Stupidity breeds with us. People invent these things looking to make a name for themselves or at least a buck, but do they once consider the damage it can cause.
Then what should I trust just myself - maybe family member, some close friends? And maybe I should go to live in a cellar? And never speak with stranger, never look at pictures, never watch news? Never read newspapers?
I just found the movie Manchurian Candidate online. I don't know if I'm allowed to link to it, so I better not. It's easy to find on google. The scene is about 4/5ths the way through...close to the end. They go through and erase faces, clothes, etc. and make Denzel into the candidate as their coming though the security entrance to the big ending when he....I won't tell the end, just in case someone hasn't see it. It looks like they're doing everything in real time as they're coming in. It was made in 2004. Think I'll watch it again. Good movie.
Originally posted by darkdays4u
reply to post by Puzzlemaniac
I have watched the Manchurian Candidate but can not remember what happened then although I don't doubt you are right. Must re-watch it.
It is scary, the absence of something may be enough to start wars, convict people etc.
The old days before technology was so invasive seem like a distant memory now. We are heading into realms to which we seem incapable of being responsible with the gift of invention.