(Kiri continues on)
Kiri: (Speaks some Sirian)
Kiri: (She repeats
what she said.)
Russ: it's Sirian for "there's a party
going on and I'm missing it right now".
Kiri: far off the mark. Okay, we have
a.....ohhh entertaining.....we have a guest speaker
that has just walked in the door. Actually he's
walked in the bamboo. Let me put him on.
(Wing Commander Taal comes on to speak)
Russ: ahhhh, greetings Taal.
Taal: greetings Russell, greetings Skip.
Russ: Laura this is Taal, Taal, that's
Taal: greetings Laura.
Laura: greetings to you.
Russ: one of the people who pilot one
of the ships for example like you guys were watching
Taal: you will have to forgive my
Russ: no, nothing to forgive, it's good
to see you again.
Taal: I only stay for a moment or two.
I am sitting uncomfortably as I still have hands
covered, feets of covered and you calling pressure
suit so I think I drop by and say hello.
Skip: well thank you.
Russ: how's Katrina this evening? (His
Taal: Katrina is being well.
Taal: she is waiting for me, I listen to call in so
I be knowing of her ready for me.
(English is not a language Taal is
Russ: well excellent, thank you for
stopping by this evening, this is great.
Skip: we're honored
Taal: you are of welcome.
Laura: thank you.
Russ: did you just get back to the base
I take it then?
Taal: you may be of saying that, yes.
Russ: so that wouldn't happen to have
been you that was cruising by earlier would it?
Taal: sadly I am no longer in your
Russ: ohhhh, what a shame.
Taal: if you may be of wishing I will
indulge a forgiveness and find for you who was in
Russ: oh that's all right, I'm sure
somebody was just passing by.
Skip: it's not necessary.
Russ: yeah a lot of trouble but it's
just good to see you again. How's the flight's been?
Very peaceful and calm?
Taal: sector over at moment is being of
Russ: oh really?
Taal: so top pilots being of necessary
for area. Unfortunately if things going wrong, I am
in trouble as I am not speaking fully yet of native
tongue of area.
Russ: I see.
Taal: I know few words of. I think you
know more of area's ability to communicate than I
being of knowing.
Russ: only if it's Russia.
Taal: you would be saying, "Si"?
Russ: oh, Mexico, or South America.
Taal: si. Mexico.
Russ: ahhh.....como estas, buenos diaz.
Skip: South America.
Taal: and Brasilia.
Skip: South America.
Taal: "yo creao necesita por yo to
Russ: well if you go down, pretend you're
a gringo from South Carolina.
Taal: I am doing that bad? (Everyone
Taal: you laugh so I know I am being of
Skip: no, it's just that it strikes us
kind of amusing.
Taal: so it would being better of me
Taal: ya'll, si. Yo creao necesita por
yo to habla americano.
Russ: a little better. Well excellent,
excellent and there has been in the history as far
as Mexico goes a lot of sighting, especially Mexico
City, they are famous for
the amount of sightings they get down there.
Taal: and more being of occurring now,
it is being very hot.
Russ: any idea why? I mean it's just
not really that kind of place to be hot for some
Taal: it is because of interest for
exiting and entering due to rotation of planet.
Necessary for entering to be fully aggressive or
combat status so area become hot because of
rotational problems creating many different groups
and organizations entering into area.
Skip: in other words, it's a space
Taal: that being close to correct but
it being of hot there.
Russ: equator wise.
Skip: it's also a window where they can
come and go.
Taal: correct, many different groups
come and go so many different groups interact in hot
Russ: well what's strange is our
flights into outer space all travel out through the
poles if I remember right.
Skip: not anymore.
Russ: oh they don't?
Skip: no, they used to but they found
Russ: would this be the same reason,
even though our craft are a little bit or quite a
bit far behind, maybe they figured
out the same window that....?
Taal: correct, it is cheapest window.
Russ: umm I see, less fuel used.
Taal: that is being of correct. Long
time happening in area for historical reasoning.
Russ: yeah the Mayans and the various
cities down there. Yeah, through the Yucatán
Peninsula, there is quite a bit of history of
ancient aliens visiting those areas.
Skip: yeah, yeah, there is, Central
America, South America.
Taal: and has been hot on and off for
great length of time.
Skip: sure, yeah.
Russ: Incas, Aztecs, Mayans....I hadn't
thought of that though as being a window to come in.
Taal: okay let us being of finishing
due to I have short time.
Taal: are you requesting information on
who in sector?
