Some nut called the movie theatre where I work and tried to get us to show this. After explaining to him that neither I, nor anyone working in the building, has any say in what is scheduled, but that he could rent the theatre for $450 if he could provide a 35mm print or a DVD (I don't think either exist although a DVD seems more plausible), and directing him to contact the head office in LA (who will not listen to him, but I had to try and get rid of him somehow), he went on to try and talk my ear off for about twenty minutes about microchips imbedded in dollar bills so forth. He kept talking really low and quiet like the feds were outside his door listening to him.
Then he wanted me to watch the movie with him on the phone. I told him I didn't have access to a computer at work (a lie, I was playing on the internet when he called). Then he told me to watch it when I got home and he'd call back tomorrow to find out what I thought about it. Suffice to say, I let all the calls go into voice mail the next day.
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