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I am unsure of the "Coda" section and its appropriateness the way it is now presented in the article. It, at least, needs some contextual note; as it is now it just looks like a section that we (the editors here at Wikiquote) have added in an extremely POV manner. Knowing this is not the case (after a little bit of research), it needs to somehow be qualified and have some sort of context given — it doesn't stand well as a quote on its own (especially because of its formatting and that it has it's own section entitled "Coda" which may be misleading to some). Nonetheless, it is a message that the film was trying to get across (though a blatant logical fallacy), so it is rightfully included. I'm just wondering if anyone who knows the movie well (or has it to watch) could somehow more appropriately incorporate that section. Peace and Passion ("I'm listening....") 01:58, 4 August 2009 (UTC)