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2020-07-03 11:49:24 PM  
All those Lovecraft and zombie films? Training for 2020
 
2020-07-04 12:31:14 AM  
I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.
 
2020-07-04 6:04:00 AM  

AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.


I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.
 
2020-07-04 6:17:33 AM  
So people who enjoy watching movies with apocalyptic events, enjoy apocalyptic events.
Those people who enjoy survival stuff, enjoy when they get to use their survival skills.
Did the psychologists ever think that these are the reasons they like watching those movies, and not that the movies have improved their ability to deal with this stuff? But instead it's because of the simple fact that they were already into this stuff to begin with?
 
2020-07-04 6:19:02 AM  
This is anecdotal, but I've been in the haunt industry for 23 years (prop and costume maker, performer, management) and currently work for a company that runs 3 attractions in Vegas, and you know...most of us in the industry are kinda sanguine about probably not opening this year and the whole mess in general. Just about everybody's taking precautions, distancing, nobody's panicking even though some are experiencing some financial hardship (fortunately we pay our actors decently, it's helped them through this, at least somewhat).

The whole industry is also laughing its collective ass off about people whining about wearing little cloth masks - try a huge, poorly-ventilated, mobile-jaw, foam-lined, latex-covered mask while running around for 7 hours you little babies. None of us has died during season yet.
 
2020-07-04 6:19:39 AM  
Headline needs more asterisks.
 
2020-07-04 6:27:21 AM  

KodosZardoz: So people who enjoy watching movies with apocalyptic events, enjoy apocalyptic events.
Those people who enjoy survival stuff, enjoy when they get to use their survival skills.
Did the psychologists ever think that these are the reasons they like watching those movies, and not that the movies have improved their ability to deal with this stuff? But instead it's because of the simple fact that they were already into this stuff to begin with?


I'm sure no one with an advanced degree accounted for that in this study.

You should totally let them know.
 
2020-07-04 6:27:41 AM  
LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?
 
2020-07-04 6:28:00 AM  
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2020-07-04 6:28:15 AM  
I knew watching a horror movie I've never seen before, every day of October, for the last ten years was for something!!
 
2020-07-04 6:29:46 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: I'm sure no one with an advanced degree accounted for that in this study.

You should totally let them know.


The "study" is published in something called "Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture". No "advanced degrees" there, just a bunch of failed Steven Kings.
 
2020-07-04 6:30:40 AM  

pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?


Deciding to become an axe murderer versus one using Rube Goldberg traps?
 
2020-07-04 6:31:37 AM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: KodosZardoz: So people who enjoy watching movies with apocalyptic events, enjoy apocalyptic events.
Those people who enjoy survival stuff, enjoy when they get to use their survival skills.
Did the psychologists ever think that these are the reasons they like watching those movies, and not that the movies have improved their ability to deal with this stuff? But instead it's because of the simple fact that they were already into this stuff to begin with?

I'm sure no one with an advanced degree accounted for that in this study.

You should totally let them know.


From the article, it certainly doesn't sound like it. Then again, it is the Daily News. I didn't click the link to the study.
 
2020-07-04 6:31:47 AM  

KodosZardoz: So people who enjoy watching movies with apocalyptic events, enjoy apocalyptic events.
Those people who enjoy survival stuff, enjoy when they get to use their survival skills.
Did the psychologists ever think that these are the reasons they like watching those movies, and not that the movies have improved their ability to deal with this stuff? But instead it's because of the simple fact that they were already into this stuff to begin with?


No, because the psychologists were too busy thinking like psychologists so they could do psychologist stuff.
 
2020-07-04 6:38:50 AM  

born_yesterday: pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?

Deciding to become an axe murderer versus one using Rube Goldberg traps?


I mean what's stopping you from helping yourself to their possessions after brutally murdering them? I bet Jason Voorhees is doing rather well for himself.
 
2020-07-04 6:38:53 AM  

born_yesterday: pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?

Deciding to become an axe murderer versus one using Rube Goldberg traps?


I have yet to see a horror film that is remotely usable as a manual for good tactics or strategy. In all I've seen, everyone keeps doing stupid things to the end, and the end is decided by pure luck.
 
2020-07-04 6:41:33 AM  

pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?


Less squeamish about cracking open your rich neighbor's skull and feasting on the goo inside.
 
2020-07-04 6:44:20 AM  

LowbrowDeluxe: pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?

