Wal-Mart movie Sun. evening at The Artery

Submitted by PAAMember on November 19, 2005 - 7:00pm. ::

A reminder -- we're having a special screening of the new Robert
Greenwald film "Wal-Mart: the High Cost of Low Prices" at The Artery,
just north of Hermann Park in Houston, Sunday evening. Please tell
your friends. It's free, although we'll probably ask for donations
(whatever anyone wants to give) after the movie, for those who want
to support what we're doing. But no one has to pay anything to see
the movie.

We'll also have some of our popular "Support Our Troops - Impeach
Bush" bumper stickers available.

It's at The Artery, with refreshments starting at 6 pm, movie at 7 pm.

It will probably be inside since it's likely to be cool and/or wet to
sit outside for the movie.

For details (time, place, map, info on movie), see the Houston
Indymedia story I posted at
http://houston.indymedia.org/news/2005/11/45553.php
or see http://www.paa-tx.org/node/661 (this one also has flyers you
can download and print and give to friends)

Also, we need a few volunteers to bring refreshments. We have about
3 dozen soft drinks and about a dozen water bottles left over from
last week's HSF film. I'll chill them down and bring them. However,
can someone bring some more drinks, and someone else bring some ice
and cups, and someone else bring some (plenty of) popcorn, please?
Please reply-all to this list, or just to me if you prefer, to let us
know what you can bring. This isn't a dinner, but we'd like to have
some light refreshments. Other goodies are welcome, too, but I'd
like to make sure that drinks and popcorn are covered first.

Thanks.

Bill


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Submitted by PAAMember on November 20, 2005 - 2:00pm.

OK, I think we have plenty of Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Gatorade, and
bottled water for tonight's movie showing. They won't need cups. If
someone wants to bring some other drinks, that's fine. An extra bag
of ice would also help.

We still need a volunteer or two to bring popcorn and/or whatever
other snacks you like. We can reimburse you for expenses. Everyone
else, just bring yourself and your friends!

Can someone please reply-all to this list and let us know if you can
bring this?

More details on the movie, in case you missed the earlier messages or
the notice on our web site, are below.

Thanks, and hope to see y'all tonight--

Bill

At 5:40 PM -0600 11/19/05, Bill Crosier wrote:
>A reminder -- we're having a special screening of the new Robert
>Greenwald film "Wal-Mart: the High Cost of Low Prices" at The Artery,
>just north of Hermann Park in Houston, Sunday evening. Please tell
>your friends. It's free, although we'll probably ask for donations
>(whatever anyone wants to give) after the movie, for those who want
>to support what we're doing. But no one has to pay anything to see
>the movie.
>
>We'll also have some of our popular "Support Our Troops - Impeach
>Bush" bumper stickers available.
>
>It's at The Artery, with refreshments starting at 6 pm, movie at 7 pm.
>
>It will probably be inside since it's likely to be cool and/or wet to
>sit outside for the movie.
>
>For details (time, place, map, info on movie), see the Houston
>Indymedia story I posted at
>http://houston.indymedia.org/news/2005/11/45553.php
>or see http://www.paa-tx.org/node/661 (this one also has flyers you
>can download and print and give to friends)
>
>Also, we need a few volunteers to bring refreshments. We have about
>3 dozen soft drinks and about a dozen water bottles left over from
>last week's HSF film. I'll chill them down and bring them. However,
>can someone bring some more drinks, and someone else bring some ice
>and cups, and someone else bring some (plenty of) popcorn, please?
>Please reply-all to this list, or just to me if you prefer, to let us
>know what you can bring. This isn't a dinner, but we'd like to have
>some light refreshments. Other goodies are welcome, too, but I'd
>like to make sure that drinks and popcorn are covered first.
>