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I forgot to post about this DVD I watched on Saturday. It's from 2005 and is supposed to be funny, but I thought it more mild humor.
Samuel L. Jackson plays an undercover FBI agent, and when he was supposed to pick up the beginning of a deal with the gun people, a dental products salesman, Eugene Levy, in town for a convention, is forced to take it.
They had problems both with several police groups and the gun seller, but in the end, they win. The funny part is their conversation and it just didn't do that much for me.
Williams talks about Mars authors, and tells us her favorite is Ray Bradbury. I liked all of these, which is unusual, so I will just connect you…
Williams wrote about how she had a lot of problems with books using apocalypse when she was young, and there were a number of stories in this issue…
This had a good enough page on Amazon that I bought it from SFBC. It's much more loose than I expected. Post-apocalypse has put everybody on our…