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Ebert

Friedrich. . 1871--1925, German Social Democratic statesman; first president of the German Republic (1919--25)
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Ebert, 70, who passed away last Thursday after his long-enduring bout with cancer, commented "Just another day at Westboro Baptist" and another one, saying "One more day at the Westboro Baptist church" along with his tweets.
Court of Appeals 2003 finding that it was unconstitutional to require public school students to recite the Pledge of Allegiance because of the words "under God" Ebert made the distinction between two kinds of prayer, vertical and horizontal, the latter of which he strongly decried.
The cast starsRashada Dawan as Chaz Ebert andKevin Pollack as Roger Ebert.
Ebert sometimes expressed moral outrage when he thought actors were being exploited, perhaps most (in)famously in his one-star review of Blue Velvet (1986) to which Rendleman devotes an entire chapter.
On the other hand, through on-screen remarks of former work associates and barroom buddies, the movie engagingly recalls Roger Ebert as a party animal, during his early glory years in Chicago.
Ebert lamented that too many Americans don't support church-state separation.
Many of my fellow Americans have at least temporarily disappointed me," Politico quoted Ebert, as writing.
While it was not inaccurate, Roger Ebert probably would have scoffed at the headline on his Friday obituary on CNN.
THE TOPIC: From his Midwestern, working-class childhood to his recent battle with cancer, Roger Ebert tells the story of his life.
I've linked it to our Oscars section," said Roger Ebert, world-renowned film critic.
After escaping death and reinventing his life, Ebert now sits at his computer, delving into cerebral matters that extend way beyond a review of Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo--which, of course, he hated.
Ebert, too, warns against this, but he takes the conversation to another level: "Now I see that all relationships are virtual, even those that take place in person.