Classic Movie of the Week
OnM - June 21, 2002

This can be dangerous. No, not in like I-could-go-to-prison dangerous, but risky in that I might go off on some extended stream of consciousness riff only to find myself (and my readers) stranded at the end of it without benefit of having made any kind of a point. This is one of the reasons I try to inject some levity into the proceedings, so that if no greater philosophical good has ultimately been served, at least the passengers on the Mystery Train had a good laugh or two before they end up in the town of Machine.



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