States, criminals, who got into the United States intelligence system, told people to use other people’s names and then extorted and degraded the people to be sex perpetrators and generalized ‘pigs’.  The cult, which got out of control and became criminal with ’revisions needed in all ways back to normality’ is full of repeated crime patterns.  Crooks created some kind of forefront show where they were someone else to rob banks, the United States treasury, batter people, get involved in hostile escheat of other people’s homes, cars, and etc., in the name of greed. Then, when complaints were filed against them, the court and police ignored this and these perpetrators literally got away with murder. No wonder other countries have no respect for this “CIA MOB” group.

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