kckpaulc at aol.comABCXYZ
Mon Oct 25 22:14:08 EST 1999
i read an article in today's (Mon, 25Oct99) _New York Times_, "A Sleeper Movie
Awakened by a Hungry Audience", by R. Lyman, pB1.
the article mentioned a web site:
when i went over there, i saved the URL, and it's name in my bookmarks file is:
"-=| Welcome to A o K Online! |=-"
this's 'curious'. anybody know 'what gives"?
what's the 'correlation' between AoK ['A o K'] and the _Omegacode_ movie?
for the record, i wish folks wouldn't do this sort of thing.
why? ...i've not seen the flick. it's not playing anywhere near where i live.
but reading the synopsis, and then stumbling on the 'bookmark' name, leaves me
'wondering' if these folks've made a movie about what they're doing with their
K. P. Collins
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