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By JGillman, Section Multimedia
I am going to the movies tonight. So are a lot of friends.
In fact, we aren't sure how long the local venue will host this movie, but we want to makes sure that there is reward associated with the production of such material.
Our tickets purchased last night to make sure.
Lets see this and talk about it.
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By JGillman, Section News
I support capitalism. It provides something for something. Its what makes legitimate business truly tick. It provides solutions that no amount of coercion can. It is the milk of prosperity.
So I am taking the night off, switching the business line to mute, and withholding my skills from the nation for a couple of hours. I am going to see Atlas Shrugged tonight. In fact, a group of us are going to see if the story was done justice, and if the movie is perhaps a better production than presented by the lefty reviewers who panned it.
They gave it 1 star.
The attempt to take on progressives in their own medium is delicious enough to make it worth the $10 ticket. The fact that the local theater decided to carry the film will earn them at least a bucket of overpriced popcorn sale. If it is good enough, I may even buy the John Galt bobblehead when it comes out in stores everywhere or at McDonalds along with the HamLooter. (Burglar) fanny pack.
Oh my, good conservatives, I/we have been forewarned.
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By steve, Section News
Cross-Posted @ motorcitytimes.com
When Governor Granholm is faced with tough economic news her default position's, nearly by rote, is `Green Energy' and `Let's make a movie'.
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