Foggy on ‘Fahrenheit?’ See it for free
With one of the most heated presidential elections in recent memory just nine days away, Alp Video owner Steve Stevens is on a mission to make sure local voters are well informed of what issues are stake.Beginning today and continuing until election day, Stevens will rent out Michael Moore’s controversial documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11″ free of charge.While Stevens said he’ll vote for Kerry, he said his goal is not necessarily to dissuade Republicans from voting for Bush, but to encourage people to get out to the polls and make an educated decision about the candidates.”I’m frustrated by some of my friends who don’t investigate [the issues],” Stevens said. “I’m doing this so people will get out there and have some knowledge before the vote.”He said he has 10 copies of the film and if all are rented out he will lose $49 a day in rental fees.So is it worth it?”I think so – the country is definitely worth it,” he said. “Bush scares the hell out of me.”While the rental is free, Stevens said late fees will apply.”If Bush people want to come in and rent all the videos for the whole week, they’ll have to pay for the regular late fees,” he said.Steve Benson’s e-mail address is email@example.com
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