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The thing with the audience is that most of the time the audience think that they are not part of the show.
Yet they are.
After all, whenever a show is played it is exactly the audience which decides its playing :-)

As Shakespeare said:
"All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts..."

even the audience part, i would say :-)
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Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
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The thing with the audience is that most of the time the audience think that they are not part of the show.
Yet they are.
After all, whenever a show is played it is exactly the audience which decides its playing :-)

As Shakespeare said:
"All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts..."

even the audience part, i would say :-)
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Very true

The audience actually holds the most power when they aren’t consumed with popcorn, candy and such lol

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The thing with the audience is that most of the time the audience think that they are not part of the show.
Yet they are.
After all, whenever a show is played it is exactly the audience which decides its playing :-)

As Shakespeare said:
"All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts..."

even the audience part, i would say :-)
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
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but the role and the play has already been played

we are only here to tell you that it is over
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The thing with the audience is that most of the time the audience think that they are not part of the show.
Yet they are.
After all, whenever a show is played it is exactly the audience which decides its playing :-)

As Shakespeare said:
"All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his time plays many parts..."

even the audience part, i would say :-)
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
 Quoting: Wyn


but the role and the play has already been played

we are only here to tell you that it is over
 Quoting: SlvrCord


Until the curtains close the show goes on

Even if watching what already played out lol

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Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
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Sorry :-)

And yes, i agree... it evolves in something else.
Hmm...
Interactive net flicks ?

btw:
Netflix was sued over the Black mirror Bandersnatch by Choose your own Adventure.
chuckle
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The one with all the power is the janitor. He knows everything about the owner, the stage crew, the actors and the audience. You can tell a lot about a person by the trash they leave under their seat, at their table, in the dressing room and the bathrooms oh Lord they're the worst.
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 Quoting: *Siberia*


 Quoting: Wyn


but the role and the play has already been played

we are only here to tell you that it is over
 Quoting: SlvrCord


Until the curtains close the show goes on

Even if watching what already played out lol

 Quoting: *Arabella*




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"All seven and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savior-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare"


They come in an call us blasphemous unable to see due to their programming we speak of love, compassion and peace.
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Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
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Sorry :-)

And yes, i agree... it evolves in something else.
Hmm...
Interactive net flicks ?

btw:
Netflix was sued over the Black mirror Bandersnatch by Choose your own Adventure.
chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
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Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
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Sorry :-)

And yes, i agree... it evolves in something else.
Hmm...
Interactive net flicks ?

btw:
Netflix was sued over the Black mirror Bandersnatch by Choose your own Adventure.
chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
 Quoting: Zabar


Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle

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The one with all the power is the janitor. He knows everything about the owner, the stage crew, the actors and the audience. You can tell a lot about a person by the trash they leave under their seat, at their table, in the dressing room and the bathrooms oh Lord they're the worst.
 Quoting: Willow Wood


Well the janitor is also an audience member and has seen the movie before everyone else. He takes center stage even if the audience is long gone when it happens lol

hf
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 Quoting: Wyn


but the role and the play has already been played

we are only here to tell you that it is over
 Quoting: SlvrCord


Until the curtains close the show goes on

Even if watching what already played out lol

 Quoting: *Arabella*




[link to youtu.be (secure)]

"All seven and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savior-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare"


They come in an call us blasphemous unable to see due to their programming we speak of love, compassion and peace.
 Quoting: Willow Wood



“Though the modern world may know a million secrets, the ancient world knew one - and that was greater than the million; for the million secrets breed death, disaster, sorrow, selfishness, lust, and avarice, but the one secret confers life, light, and truth.”
Manly P. Hall,

That is love
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but the role and the play has already been played

we are only here to tell you that it is over
 Quoting: SlvrCord


Until the curtains close the show goes on

Even if watching what already played out lol

 Quoting: *Arabella*




[link to youtu.be (secure)]

"All seven and we'll watch them fall
They stand in the way of love
And we will smoke them all
With an intellect and a savior-faire
No one in the whole universe
Will ever compare"


They come in an call us blasphemous unable to see due to their programming we speak of love, compassion and peace.
 Quoting: Willow Wood



“Though the modern world may know a million secrets, the ancient world knew one - and that was greater than the million; for the million secrets breed death, disaster, sorrow, selfishness, lust, and avarice, but the one secret confers life, light, and truth.”
Manly P. Hall,

That is love
 Quoting: *Arabella*



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“Though the modern world may know a million secrets, the ancient world knew one - and that was greater than the million; for the million secrets breed death, disaster, sorrow, selfishness, lust, and avarice, but the one secret confers life, light, and truth.”
Manly P. Hall,

That is love
 Quoting: *Arabella*



Mr. Manly Hall will always have my respect.
hf
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Well don't make it obvious. The show has evolved.
 Quoting: Wyn



Sorry :-)

And yes, i agree... it evolves in something else.
Hmm...
Interactive net flicks ?

btw:
Netflix was sued over the Black mirror Bandersnatch by Choose your own Adventure.
chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
 Quoting: Zabar


Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
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“Though the modern world may know a million secrets, the ancient world knew one - and that was greater than the million; for the million secrets breed death, disaster, sorrow, selfishness, lust, and avarice, but the one secret confers life, light, and truth.”
Manly P. Hall,

That is love
 Quoting: *Arabella*



Mr. Manly Hall will always have my respect.
hf
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Agree. Brilliant mind and deep knowing of carrying of the flame.
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Sorry :-)

And yes, i agree... it evolves in something else.
Hmm...
Interactive net flicks ?

btw:
Netflix was sued over the Black mirror Bandersnatch by Choose your own Adventure.
chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
 Quoting: Zabar


Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
 Quoting: ^Igor^


I always thought he should have gone with neither cereal and choose some grits or something instead

1dunno1
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Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
 Quoting: Zabar


Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
 Quoting: ^Igor^


I always though he should have gone with neither cereal and choose some grits or something instead

1dunno1
 Quoting: *Arabella*


You watched the movie? It wasn't that bad but general atmosphere around it was vile, it felt like that to me.
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Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
 Quoting: ^Igor^


I always though he should have gone with neither cereal and choose some grits or something instead

1dunno1
 Quoting: *Arabella*


You watched the movie? It wasn't that bad but general atmosphere around it was vile, it felt like that to me.
 Quoting: ^Igor^


I just hate predictability when watching movies or shows. It bores me so I agree with you.
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I just hate predictability when watching movies or shows. It bores me so I agree with you.
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I don't understand the levels of despair in films, even in humorous ones. Our culture is addicted to depression it seems.
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Sorry :-)

And yes, i agree... it evolves in something else.
Hmm...
Interactive net flicks ?

btw:
Netflix was sued over the Black mirror Bandersnatch by Choose your own Adventure.
chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
 Quoting: Zabar


Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
 Quoting: ^Igor^



Yeah, i know that.
But the pirate copy made one possibility available for all to watch.
Sometimes, one simple way is enough to figure out that all other possible ways would bring you at the same crossroads point.
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Good! That's a disturbing piece of film production.

yak
 Quoting: Zabar


Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
 Quoting: ^Igor^


I always thought he should have gone with neither cereal and choose some grits or something instead

1dunno1
 Quoting: *Arabella*



He could only go with what he was scripted to go with.
Basically, he was the one restraining his options by giving the audience very few choices.
:-)
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I just hate predictability when watching movies or shows. It bores me so I agree with you.
 Quoting: *Arabella*


I don't understand the levels of despair in films, even in humorous ones. Our culture is addicted to depression it seems.
 Quoting: pool


Truthfully I don’t watch much tv or movies. The mind is important to guard . It is pretty easy to condition someone by what goes into the heart and mind which is why we should watch what we allow in it. Never been one for watching another’s despair .
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Oh, c'mon.
To me was a bit silly to see a programmer who knows how to build logical trees to have such difficulties in comprehending the "IF" symbol and its ramifications - and the ways in which every action has a reaction or the loops in between the loops.
I mean, if a programmer loses his mind while dealing with this, what should we expect from the others caught in the swirl of the program he wrote ?
Guess he did a good job in writing the code for him to become the disturbance program though chuckle
 Quoting: *Siberia*


You know those annoying ten second clips that were repeating themselves for ages? The viewer of the movie actually has the option to chose the story line. So when his dad was offering him two different cereals the viewer can pick which one and that influences the story. But we didn't get that option with a pirate copy.
 Quoting: ^Igor^


I always thought he should have gone with neither cereal and choose some grits or something instead

1dunno1
 Quoting: *Arabella*



He could only go with what he was scripted to go with.
Basically, he was the one restraining his options by giving the audience very few choices.
:-)
 Quoting: *Siberia*


Well that’s just boring “throws popcorn” lol

I’m going to need little billy to choose the oatmeal. Or maybe say dad that cereal isn’t real food lets go plant a garden or something . chuckle
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Yeah well now the theaters closed cuz Arabella hid the exit signs and the Fire Marshal showed up and locked all the doors from the outside with chains and locks n stuff. Question is did the Fire Marshal clear the house first?
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I have like a large spot that holds water in my yard, what's a good vegetable that likes water? Should I build a hill in the middle and let the moat water the asparagus?

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Yeah well now the theaters closed cuz Arabella hid the exit signs and the Fire Marshal showed up and locked all the doors from the outside with chains and locks n stuff. Question is did the Fire Marshal clear the house first?
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Hahaha!!

The Fire Marshall also serves as the janitor “plot twist”

He’s currently sitting in the back row with what appears to be a shot of fireball? That guy loves his fire. chuckle I think we are all safe in here but I also know a locksmith if we need help breaking the chains.
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Yeah well now the theaters closed cuz Arabella hid the exit signs and the Fire Marshal showed up and locked all the doors from the outside with chains and locks n stuff. Question is did the Fire Marshal clear the house first?
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Hahaha!!

The Fire Marshall also serves as the janitor “plot twist

He’s currently sitting in the back row with what appears to be a shot of fireball? That guy loves his fire. chuckle I think we are all safe in here but I also know a locksmith if we need help breaking the chains.
 Quoting: *Arabella*


That thought crossed my mind. Last I saw he was heading up into balcony to the projection room to put a new film reel in. He's the projectionist too. It's a small venue.

Apparently he made the upcoming film. He always wanted to be a film maker, but ended up staying behind the scenes instead.
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Yeah well now the theaters closed cuz Arabella hid the exit signs and the Fire Marshal showed up and locked all the doors from the outside with chains and locks n stuff. Question is did the Fire Marshal clear the house first?
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Hahaha!!

The Fire Marshall also serves as the janitor “plot twist

He’s currently sitting in the back row with what appears to be a shot of fireball? That guy loves his fire. chuckle I think we are all safe in here but I also know a locksmith if we need help breaking the chains.
 Quoting: *Arabella*


That thought crossed my mind. Last I saw he was heading up into balcony to the projection room to put a new film reel in. He's the projectionist too. It's a small venue.

Apparently he made the upcoming film. He always wanted to be a film maker, but ended up staying behind the scenes instead.
 Quoting: Willow Wood


He sounds like a jack of all trades. I guess we should just enjoy the show then. I do wonder how he made it inside after chaining the doors from the outside ? I guess knowing would ruin the illusion.





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