On second thought. . .

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Now that I have succesfully proformed my own lobotomy, something occured to me. The ending of Alexander the great is quite anti-climatic. I understand that the world couldn't actually be destroyed in the show, as it has a true historical basis, and the whole dustruction of the world ruled by myth is fairly cleaver, but still... All through out the show any sort of interesting side story is cut off to lead back to the main quest of Alexander. So it turns out in the end, that the entire dialog of the show is based solely on a misunderstood prophecy. After it all, the show was very pretty though. And although the philosophy pretty much went in a circle, it was very interesting and worth the watch. Bravo.

-- Joshua Aldridge (AtlantaJFNA@aol.com), June 24, 2003

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