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From: guido@merle.acns.nwu.edu (Christopher Kaihatsu)
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In article <27a1dkINNg5m@no-names.nerdc.ufl.edu>,
Joe MacGillycuddy  wrote:
>If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the rest
>of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my favourites
>include         
>
>	Reservoir Dogs
>  	The Doors (this one seems an obvious choice)
>	Fantasia
>	National Lampoon Vacation
>	The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
>	Any Martin Scorcese film...
>
>what about the rest of you?
>
>     -Jose
>

Pink Floyd, "The Wall"
stupid, silly shit, like Monty Python or Peter Sellers or Abrams/Zucker/Abrams


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In article <27a1dkINNg5m@no-names.nerdc.ufl.edu>,
Joe MacGillycuddy  wrote:
>If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the rest
>of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my favourites
>include         
>
>	Fantasia
>	The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
>
>what about the rest of you?
>
i can personally vote for these two...
especially Fantasia with lotsa bass..  VERY kewll..
Naked lunch can only be understood altered..

also good are 
Pink Floyd  The Wall  (of course)
all the Monty Python films esp Holy Grail..
and a Fish Called Wanda..

SPUE


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From: u3212ahs@elm.circa.ufl.edu (Joe MacGillycuddy)
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If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the rest
of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my favourites
include         

	Reservoir Dogs
  	The Doors (this one seems an obvious choice)
	Fantasia
	National Lampoon Vacation
	The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
	Any Martin Scorcese film...

what about the rest of you?

     -Jose

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I would add "Jacob's Ladder", "The Serpent and the Rainbow",
"Shocker", "Eraserhead", "Blue Velvet", "Fire Walk With Me",
~The Hitcher".
NOTE: NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART!!!!!
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From: fee@cxf111.rh.psu.edu (Chuck Fee)
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Richard Farrar (farrar@firewalladaclabs.com) wrote:
: I would add "Jacob's Ladder", "The Serpent and the Rainbow",
: "Shocker", "Eraserhead", "Blue Velvet", "Fire Walk With Me",
: ~The Hitcher".
: NOTE: NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART!!!!!

2001:a Space odyssey is quite good, and while I personally cannot handle
it, many friends of mine enjoy the beatles' Yellow submarine.

The Grateful Dead Movie is also pretty cool.
Led Zeppelin's The Song remains the same is up there too.

--chuck

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In article <27b3pu$6tj@genesis.ait.psu.edu>, fee@cxf111.rh.psu.edu (Chuck Fee)
said:
>
>Richard Farrar (farrar@firewalladaclabs.com) wrote:
>: I would add "Jacob's Ladder", "The Serpent and the Rainbow",
>: "Shocker", "Eraserhead", "Blue Velvet", "Fire Walk With Me",
>: ~The Hitcher".
>: NOTE: NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART!!!!!
>
>2001:a Space odyssey is quite good, and while I personally cannot handle
>it, many friends of mine enjoy the beatles' Yellow submarine.
>The Grateful Dead Movie is also pretty cool.
>Led Zeppelin's The Song remains the same is up there too.

I'll vouch for Yellow Submarine-- I love it.  Also good are: Apocolypse Now,
Fritz the Cat, Evil Dead II, Aladdin (cheazy, but the cave scene is great!),
Prospero's Books, Terminator II, Slacker, The Money Tree, Akira, and
Hellraiser.
                                     Frog Heaven

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 but the sun is eclipsed by the moon."             /   O   \
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From: Nordso 
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> Joe MacGillycuddy  wrote:
>If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the
rest
>of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my
favourites

Eraserhead.

UGH. its fun but weird.

Just an observation

Nordso
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> Joe MacGillycuddy  wrote:
>If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the
>rest
>of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my
>favourites

AFOAF watched Pretty Woman while dosing harder than ever in his life and
said that it was the fuckin weirdest movie on earth....

just a thought...

