reply to post by FriedBabelBroccoli
Once again, what he says is this:
Some strippers head off to a seaside resort for s break. They are told the legend of a lighthouse keeper whose reckless drinking caused a ship to
crash, killing close to one hundred sailors. Soon after, he killed himself and was never brought to trial. Rumour has it that when a storm comes, he
stalks the area looking for revenge and many people have disappeared. As night falls, the girls are chased and systematically slaughtered by a loon in
a gimp suit.
Not hurricane, storm. Again, no where does the word hurricane appear.
Here are more FACTS:
-on dec 8th he writes:
Here we have a clown killer story from Todd Jason Cook (Rhymes with Sandy Hook) that treads the familiar territory of a bullied school boy
that seeks revenge on those who have taunted him. In the opening we get to meet Jimmy Fisher (Spencer Trask), a high school geek that has a
crush on the girlfriend of one of the school’s most popular rebels. Jimmy has been subjected to various humiliating taunts by the gang of bullies,
so he has lost faith in the humanity of his classmates. However he is flattered and shocked when lead bully Peter (Joseph Pautinos) invites him to a
party. Foolishly, Jimmy accepts the invitation and if you haven’t already guessed, it turns out to be yet another vicious prank. Humiliated and left
unconscious in his boxer shorts, Jimmy finally loses his cool and sets out to seek revenge on those who have taunted him…..
I added the (Sandy Hook comment) before anyone gets too excited...
-on dec 15, the day after the shooting, he reviews "Zombie Island Massacre" in which the lead Character, Sandy, is killed by the end on an island
called San Marie (one of the teachers killed was Ann Marie...dun, dun, dun....)
But are these some tell tale thing? Are we to expect a zombie apocalypse because of this guy's slasher flick review about Sandy the day after...I
don't know, tell me in a few months.
No, we aren't. Granted, there's facts everywhere we look, but lets look at the coincidences inherent in the limitations:
-Dude reviews slasher flicks, so words like massacre, killings, etc., will be prevalent in his posts.
-Dude posts like every 4 to 7 days and writes at least 1000 words of text each time...in which he refers back to other movies he reviews. So, the odds
that any given day he blogs will coincide to a massacre, killing or other significant event that might include the real name or character name of an
actor or context prevalent in slasher movies is heightened.
-B slasher flicks seem to star a lot of strippers and porn stars and apparently Sandy is a common female name for them
Facts? Yes.. Mere coincidences? Also, yes.
Bottom line, yes, facts are facts. But omitting other facts or including irrelevant ones doesn't holistically prove or disprove anything.
on 19-12-2012 by Sphota because: Wrong word
edit on 19-12-2012 by Sphota because: Explained why blogging at least once a week is
Here you go...
Side note, don't buy tablets, apparently they time out open windows so that all of a sudden everything you wrote is gone, you have to start over and
people make snide remarks about what you left out the second time around...plus, I'm a home row typer and this peck, peck, pecking bs
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