Two impressions hit me and seem likely to stick for some time:
- The deep and subtle humanity of a character who is often demonized -- whose music and artistic style I, incidentally, find objectionable -- to wit, Marilyn Manson. His answer to Moore's question, "What would you say to the students of Columbine High?" was the kind of answer I would want to give.
- Charlton Heston's utter inability -- unwillingness? -- to answer a life-time NRA-member's questions about the cause of America's proportion of gun-deaths to population. Old and senile? Owned-outright? He reminded me a lot of Londo Mollari -- in possession of much that others envy but without the power of independent action or the of expression of an independent thought.
- "Bullet Control"
- Snoopy the Hunter
- Americans in Windsor
- exposing the many faces of Lockheed-Martin.
- news that hypes causes to fear as a driver of consumption