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Sunday, April 26, 2009

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Ed Peters

LOL.

Evan

Much better looking than what's-his-face. I agree, a vast improvement!

Jackson

hehehe.... I like that touch with your book. You should make another one with that exhausted face pic you posted a few months back, showing how exhausted you (Langdon) are from your eternal sleuthing.

LJ

Your review, Carl, has created a sort of mathematical puzzle.

A. Dan Brown's book is filled with factual inaccuracies.
B. Producer Brian Grazer says they have taken liberties (my word) with the book.

So then, what are the mathematical odds that the movie might actually correct some of the factual inaccuracies of the book, strictly by accident?

It is sort of a mutation of mutations scenario. Actually a very Darwinian type of puzzle come to think of it.

We might even want to speculate, say, if millions of Hollywood producers were adapting millions of historically inaccurate novels, how many billions of years would it take them to produce some sort of higher form, like for example, the Catechism of the Catholic Church? I suppose it is analogous to monkeys and typewriters creating War and Peace.

Just asking.

Carl E. Olson

LJ: Yer cracking me up, especially since the analogy of monkeys and typewriters seems so ape, er, apt.

Pier

ROTFL!! XD

Bravo... definitely a vast (& hi-LARious!) improvement:D

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