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December 03, 2007

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Chaim

I devoured Paul's book in one afternoon at the Hilton in Little Rock. What a journey!

Ron Farnsworth

Aaron Sorkin was quoted as saying (about The Farnsworth Invention):
"I hope the jokes work."
In comedy, you've got to buy the premise before you buy the punchline. As I understand it, in the play, Mr.Sorkin has Phil drinking the night he asks Pem to marry him.
Drinking in Provo, Utah, during Prohibition?
If anybody out there buys that, I've got a bridge in San Francisco I'd like to sell you. It's a real money maker, easy to maintain, in fact, it's got a new paint job.
Therefore, since brevity is the soul of wit and tediousness the limbs and outward flourishes, I will be brief.
-Hamlet-Act 2-Scene 2-
I just don't get it.
Ronnie Farnsworth

Bowe Boecker

while growing up you learn that everything you see on telivision is not always what it may seem to be!!! But while growning up you need to remember that "Education is the key to knowledge, and knowledge is the key to wisdom". In the position that I have you need to know the facts before reporting on a issue you might know little about. For someone to say that by holding back the truth or history has been muffled needs to take a look at what is really going on in life. My children can watch cartoons and comedies on telivision and laugh, and I can explain to them the difference in true and not true. When someone writes something about a historical event you would expect them to get the facts as close as possible. This is not to show the death of something, but yet the life in all things. I have yet to see the broadway show, but if there is any injustice to someones Achievements in life then where is the real injustice being done.

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