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Yep..we're back. My good friend Buck Cash and I have produced another movie with an interesting message with the intent to cause a little cognitive dissonance.
I hope you listen closely to what's being said.
Oh yeah, and Toby...don't blam it.
This animation brings a whole new meaning to the word LAME. The animation itself was pretty good quality of work. But, the story was boring, it wasn't funny, and message was lame. Schizophrenics hear voices in their heads that tell them to do things and sometimes they are religious images. Well, Duh! Seems like alot of work to state the obvious.
Basically this animation had no entertainment value and wasn't worth watching.
Well, I thank you for your honest opinion. However, I respectfully disagree.
At the time of this writing, the overall score for this is 3.42/5.00, which would indicate to me that quite a few people actually enjoyed it and found it worthwhile on some level, rather than 'lame'.
Many found humor in the roaches, voices, character's expressions, etc., as examples. Even you say the animation was a "pretty good quality of work". (Thanks for that, by the way)
If you found it boring and lame, perhaps you only saw it at face value and missed the part of the message that can be extrapolated by reason and logic that people who CLAIM they can see and/or hear things that not everyone else can are probably having a problem.
This isn't necessarily about people in an institution; It's just as much about people who aren't, but maybe should be or will be eventually.
That doesn't mean all theists are crazy, nor am I trying to imply anything like that. But anyone who claims to ACTUALLY see and/or hear blue trolls or deities (and I have talked to quite a few who claim such things - about deities, anyway) is probably not quite in touch with reality.
Besides, it's not like I'm trying to win a Nobel with this 'toon, I'm just giving people something to think about and having a little fun. What's obvious to you may be a brand new concept to someone else...
Well... this was a really weird movie, but it was ok you lost marks for making fun of Jesus.
Thats right I am a Christian!
First of all. We don't see Jesus (we only feel his presence)
Second. Jesus would never ask us to free their souls by killing one another. Especially Children! Jesus loved the children.
Ther are some other things I'd like to point out, but I don't want to type it all.
So in conclusion, you lost points for making fun of Jesus and making fun of Christianity.
This was a weird one. But I'm not Christian so...
Anyway, the only funny parts were the first two prisoners and the roaches. Kind of a weird idea to make a flash on.
Nice choice of music. The animation was smooth and highly detailed. The first person point of view was nicely done. His voice was a little too deep, but that didn't really matter.
As for seeing and hearing to believe in something. I don't think that's necessary, otherwise what about magnetic fields and relativity. Before relativity was proven, tested, and brought mainstream, Einstein was outcasted and mocked by a majority of scientists.
You were talking about Jesus freaks though, which really do need to get their heads checked. I'm talking about the crusaders, missionaries, and so forth, that kill to try and preach a word of peace. WTF?!?
Still, there is as much proof for atheism as there is any religion. So, believe whatever you all want, just don't force it on me. I'm sure you'd agree.
Thanks for the objective (and favorable!) review. Much appreciated!
I see what you mean on the magnetic fields, etc., but I was only addressing things people 'see' and 'hear' that can't be 'seen' and 'heard' by all and videotaped, which doesn't really include things like magnetic fields and such. Certainly, things can be detected by other means than sight or sound, but I think that's probably on a different track than what I tried to address here. They are valid points to consider however, and it's good for us to engage our brains to explore them.
'Atheism' itself isn't a religion, but simply a lack of ("A-") belief ("theism") stemming from the lack of proof of religious claims.
I'm certainly in agreement with you about not trying to force any beliefs on anyone, including my own. I only make these to balance the views a bit from the deluge we get from all around us in the hope that people will think for themselves, rather than simply abandon logic, reason and proof in order to accept unprovable dogma.
In the end, I totally accept that they believe whatever they want. I can only hope they will come to their conclusions using the evidence available and allow me to do the same, without condemning me for it.
OMG look in the backround at the cockroaches!!
A short film about a park bench
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