Russ: no, no, that's okay.
Skip: no, no, we're just honored to
have you here.
Taal: I am thank you.
Russ: take care of yourself Taal, we
look forward to seeing you next time and give our
love to Katrina.
Taal: I being of.....
Russ: and your little one.
Taal: of course.
Russ: I'm a parent now too so......
Taal: I am aware.
(Kiri takes over from Taal)
Russ: so that would also mean
Skip: uh-hmm. Well the equator....
Russ: hi Kiri.
Skip: the equator is the fastest moving
surface of our planet okay?
Kiri: where did she go?
Russ: she went to the bathroom.
Skip: so consequently, if you come in
and go out at the equator or thereabouts through a
Russ: you get thrown out into space.
Skip: you're using the rotation of the
earth to get thrown out but when you come in that
way, it's a softer landing because you're coming in
such a high speed okay?
Kiri: the best way to describe it would
be if you have a ball that is spinning right? You
spin it, and you launch something from it right out
as it's spinning away, it's getting that extra kick.
Now when you come back in and it's spinning.......
Russ: you get the reverse and it brakes
Kiri: that's correct.
Skip: so you get a softer landing.
Russ: so if we look at the ancient
history of earth and we look at various places of
been visited by extraterrestrials that we have been
you would get the Mayans, Incas, Aztecs, the
Egyptians, the Indians.
Skip: close to the equator, almost all
Russ: except for, well okay Africa, you
got Egypt. But in the Middle East you have the
Bible, extraterrestrial visitation throughout there.
Russ: yeah Gilgamesh. Throughout, yeah
that's it. I mean that's your whole planet right
Kiri: here puttycat.......
Russ: that's all you have is India, the
Middle East, Africa…
Skip: and the Hawaiian Islands.
Kiri: (sings some Hawaiian before
slipping into Sirian.)
Russ: I don't think so.
Skip: yeah but they have their history
too of space travelers.
Russ: oh yeah very much so.
Skip: just if you trace.........what do
you need baby?
Kiri: (Kiri is still singing) well you
guys were talking so I thought I'd sing.
Kiri: is it just my observation, or are
all men male chauvinists?
Russ: it's just your observation.
Skip: it's just your.....
Kiri: was I talking to you guys?
Kiri: please don't interrupt me whilst
Russ: well we should know, we're males.
How would you know?
Kiri: Laura observation, are they
always such chauvinistic pigs?
Laura: well I wouldn't want to be the
one to give a definite answer either way but they
are rather entertaining.
Kiri: yes I've noticed that. They're
definitely an interesting subspecies of the humanoid
Laura: the gender is necessary at this
point though biologically.
Kiri: yes I.....we indulge too.
Russ: massively if necessary.
(Snickers from the guys)
Kiri: well I suppose on the
evolutionary chain, we women are at the very
pinnacle and the men are at somewhere towards the
Russ: you got a point there Kiri.
Kiri: one of the finer points.
Skip: yeah, right.
Laura: (Unintelligible) position.
Kiri: true, true.
(Starts speaking Sirian)
Russ: don't repeat what I say?
Kiri: okay, let me put on our next
Skip: thank you darling.
(Karra comes on to finish the session)
Karra: what am I
going to do with her?
Russ: hi Karra. How's it going
Karra: hey, hello, hello, I'm doing
well, I'm doing well.
Russ: this is Laura.
Karra: and you have ice water coming.
Russ: it's going to be a while now
because I just put a glass in the ice box with water
Karra: yeah, do you have any, no that
wouldn't work. No that wouldn't be a good idea
either. I'm thinking of herbal remedies. You want
something that is soothing to the throat, what do
you have handy in inventory please?
Karra: yes that's good.
Skip: darling can I make a suggestion?
Skip: how about onion cough syrup?
Karra: oh yes.
Laura: putting onion in the honey?
Skip: no, slice an onion thin, put it
in a bowl, pour sugar over it and let the juice come
out the bottom of it. That's your cough syrup.
Karra: actually what you might want to
do is to do the onion, I think it's the same way
you're thinking of but slightly different
Skip: go ahead.
Karra: onion, the sugar and compress
Skip: oh okay.
Karra: and drain off the juice.
Skip: okay but I've always done it just
let it set itself and let it juice down by itself,
I've never compressed it.
Karra: yes, to compress it will speed
up the process.
Skip: yes, it would.
Karra: and then mix that with some
honey for soothing and lubrication.
Laura: sounds good.
Karra: okay also garlic, garlic into
Skip: the oil of garlic or the.....?