Less squeamish about cracking open your rich neighbor's skull and feasting on the goo inside.


username.
 
2020-07-04 6:47:33 AM  

KodosZardoz: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: KodosZardoz: So people who enjoy watching movies with apocalyptic events, enjoy apocalyptic events.
Those people who enjoy survival stuff, enjoy when they get to use their survival skills.
Did the psychologists ever think that these are the reasons they like watching those movies, and not that the movies have improved their ability to deal with this stuff? But instead it's because of the simple fact that they were already into this stuff to begin with?

I'm sure no one with an advanced degree accounted for that in this study.

You should totally let them know.

From the article, it certainly doesn't sound like it. Then again, it is the Daily News. I didn't click the link to the study.


Just flipped thru the link. Evidently, that was one of the things they tested. Yes, it turns out there is a direct correlation between having a morbid curiosity and watching morbid films and television. Wow. They spent money and tested that. However, the study found that those with a morbid curiosity didn't seek out more coronavirus info than anyone else. They just looked up more pics of mangled bodies and such.
So, in the end, the guy with the advanced degree didn't know if people who enjoy horror actually watch horror movies and so he tested it as part of the study.
 
2020-07-04 6:53:28 AM  

pup.socket: born_yesterday: pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?

Deciding to become an axe murderer versus one using Rube Goldberg traps?

I have yet to see a horror film that is remotely usable as a manual for good tactics or strategy. In all I've seen, everyone keeps doing stupid things to the end, and the end is decided by pure luck.


So real life then?
 
2020-07-04 6:55:29 AM  

Salmon: LowbrowDeluxe: pup.socket: LOL, how does your penchant for horror films help you "cope" if you're out of a job and money?

Less squeamish about cracking open your rich neighbor's skull and feasting on the goo inside.

username.


Hey now.  Puppies would be a step too far.
 
2020-07-04 6:59:50 AM  

Yulian: This is anecdotal, but I've been in the haunt industry for 23 years (prop and costume maker, performer, management) and currently work for a company that runs 3 attractions in Vegas, and you know...most of us in the industry are kinda sanguine about probably not opening this year and the whole mess in general. Just about everybody's taking precautions, distancing, nobody's panicking even though some are experiencing some financial hardship (fortunately we pay our actors decently, it's helped them through this, at least somewhat).

The whole industry is also laughing its collective ass off about people whining about wearing little cloth masks - try a huge, poorly-ventilated, mobile-jaw, foam-lined, latex-covered mask while running around for 7 hours you little babies. None of us has died during season yet.


🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤🖤
 
2020-07-04 7:03:50 AM  
Watching horror movies on Amazon Prime, Netflix, Tubi, and Vudu(if you can finish the first 30 minutes of any of them), will pretty much make you immune to all the farked up stuff going on now.
 
2020-07-04 7:12:50 AM  
Wait. This whole article is actually BS. The study linked didn't have over 300 subjects, it had 162. And there is nothing in the study about how people with a high morbid curiosity deal with these things any better than anyone else. In fact, the PhD candidate who did the study hardly makes no mention of it. It's just who likes what genres of entertainment and how much real info they have searched about the current pandemic.

Per the study:
In this study, I investigated how individual differences in trait morbid curiosity relate to media preferences in the midst of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. In particular, I explored whether trait morbid curiosity was related to an increased interest in 1) factual information about Coronavirus that was specifically morbid, 2) more general factual information about Coronavirus, 3) pandemic/virus genres of films and TV shows, and 4) genres of film and TV shows that feature threat more broadly, such as horror and thrillers.

Now can we stop linking to the NYPost unless it's something like pizza rat or crazy subway guy?
 
2020-07-04 7:13:24 AM  

ForceIsStrong: So real life then?


Not really, one young couple seem to have a guaranteed escape.
 
2020-07-04 7:13:32 AM  

Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.


I've seen enough to know not to say, "You guys wait here while I check the basement."
 
2020-07-04 7:15:41 AM  
Mostly don't find horror movies too interesting, and still handling things ok? SO loves them but I can only laugh at cheese so much, (99% of them) truly scary movies are few and far inbetween, and for the most part they're only scary the first time. They don't make movies like Alien and Jaws much these days, movies that are still fun to watch even when you know what's coming. Also I'm not 12 anymore and no movie is going to scare me more than looking at a delicious jalapeno laden pizze while pondering acid reflux. Walking Dead had some quality moments with the whole 'kill off main characters' novelty at first, but eventually got stale and I lost interest in the comic and show both times right after dude was brained in by Lucille (ya farked up Kirkman).

