Tyromaniac : Truth will triumph in the end... after everybody has left
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Monday, May 16, 2005



Watching the Matrix trilogy, as I did yesterday, one after the other, really makes stand out how bad the two later movie really are. The first movie is full of interesting thoughts and lines. While the only thing that stands out in the other two is the errors and inconsistencies. I have already point out the biggest ones here. But there are some I missed, like how come Morpheus gets to fight an agent on the top of a truck if in the first movie he was ass whipped in a few seconds? Here he didn't even bleed!

How lame is it that the line from the third movie is "Everything that has a beginning must have and end"? Really, Woody Allen did that a long time ago, much better. It went something like this:

"Everything must have a beginning, a middle, and an end!"

"How about a circle?"

"Ok. A circle does not have a beginning, a middle, and an end, but it is also not funny!"

Basically, after watching these movies, I was sadden that Cypher didn't succeed in killing Morpheus in the first movie. He would have save us all a lot of pain and suffering...

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Left I on the News - Join the BUY-cott!.
Jeff Cohen wants to direct our energy in a positive way which sounds good to me:
"Citgo is a U.S. refining and marketing firm that is a wholly owned subsidiary of Venezuela's state-owned oil company...By buying your gasoline at Citgo, you are contributing to the billions of dollars that Venezuela's democratic government is using to provide health care, literacy and education, and subsidized food for the majority of Venezuelans.

"So get your gas at Citgo. And help fuel a democratic revolution in Venezuela."



Interesting idea, unfortunately the Venezuelan government (the one pushing that "Democratic Revolution" you talk about, though I can't see it) says that it doesn't get much from Citgo and may sell it. So, soon, you may end up benefiting some capitalist monster with this idea. Life is full of irony... Anyway, since Venezuela sells 25% of the oil used in the US you can contribute with the revolution just by pumping gas anywhere, that will keep the price up and the government (or someone) coffers full. So, drive your SUV and joined the revolution! (we'll thank you (much) later). All this reminded me of an old girlfriend that said: "A revolution is spinning around once and ending up in the same place you started at." Yeah, that explains a lot!
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