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By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

Forbidden civics: 2006's final error message

“Are you mistaking? What’s wrong about here? You are seeking for trouble.seek_213570.jpg (Sorry, that section of the site is inaccessible from the web.) Why are you lossing temper? You said the net is unbreakable, why it’s broken? All ill-fated jinxes have come. (Don’t be upset. Sometimes this happens on the Internet. It’s not bad luck.) All fanciness are posted outside. I’ll throw all the stuffs away, see how you get out. (Don’t worry, it’s easy to get back on track. Perhaps you can find what you wanted here.) I don’t mean to play on you this time, really can’t help. (Sometimes directories are closed for surfing. It’s not your fault.) How come in such period of time? Do it just over there, really trouble maker… (It only takes a second to go back to the home page, friend.)”

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“There are different signs that this is not stopping. I don’t think that anger and frustration and those feelings can go away. I hope they don’t. The attention and support for the victims needs to be continued, more than people worried about these abusers and what’s next for them, how are they going to move on — shut up. You know what? If any of these people come back, I would say, “I can’t wait to see who is actually going to support them.” That is going to be the glaring horror. Who is going to be, like, “This is a pressing issue, and we need to get them back?” If a janitor was so great at cleaning the building but also tended to masturbate in front of people, would the people at that building be like, “Yes, he masturbated, but I’ve never seen anyone clean so thoroughly, and I was just wondering when he’s going to get his job back, he’s so good at it.” No, it would be, “That’s not acceptable.” It’s fame and power that people are blinded by.”
~ Tig Notaro in the New York Times

“It’s never been easy. I’ve always been one of the scavenger dogs of film financing, picking up money here and there. I’ve been doing that all my life. This was one was relatively easy because certain costs have gone down so much. I made this film in 20 days whereas 30 years ago, it would have been made in 42.”
~ Paul Schrader