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(Deadline)   Audiences who use less than 10% of their brain make newcomers Lucy #1 at the box office with $44 million, Hercules #2 with $29 million. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes devolves to #3, and the Purge: Anarchy plummets to #4   (deadline.com) divider line 85
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2014-07-27 09:57:20 AM  
I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.
 
2014-07-27 12:59:42 PM  

SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.


This, thought it was just weird.
 
2014-07-27 02:17:50 PM  
Just watched DoPA. Hell of a good movie.
 
2014-07-27 02:18:17 PM  
Frankly I don't think studios are taking the concept as far as possible. Human beings using 100% of their brains has been done before, and the viewing public is looking for new and fresh concepts that put a new spin on the material. What if, stay with me here, there's someone out there who can use 110% of their brain? They would be 10% stronger than some bumblefark using 100% of their brain. Fark everything, we're doing five-hundred percent!
 
2014-07-27 02:18:54 PM  
Don't care about Lucy but glad ScarJo has a hit. Hope the Widow gets her own movie.
 
2014-07-27 02:26:57 PM  

SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.


Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.
 
2014-07-27 02:32:20 PM  
Lucy is certainly Luc Besson's weakest movie to date-quasi-scientific babbling coupled with inadequate frenetic set pieces is the best synopsis I can offer. Very underwhelming. What has happened to the auteur who gave us Leon/The Professional and The Fifth Element? Is he actually dead and now replaced with a shoddy imposter?


I plan to see A Most Wanted Man later this week. It looks VERY promising.
 
2014-07-27 02:34:27 PM  

IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.


I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.
 
2014-07-27 02:42:30 PM  
I saw "Lucy". I was using 100% of something, and I can assure you it wasn't my brain.
 
2014-07-27 02:45:48 PM  
Hercules was fun.
 
2014-07-27 02:45:58 PM  
Still some time to go, but it has been a terrible summer for movies so far. Even worse than last year.  Typically they roll out the biggest and best on July 4th weekend ad this year we got "Tammy".  Didn't think it would be the case at the time, but "Edge of Tomorrow" was the best movie of the summer for me. Still holding out hope for some smaller films.  "A Most Wanted Man" and "Boyhood" both  looks promising
 
2014-07-27 02:46:58 PM  

Mad_Radhu: IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.

I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.


The Fifth Element was harmless though, thanks to its far-future slapstick universe. The worst it did was leave a generation of pubescent boys giggling whenever they hear a girl say "multipass."

Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.
 
2014-07-27 02:50:17 PM  

Mentat: Hercules was fun.


I thought the same. Ian McShane and John Hurt looked to be having fun. Reminded me of the old Sinbad movies.
 
2014-07-27 02:51:22 PM  

Apos: I plan to see A Most Wanted Man later this week. It looks VERY promising.



I wanted to see that movie, but the gf wanted to see Hercules. And holy jesus that movie stank. There was no plot, none of the characters felt appealing (maybe Ian McShane's character). That movie was a certifiable download.

I'll be getting around to A Most Wanted Man most definitely.
 
2014-07-27 02:55:33 PM  

carrion_luggage: I saw "Lucy". I was using 100% of something, and I can assure you it wasn't my brain.


www.gifwave.com
 
2014-07-27 03:08:34 PM  

clkeagle: Mad_Radhu: IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.

I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.

The Fifth Element was harmless though, thanks to its far-future slapstick universe. The worst it did was leave a generation of pubescent boys giggling whenever they hear a girl say "multipass."

Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.


If instead of saying "using a 100% of brain" they instead said "exponentially increasing brain activity"... would anyone be complaining about this movie?
 
2014-07-27 03:13:25 PM  
When does Transformers come out?
 
2014-07-27 03:13:32 PM  
Lucy was fun, I didn't go into it thinking it was art, or "truth" or incredibly intelligent.  I had a great time, and enjoyed the hell out of it.  I would even see it again if someone asked me to go with them, as it didn't disappoint me.  I even gleaned a few nugget that didn't even hit me until the next day. I won't spoil it for people, but I will say that if you don't believe in evolution, you won't enjoy it at all.

/ Still giggling over some of the things in the film.
 
2014-07-27 03:15:06 PM  
If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.
 
2014-07-27 03:16:59 PM  
Was Lucy dumber than "The Core"? The "at 62% she can stop time" certainly seemed even stupider than anything from The Core... was there some redeeming context to that quote?
 
2014-07-27 03:18:36 PM  

Herr Morgenstern: If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.


Fair point.
 
2014-07-27 03:20:07 PM  

carrion_luggage: I saw "Lucy". I was using 100% of something, and I can assure you it wasn't my brain.


Was it your Meat Popsicle?
 
2014-07-27 03:28:55 PM  

Target Builder: Herr Morgenstern: If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.

Fair point.


I haven't seen the movie but I hear she's very reminiscent of Akira but with a completely different temperament and set of goals.

It does look very much like a live action anime.
 
2014-07-27 03:29:13 PM  

Target Builder: Was Lucy dumber than "The Core"? The "at 62% she can stop time" certainly seemed even stupider than anything from The Core... was there some redeeming context to that quote?


Is "The Core" about the Marines?
 
2014-07-27 03:32:55 PM  

LegacyDL: Apos: I plan to see A Most Wanted Man later this week. It looks VERY promising.


I wanted to see that movie, but the gf wanted to see Hercules. And holy jesus that movie stank. There was no plot, none of the characters felt appealing (maybe Ian McShane's character). That movie was a certifiable download.



Damn. I was hoping you'd say that the presence of both McShane and Hurt were more than enough to compensate for the flick's shortcomings. Ah well....Guess I'll Netflix it.

Herr Morgenstern: If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.


If it HAD been anime, I might have enjoyed the preposterous premise a lot more.
 
2014-07-27 03:38:31 PM  
Lucy could have been better, how could you let me down besson
 
2014-07-27 03:41:50 PM  

Esc7: clkeagle: Mad_Radhu: IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.

I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.

The Fifth Element was harmless though, thanks to its far-future slapstick universe. The worst it did was leave a generation of pubescent boys giggling whenever they hear a girl say "multipass."

Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.

If instead of saying "using a 100% of brain" they instead said "exponentially increasing brain activity"... would anyone be complaining about this movie?


Take out the pointless lecture, and maybe make it regarding neural connections, and the end, spoilers next

It's she tripping or time traveling, because if she's actually in the past she killed the human race by introducing who knows what germs to Lucy, therefore she's created a paradox
 
2014-07-27 03:42:48 PM  

Esc7: Target Builder: Herr Morgenstern: If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.

Fair point.

I haven't seen the movie but I hear she's very reminiscent of Akira but with a completely different temperament and set of goals.

It does look very much like a live action anime.


Very much like akira in shine ways
 
2014-07-27 03:53:36 PM  

loonatic112358: Esc7: clkeagle: Mad_Radhu: IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.

I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.

The Fifth Element was harmless though, thanks to its far-future slapstick universe. The worst it did was leave a generation of pubescent boys giggling whenever they hear a girl say "multipass."

Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.

If instead of saying "using a 100% of brain" they instead said "exponentially increasing brain activity"... would anyone be complaining about this movie?

Take out the pointless lecture, and maybe make it regarding neural connections, and the end, spoilers next

It's she tripping or time traveling, because if she's actually in the past she killed the human race by introducing who knows what germs to Lucy, therefore she's created a paradox


Wouldn't a being with nigh godlike intelligence and power to manipulate the physical world A) know the risk of contamination and B) kill any harmful organisms on or in her when she time jumped? It seems like it would be a trivial precaution for so someone with that intellect and power to take.
 
2014-07-27 03:57:25 PM  
Mad_RadhuYou're probably correct, but it was one of those things that annoyed me in the movie
 
2014-07-27 03:57:51 PM  
Please think about the image of Lucy extending her index finger to Lucy...
 
2014-07-27 04:06:00 PM  
Dweigert, are you trying to paint them a mental picture? /where the fark did my ability to quote and use HTML buttons go?
 
2014-07-27 04:12:23 PM  
 
2014-07-27 04:19:20 PM  

Aezetyr: Apos: LegacyDL: Apos: I plan to see A Most Wanted Man later this week. It looks VERY promising.


I wanted to see that movie, but the gf wanted to see Hercules. And holy jesus that movie stank. There was no plot, none of the characters felt appealing (maybe Ian McShane's character). That movie was a certifiable download.


Damn. I was hoping you'd say that the presence of both McShane and Hurt were more than enough to compensate for the flick's shortcomings. Ah well....Guess I'll Netflix it.

Herr Morgenstern: If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.

If it HAD been anime, I might have enjoyed the preposterous premise a lot more.

Google "Elfen Lied".

It was an anime. And a really great one at that. The main characters name was Lucy also. Go figure.

Unless you are trolling. Heh :)


Nope...Not trolling at all. I'd no idea it was adapted from an anime. I'll definitely check out the original now.

Thanks for the info!
 
2014-07-27 04:21:28 PM  

clkeagle: Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.


Perhaps we can just agree that humans use 100% of their brain, except in Hollywood where they only use 10%?
 
2014-07-27 04:28:28 PM  

Apos: Herr Morgenstern: If Lucy had been an anime, no one would be talking about how weird it is and everyone would be singing its praises.

If it HAD been anime, I might have enjoyed the preposterous premise a lot more.


An equivalent anime probably wouldn't have bothered trying to explain the source of her powers... they tend not to be big on animating scenes of pure expositionary dialog. At least, the little I've seen.

loonatic112358: Esc7: clkeagle: Mad_Radhu: IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.

I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.

The Fifth Element was harmless though, thanks to its far-future slapstick universe. The worst it did was leave a generation of pubescent boys giggling whenever they hear a girl say "multipass."

Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.

If instead of saying "using a 100% of brain" they instead said "exponentially increasing brain activity"... would anyone be complaining about this movie?

Take out the pointless lecture, and maybe make it regarding neural connections, and the end, spoilers next

It's she tripping or time traveling, because if she's actually in the past she killed the human race by introducing who knows what germs to Lucy, therefore she's created a paradox


Or completely new neural pathways. The "10% capacity" trope irritates me because it implies that every human being on this planet is one pill/germ/lightning strike away from achieving godlike super powers. Even the cheesiest comic book origin story generally implies a one-time-only set of circumstances.
 
2014-07-27 04:46:42 PM  
Apos:

Nope...Not trolling at all. I'd no idea it was adapted from an anime. I'll definitely check out the original now.

Thanks for the info!


It wasn't adapted from an anime,  Aezetyr was just pointing out that there was an anime with a main character named Lucy, that FWIW had an even more  preposterous premise that this movie.  If the manga is any indication of how the anime played out the story.  I would second the recommendedation in its own right.

I think I can bypass the whole "use vs ulitization" debate in the premise of the movie if I am willing to suspend belief that a beautiful college age girl can be kidnapped in a foreign country (and not have Nancy Grace on the case in an instant); Given involuntary surgery to turn her into a drug mule against her will, but allowing her in a short time to recover from surgery well enough to travel;  Having to then be beaten into coercion by a henchman who was not given clear instructions to not damage the "package"; Thus resulting in the drug bags breaking and  leaking into her bloodstream, but not doing enough damage to her internal organs to send her into septic shock; and instead healing her and giving her vast developing mental powers and leading her on an adventurous chase to do something about her situation... But the idea that using the word "use" instead of "utilize" in the script is enough to completely undermine the "entertainment" value of watching Scarlett Johansson emerge as badass heroine ala La Femme Nikita(for my fellow Besson fans); makes me seriously question how much brain power is actualy being utilized by those making that semantic argument as a reason to not enjoy this movie.
 
2014-07-27 04:50:57 PM  

Seequinn: Apos:

Nope...Not trolling at all. I'd no idea it was adapted from an anime. I'll definitely check out the original now.

Thanks for the info!

It wasn't adapted from an anime,  Aezetyr was just pointing out that there was an anime with a main character named Lucy, that FWIW had an even more  preposterous premise that this movie.  If the manga is any indication of how the anime played out the story.  I would second the recommendedation in its own right.

I think I can bypass the whole "use vs ulitization" debate in the premise of the movie if I am willing to suspend belief that a beautiful college age girl can be kidnapped in a foreign country (and not have Nancy Grace on the case in an instant); Given involuntary surgery to turn her into a drug mule against her will, but allowing her in a short time to recover from surgery well enough to travel;  Having to then be beaten into coercion by a henchman who was not given clear instructions to not damage the "package"; Thus resulting in the drug bags breaking and  leaking into her bloodstream, but not doing enough damage to her internal organs to send her into septic shock; and instead healing her and giving her vast developing mental powers and leading her on an adventurous chase to do something about her situation... But the idea that using the word "use" instead of "utilize" in the script is enough to completely undermine the "entertainment" value of watching Scarlett Johansson emerge as badass heroine ala La Femme Nikita(for my fellow Besson fans); makes me seriously question how much brain power is actualy being utilized by those making that semantic argument as a reason to not enjoy this movie.


Welcome to the Internet. Very rarely does a futuristic movie come out that doesn't attract the scientific accuracy police, bravely watching from the basement to protect you from liking what they don't like.
 
2014-07-27 06:44:06 PM  

LegacyDL: I'll be getting around to A Most Wanted Man most definitely.


I'm interested in that film, as well.  Has anyone here seen it?
 
2014-07-27 06:58:12 PM  
stoli n coke:

Welcome to the Internet. Very rarely does a futuristic movie come out that doesn't attract the scientific accuracy police, bravely watching from the basement to protect you from liking what they don't like.

Oh, I know... I would just rather be amused by it than irritated overall.   I was considering skipping this movie, now I think I'll try to catch a matinee before what I really want to see next week.

I'm looking forward to people complaining that a racoon doesn't have the upper body strength for munitions of the caliber he is carrying, and walking trees certainly have a far more extensive vocabulary than just three words.
 
2014-07-27 07:13:14 PM  
Saw Lucy yesterday and liked it a lot.  Besson's editing technique of interweaving nature stock footage with the action was a better way to narrate internal emotional arcs than, say, the voice-over in "Blade Runner".   I rally got the impression I was watching a novel come to life as a film, int he way the plot and action were structured; something I don't often feel from a film.

  "Lucy" is certainly influenced by Fifth Element, I would say, in that they both have a take- charge girl lead and weaker males supporting her.  Lucy and Leeloo have a lot in common. In LUCY, though, the male characters are definitely more thinly-drawn; it all revolves around Scarjo, and she is absolutely magnetic in vision and voice. Once she gets her first power-up, everything revolves around her, completely.  It also felt like Lucy was a kind of female Neo in the first "The Matrix".  I wish they'd shortened the obligatory car chase and spent more time talking out and developing what she had to say about what was happening to her.


 Oddly, I've never seen this before in a movie, but I caught two typos in the rolling end credits: "aircraft carrier" and "Space Telescope" were both spelled incorrectly.  Aircraft carrier was spelled Aircraft 'Arrier, as if said in a french accent. Telescope was missing the "e" at the end. Was I using more than ten percent? I dunno.  But I've never had typos in a credit roll jump out at me before.
 
2014-07-27 07:15:21 PM  
Welcome to the Internet. Very rarely does a futuristic movie come out that doesn't attract the scientific accuracy police, bravely watching from the basement to protect you from liking what they don't like.

This goes beyond "scientific accuracy" and veers drunkenly into "lacking common sense." This goes beyond "urban legend" and slides into "something I use to determine if somebody has enough brain cells to tie his own shoelaces." You know who actually uses 10% of his brain's capacity? Somebody who had 90% of his brain removed in a tragic accident.

The magic in a Harry Potter movie has more basis in reality than this movie.
 
2014-07-27 07:20:10 PM  

clkeagle: Mad_Radhu: IMDWalrus: SauronWasFramed: I saw LUCY yesterday.  It was mindless entertainment.  Not great....but not terrible.

Yeah.  There were spots where I couldn't help but think "this is stupid", but the cast made it work.  The premise and plot are ridiculous, but the movie embraces that.

I honestly expect no less from Luc Besson. The premise and plot for The Fifth Element were also ridiculous, but if you just rolled with it the movie was fun as hell. I expect the same out of Lucy.

The Fifth Element was harmless though, thanks to its far-future slapstick universe. The worst it did was leave a generation of pubescent boys giggling whenever they hear a girl say "multipass."

