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Born to Lead: The Sal Aunesse Story (Boulder Int'l Film Festival, Fri, 3/3)

cu2x

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The most inspirational player and story in CU sports history and it gets an 11 am. showing at the Presbyterian church? "Thank you", to the church, but CU couldn't find a time or facility for a larger showing? Should have booked a showing at the keg, at 4 pm, prior to a 6 pm BB game
 

Mick Ronson

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The most inspirational player and story in CU sports history and it gets an 11 am. showing at the Presbyterian church? "Thank you", to the church, but CU couldn't find a time or facility for a larger showing? Should have booked a showing at the keg, at 4 pm, prior to a 6 pm BB game
this is the Boulder International Film Festival.....doesn't have anything to do with CU. or the city of Boulder. different entities. i think the fact it's being shown is pretty good.
 

cu2x

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Didn't realize that and agree - it's great it's being shown, but if it's fairly well done, I think the U should get behind it a little and show some support
 

Uncle Luko

Peckerwood
Club Member
I caught it about half way through, damnit. I auto tuned it last night. Forgot about it, went to Safeway to grab a few things, turned on the tv when I got back. It was right when they were giving Illinois an ass whipping. Wasn't @FlaBuff on that squad?
 
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