>I absolutely loved "Braveheart." Sure, it wasn't absolutely historically
>accurate, but what the heck is?? It sure came a lot closer to the right
>"feel" than any Arthurian movie I've ever seen! And what about "Rob Roy"?
>Sure, it was an awesome movie, but the real Rob MacGregor was not a PC
>peace-lovin' only-fight-if-I-have-to kinda guy! He fought the English
>whenever he could, and LIKED it. He was a cattle thief and protection
>racketeer, and LOVED it! And the villain? HA! Rob Roy & Cunningham met
>one night in a pub, dueled, Rob lost, and they spent the rest of the
>night buying each other drinks! That was IT! No rapes, home-burnings or
>Hmmm. Did I ramble on for a while there or what?? Um, to answer your
>question, no, I wasn't offended by "Braveheart," I rather liked it a lot.
> ... Tom ... [log in to unmask] ... Lancaster, PA ...
> ... I am the laughter in the woods. ...
I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who _did_ like "Braveheart." It's
the reason I was finally able to make my pilgramage to sweet Alba.
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