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October 16, 2004

Team America

I went to yesterday's matin�e for Team America: World Police. No sneak preview like Boing Boing but a dinstinct advantage to seeing it with the hoi polloi... This is the antidote to Farhenheit 9/11. Canadian audience reaction suggests a five point swing to President Bush in the under-30s (and more than that for the under-30s men). But will American South Park fans turn up at the polls?

Hey studio peeps, 100,000+ page views at the Flea so far this month so comp me some tickets! My review will run this Monday.

And then... My Team America review as advertised...

And then... And it looks like I lifted that "antidote" line from Rusty.

Posted by Ghost of a flea at October 16, 2004 09:31 AM

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I went yesterday too. Everybody has AIDS! AIDS, AIDS, AIDS!

Posted by: Dave Munger at October 16, 2004 03:57 PM