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  1. Believe it or not 10SFGA back in the late 80’s had a couple of Jedi(Star Wars) ODAs.Om We received sports/performance oriented psych training, yoga, meditation, and nuturition training.
    May the ‘Force Be With You’

  2. Right.

    But did you do this on Ft Bragg without the benefit of either hair cuts or the correct BDUs?

  3. Oh Holly! 🙂

    I gotta say, the first time I saw that movie, I thought it was dreadful…but then I did the unimaginable….I saw it a second time…and found the whole thing priceless! 🙂
    Perhaps you have to stare at the film a while to appreciate it. Or perhaps watch it with a goat. 🙂 At any rate, it can grow on you, kind of like the Rocky Horror Picture show, but with less musical class. 🙂

  4. This is why I do not bother with television and only go to see a film when Dad wants to see one. By the time I got around to seeing 2001 the special effects were no longer special effects – and I was bored.
    There is too much I want to read instead…

  5. I couldn’t agree more. This had to be one of the worst movies ever and a huge waste of money and time better spent.

  6. O.K. I’ve not seen it, but yesterday I did watch via a Netfliks instant download on Roku a lovely film, about 6 years old, that takes place in a small Minnesota farming community just after WWI called Sweet Land, which I liked very much and heartily recommend to you. It was obviously a labor of love and an Indy film, that attracted a few name actors to participate.

    http://www.sweetlandmovie.com/index.html

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