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Aeson

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We all know a movie about the Gov. Whitmir kidnapping plot is coming. I think it needs to be a farce. Adam Sandler and his friends need to be the plotters. Chris Rock needs to be FBI agent infiltrator. It must be this way. These morons need to be portrayed in the true light.
 

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Dannyalcatraz

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We all know a movie about the Gov. Whitmir kidnapping plot is coming. I think it needs to be a farce. Adam Sandler and his friends need to be the plotters. Chris Rock needs to be FBI agent infiltrator. It must be this way. These morons need to be portrayed in the true light.
Well, the conspirators were all white, and I think that’s an important part of the narrative.







Sooooo...Chris Rock in whiteface, then?
 

Aeson

Adventurer
See I looked at the ineptitude. Chris Rock being the informate was part of the joke on them.
My concern is if it's played straight at all on their part then some may see them in some positive light. The only ones played straight need to be the Governor and her family. In no way can the movie be used as propaganda for their cause.


Or Chris Rock in whiteface.
 


Dannyalcatraz

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Y’know...if they went ANIMATED with it, they could go completely absurdist with it. Imagine the cast already mentioned, but add in co-conspirators like Sir Bearington.
A pot of begonias. A robot turkey from the future.
 




Scotley

Adventurer
Hmm, those are easy trappedslider, favorite book: Goodnight Moon, Favorite Movie: Lady and the Tramp, Favorite TV Show Scooby Doo, Where are you?

You know, I think it has been a while since I updated my favorites list...
 




Aeson

Adventurer
I've heard this argument; A finite crime doesn't deserve an infinite punishment.

I started thinking about a god that punishes someone based on the level of suffering they caused. Like, you kill someone, you're punished for the length of the life time he/she may have had. You rape someone, you're punished for the lifetime of that person.

I'm still working on this idea. I'm not sure what happens after the punishment is over. I just thought it might be interesting to explore. In The Forgotten Realm the faithful went to the plane of the god they worshipped. The faithless had a place they went. The false became part of a wall around the city of the dead. Am I right?
My cosmology would be more limited. Punishment/ Not punishment
Prime Material
Elemental planes
 


Aeson

Adventurer
The more I think about it the more the logic breaks down.
With the different lifespans the length of time for punishment will be different.
A man causing the death of a human would have less time than one causing the death of an elf.
 

Dannyalcatraz

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Staff member
I think it still works with reincarnation. In RW faiths with that feature, if you do poorly, you come back as a lower life form...coincidentally, that usually corresponds to a shorter life span. Those who do not change meaningfully come back within the same kind of being. Those who improved get to return as a higher life form.
 

Aeson

Adventurer
One of my aunts had shoulder replacement surgery today. She's in recovery now. My aunts and uncles are slowly becoming cyborgs.
 


Aeson

Adventurer
A lot of Netflix original movies are not very good. The Trial of The Chicago 7 looks to be really good. It's the equivalent of midnight for me. I don't know if I want to start a movie that's over 2 hours. I may have to wait until later for this one.


 

Tricks with gods that punish based on crime.....

Steal a silver from a common man is a week's pay. To a noble not even our penny......

Domino effect. Punch a child in a fit of rage once- no longer have confidence and fear any threat while an adult male may learn to stand up for themselves....
 

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