SPUE
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        I found the special effects in coppola's Dracula to be
particularly mesmerizing.  Also, anything by David Lynch... "Wild at
Heart" if you can stare at fire for hours.

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I can't believe no one has mentioned Koyaanisqatsi.


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I can't belive that nobody (wait one guy did mention any Martin Scorcese
film) has mentioned The Last Temptation of Christ!  You've either seen
it, and know what I mean, or you haven't and should!
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The Wall
The Minds Eye
Beyond The Minds Eye
Alien 
Aliens
The Doors
Bladerunner
In Search Of The Holy Grail (Monty Python)
I'm Gonna Get You Sucka

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Artsy "mind-trip" movies:

Koyianasquatsi(sp?) by Philip Glass
Santa Sangre
Cria Cuervos
Alice (The Czech version)
Fantasia
The Phantom of Liberty
The discreet charm of the Bourgeoise
The exterminator angel
A Zed and two Noughts
Mary Poppins!
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For the not-faint-at-heart, my personal favorite:

_Videodrome_

Why hasn't anyone else mentioned this?

Also, _Liquid_Sky_ is a terrific movie for the altered, in fact, it's
downright hard to watch when straight...

Nick



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Joe MacGillycuddy (u3212ahs@elm.circa.ufl.edu) wrote:
: If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the rest
: of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my favourites
: include         

: 	Reservoir Dogs
:   	The Doors (this one seems an obvious choice)
: 	Fantasia
: 	National Lampoon Vacation
: 	The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
: 	Any Martin Scorcese film...

: what about the rest of you?

Repo Man, Excaliber, Sleeper
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In article <27a1dkINNg5m@no-names.nerdc.ufl.edu>, u3212ahs@elm.circa.ufl.edu (Joe MacGillycuddy) writes:
> If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the rest
> of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my favourites
> include         
> 
> 	Reservoir Dogs
>   	The Doors (this one seems an obvious choice)
> 	Fantasia
> 	National Lampoon Vacation
> 	The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
> 	Any Martin Scorcese film...
> 
> what about the rest of you?
> 
>      -Jose
> 

Another weird movie is "Parents" with Randy Quaid.. Man, when I saw that for the
first time I didn't know what was going on! It is a very strange movie.

Luke

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From: session@seq.uncwil.edu (Zack C. Sessions)
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A couple of oldies but goodies:

Logan's Run
Zardoz

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In article , 
trux@alumni.cco.caltech.edu (Truxton K. Fulton) writes:
|> 
|> Artsy "mind-trip" movies:
|> 
|> Koyianasquatsi(sp?) by Philip Glass
|> Santa Sangre
|> Cria Cuervos
|> Alice (The Czech version)
|> Fantasia
|> The Phantom of Liberty
|> The discreet charm of the Bourgeoise
|> The exterminator angel
|> A Zed and two Noughts
|> Mary Poppins!


	I've always liked the off the wall ficks, such as:

	Clock Work Orange;
	All That Jazz (now there was a guy who had fun with chemicals!).
	


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ST002649@brownvm.brown.edu (Frog Heaven) writes:
>I'll vouch for Yellow Submarine-- I love it.  Also good are: Apocolypse Now,
>Fritz the Cat, Evil Dead II, Aladdin (cheazy, but the cave scene is great!),
>Prospero's Books, Terminator II, Slacker, The Money Tree, Akira, and
>Hellraiser.

Aww... I was gonna mention Slacker, Money Tree > and Akira.

Ones I haven't seen in this thread are Dark Star and Quiet Earth.

cheers,
cb
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FANTASIA!!!!!!
need I say more?

-- 
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because I don't work there.

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In <27cp5j$91g@vixen.cso.uiuc.edu> cjf49655@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu (Chuck) writes:

>I can't believe no one has mentioned Koyaanisqatsi.



