Alex and Alex Immemorial
There was a live show this nonmemorial Day and Alex Robinson was back in the bunker to help all of us deal with issues that need to be dealt with and not avoided.
A lot of those issues concern our childhood and how our memories of what may have transpired may not necessarily be even close to how we chose to remember. The show, I feel, went in a good direction towards that aim:
Dealing with childhood, false memories and the modified perversions of what’s been buried for so long are but a few of the reasons why so many of us are so dysfunctional. Holy Wood being given free reign to feed us shite while reinforcing memories of delicious truffles has seriously compounded the problem.
Standy by Me was but one of those, which we reconnected to through last week’s show. Rest assured there was nothing accidental about the placement of each and every person, object or word, in the above scenes (or any of them for that matter). Neither is there anything accidental about the innocence most fools would reflect on Andy Griffith’s initiation of one Ronnie Howard, all the while the colors of the “lollipops” and placement of words were meticulous [e.g., “cocky”].
Don’t even get me started on The Lost Boys. Until next week…
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~ by celticrebel on May 29, 2011.
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Tags: anal sex, anal vampirism, andy griffith, children, embedded cinema, hollywood, humanity, lost boys, mind control, pederasty, priest class, psychological warfare, roses, social engineering, stand by me, television, trauma, whil wheaton