You Too Can Throw A Shoe At President Bush
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
Good morning, I'm Renee Montagne. President Bush's quick reflexes spared him getting smacked by a shoe hurled at him in Baghdad. Now shoe throwers around the world can take their turn at the president's likeness. In a new online game called "Sock and Awe," players aim a brown topsider at a ducking president. It's much like a carnival game with a moving target, with Mr. Bush's face popping up from behind a wide podium. Players earn a point for every shoe that makes a hit. It's Morning Edition.
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