Yes!!!  Koyaanisqatsi is a must to watch! For anybody who likes that, you
should try and find a video called "Chronos". I think it would be with New
age-ish videos (whatever they are...) . It is only 40 min, but it is
sooooooo Tripppy.
I also must recomend Evil Dead II for anyone who like
weird-funny-extreamly-visual horro tyoe movies.


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cb@wixer.bga.com (Cyberspace Buddha) writes:
>
>Ones I haven't seen in this thread are Dark Star and Quiet Earth.

ok, so I haven't seen it yet, but I'll bet bottom dollar that _Dazed
N' Confused_ would also fit the bill nicely.

Yes, I know I'm following myself here, but that's what keeps me
paranoid... ;)

Mutants for nukes!
cb
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In article <27a1dkINNg5m@no-names.nerdc.ufl.edu>, u3212ahs@elm.circa.ufl.edu (Joe MacGillycuddy) writes:
> If we can do it for music why not movies. I am curious as to what the rest
> of the world likes to watch when stoned or tripping. Some of my favourites
> include         
> 
> 	Reservoir Dogs
>   	The Doors (this one seems an obvious choice)
> 	Fantasia
> 	National Lampoon Vacation
> 	The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
> 	Any Martin Scorcese film...
> 
> what about the rest of you?

Tatsuo the Iron Man
Mind Walk
The Trip
Final Approach

Peace,

Matt
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From: THORN004@mc.duke.edu (Jesse Thorn)
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Subject: Re: Movies to watch while wiggin' out
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  Blue Velvet
  Yellow Submarine
  Barton Fink
  Sweet Life
  2001 A Space Odyssey
  anything with a tornado in it 

Your mileage may vary.

--Jesse
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From: Ryan S Hughes 
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Subject: Re: Movies to watch while wiggin' out
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I had asked this same question a few months ago, and here are all the
responses from everyone that replied (once again, thanx all):

Rebel Without A Cause
Cool Hand Luke
Clockwork Orange
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Manhunter-predecessor to Silence of the 	Lambs
The Wall (kinda cliche, but still fun)
Fantasia
Outragous Animation- ***CAUTION*** a 	heavy trip flick!
Yellow Submarine
Skinny Puppy Videos
A Night on Earth
Closet Land
Easy Rider  (always interesting, but may be 	sobering)
Zorba the Greek (late night relaxing) 
any Lynch, most Kubrick,  (Kubrick aiming 	towards you 2's, Lynch your 3's)
If you haven't seen Full Metal Jacket, 	watch it with the idea that it's
	accurate in mind...or watch it with a 	Vietnam Vet who went to Paris
	Island/Wei
My Own Private Idaho
Repo Man (you'll get something out of it)
An old, fairly political film from the early 	seventies called Joe
Dreams  (Akira Kurosawa)
Time of the Gypsies
Cinema Paradisio
La Femme Nakita
Any film by Almovador is decent 
Almost all of Ingmar Bergman's films are 	fantastic.
Where did I come from? (A free movie 	available as a public service, go
	to BlockBuster and look for the free 	ones)
Yor: hunter of the future
Death race 2000 (for those sadistic times)
Eraser Head (impress your friends)
any film by the fab four
There is a Japanese film called (I think) 	Tetsuami (<-I'm not sure about
	this part) Iron Man, that'll knock yer' 	socks off, and it also includes
	(on the videotape) a short Post Modern 	Film at 	the end that is really
	good, it's called Drum Struck... I'm 	warning you, this is a lot of movie
	for a looped person.
My Stepmother Was An Alien
Easy Rider
Flashback
Koyaanisqatsi- no words to mess with, but 	it is somewhat a downer not
in an 	introspective way, but 	state-of-the-world (isn't the truth
	always a bit of a drag)  but very 	exillerating!!
The Last Wave
Fellini Satyricon
Inferno directed by Dario Argento.  It's an 	odd trip at any time.
Just about anything by Ken Russell 	[Tommy, Altered States, Lisztomania,
	etc....]  is good eye candy, but
	kinda stupid too.


