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    This is eerie.

    If you click opn Dart's monkier. You can send him and email. He's pretty busy these days and that may get you a quicker response.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertvandeusen View Post
    I have two brothers I have never met named Kurt and Kris VanDeusen. They may not even know I exist.

    My name is Robert Cole and I live in Santa Clara, CA. have them give me a call if you would.

    Thanks.
    Good luck - in the meantime, you might want to edit that phone number out of your message - and send it by private message instead.
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    Karl Marx, Kurt Vonnegut, John Steinbeck, Peter Berger, George Orwell, Michael Moore, Jerry Garcia, Bob Dylan, Townes Van Zandt, Van Morrison, and many more had as much of more influence on me than anyone or anything.
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    John Steinbeck, George Orwell, Michael Moore

    You do know their writings are entirely ficition right?
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    My mother, who taught me that nothing that I ever did could be good enough.
    My father, who taught me that if I worked hard, and always did the very best that I could, that my work would be both sufficient and appreciated.
    Command Sargeant Major Floyd E. Sampson, who reinforced that good enough was never good enough - he expected my best.
    SGT David Asbury, Panel 21W, Line 11, who taught me much about survival before he joined so many others on the Wall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    John Steinbeck, George Orwell, Michael Moore

    You do know their writings are entirely ficition right?
    Michael Moore, really? I'm as honest and discerning as they come, and I've yet to find fiction in his work.

    When (and if) I do, I'll be the first to report it.
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    I'm surprised Rod Serling, Gene Roddenberry and Geoge Lucas aren't amongst your influences since they too start with an element of true and stretch into pure fantasy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RYou View Post
    I'm surprised Rod Serling, Gene Roddenberry and Geoge Lucas aren't amongst your influences since they too start with an element of true and stretch into pure fantasy.
    I know of one blatant inaccuracy in "Fahrenheit 9-11," but haven't found any others that I'm aware of.

    I always ask people who find his films fictional to provide me with some things from the films that they found to be untruthful while watching the films. I'm always interested in finding the inaccuracies.

    So, what did you find finctional when you watched his films?
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    Like most works of fiction, it takes real situations then makes assumptions, professes slanted conclusions and morphs them into purported reality. Rod Serling was the master, Moore is a wannbe.

    http://www.davekopel.org/terror/59Deceits.pdf
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