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Bobs Bobby of Almost Heaven, West Virginia, writes
Q. Have you ever watched a film that was so forgettable
that you accidentally watched it a second time?
A. Yes, I remember the first time I saw, Jaws 2, in the cinema.
It was so disappointing that mid-way through the film,
I got up & walked out of the theater;
went to the lobby,
asked to see the manager,
& bought a ticket to see Jaws 2,
which I had heard was pretty good.
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