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Hundreds Watch 'Fahrenheit 9/11' in Crawford
Hundreds of people gathered in a rural parking lot near President Bush's Texas ranch on Wednesday to watch Michael Moore's anti-Bush documentary, "Fahrenheit 9/11," although the filmmaker canceled plans to attend. Sitting before a giant inflatable movie screen, filmgoers from across Texas booed and cheered as Moore's record-setting antiwar film satirically recounted Bush's controversial 2000 election and lambasted the president's response to the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and his reasons for going to war in Iraq.

Half a mile away, scores of Bush supporters gathered for a rally to show their support for the president. Some were business owners from the Lone Star Parkway, Crawford's main street, which features several presidential souvenir shops. Read the Reuters report.

Al Franken talks with Sean Hannity

ay... Hannity is fighting tooth and nail to keep Al from telling the context of a Dean quote
Hannity doesn't want to hear explanations for anything. He just prefers misleading out-of-context quotes.
GO AL! YOU TELL HIM!

"Since we left Boston, more than 100,000 Americans have shown up to meet us at campaign stops between Massachusetts and Michigan. This includes 17,000 people in Scranton, Pa; 25,000 in Harrisburg, Pa, waiting until after 9:00 p.m. on a Friday night; 10,000 people in Greensburg, Pa, standing in the rain; and another 15,000 in Wheeling, WV." - John Kerry
I should move to Greensburg, PA. It just sounds right. ;)

wow! mirandathejoy sent me this link which includes a mention that "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time" is being made into a movie:
"And it has been bought by Brad Pitt's company and Heyday, producers of the "Harry Potter" movies.
The film will be written and directed by Steve Kloves, who has written all the "Harry Potter" films. Mr. Haddon said that Mr. Kloves had set two goals: "to avoid sentimentality and to keep some of the strangeness in it.""
neat!
hahaha! this:
"Before "Curious Incident" he wrote five unpublished novels. His agent took him out for tea and told him he should stick to writing children's books.
Soon afterward he changed agents. He said that he has a secret fantasy that somewhere in London his former agent "is being beaten stoutly with a hardback copy of `Curious Incident.' ""

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