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July 01, 2004

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edward, i attended that event also (NY is indeed great) but had to leave during the Q&A to attend "Fahrenheit 9/11" again with more friends. One of the things i picked up from these wonderful writers is a wistfullness that the next generation of writers isn't there, or at the very least aren't looking out for the underdogs of our society. It's the same thing i feel when i see no large protests at the university level in America at what is an Administration that has betrayed the people's trust. It's sad, was there something put in their milk to induce apathy or are there subliminal messages in Sesame Street these past 20 years?

"It's sad, was there something put in their milk to induce apathy or are there subliminal messages in Sesame Street these past 20 years?"

Actually, we used Schoolhouse Rock.

well moe, it must have worked :)
the disenfranchisement seems pretty widespread nonetheless.

"was there something put in their milk"

Fluoride in the water, baby.

It's why all the hippy bottled-water drinkers in the city and the rural guys with wells are anti-establishmentarian. They aren't getting their fluoride dose

I actually wasn't entirely joking. You folks ever really read the lyrics to Elbow Room?

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