Scariest movie I've seen in the last 10 years: Insidious. I don't know why I found it so spooky, and never watched the sequels. I've had sleep issues all my life and something about getting trapped in a lucid dream and the invisible sleep demon broke through the cynic shell and resonated hard in unreasonable ways. Still makes my skin crawl, and it wasn't even that good!

Ok maybe Coronavirus is getting to me a bit. I have begun getting squirrely inside public buildings, seeing almost no one wearing masks. My new dentist coughed directly into my mouth a week ago. Going to have to polish up the resume because work doesn't seem like it will be returning this year. I think I'll go watch 'US (2019)' and pretend I don't live around a bunch of 'zombie bait/let's split up and look for the sound/what's behind this weird door' people for an hour or two. Looks like it has good ratings.
 
2020-07-04 7:24:47 AM  

KodosZardoz: Wait. This whole article is actually BS. The study linked didn't have over 300 subjects, it had 162. And there is nothing in the study about how people with a high morbid curiosity deal with these things any better than anyone else. In fact, the PhD candidate who did the study hardly makes no mention of it. It's just who likes what genres of entertainment and how much real info they have searched about the current pandemic.

Per the study:
In this study, I investigated how individual differences in trait morbid curiosity relate to media preferences in the midst of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. In particular, I explored whether trait morbid curiosity was related to an increased interest in 1) factual information about Coronavirus that was specifically morbid, 2) more general factual information about Coronavirus, 3) pandemic/virus genres of films and TV shows, and 4) genres of film and TV shows that feature threat more broadly, such as horror and thrillers.

Now can we stop linking to the NYPost unless it's something like pizza rat or crazy subway guy?


I have a feeling you're one of those people that interrupts someone  telling an epic story at a party to call BS

Weeeeeee U caught a liar.....
Sorry I don't have a trophy for you
 
2020-07-04 7:33:23 AM  

waxbeans: KodosZardoz: Wait. This whole article is actually BS. The study linked didn't have over 300 subjects, it had 162. And there is nothing in the study about how people with a high morbid curiosity deal with these things any better than anyone else. In fact, the PhD candidate who did the study hardly makes no mention of it. It's just who likes what genres of entertainment and how much real info they have searched about the current pandemic.

Per the study:
In this study, I investigated how individual differences in trait morbid curiosity relate to media preferences in the midst of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. In particular, I explored whether trait morbid curiosity was related to an increased interest in 1) factual information about Coronavirus that was specifically morbid, 2) more general factual information about Coronavirus, 3) pandemic/virus genres of films and TV shows, and 4) genres of film and TV shows that feature threat more broadly, such as horror and thrillers.

Now can we stop linking to the NYPost unless it's something like pizza rat or crazy subway guy?

I have a feeling you're one of those people that interrupts someone  telling an epic story at a party to call BS

Weeeeeee U caught a liar.....
Sorry I don't have a trophy for you


Lol. No I love a good story even if it ain't real. I just hate the N.Y. Post. Lol
 
2020-07-04 7:53:46 AM  

Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.


Being as you're a Farker, no chance of that....
 
2020-07-04 8:01:52 AM  

KodosZardoz: waxbeans: KodosZardoz: Wait. This whole article is actually BS. The study linked didn't have over 300 subjects, it had 162. And there is nothing in the study about how people with a high morbid curiosity deal with these things any better than anyone else. In fact, the PhD candidate who did the study hardly makes no mention of it. It's just who likes what genres of entertainment and how much real info they have searched about the current pandemic.

Per the study:
In this study, I investigated how individual differences in trait morbid curiosity relate to media preferences in the midst of the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. In particular, I explored whether trait morbid curiosity was related to an increased interest in 1) factual information about Coronavirus that was specifically morbid, 2) more general factual information about Coronavirus, 3) pandemic/virus genres of films and TV shows, and 4) genres of film and TV shows that feature threat more broadly, such as horror and thrillers.

Now can we stop linking to the NYPost unless it's something like pizza rat or crazy subway guy?

I have a feeling you're one of those people that interrupts someone  telling an epic story at a party to call BS

Weeeeeee U caught a liar.....
Sorry I don't have a trophy for you

Lol. No I love a good story even if it ain't real. I just hate the N.Y. Post. Lol


😁
Fair enough carry on
 
2020-07-04 8:02:51 AM  

pup.socket: ForceIsStrong: So real life then?

Not really, one young couple seem to have a guaranteed escape.


True. Sometimes. I guess my horror loving heart just tends to drift to darker, the good guy doesn't win stuff like, Black Coats Daughter, Seven, The Descent or An American Werewolf in London. Not apocalyptic I know.
 
2020-07-04 8:08:18 AM  

kendelrio: Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.

Being as you're a Farker, no chance of that....


( ._.)
 
2020-07-04 8:15:31 AM  
I watched Cloverfield last night, so now I know what not to do when a giant space monster ravages my area.
 
2020-07-04 8:17:59 AM  

kendelrio: Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.

Being as you're a Farker, no chance of that....


yeah, that was part of the joke.

I cried a bit as I typed it out.
 
2020-07-04 8:44:32 AM  

Salmon: kendelrio: Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.

Being as you're a Farker, no chance of that....

yeah, that was part of the joke.

I cried a bit as I typed it out.


Real farkers use their tears for lube.

/True Scotsman.
//Wait, what was this thread about?
///Jerking it to horror movies or something right?
 
2020-07-04 9:12:43 AM  
Dang, 'Us' was almost a really good movie. Kind of a let down after 'Get Out'. Should have either been 10 minutes shorter or done a better job explaining how the [spoiler] worked.
 
2020-07-04 9:42:33 AM  
Personally, I love Hereditary and Midsommar, and rewatched them both during lockdown.

Hereditary is decidedly creepy and scary, and extremely well acted.
Midsommar is beautifully shot, which is a stunning juxtaposition to the horror.
 
2020-07-04 9:50:55 AM  
"Let's separate and go search for the source of that screaming".
 
2020-07-04 10:19:07 AM  

adj_m: Dang, 'Us' was almost a really good movie. Kind of a let down after 'Get Out'. Should have either been 10 minutes shorter or done a better job explaining how the [spoiler] worked.


What.

Both epic.

Made all the franchise horror movies look like garbage
 
2020-07-04 10:37:05 AM  

Toxophil: Salmon: kendelrio: Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.

Being as you're a Farker, no chance of that....

yeah, that was part of the joke.

I cried a bit as I typed it out.

Real farkers use their tears for lube.

/True Scotsman.
//Wait, what was this thread about?
///Jerking it to horror movies or something right?


if it's not right, I don't want to be wrong.

/something like that.
 
2020-07-04 10:54:47 AM  
Full-on Gen X cynicism helps a lot too.
 
2020-07-04 11:40:51 AM  
Hello darkness, my old friend?

/I hope black mirror comes back.
 
2020-07-04 12:14:35 PM  
This is what came to the mind of Brantgoose seeing that "Hazmat" besuited conspiracist:

Vikings and Beekeepers! Vikings and Beekeepers! Vikings and Beekeepers!

Lyrics by SCTV, music by Robert Wagner (Ride of the Valkyries).
 
2020-07-04 12:16:49 PM  
Try jumping off a second or third story and landing on a horse.

They do not show when you fall off the horse, clutching your broken huevos. They cut to more shenanigans.
 
2020-07-04 12:20:01 PM  
Oh, hi darkness
 
2020-07-04 1:25:55 PM  

adj_m: Mostly don't find horror movies too interesting, and still handling things ok? SO loves them but I can only laugh at cheese so much, (99% of them) truly scary movies are few and far inbetween, and for the most part they're only scary the first time. They don't make movies like Alien and Jaws much these days, movies that are still fun to watch even when you know what's coming. Also I'm not 12 anymore and no movie is going to scare me more than looking at a delicious jalapeno laden pizze while pondering acid reflux. Walking Dead had some quality moments with the whole 'kill off main characters' novelty at first, but eventually got stale and I lost interest in the comic and show both times right after dude was brained in by Lucille (ya farked up Kirkman).

Scariest movie I've seen in the last 10 years: Insidious. I don't know why I found it so spooky, and never watched the sequels. I've had sleep issues all my life and something about getting trapped in a lucid dream and the invisible sleep demon broke through the cynic shell and resonated hard in unreasonable ways. Still makes my skin crawl, and it wasn't even that good!

Ok maybe Coronavirus is getting to me a bit. I have begun getting squirrely inside public buildings, seeing almost no one wearing masks. My new dentist coughed directly into my mouth a week ago. Going to have to polish up the resume because work doesn't seem like it will be returning this year. I think I'll go watch 'US (2019)' and pretend I don't live around a bunch of 'zombie bait/let's split up and look for the sound/what's behind this weird door' people for an hour or two. Looks like it has good ratings.


Worth a try if you haven't seen them:
Session 9
Lights Out
The Conjuring
Let the Right One In
Cabin in the Woods
Babadook
A Quiet Place
It Follows
 
2020-07-04 4:10:53 PM  

waxbeans: adj_m: Dang, 'Us' was almost a really good movie. Kind of a let down after 'Get Out'. Should have either been 10 minutes shorter or done a better job explaining how the [spoiler] worked.

What.

Both epic.

Made all the franchise horror movies look like garbage


Get Out was really good, but Us.. well I don't want to spoil anything, it's still worth watching imo and looking forward to more from Jordan Peele. Still can't call any movie epic where I have to make up plot points in my head to justify its own internal logic though.
 
2020-07-04 4:12:49 PM  

Wendigogo: adj_m:

Worth a try if you haven't seen them:
Session 9
Lights Out
The Conjuring
Let the Right One In
Cabin in the Woods
Babadook
A Quiet Place
It Follows


Haven't seen 2/3rds of those, will have to check em out. Thanks!

/Cabin in the Woods was lots of fun
 
2020-07-04 5:53:34 PM  

adj_m: Wendigogo: adj_m:

Worth a try if you haven't seen them:
Session 9
Lights Out
The Conjuring
Let the Right One In
Cabin in the Woods
Babadook
A Quiet Place
It Follows

Haven't seen 2/3rds of those, will have to check em out. Thanks!

/Cabin in the Woods was lots of fun


Cabin in the Woods is one of my favorites! Session 9 too, for for very different reasons. There are precious few that are decent, so it's nice to find a good one here and there.
 
2020-07-04 6:19:33 PM  
So, they're all putting on sexy lingerie  and checking out the strange noise in the basement, while carrying no flashlight or phone?
 
2020-07-04 10:56:20 PM  

Salmon: AliceBToklasLives: I've seen a lot of westerns so I should not have any difficulty riding a horse.

I've seen enough horror movies to know not to get laid.


I haven't had sex in over a decade; I'm bulletproof.
 
2020-07-05 5:56:49 AM  

Wendigogo: adj_m: Mostly don't find horror movies too interesting, and still handling things ok? SO loves them but I can only laugh at cheese so much, (99% of them) truly scary movies are few and far inbetween, and for the most part they're only scary the first time. They don't make movies like Alien and Jaws much these days, movies that are still fun to watch even when you know what's coming. Also I'm not 12 anymore and no movie is going to scare me more than looking at a delicious jalapeno laden pizze while pondering acid reflux. Walking Dead had some quality moments with the whole 'kill off main characters' novelty at first, but eventually got stale and I lost interest in the comic and show both times right after dude was brained in by Lucille (ya farked up Kirkman).

Scariest movie I've seen in the last 10 years: Insidious. I don't know why I found it so spooky, and never watched the sequels. I've had sleep issues all my life and something about getting trapped in a lucid dream and the invisible sleep demon broke through the cynic shell and resonated hard in unreasonable ways. Still makes my skin crawl, and it wasn't even that good!

Ok maybe Coronavirus is getting to me a bit. I have begun getting squirrely inside public buildings, seeing almost no one wearing masks. My new dentist coughed directly into my mouth a week ago. Going to have to polish up the resume because work doesn't seem like it will be returning this year. I think I'll go watch 'US (2019)' and pretend I don't live around a bunch of 'zombie bait/let's split up and look for the sound/what's behind this weird door' people for an hour or two. Looks like it has good ratings.

Worth a try if you haven't seen them:
Session 9
Lights Out
The Conjuring
Let the Right One In
Cabin in the Woods
Babadook
A Quiet Place
It Follows


Netflix executive typing detected
 
2020-07-05 5:57:47 AM  

adj_m: waxbeans: adj_m: Dang, 'Us' was almost a really good movie. Kind of a let down after 'Get Out'. Should have either been 10 minutes shorter or done a better job explaining how the [spoiler] worked.

