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Originally posted by onequestion
Has anyone else noticed that there is tragedy associated with both dark knight movies? Remember the dark knights thread from 2006? Weird...
How about Heath Ledger? He died after one of the most amazing performances i have ever seen. Then he dies.
Now there is a Colorado massacre on the release of the next one?
What is going on?
Originally posted by Wandering Scribe
The killers won't go away until we stop treating them as cultural and media phenomenons.
~ Wandering Scribe
Originally posted by hottoboggan
reply to post by wagtail
It's all programming. Think of ourselves as living bio computers. Eyes and ears are our main input in regard to movies. We are all connected or at least we all emit an invisible field of energy and connect via those. Think about how many women you see trying to look like or act like an actress. Think about how many wanna-be Eminems or just wannabes in general. These are people who have been programmed to act this way through TV and other forms of sensory input. I think there is definitely a trend of programming people about aliens lately. I know I'm not the only one who has noticed this on this forum too. TV is essentially a strobe light with a slightly changed image every flash. Every screen is. Staring into a strobe light makes you kinda zone out, right? It puts you into an open mental state where you pick up a lot more than you think, especially in the subconscious. Also if there's a TV on in a room don't you notice people will tend to end up looking at it no matter what? TV's have more impact than we're led to believe. Ever notice how a television schedule is called programming? The paid programming at night? Same with movies in theaters. They're flashing light off of reflective screens into your senses. I haven't seen batman but I'm curious to see what kind of message it portrays. Glad to see somebody else thinking along the same lines as myself.