Why are you still in character?

11 responses to “Why are you still in character?

  • delendaestziobot

    This one goes out to the CIA…. LSD and Shrooms are boring man, try some SIDDHARREICH instead! I would not not touch that that CIA shit with a ten foot pole, you fucking bitches….

  • delendaestziobot

    Tropic Thunder is a realistic look-behind-the-scenes of the making of the Vietnam Opera, which was known as the “Vietnam War”….The question is why are the actors in the Vietnam Opera still in character? The show’s over…Why are you still in character?

    • Rohan

      My Father was in the Australian Military for 21 years, a ”Vietnam Veteran” who took his own life in 87. ”P.T.S.D.” Was the eventual label and reason given. I would like to know your thoughts on this, and why you think a large number ”Vietnam Vets” take this direction. I have similar views, yet because of my personal experience struggle to separate myself from this particular ”story”.

      • delendaestziobot

        Those in the “military” are the biggest liars on earth…. I am certain that there is some difficulty keeping up the act after they return from the Opera, that difficulty in keeping up the facade and staying in character would cause stress. The other point is that “vets” are more likely to take their own life because they are rather useless to begin with and redundant, that is why they join the military, because they are already redundant in society, redundancy is the main factor in human suicide. Military Operations (Operas) may be able to employ humans for a period of time but when the show is over the actors just go back to be useless and redundant actors in society.

  • delendaestziobot

    Statistically a work site in civil society is more dangerous and traumatic than a “war-zone”…. So the claim of post trauma associated with “war zone” experiences must be less than those associated with a normal work place environment. Its more brave and courageous to drive a vehicle to work in peak hour traffic in your average city than to drive a vehicle in a “war zone”….

  • delendaestziobot

    Usually standard military personal are recruited from the ranks of the unemployed. There is a higher rate of suicide amongst the ranks of the unemployed to begin with.

  • delendaestziobot

    A great cameo performance from Tom Cruise (Born on the 4th of July) as the Jewish Hollywood Film Director in Tropic Thunder….Very amusing.

  • Rohan

    Yes, a ”war” of unemployed alcoholics!

    • delendaestziobot

      Exactly….It’s an effective story to cover for a multitude of profitable activities, just look at any RSL in Australia – Gambling, Tobacco and Alcohol dens. At a deeper level: Heroin, Acid, etc. Vietnam Vets were recruited after the Opera for distribution and promotion of drugs and other criminal activities…It’s very difficult to promote criminal activities and degeneracy on a wide scale, alot effort goes into creating the right conditions and environment for these things to take hold and thrive.

      Lest We Forget….

  • K. von Kanwetzburg

    This is a good parody of reality. But for those who are scared about a “nuclear” apocalypse, etc. there will not be a 3rd world war. Why? Because it already happened. Ragnarok 1945. The final decisive battle of all time. Ending conscious humanity as it was once known — those who were once human appear to be ended already. Now there is nothing. Only a few of us… AND I MEAN THAT; AN AWFUL FEW OF US, versus a roboticized global population.

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