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And how was the movie? I've gotta say it's looks absolutely unappealing to me. But speaking of popcorn, one of my favorite moments of that, was at a movie theatre in La Crosse, I believe. Bill and I were there to see something, and the concession worker asked if I wanted "golden topping" on my popcorn. Bill still references that.


Both E and I liked it a great deal. The whole kind of ascerbic to mushy transition was very 1940s, in a good way. That said, it might not be your cup of tea although you'd think that, since I've known you since junior high, I could speak more confidently to that question.

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