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No one can be told what the Matrix is...

...because apparently the Wachowskis didn't write it. This post is from 2 months ago, you have to see it for yourself.

Thanks to Tycho at Penny Arcade for the linky link.

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Latigo Flint said…
It's a little known fact that I, Latigo Flint, actually wrote the first draft for Sleepless in Seattle. It was supposed to be a futuristic western/romance, set in the year 2076 at a small mining community on Saturn's largest moon. Its original title was: Sleepless in Titan SAAC Hydrogen Delta A14-2.

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