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28 October 2006

"I'd like to shake your hand, Disappointment."

Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA, 07-Oct-06

"Looks like you win again;
but this time might be the last."

"Rockin' in the Free World" could easily be part of Living With War. ("Got fuel to burn; got roads to drive.") Even Neil Young must resent the fact that this song is still relevant. Really, though, where do we begin when discussing this scourge of political history repeating (and repeating)? It would be ridiculous if it wasn't so unfunny.

How much longer will I sit back, stunned, thinking: "Well, it can't get worse than this, can it?"

The timing of movie release dates is as strategic as everything else in our universe of stealth, so I take a little comfort in the recent launch of both Death of a President and Shut Up & Sing. We'll make this a double bill.

Last night, Sean reminded us of the pretzel-choking incident. Was that actually the first noteworthy occurrence in Junior's presidency? At the time, all those years ago, we laughed GW off like he was some harmless joke. We had no idea.

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