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The Pirates Have Upgraded, But How Much?

The Pirates Have Upgraded, But How Much?

The Pirates have upgraded this off-season, but by how much?

In 2004 I was in college, and at the same time managing a local movie theatre.  Because of this job, I saw movie previews all the time, knew the release dates of movies months in advance, and got to watch the movies a few days before they were released, which was technically part of my job since I was supposed to be watching to make sure there was nothing wrong with the film (which sounds great until you are forced to watch some Lindsey Lohan movie from start to finish to make sure the film was put together correctly).

In 2004 the movie Troy was also showing in theaters.  Due to my job, I saw about 10,000 previews for the movie heading up to the release date, and by the time the movie came out, I was convinced it was going t...

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