reel.deal wrote:nonho, it IS an art thing... everything you said is true... but we havent lived the life.
we havent earned the right... no thread is derailed, we are not 'poisoned by association'.
yeah, clarity must be clear & concise, but after 10 years centre-stage,
i'd be blase or offhand aswell... least he's got a book out, even if it is
reel.deal wrote:"haven't lived the life /earned the right"...
i mean, me & you. joined mid-2010, latecomers, not originators or immersed in TVFakery history.
unlike Nico, or brianv...
reel.deal wrote:all i can say is he's the central character in the play,
and plays on the double/triple agent guessing games. ?
Nico Haupt... genuine, or fake ?
its not my 'job' to 'convince' or 'persuade'; like a 'defence lawyer'; nor hold newbies' hand & walkthrough
the CGI 9/11 playstation 'game'
Burningame wrote:What could be the reason for writing in this manner? Do they think it will somehow ‘protect’ them from consequences? If they are smart enough to figure this shit out all by themselves, they must realise their style must severely curtail the number of people their message will reach.
Moreover, as Nonho says above, evidence of this technique is abundant across all spectrums of our society: obfuscation, lack of clarity, ‘your way of writing [or whatever] is as good as mine’ - and it’s the reader’s fault if they just don’t ‘get’ it; everything can be, and is, ‘art’. Bullshit. I’m old school, and I don’t give a fuck about mash-ups and style when it comes to discussing the way this world works in reality. As if we don’t have enough mud in the water already!!! The truth - this thing that is so huge at the moment - demands clarity. That’s why I’ll take September Clues-style clear, straight talking any day.
Da Vinci’s quote “simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” comes to mind.
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