posted on Jul, 10 2008 @ 07:59 AM
reply to post by billyjoinedat2k8
When the body is subjected to too much trauma, we go into "shock." It is our body's built-in protection, given to us by our creator.
In horror films, this system is bypassed. The poor victims do not go into shock; they are awake and aware of what is happening to them, and the
torture, it seems, never stops. Death even alludes them!
Perhaps this was all done to make us lukewarm, lackadaisical and accepting of things such as the treatment of prisoners in Gitmo and Abu Ghraib.
We look at these and think nothing of them. We've seem much worse on TV!
Slowly, incrementally in the past 10-20 years, we have been as frogs in a pot , and the heat has been turned up ever-so-slightly, and now, we have
compromised our morals.
My best advise to you, friend: TURN OFF THE TV! You are being programmed! (Why do you think they call them 'programs'?)
Your friend is too far gone for help. Perhaps one day, he will be the star of his own horror movie, in a place where his worm dies not (his body) and
there is weeping and gnashing of teeth...