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Re: Who's Elizabeth Jean Scott???
• Posted by: Debi   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, August 25, 2005, at 3:20 p.m.
• IP Address: ip70-180-200-180.lv.lv.cox.net
• In Response to: Re: Who's Elizabeth Jean Scott??? (E B C)

You just have to love the internet, who says it isn't
Spy game...what a
> peice of work. An exceptional movie. I had to go straight to the computer
> and look up Elizabeth Jean Scott. It is interseting how many people did
> the same thing. I'm sure she was quite a character with an amazing story,
> just look at what her two sons did.

I really had to laugh after figuring out that there wre all these comments about Elizabeth Jean Scott. I had just sent an email to the person who made the comment about all the errors in the movie and I mentioned that now that there is internet I have found my curiosity has increased, and it was upon trying to find out who EJS was that I came upon his comment. In my mind I'm wondering why the search engine had her name mentioned at this site because I wasn't finding anything on her, and then I scrolled down, saw one and said, oh, there it is. Then I saw another and another and another...

In the past I might have briefly wondered who she was, but the thought would have quickly left me because back then the work involved with finding the answer wasn't worth it. You know, like write a letter, but then only after you figured out who and where to write.

Silly me for thinking I was somewhat unique in my being nosy and curious about something that really makes no difference to my life whatsoever!




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