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04-23-2006 05:15 PM
David Horton: Sailing on a metaphor (HuffingtonPost)

Sometimes the metaphors just leap out at you don't they ('Titanic sunk by giant metaphor')? I see one of the actors who played a terrorist in the movie about the hijacking of Flight 93 was refused entry to the film premiere in the US, presumably because he 'looked like a terrorist', the same reason, presumably, he had been given the role in the film. This is the make believe world of the war on

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