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The article previously stated, He wrote the prequel to "The Exorcist" called "Exorcist: Dominion", after this sequel was reshot by Renny Harlin as "Exorcist: The Beginning", he still received writer credit, despite having nothing to do with the re-writes and changes. Carr received a writing credit pursuant to Writers Guild rules; therefore, he had to contribute something substantial. The Writers Guild does not discuss credit arbitrations, so asserting Carr's contribution to the screenplay was "nothing" seems to be entirely speculative. Therefore, I removed the sentence in question.BehroozZ 23:58, 8 April 2006 (UTC)
Just wondering if people actually get B.A. degrees in military and diplomatic history. I was a history major and the only choice we got was "History", not Asian, European, Modern, etc. If Mr. Carr chose to take the military offerings, (how many could there have been in the undergrad dept?) does that mean someone could say he majored in military history? Tabi55 16:16, 30 November 2007 (UTC)