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Saturday, October 30, 2010

Sam Waterston Attends “Rally for Sanity and/or Fear”

Some early photos are out of Sam Waterston (Law & Order) who participated in Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert's Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear on the National Mall in Washington, on October 30, 2010. Enjoy the pics!

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weirdoperson said...

Sounds like the perfect event for Mr. Waterston to spread his excellent ideas! :)

Anonymous said...

Sam, who was introduced as "the most reasonable-sounding man in America," read "The Greatest Poem Ever Written: Are You Sure?" By the Reverend Sir Dr. Stephen T. Colbert DFA, SW's contribution to the "restoring fear" part of the rally. The world is a really a treasure-house of things to be afraid of, if you look at it right. It started off something like this:

"Did you hear that? No?
You're probably going deaf.
It's your kids back at home,
Cooking up crystal meth."

His delivery was vastly better than the "poetry" - watch for it on a youtube production near you.

Rosemary said...

The poem happens to be a satire, and Stephen Colbert is brilliant satirist. Sam totally read it in the manner intended, he was great. They played the famous Law and Order sound effect as he left.

Anonymous said...

Satire?! Really?!!

These Are Their Stories said...

The video is here: