Night's approach to graphic movies


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Mr_Glass.1

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Re: Night's approach to graphic movies
« Reply #30 on: June 27, 2008, 03:56:13 PM »
Shyamalan is the master of character.  His characters seem so real, because you meet people like that.  May I ask why you're a vegetarian?
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Re: Night's approach to graphic movies
« Reply #31 on: June 27, 2008, 06:48:58 PM »
Shyamalan is the master of character.  His characters seem so real, because you meet people like that.  May I ask why you're a vegetarian?

Well, it's not as much a virtuous "I-love-animals' thing as it is a 'When-my-daughter-was-two-years-old-numerous-kid-friendly-fast-food-places-started-serving-e-coli-burgers' thing. Also, I lived in England during the mad cow scare--before it surfaced, and we were all merrily eating our burgers. Now, none of us can ever give blood in the U.S., and we'll never know if we ate the 'mad' beef. I've stopped trusting the quality of food available in the marketplace, I guess. So cutting out meat is the best I can do. Everything else I clean as well as I can. (Ironic that tomatoes are the suspected salmonella source now, I know!) I'm sort of an animal rights person, but not nutso, you know. Mostly, it's that I think animals should be treated with more care and respect, even if we're gonna serve 'em up on a plate with mint jelly!  :D  ;D (P.S. Everyone else in my family is a carnivore.)
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« Reply #32 on: June 30, 2008, 10:26:49 AM »
That's cool, and definately makes sense.  I respect what you're saying and completely understand.  Over here in the U.S. there were people who refused to eat meat when the mad cow disease surfaced.
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