I have heard Heavy Metal (a cartoon) is really good, but i can't seem to
find it anywhere.  Beyond the Mind's Eye is VERY good.  Hope this helps.
 You better get started, that's a lot of watching to do.

PosterBoy

Reality is for people who cannot cope with drugs.
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From: GRAU@SSDCAE.mdc.com (Ed)
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Subject: Re: Movies to watch while wiggin' out
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In article <27cp5j$91g@vixen.cso.uiuc.edu>, cjf49655@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu
(Chuck) wrote:

> I can't believe no one has mentioned Koyaanisqatsi.
> 
>
Good "un-wigged" does not necessarily translate to good when "wiggin' out".

> -- 
> Chuck Falzone
> cjf49655@uxa.cso.uiuc.edu
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From: "Daniel S. Efran" 
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Subject: Re: Movies to watch while wiggin' out
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"The Wizard of Speed and Time."

Don't blink.

	---Daniel Efran

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From: ck@iconix.oz.au (Chris Karadaglis)
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gkerde@genix.equinox.gen.nz writes:

>Ren & Stimpy! I've got an episode (the one where they went to an alternate
>reality) imprinted on my brain.

Ah yes... fill up a video with R & S episodes and laugh yourself silly.
"Space Madness" and the one where Stimpy is a mouse catcher (the mouse
is Ren) are my favourites... also, check out the background art in
"Marooned" (the other space one).

Other personal favourites include "Brazil" (a *MUST* see), "The Wall",
"The Hitcher", "Themrock" (if you can find it), 500cc motorbike racing
(the riders are really supermen - try watching it with that angle!),
Monty Python's Flying Circus episodes, "Dogs In Space", "Dark Star",
"To Live and Die in LA", "Blade Runner", and my all time favourites
(besides Brazil),

MAD MAX, and my absolute favourite,

"Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory".
Don't hit  until your stash is half gone...
Cones every time the Oooompa Loooompas come on, and when any kid stuffs
up and is drowned in chocolate. Sing along with the Oooompa Loooompas!

WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING

Do not watch this movie unless you have an infinite supply of Chocolate!
You have been warned! The munchies will hit hard! You have been warned!

WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING WARNING

>Only thing is: I just CAN'T watch TV when tripping - it strikes me as
>this unnatural box spitting out useless shit. My interest just drifts
>away from it... Anybody else get this?

Well, it _is_ an unnatural box, and it does spit out an awful lot of
useless shit. Take commercials for instance... 

>-Greg

>PS. The Christians (tm) demanded that Ren & Stimpy be removed from TV - now
>    it ain't no more :-(

You can thank God for those limey Christians (tm) next time you see him ;-)
Granted though, R & S should not be in a kids timeslot. I'd be happy with
11.30pm ;-)

Shckwish!


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From: Dennis_Monk@mindlink.bc.ca (Dennis Monk)
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>         Reservoir Dogs
>         The Doors (this one seems an obvious choice)
>         Fantasia
>         National Lampoon Vacation
>         The Naked Lunch (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED [my personal favourite])
>         Any Martin Scorcese film...
>
> what about the rest of you?
>
>      -Jose
>

  Well, there's the obvious:
        The Wall

  Also, I like any cartoons (old Warner Bros. esp. (Mel Blanc rules!) )
        Akira was a good one too.
        Lawnmower Man (and anything with lots of graphics effects)
        Dumbo (esp. the pink elephants on parade scene)

  -Den
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From: ah209@Freenet.carleton.ca (Kevin Bede Brown)
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Subject: Re: Wiggin'out Movies
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References: <1993Sep19.162152.6547@seq.uncwil.edu> <27dld0$apo@nermal.cs.uoguelph.ca>  A couple of oldies but goodies:
>
>Logan's Run
>Zardoz
>
>-- 
>Zack Sessions
>sessions@seq.uncwil.edu
>University of North Carolina at Wilmington (Alumnus)
>They say money talks, but all mine ever says is Goodbye.
>

