posted on Jul, 23 2012 @ 12:32 PM
Anyone that reads too much in to a line of dialogue with in a movie about a fictitious super hero with an equally fictitious super villain and
correlates that dialogue to reality or any hypothetical world event as if it were reality, is simply mentally fabricating connections where none truly
This is an incredibly common saying and it has been used in a myriad of movies, radio shows, TV shows, comic books, novels.
It is not possible that "Let the games begin," is merely a duality referring to the football game where Bain's terrorist attack takes place AND the
deadly "game" of cat and mouse that is initiated between Batman and Bain ensuing his terrorist attack? I think so.
I pose a different question: What if he had said "Leroy Jenkins!" ????? Would this thread even exist.
If so, would the same imaginary level of duality to the Olympics have been derived by the popular World of Warcraft colloquialism? I think not.
Now addressing your reference to the last man standing on the football field... and its correlation to the Olympic Games/ WW3... "survival of the
fittest" as you put it.
It seems like you need to do some research on the Olympics as a whole. Check out this link and get back to me: