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Heidi recognized, in the McElhinney’ 10 minutes, what it was all about. Attacks on anything not pro-NG fracking with vapid interviews and “gottcha” moments that lacked the “gottcha”. It was a poorly done propaganda piece and lacking any science aspects. So that brings up a point, why would a science teacher offer credit to students to attend and in a level needing parental accompaniment? There was a group of high school students also brought in for after showing questions of McElhinney.  There were many empty seats, 2 to 3 per row, in the main auditorium, I don’t know how many in the balcony after the high school guests went down to the main floor; so, I would suppose all the free tickets being handed out were not moving in the numbers expected.
If you missed the showing and are curious, I did give a review of my impressions that have been published on https://fromthestyx.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/dinner-and-a-movie-with-bob-arrington/



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