What.

Both epic.

Made all the franchise horror movies look like garbage

Get Out was really good, but Us.. well I don't want to spoil anything, it's still worth watching imo and looking forward to more from Jordan Peele. Still can't call any movie epic where I have to make up plot points in my head to justify its own internal logic though.


CinemaSins like typing detected
 
2020-07-05 9:10:59 AM  

waxbeans: adj_m: waxbeans: adj_m: Dang, 'Us' was almost a really good movie. Kind of a let down after 'Get Out'. Should have either been 10 minutes shorter or done a better job explaining how the [spoiler] worked.

What.

Both epic.

Made all the franchise horror movies look like garbage

Get Out was really good, but Us.. well I don't want to spoil anything, it's still worth watching imo and looking forward to more from Jordan Peele. Still can't call any movie epic where I have to make up plot points in my head to justify its own internal logic though.

CinemaSins like typing detected


lol, harsh, but fair, although I don't watch CinemaSins. I do set myself up for disappointment by really enjoying sci-fi and fantasy type movies (of all genres) and also needing some level of internal consistancy. Like if you're going to establish specific rules in your world, just follow those rules! Turns out that's a lot to expect from movies, and when those rules are casually broken It pulls me out and ruins the suspension of disbelief.

I still liked the movie overall, but would have prefered if they hadn't even tried to explain the weirder shiat over what they went with. The largest plothole also wouldn't have been difficult to explain really easily.

Spoilers: ʳᵉᵈ² ᶜᵒᵘˡᵈ ʰᵃᵛᵉ ᵇᵉᵉⁿ ᵉˢᵗᵃᵇˡⁱˢʰᵉᵈ ᵃˢ ᵈⁱᶠᶠᵉʳᵉⁿᵗ ᵇʸ ᵇᵉⁱⁿᵍ ᵃᵇˡᵉ ᵗᵒ ᶠᵘˡˡʸ ʳᵉᵛᵉʳˢᵉ ᵗʰᵉ ᵖˢʸᶜʰⁱᶜ ˡⁱⁿᵏ ᵃᵗ ᶠⁱʳˢᵗ. ʷᵒᵘˡᵈ ʰᵃᵛᵉ ᵗᵃᵏᵉⁿ ᵒⁿᵉ ᵒʳ ᵗʷᵒ ᵃᵈᵈⁱᵗⁱᵒⁿᵃˡ ˢᶜᵉⁿᵉˢ ᵗᵒ ˢʰᵒʷ ˢʰᵉ ᶠᵒʳᶜᵉᵈ ᵗʰᵉ ˢᵘʳᶠᵃᶜᵉ ᵍⁱʳˡ ᵗᵒ ʷᵃˡᵏ ᵈᵒʷⁿ ᵃⁿᵈ 'ᵐᵉᵉᵗ' ʰᵉʳ ᵈᵘʳⁱⁿᵍ ᵗʰᵉ ʳᵉᵛᵉᵃˡ ᵃᵗ ᵗʰᵉ ᵉⁿᵈ.  ⁱⁿˢᵗᵉᵃᵈ ʷᵃˢ ˡᵉᶠᵗ ʷᵒⁿᵈᵉʳⁱⁿᵍ ᵗʰⁱⁿᵍˢ ˡⁱᵏᵉ 'ᵘʰʰ, ʷʰʸ ᵈᵒᵉˢⁿ'ᵗ ˢʰᵉ ʲᵘˢᵗ ˡᵉᵃᵛᵉ, ʷʰᵒ ⁱˢ ᶜᵃʳⁱⁿᵍ ᶠᵒʳ ᵗʰᵉ ʳᵃᵇᵇⁱᵗˢ, ʰᵒʷ ᵈᵒ ˢⁱᵐᵘˡᵗᵃⁿᵉᵒᵘˢ ᵃⁿᵈ ⁱᵈᵉⁿᵗⁱᶜᵃˡ ᵖʳᵉᵍⁿᵃⁿᶜⁱᵉˢ ʷᵒʳᵏ ⁽ˢʰᵒᵘˡᵈᵃ ᵇᵉᵉⁿ ᶜˡᵒⁿᵉˢ ⁱⁿ ᵃⁿ ᵃᵘᵗᵒᵐᵃᵗᵉᵈ ᶠᵃᶜⁱˡⁱᵗʸ⁾.
 
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