Karra: yeah, the oil of garlic.
Skip: okay, not the cloves.
Karra: no, well you want the cloves but
you want to drain off and compress and compress and
Skip: and get the oil from it.
Karra: correct. Okay, Leonedies said
that I am a healer, that's correct. I'm here to
answer any questions you may wish about healing,
I am taking my mind off the ambassadorial duties
completely for tonight.
Skip: okay darling, can I ask a
question about natural....
Karra: I would be delighted to.
Skip: derivative in our systems that we
Skip: that's MSM.
Karra: MSM, I'm not familiar with that.
methyl sulfate methane I think it is.
Skip: that's the way it's spelled.
Karra: you are right, the English
alphabet is a little bit strange to me. Ahh
Skip: it's supposed to put sulfur back
into each cell of our body.
Skip: we were getting it through plants
and milk before they started using artificial
fertilizers and homogenizing milk.
Karra: uh-huh, it's part of the natural
system of development. Sulfur is a very interesting
compound. On its own in a raw form it is highly
poisonous and will kill you but in correct
combination with other chemicals it
distills....what's the word? Where you water
something down. Anyway, it gets watered down with
other chemical compounds and everything, it becomes
a very useful one.
Karra: diluted, thank you. However,
straight on its own it is highly poisonous and will
kill you but being diluted down with other chemicals
and the interaction and the chemical reactions that
happen with those compounds, it changes the
structure from the normal sulfur that you'd get from
volcanic activity into a sulfur that is much more
beneficial and aids in such things as digestion,
blood flow, thought processes, respiratories. In
fact it affects the whole entire body in a myriad of
different ways in different capacities interacting
with the different structures of those organs that
are involved. I think we discussed it a couple years
Russ: I don't remember.
Skip: I don't remember it neither.
Russ: yeah go ahead and discuss it
because I'm going to see if I have got any drops.
Karra: okay but what happens is, it
actually strengthens your cell, the
structure of the cell and benefits the flow of the
holding capacity of the oxygen that the vessels
carry. For example in blood which I was just
mentioning, it speeds through the circulation so
that there is more oxygen carried to the extremities
so therefore it benefits the oxygenation of the
blood. Another thing that it will do is because it
is affecting the blood, it will affect the skin
also. As a certain amount of oxygen is taken to the
skin, so the skin will become clearer and smoother.
Again the same thing happens with chondroitin which
ends up in your hair here and aids also in the
regeneration of tissue. Okay let's answer questions.
Skip: yeah that answered the question
for me just fine.
Karra: oh, I was hoping to bring up
Skip: no, from what I understand from
all the information that I've been able to research,
it was developed for arthritis, bursitis and it's
been used in this 3-D world for many, many, many,
many years in the treatment of domestic and animals
and racehorses and so on and so forth to reduce the
arthritis in their joints and so on and so forth.
Karra: and before I go any further I
must apologize for my sister and her choice
Skip: no problem.
Karra: not the ones in English.
Skip: (chuckles) no problem, don't
worry about it honey.
Karra: she is feeling rather full of
herself tonight so I apologize for what she said. I
am not going to translate as some of the comments
were a little crude.
Skip: ahhh well, we all get that way
Karra: yes, I will talk with her in a
little while about her manners.
Skip: go ahead, I've asked my question,
got a good answer on it.
Russ: oh, on that group that we were
researching on the computer?
Russ: now that's only a guess that
that's the group that was being referred to.
Karra: as I said at the time, it looks
Russ: yeah, it looks promising.
Karra: but looking good and being the
actual thing can be two totally different things.
That's part of the reason why I really didn't want
to tell Omal until we were certain.
Russ: well, they look a little vague,
that's the only problem is the wording that they're
Russ: is kind of a
cross between the Zeta and the Arcturians.
Karra: uh-huh. It does, it does sound
like that, it had the unemotional tones.
Russ: but yeah almost.......yeah
kind of political almost.
Karra: yes, more political correctness
than was necessary in my opinion. Not wanting to
upset one or the other.
Russ: right, then they were working
strictly as you know, as "we're progressing towards
the fifth dimension".
Karra: which again has been stated many
times, not by myself, but by others here...
Karra: is for ease of understanding.
Russ: right. So we'll see how that
goes. I'll do some more research on it though and
see if I can throw something up for Omal.
Karra: okay, let's answer some more
Russ: ahhh, Mary Poppins.
Karra: yes? What about Mary Poppins? I
told you not to call me that out of the bedroom.
