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    Bush Are "Us"

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    "Unable to organize readings for his THE BUSH DYSLEXICON: OBSERVATIONS ON A NATIONAL DISORDER since 9/11, erudite NYU prof-propaganda weeder by day, charismatic indie news guerilla by night Mark Crispin Miller takes his wisdom to the streets in this spoken-word, stand-up news junket, displaying wit born of years spent examining media and pop culture. More than attacking our great leader and his well-documented dyslexia, Miller reveals the gross inadequacies of an American media whose talking heads gladly serve up Bush's gaffes for ratings and revenues while ditching the kind of journalism on which democracy depends. -VILLAGE VOICE, 1/22-28/03 "a provocative, funny, and deeply disturbing one-man show" -EDITOR & PUBLISHER, 2/13/03

    Dates:  March 30, 2003
    Schedule:  Sun. 7:30 p.m.
    Venue:  Cherry Lane Theatre, 38 Commerce St., off 7th Ave. So.
    Price:  $20
    Tickets/info:  (212) 262-7716

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