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Michael Moore: (In disbelief) This door was wide open and you're not afraid?
Canadian Lady: Should I be afraid?
Michael Moore: I don't know. You live here.
Canadian Lady: I'm not afraid.
Michael Moore: You're not are you?

Michael Moore: Do you like living here?
Canadian: I like it very much.
(notices his T-shirt that reads "I *heart* NY)
Michael Moore: And your T-shirt?
Canadian: The T-shirt, too.

Michael Moore: I left the Heston estate atop Beverly Hills and walked back into the real world. To an America living and breathing in fear. Where gun sales are now at an all record high. And where, in the end, it all comes back to 'Bowling for Columbine'.

Michael Moore: In your mind, somebody might break into your house to harm you or your family. What does that person look like?
Man wearing 'Fuck Everybody' Cap: You.
Michael Moore: Me?
Man wearing 'Fuck Everybody' Cap: Her.
Michael Moore: Her?
Man wearing 'Fuck Everybody' Cap: Him.
Michael Moore: Really?
Man wearing 'Fuck Everybody' Cap: The camera guy. Anybody. There could be a gun in the camera for all I know.

John Nichols: I sleep with a .44 magnum under my pillow.
Michael Moore: (in disbelief) Come on. That's what everyone says.

(from a Columbine student video)
Student #1: What's your views on high school?
Student #2: Uh, I love it. I learn, I get picked on by bastards who hate me, and the principal's a dick.

Michael Moore: It was the morning of April 20th 1999, and it was pretty much like any other morning in America. The Farmer did his chores. The milkman made his deliveries. The President bombed another country whose name we couldn't pronounce. Out in Fargo, North Dakota, Cary McWilliams went on his morning walk. Back in Michigan, Mrs Hughes welcomed her students for another day of school. And out in a little town in Colorado, two boys went bowling at 6 in the morning. Yes, it was a typical day in the United States of America.

Canadian: If more guns make people safer, than America would be one of the safest countries in the world. It isn't. It's the opposite.

(describing a toy gun he got for Christmas)
Michael Moore: This was my first gun. I couldn't wait to go out and shoot up the neighborhood.

(describing a toy gun he got for Christmas) Michael Moore: This was my first gun. I couldn't wait to go out and shoot up the neighborhood.

Michael Moore: In George Bush's America the poor were not a priority. And after September 11th correcting America's social problems took a back seat to fear, panic and a new set of priorities. George W. Bush: (Archive speech) One way to express our unity is for Congress to set the military budget and the defense of the United States as the number one priority, and fully fund my request...

Michael Moore: Why wasn't anyone blaming bowling for warping their minds?

Michael Moore: (to Charlton Heston) Mr. Heston, I'm a member of the N.R.A. I was wondering if I could talk to you about the whole gun issue.

Michael Moore: There were a lot of things that I didn't know after the World Trade Center attack. But one thing was clear: whether it was before or after September 11th, a public that's this out of control with fear should not have a lot of guns or ammo laying around.

Himself - Mayor of Sarnia, Ontario, Canada: No one wins unless everyone wins. And you don't win by beating up on people who can't defend themselves. And that's been the approach, unfortunately, that's been spreading with some of the right-wing governments across North America. They pick on the people that can't defend themselves. And at the same time, they're turning around and giving financial support and tax breaks and tax benefits to people that don't need them.

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