When I saw Michael Moore speak a few weeks ago, he made several references to sharing his work with other people, as in, “I don’t care if you photocopy this book and pass it out to friends — just get people to read it!” (He was talking about his new book, “Will They Ever Trust Us Again? Letters From the War Zone” but he made the same kinds of comments about other of his works.) Moore also has free rental programs for the video, and he and his distributor have been allowing public access channels to broadcast it for free. (Here’s a fairly negative article about the plans underway in Nashville to do just that.)

In that spirit, I came across a site that has downloadable copies of Fahrenheit 9/11 so anyone can see the movie if they just download it.

Haven’t seen Fahrenheit 9/11?

2 thoughts on “Haven’t seen Fahrenheit 9/11?

  • October 30, 2004 at 11:55 am
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    Nice to know there’s other writers out there in Nashville. Do you write anything other than songs? Doing Nano by chance? If so, there’s several “get-togethers” here in town for it each year.

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  • October 30, 2004 at 11:29 pm
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    I do write other than songs — I even write technical documents for a living — but songs are where my main creative writing focus is these days. I’m not doing Nano since it’s not my focus, but I did determine, a while back, to do my own version wherein I attempt to write 30 songs in 30 days.

    Good luck to you!

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