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Date Posted: 05:31:45 05/26/05 Thu
Author: Jean
Subject: I did, I did!
In reply to: KathyT 's message, "How many of you have watched the 911: The Road to Tyranny DVD?" on 02:00:38 05/26/05 Thu

but only once as I put it up so the kids would watch it without me or break it and now I cant find it!


I thought it was interesting and he made a lot of good points.
The thing I didnt like is his use of a zillion adverbs and adjectives for everything...that bugged me...I know thats petty.

I wanted to watch it again alone without a zillion comments from the peanut gallery!
I have very opinionated children!

I will dig it out sometime this summer and watch it again.

I did think he brought out good points.


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