Rachel - probably not.
Jim - sure.
Heavy on sentimentality - it felt like a long, earnest walk, where everything is dripping with heartfeltness and meaningfulness.
If Mark Frobose didn't tell me to "ALWAYS BE SURE TO LISTEN AND REPEAT" 500 times
Every time he said "IF YOU WANT TO LEARN HOW TO SPEAK ITALIAN MORE QUICKLY ALWAYS BE SURE TO LISTEN AND REPEAT" I wanted to shut it off
He sounded like a robot. Also he kept repeating the copyright info. WHO CARES?
They also taught me how to say "early morning breakfast" in 5 separate sections. NOT THAT IMPORTANT!!!
Charlemagne's triumphs and follies, presented with vigor
The echo-quotes were irritating at first, but they grew on me. It sounded like the voice of history, emanating from the past
Mr. Charles Goes to Rome
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