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An “Across the Universe” never run: God’s action — 3 Comments

  1. The pictures really grabbed me. I liked the relaxed guy with his feet out in the aisle, and I was SO curious about just WHAT was going on in the left shot, in the foreground on the left… in the small picture it almost looked like the one guy was being passed up or down as if it were bleachers, but when I clicked on the larger picture it was clear that wasn’t happening, but I’m still curious.

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