Russ: isn't that an exercise in fifth
Karra: yes, I would say it definitely
Russ: I would say so too. It's a good
lesson on fifth dimension.
Karra: yes, the bag.
Laura: kind of like Felix the Cat's
Russ: yes, absolutely.
Karra: okay you can say yes next time
and I'll go the next time after that, how's that
Russ: there you go, we'll figure it
Karra: okay getting back to your throat
condition. Okay, what we're going to do is we're
going to do two batches. One batch that will be for
you do drink as soon as it's ready and the other one
to be put in the freezer no the refrigerator so that
it chills but does not get solid. The one that goes
into the refrigerator is the one that is going to
clean it up nicely. The one that will be drunk as
soon as it's ready is kind of a temporary patch.
Laura: that being?
Karra: that being the garlic, the onion
and the sugar.
Laura: oh the syrup?
Karra: yeah the syrup but the one that
is in the refrigerator, or will be put into the
refrigerator, is the one that is going to soothe.
It's going to make it feel all better and it's going
to actually do the finishing deed in making it feel
Laura: do you sense that this is a
bacterial infection or is it more something that
Karra: it's a number of things.
Laura: where it's aggravated in part
Karra: it's quite a few things. One is
that you've been doing a lot of talking and you've
got weakened vocal cords because of your condition,
one is to do with stress and one is a bacterial
infection due to particulate matter in the air.
Laura: and the stress is reducing the
ability of aiding the system.
Karra: that's correct. See, it's a
whole chain affect. If you didn't have the stress,
you would have the throat problem in the lower
esophageal tract but it wouldn't be as acute because
the healing process would work in its normal manner
due to the fact that it wouldn't be suppressed by
stress. The particulate matter which
is part of the irritation has been removed however
there is a little bit of particulate matter that
appears from time to time which is to do with being
in proximity to a combustible source, fire in other
words but that in itself is not so much of a
contributing factor, it is just an irritation that
makes it worse.
Laura: okay, I see.
Karra: uh-huh, so with the esophageal
problem, the syrup will act as a coating in a
Laura: I'll do that.
Karra: Ganja right? (One of the house
Karra: Okay. Okay let's open up the
floor for a little bit more meandering discussions.
How much time do we have left on the recorder?
Russ: we've got 13 minutes and 25
Karra: ohhh we have a stopwatch on it
today do we? Okay, what we can do is, maybe not.
Might be not a good idea to wake him up again.
Karra: yes, Treebeard is....
Russ: sound asleep.
Russ: no problem.
Karra: we may have to rearrange the
scheduling a little bit because it seems if we put
him on early on he's wide-awake but if we let them
go to the second side of the recorder then he's out
like a light.
Russ: no problem.
Karra: (sighs) uh-huh okay, what else
is to be discussed?
Russ: return of my trip from Diego.
Karra: oh yes.
Russ: should have some funds to work
with as far as working on preparing for the future.
Karra: definitely, definitely.
Russ: okay, so on the order of
Russ: we need to work
on....let me get this straight, a stove for the
Russ: to set up so you can cook on it
but also give heat to the house.
Russ: now the question I have for you
was on the water purification wise.
thinking on some kind of storage unit.....
is that still an optional thing that we can work
Karra: I'm having difficulty with some
of your ideas for storage vessels. One of the things
that is very important is that no air gets into the
storage vessel because that's when the chemical
reaction happens and you get stagnant. If it's a
sealed unit that's totally sealed with no air that
got in, that will work but some of the ideas that
we've had as I said at the time they're a little
weak to work with.
Skip: you mean for the storage of
Karra: uh-huh, got to be totally
airtight with no air in them whatsoever.
Skip: well darling, question?
Skip: are you familiar with what the
military developed years ago and they call them
Karra: not my department I'm afraid.
Sounds like some kind of engineering problem.
Skip: no, it's a tablet you drop in
water and it purifies the water.......
Skip: okay? It's a chemical but I
believe the basis of it is chlorine.
Karra: oh Tisk.
Skip: so it purifies any water so you
can drink it.
Karra: sounds like Tisk.
Skip: sounds like what?
Karra: it's a capsule that we pour into
water that purifies it when we're in the field.
Skip: yeah well that's what these were
developed for is in the field.
Russ: what's the harmful effects to the
body, side effects wise?
Skip: halazone? Not one, not one.
Laura: I believe what it is...
Skip: I'm sorry.
