posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 02:56 PM
I am writing about the story of an individual's life and its relation to the world. Perhaps I will be writing an unecessarily long write-up, I'm
sure, but I will let people sort out the extra information and connect the dots for themselves. "I Pet Goat II", is IMHO an extreme summary of many
things and so my text will necessarily have to go in to extreme detail to clarify the situation without doing injustice to the individual's life.
The individual himself speaks of his connection to the rest of the world, as he understands it - it may not represent the actual physical mechanism,
but it is sufficient to understand the means by which the bigger picture is effectually created.
I will paraphrase the individual (as I understood it), since that is easier, and that will lessen my work at writing up his story rather than refer
to him as a third party constantly. I will occasionally revert to reporting what he said, as I don't remember enough to paraphrase everything. The
individual himself has ocassionally tried to remember his past - and can't completely remember all the details... Some of what I obtained is from
I will refer to the individual in question as the "Focus", and those who watch as "observers".
The focus's beliefs are at the heart of the issue and is exposed by the focus. All I am doing is to expose the focus's beliefs including a long
description of how the focus indicates that his views are exposed to the public. The words are not necessarily always in the order that the focus
spoke them in - he has spoken almost every day for years and years and years. I put extra effort to note specific instances of what the focus said
that pertains to the movie's pieces.
Remember, everything that I have written is the focus's beliefs and opinions (in his own words, paraphrased, since the actual words would require the