The title for the film is inspired by Abbie Hoffman's book title "Steal This Book". It was a "survival guide" for hippies, including then-current names and addresses of places to go for free food, shelter and clothing. Since it was written for those wishing to survive outside the need for money (and it utilized Hoffman's infamous sense of humor), the title encouraged them to steal the book in order to access the information.
Hoffman asks a young soldier what he thought about Jimi Hendrix at Woodstock. Hoffman talks about Jimi playing before half a million people. In fact, Hendrix was one of the last acts to play - on Monday morning of the weekend concert. About 40,000 - 50,000 people were left to see his performance.
Canadian road signs appear in several scenes including the early scene where Abbie is calling from the isolated phone booth. In the scene where Abbie's mother is driving down the road, a sign written in metric is clearly visible.
***this may contain SPOILERS***One of many possible sets of chapter headings: * 01 = 00:00:00.000 - on the run - * 02 = 00:03:52.000 - the early days - * 03 = 00:15:29.000 - stock exchange and pentagon up to Chicago - * 04 = 00:28:07.000 - Chicago - * 05 = 00:37:42.000 - Chicago 7 - * 06 = 00:44:42.000 - pressures from the state - * 07 = 00:58:29.000 - on the run - * 08 = 01:04:20.000 - with a new girl - * 09 = 01:22:41.000 - Canada - * 10 = 01:31:22.000 - the reprieve - * 11 = 01:37:33.000 - end credits - * 12 = 01:43:20.000 - end -.000 is a placeholder for the exact time.These are best viewed edited so as to show one chapter per line, if using this for search. There is a copy showing this in the Message board, which is only accessible when logged in. That also includes an OGG version.The OGG version is for if there are players that can work from an external OGG chapters file.