Laura: sorry, I believe what is that
you're discussing is based in chlorine bleach that
we commonly use but what it does is adds an extra
molecule or two, I believe it's two of oxygen and
prevents germ growth, bacterial growth.
Karra: yeah, very similar to what ours
does. Tisk is a little powder that you pour into
vats of water. It's only a tiny, little amount that
you pour in and it distributes between the molecules
of the water and I'm not quite sure of the chemical
reaction, I slept through that in class.
Skip: may I interrupt you just a little
Karra: yeah sure,
Karra: the halazone tablets that we got
issued in the service is about the same size of an
aspirin for a canteen of water. You just dropped it
in. You can take water of a stagnant pool and drop
in a halazone tablet and drink it. Of course it
tasted like *%^# but you could drink it and it
wouldn't hurt you.
Laura: it's an ozone
oxygenator I believe.
Russ: so no moss or algae or anything
Russ: so what kind of container would
be the best for that, steel, ceramic, wood?
Skip: I would say steel, plastic lined.
Karra: yeah, yeah, that would work.
Skip: because steel is not going
to....plastic breaths. I don't care what it is,
plastic breaths okay? And if it breaths, that means
you're allowing air from the outside in and your
algae can grow. Steel can't breathe but by lining it
with plastic, even if you put a plastic bag inside
of it, once you seal it, it's sealed, nothings going
to get in.
Karra: and that's very, very important.
That's what's been giving me the big concerns.
Skip's given us the keys.
Skip: I'm sorry?
Karra: you've given us the keys that we
Skip: okay. I would suggest, now this
is just a suggestion, I would suggest open top drums
that the lid has got a rubber seal and when you put
it down and put the band around it it seals
Karra: in fact, the best way would be
to fill it so that it reaches the point where it is
actually overflowing when you put it on.
Skip: yeah and it squishes the water
out when you put the lid on.
Karra: yeah, which means the air is not
Skip: there you go.
Russ: good work, excellent.
Karra: yeah, because that's my biggest
concern is the air getting in there and the chemical
reaction that can occur.
Skip: and once you open them, you go
through 55 gallons of water in very short time.
Because okay I'll tell you, let me give you a for
instance. In my camping trailer, I've got two 30
gallon tanks in there that I can fill with water.
They run out before the week runs out. So that's
actually over 60 gallons of water we use in a week's
Russ: but what are using it for,
drinking, washing dishes, showers?
Skip: no we don't shower, we don't
shower. It flushes the pot, doing dishes which done
once every two days, drinking and cooking with and
Skip: so that gives you kind of a rule
of thumb to work with. Am I right or wrong darling?
Karra: you sound right. (To Laura) take
a deep breath, go...does that feel a little better?
Karra: I thought so.
Russ: okay another thing we're working
on is a generator.
Karra: generator, you'll have to ask
Kiri about that as long as she can keep from
strangling Daniel at the moment.
Laura: where's the petrol going to come
from for the generator?
Karra: got some problems there.
Russ: how about diesel?
Skip: okay, your new gasoline's you
don't have problems storing it, there is no lacquers
in it, there's no lead in it. Unleaded gasoline is
clear and you can use it in gas stoves, you can use
in lanterns, you can use it in engines, it's what we
used call white gas when I was a kid because there
was no lead in it. Now they've taken the lead out of
gasoline, gasoline will store for up to about five
years without varnishes.
Russ: excellent, that'll work fine.
Skip: yeah and if you want to store it
longer than that, there is a chemical that you can
pour in it that the varnishes will never form.
Laura: yeah stabilizers.
Russ: okay, I think five years would be
more than adequate though.
Skip: oh yes definitely. Well you can
store....well stop and figure out Russ, people store
snowblowers over the summer and fire them up in the
Karra: and boats over the winter and
fire them up in the summer.
Skip: that's correct, lawnmowers and
gasoline doesn't form any varnishes anymore.
Russ: okay good.
Skip: the lead was what was building
Russ: well thank you Karra.
Karra: no problem, no problem. I've
done my point for little bit.
Skip: thank you darling.
Karra: oh you're welcome, you're
Skip: the reason I was giggling a
little earlier about that gentleman being on the
wrong side of pushing things and for her to be nice,
I was laughing about a situation in my own personal
Karra: oh I didn't even even hear you
start talking. I'm talking and watching Kiri get a
little irked and upset concerning the bamboo. This
is going to be interesting to watch explained away.
Skip: they've always got an excuse.
Karra: yes. An image that springs to
mind is young Georgie Washington with his axe and
the apple tree or the cherry tree.
