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AM news: two halves, two big boats

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Daily News reporter Gerry Gittelson goes to Rock N Roll Fantasy Camp with Roger Daltrey, Kiss guitarist Bruce Kulick and Bad Company drummer Simon Kirke and lives to tell the tale.

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Everybody is all excited about theQueen Mary and Queen Mary II floating near each other. Everybody except us, that is. Insert ships-passing-in-the-night joke here.