Try t"The Right Stuff" - very fine viewing, preferably on the big
screen. There's an interesting theme which symbolizes the "power"
of individual astronauts, os, er, so watch carefully the scenes of
the interiors of the capsules during the launches.
-- 
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From: ah209@Freenet.carleton.ca (Kevin Bede Brown)
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In a previous article, rh3x+@andrew.cmu.edu (Ryan S Hughes) says:

>I had asked this same question a few months ago, and here are all the
>responses from everyone that replied (once again, thanx all):
>
>Rebel Without A Cause
>Cool Hand Luke
>Clockwork Orange
>Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
>Manhunter-predecessor to Silence of the 	Lambs
>The Wall (kinda cliche, but still fun)
>Fantasia
>Outragous Animation- ***CAUTION*** a 	heavy trip flick!
>Yellow Submarine
>Skinny Puppy Videos
>A Night on Earth
>Closet Land
>Easy Rider  (always interesting, but may be 	sobering)
>Zorba the Greek (late night relaxing) 
>any Lynch, most Kubrick,  (Kubrick aiming 	towards you 2's, Lynch your 3's)
>If you haven't seen Full Metal Jacket, 	watch it with the idea that it's
>	accurate in mind...or watch it with a 	Vietnam Vet who went to Paris
>	Island/Wei
>My Own Private Idaho
>Repo Man (you'll get something out of it)
>An old, fairly political film from the early 	seventies called Joe
>Dreams  (Akira Kurosawa)
>Time of the Gypsies
>Cinema Paradisio
>La Femme Nakita
>Any film by Almovador is decent 
>Almost all of Ingmar Bergman's films are 	fantastic.
>Where did I come from? (A free movie 	available as a public service, go
>	to BlockBuster and look for the free 	ones)
>Yor: hunter of the future
>Death race 2000 (for those sadistic times)
>Eraser Head (impress your friends)
>any film by the fab four
>There is a Japanese film called (I think) 	Tetsuami (<-I'm not sure about
>	this part) Iron Man, that'll knock yer' 	socks off, and it also includes
>	(on the videotape) a short Post Modern 	Film at 	the end that is really
>	good, it's called Drum Struck... I'm 	warning you, this is a lot of movie
>	for a looped person.
>My Stepmother Was An Alien
>Easy Rider
>Flashback
>Koyaanisqatsi- no words to mess with, but 	it is somewhat a downer not
>in an 	introspective way, but 	state-of-the-world (isn't the truth
>	always a bit of a drag)  but very 	exillerating!!
>The Last Wave
>Fellini Satyricon
>Inferno directed by Dario Argento.  It's an 	odd trip at any time.
>Just about anything by Ken Russell 	[Tommy, Altered States, Lisztomania,
>	etc....]  is good eye candy, but
>	kinda stupid too.
>
>
>I have heard Heavy Metal (a cartoon) is really good, but i can't seem to
>find it anywhere.  Beyond the Mind's Eye is VERY good.  Hope this helps.
> You better get started, that's a lot of watching to do.
>
>PosterBoy
>
>Reality is for people who cannot cope with drugs.
>

For another experience of intense stimulations, try watching Elvis
concert films, like his Las Vegas '68 how, or the documentary from
a Vegas show in '70 "Elvis: That's The Way It Is"... you'll likely
be taken by the white-trash (sic) t
time-warp, the often frenetic activity, and you might find yourself
convulsed with laughter. For a more meditative experience, one might
also try the Mike Oldfield concert film, the name of which I don't
recall.

ana amiir wa inta amiir, min byusuq al-hamiir?
-- 
k.b.brown(ah209), manotick, ontario, canada (613) 692-2439