|Re: Clueless Hollywood|
Thu, 17 Aug 2006 09:07:54 +0300
Mr Joseph Singer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:|
> The assumption is that people do not notice these inaccuracies
And even among those who do notice, how many people are really bothered?
There's a great anecdote from London in the 1930s. Remember, those
(I'm sorry I can't remember the exact details of this, but you'll get
One night an eminent ornithologist was at the pictures with some
'What are they trying to do?!?' said the professor, getting to his feet.
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