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The BJMe Report. Posted on 07/16/2002.

My dad's done a good job of reporting on our Route 66 adventures. He recently wrote about our last day of the trip, specifically heading from Kingman, AZ into California. Good pictures and maps included.

I also suggest reading his 7/15/02 review of MINORITY REPORT. He has a way of cutting to the chase. Or the cheese, as it might be.

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Oh! That cheese...
Have you seen "Imposter" Not a Spielberg do on this P.Dick short story... And not too bad for a tape rental..
As I had said in a previous comment, I hadn't seen M.R., still haven't.. I suppose I'm in a minority for not going just because it's Tom Cruise,
I really don't think he's all that...
I did see MIB-II, and did enjoy it, also the extended parts of the pug, and cig smoking worms...
I thought it was worth going to the cinema,(a matinee a week and a half after it's release) and not waiting for it to come out on tape/dvd, but it didn't quite have the look and feel of the first one..
But I'll still get it when it does come out on dvd..
Posted by a.webby @ 07/17/2002 09:27 AM PST [link to this comment]

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