Skip: yeah the cherry tree.
Skip: I cannot tell a lie.
Karra: you wanna bet?
Karra: okay, let's open the floor up to
as they say relaxed format according to Omal
tonight. Let's open the floor up.
Russ: sure, what about the new "Star
Karra: I don't think it's going to be
Skip: doesn't it have some more stuff
in it than the original?
Russ: a little more computer animated
Karra: yeah but I think that may be
Russ: but the emphasis is going to be
more on the Jedi factor this time than it has been
Skip: why are they doing this, why are
they remaking it and re-issuing it?
Laura: there's nine parts to the story.
Russ: yeah, there's three trilogies.
This is the first part of the trilogy, we saw the
middle part already. So we're going to the very
front part of the story, well before the other one
Skip: I didn't realize that.
Laura: yeah, it all began in the middle
Russ: yeah we saw four, five and six
was "Return of the Jedi" and all that stuff. What
were seeing now is episodes one, two and three.
Skip: oh for crying out loud.
Laura: it's interesting in what.......I
kind of heard the inside scoop when it's first
started being filmed is that it's based on the light
and the dark entirely what it's about. Bottom line
is the force, then there is the light side, the dark
side, there is great compassion.
Skip: okay, all right.
Russ: so this should have a good
interesting fact on the earth right?
Karra: uh-huh, I'm hoping but I think
that the special-effects are going to override a lot
Karra: yeah, story.
Skip: yeah could be, could be.
Karra: yeah, because I mean it's going
to be the first movie that has the intense computer
generated effects and I mean they're going to be
intense. From what I speculate and from what I've
seen with the aid of Russ, it's going to definitely
Laura: well at the time in '77, did
"Star Wars" for what it did with the first movie,
did it not overwhelm the audiences but still it's
led to years and years of discussion?
Karra: yeah I think you're very correct
there that it will lead to years and years of
Laura: on that philosophical level.
Karra: yes, you are correct but the
initial impact I think will be overwhelming. It took
a long time for the actual story and the
philosophical side of "Star Wars" to actually sink
in. It took I should say at least 10 years for it to
really sink in of what happened before they started
discussing "well what did they mean when they talk
about the force? What is the force?" There was a
light discussion but in this case I think because it
already exists, that people may go "oh, well we've
already discussed that", it may not increase the
awareness for a while. Everybody's going to be
looking at the special-effects and saying, "how did
they do that? Why did they do that? What does that
explosion and how do they intertwine it with the
story?" That's going to be the first reaction before
people sit down and later on say with their kids,
"oh, well when I went and saw that in '99". (an
alarm goes off) Is somebody getting paged?
Russ: no, that means the tape's getting
Karra: oh, but yeah it's going to take
some time for it to sink in on what actually
happened, what is actually trying to be said.
Russ: hmmm, now is it possible that
there will be more of an emphasis on the force
itself though? People asking themselves which side
of the force am I on?
Karra: no, I don't see that
Karra: I see people being overwhelmed
by the special-effects as they were, as Laura quite
rightly pointed out back in 1977 when it first
appeared in the "Star Wars" trilogy. I think the
special effects to draw a crowd is going to be the
key factor. They expect from "Star Wars" bigger and
better. We had....was it last year the release of
the enhanced version?
Skip: I think it was or two years ago.
Karra: yeah and this is coming close on
the heels and they've already seen what the
special-effects are going to be so to improve on
that what have they got to do? They've got to do
better, bigger and brighter and louder and sharper
and more dramatic which means that it's going to
Skip: and a better storyline.
Karra: storyline may not be as
important as the special-effects as they want. Yes I
am very much like my sister sometimes.
Russ: it's interesting with Kosovo and
everything going on, is people are going to be able
to relate more to that movie now than they could of
in prior times.
Laura: I think the overall
consciousness at this point are people is going to
see this, there is also a seeking for more meaning
to life itself in a way with the millennium
approaching to use a cliche, rather then in '77 it
was very much a me oriented decade.
Russ: that's true, that's a good point.
Karra: uh-hmm, I think so too.
Laura: so I think it will be going to
be split down the center for right now.
Karra: this is going to be entertaining
because I know that Laura probably hasn't been
picked up that clearly on the recording.
Russ: yeah, I was thinking the same
thing. Well I'll stretch my imagination out.
Laura: a very faint voice.
Karra: yes very faint. (whispers) We'll
whisper very quietly. As Tia might say, "be very,
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