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I had a crazy dream last night where there was a virus that turned ppl in to zombies. they looked normal, except their arms had been removed and put on backwards, so that their elbows faced forward.

In my dream I hid in a grocery store with people but we had to flee when a bunny rabbit caught the virus.

I saw Fahrenheit 9/11 on tuesday, and it was much like I expected it to be:
Well packaged
manipulative
angering
funny

But the worst, most shocking part of the whole film was seeing all those black congresspeople in senate protesting that so many of their constituents had been unjustly disenfranchised, but no real debate could open because no sentator would sign the bill.

It is no wonder we don't know what to believe. I mean, it is good to be critical, but this culture of untrustworthiness and cynicism has lead to conspiracy theories large and small.

It is no wonder that most Iraqi's think that Sadaam Hussein was a US operative. And that suicide/car bombings in the country are a US ploy to keep the country unstable so that it can be fully plundered.

It's a weird age where everyone thinks they have to choose what to believe rather than uncover the truth.






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