Well, first I'll get straight to the point - I don't think this is a BAD movie.
Dean flips his wig.
In the "Mr. Democrat" pageant, a big part of it is the question-and-answer, but isn't some of it appearance as well?
It's obvious that business and government have a bad case of DNA PTSD, or genetic shell shock, which is why they certainly won't get fooled again when it comes to nanotechnology. I've heard the mantra many times during the past few years: "No More GMO." But the chanters wear pinstripes and not patchouli oil.
Note that all votes, labor and otherwise, for Dean and Gephardt COMBINED were somewhat less than what the SECOND place finisher got. If the unions haven't got any throw weight in a Democrat primary, they're REALLY not going to have an impact in the general election against Bush.
Howard Dean is channeling The Who's Tommy.
I hate to say, I told you so, to doubters, but it's beginning to look increasingly like the Internet will not translate to victory for Dean, or any other candidate for that matter.
Ideally, it would be possible to have pop-up windows without them being taken over by intrusive advertisers.
Continuing our manga exploration: with a plain old-fashioned mysery series. . .