Sunday, November 06, 2005

Drinking Liberally gathering set for the 15th, Wal-Mart film for the 16th.

Here are two dates on the calendar worth remembering.

On Tuesday, November 15, Drinking Liberally comes to Rich O’s
for a 7:00 p.m. gathering. Readers who agree with the organization’s stated aim of spreading democracy “one pint at a time” are encouraged to attend.

Louisville DL takes road trip to Rich O’s in New Albany, by Vicki Sansbury (from Drinking Liberally’s on-line forum).

Drinking Liberally helps kill the pain for lefties, by Stephen George (Louisville Eccentric Observer, July 5, 2005).

On Wednesday, November 16, there's an important film event in downtown New Albany. Previously at NA Confidential, we told you that CFP and Destinations Booksellers are to screen "Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price" documentary film on Nov. 16. It’s an outdoor showing (at 6 p.m. and 8 p.m.) at the Farmers’ Market, corner of Bank and Market. Dress appropriately and bring a folding chair.

Previously at the Volunteer Hoosier blog: Stunning, in which Randy Smith describes his feelings after previewing the movie.

Other NA Confidential links:

Speaking of Wal-Mart, as the movie release date draws nearer, Bentonville begins circling the wagons.

Unsurprisingly, "Wal-Mart Healthcare Mythology Shattered."

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