I was trying to be responsible. Money's been rather tight lately, and I've given up some luxuries. My cell phone, my daily paper (I've been reading it on-line), eating out, going to movies.... So when "Fahrenheit 9/11" first came out, despite my intense interest, I did not go to see it. I knew the DVD was going to be released before the election, so I made myself wait. And it finally came out Tuesday. And I got to the store early so I could rent a copy. And I finally saw it. And............. Wow. By the end of the movie, I was shaking. Part in anger, part in fear at what my government has become. Some parts made me laugh out loud. Others made tears well in my eyes. So yeah. Wow. It's a powerful film, all right. From some of the stuff I'd heard about it -- some of that in this very forum -- I actually expected the film to be rather disappointing. I expected to see facts that I'd read about in the mainstream media presented in a pretty biased, distorted way. Well, Moore has a bias, all right. But it's the "bias" of an investigative reporter who's doing an expose. And if there's one thing this country needs right now, it's investigative journalism. I know one or two people who are still fence-sitting about the election. I'm going to buy this DVD, and let them borrow it...if their minds are still open. I suggest you invite your undecided friends to a screening. Because dammit, the fear I felt is going away...but the anger isn't.