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Gerry Kowaltz Cummin-Downe
Gerry Kowaltz Cummin-Downe
5 months ago

In Moore’s “Bowling for Columbine” there’s a sequence where he calls out our collective eagerness to believe in every fear-inspiring crisis, including disease scares. He even says the scares usually turn out have no validity at all. This amazing sequence occurs within a movie that’s trying to make us believe in another fear-inspiring crisis. How can conspiracy theory account for that? Within the noisy tumult of the world’s lies the truth is always quietly being indicated. That’s the checkerboard of light and dark, the little angel on one shoulder and the little devil on the other. The following is from… Read more »

5 months ago

An anonymous person contacted me about Columbine and my writings on the subject, telling me that I was wrong to assert that Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris were literary devices who did not exist. That’s a new twist for me and I am going down that pathway, as he was not a fool and allowed most of what I wrote to stand. The two stand-ins used in the Columbine yearbook, Matt Stone (who made a gratuitous appearance in Michael Moore’s movie) and Trey Parker, somehow are at the center of this riddle. I’ve just let it sit, knowing it will… Read more »