Lucy, because of its more conventional setting, is going to leave thousands of impressionable pubescent boys believing there is something to that "ten percent" nonsense. And it will just get parroted again for another generation, irritating everyone who knows better.


It's happened before.  I was in basic training over a decade ago with a guy that looked like the guy from Powder and who thought everything in that movie would be possible if people "could just use more than 10% of their brains."

I blame religious influence and shiat science education in grade schools.
 
2014-07-27 07:31:36 PM  

bingethinker: Welcome to the Internet. Very rarely does a futuristic movie come out that doesn't attract the scientific accuracy police, bravely watching from the basement to protect you from liking what they don't like.

This goes beyond "scientific accuracy" and veers drunkenly into "lacking common sense." This goes beyond "urban legend" and slides into "something I use to determine if somebody has enough brain cells to tie his own shoelaces." You know who actually uses 10% of his brain's capacity? Somebody who had 90% of his brain removed in a tragic accident.

The magic in a Harry Potter movie has more basis in reality than this movie.


I know, and Apes don't know how to ride horses! What kind of bullshiat is Hollywood trying to pull?
 
2014-07-27 07:39:51 PM  

bingethinker: Welcome to the Internet. Very rarely does a futuristic movie come out that doesn't attract the scientific accuracy police, bravely watching from the basement to protect you from liking what they don't like.

This goes beyond "scientific accuracy" and veers drunkenly into "lacking common sense." This goes beyond "urban legend" and slides into "something I use to determine if somebody has enough brain cells to tie his own shoelaces." You know who actually uses 10% of his brain's capacity? Somebody who had 90% of his brain removed in a tragic accident.

The magic in a Harry Potter movie has more basis in reality than this movie.


That's because the Harry Potter universe is set in a world clearly different from our own.  Yes, they look the same and seem to share much of the same history and folklore, but the premise still stands out as, "what if our world, but with magic?"

Movies like Lucy take the lazy side of science fiction.  Good sci-fi will create a plausible, interesting scenario with an at least marginally thought out back story while still respecting or at least acknowledging known laws of physics.  Fantasy elements are often included, but they generally have at least a semi-rational explanation.  See: Harry Potter, The Matrix, Star Wars, Star Trek

Lazy sci-fi jumps straight to, "what if magic happens?"  See: This movie, Powder, Phenomenon.
 
2014-07-27 07:48:34 PM  

bingethinker: Welcome to the Internet. Very rarely does a futuristic movie come out that doesn't attract the scientific accuracy police, bravely watching from the basement to protect you from liking what they don't like.

This goes beyond "scientific accuracy" and veers drunkenly into "lacking common sense." This goes beyond "urban legend" and slides into "something I use to determine if somebody has enough brain cells to tie his own shoelaces." You know who actually uses 10% of his brain's capacity? Somebody who had 90% of his brain removed in a tragic accident.


So your argument is that we should go to the opposite extreme and make the similarly unproven clam that we "use" 100% of our brain's capacity?   And still, this is the point upon which the validity of the movie hangs,  but everything else is completely plausible?
 
2014-07-27 08:00:51 PM  
"My god, it's full of stars!"
That had to be like, USB 5.0
 
2014-07-27 08:01:54 PM  

Seequinn: So your argument is that we should go to the opposite extreme and make the similarly unproven clam that we "use" 100% of our brain's capacity? And still, this is the point upon which the validity of the movie hangs, but everything else is completely plausible?


Even my nine year old son is smart enough to figure out that if we don't "use" [sic -- not sure why the scare quotes?] 100% of our brain's capacity, evolution would have eliminated the parts we don't need, because brain matter consumes a tremendous amount of energy. So if your theory is that some part of that is unused, the onus is on you to demonstrate how and why.

And don't even get me started on unproven clams.

Are you smarter than a fifth grader? No, you are demonstrably dumber than a fourth grader.
 
2014-07-27 08:01:55 PM  

commisioner: Mentat: Hercules was fun.

I thought the same. Ian McShane and John Hurt looked to be having fun. Reminded me of the old Sinbad movies.


Less fun when you know the truth:  http://tinyurl.com/m277uqc
 
2014-07-27 08:18:07 PM  
My understanding has always been that people that use 100% of their brains at one moment were called epileptics.
 
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