The Passion of the Christ -- ** SPOILERS **

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He dies. Gets nailed to a cross.

Then he comes back.
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dekanos wrote:
** SPOILERS ***

He dies. Gets nailed to a cross.

Then he comes back.


actually, he gets nailed to a cross, then he dies, then he comes back.

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i want to see that movie <insert mad comment here> I am to young<end insert mad comment here>

the person who played jesus got really injured durin that movie making. struke by lighten, whiped for real(not on purpose) and dislocated both sholders
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Well Mel Gibson is a great actor, but I personally won't be attending the showing.
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The guy who plays Jesus got struck by lightning? That can't be a good sign.
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Well no body else wanted to help Gibson produce the film so I guess god didn't want to either.
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Well no body else wanted to help Gibson produce the film so I guess god didn't want to either.


c'mon now. i highly doubt the fact that hollywood wouldn't touch the movie with a 10 foot pole had anything to do with God. a very good (non-religious) commentary on the movie can be read at http://www.time.com/time/columnist/corl ... 38,00.html .

In the interest of speaking up for people of faith who still hold to the basic principles of reason, the fact "bad" things happened on the set is not the sign of some sort of curse, any more than the fact that "bad" things happened on the set of The Exorcist meant anything. Nor does the fact that the movie had an outstanding opening mean that God approves of the movie. These things happen for very normal and un-spiritual or non-supernatural reasons. God causes "the sun and the rain to fall on the just and the unjust alike."

Personally, I haven't seen the movie yet, although I plan to. I heard about Cavaziel getting beat up pretty bad during the making of the film. Didn't sound fun at all. I know I wouldn't want to find out what a lashing felt like for real.

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i want to see that movie <insert mad comment here> I am to young<end insert mad comment here>



I'm sure you could find somebody to take you. if worse came to worse, you could go to your local church and ask someone from there to go with you. they'd probably want to get permission from your parents first, but I'm sure you could arrange something if your parents went along.

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Its a good movie. Thats all.
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I just saw it already and I strongly recommend that everyone go see it. The crucifixion scene is very moving.
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dekanos wrote:
** SPOILERS ***

He dies. Gets nailed to a cross.

Then he comes back.


actually, he gets nailed to a cross, then he dies, then he comes back.


No contradiction there. I didn't say that he died THEN got nailed to a cross. I said that he died AND got crucified.
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No actually you said "He dies. Gets nailed to a cross. Then he come back."

Thats like saying "I lit the match. I picked a match out of the box. Then I started the fire."
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No actually you said "He dies. Gets nailed to a cross. Then he come back."

Thats like saying "I lit the match. I picked a match out of the box. Then I started the fire."

And what's wrong with that? That's only a contradiction if you say, "I lit the match, THEN picked the match out of the box."

There's nothing wrong with the phrasing that I used. People say things like that all the time. If someone says, "I ate. Had a Big Mac," do you assume that he first ate, THEN got himself a burger?

Stop pretending that there's an invisible "THEN" where no such word was used. This objection of yours is truly ridiculous.
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my chruch is going. :) but i think that i would have to get something signed. my parents aren't going to do that
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What is it rated?
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R
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What is it rated?

R

they said on TV that since this is R, that they don't think any movie will ever get an NC17
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"R"
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What is it rated?

R

they said on TV that since this is R, that they don't think any movie will ever get an NC17


i don't know about that. americans are pretty uptight about sexuality but comfortable with violence. if something sufficiently sexual came along, it would get an NC17

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Heheh I love it.

It's alright for my kids to go see violent movies (claim to reasons kids go psycho and hurt people).

But I don't want them seeing anything with sex in it, that could just corrupt their little minds. (rolls eyes)
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But theres no "Sexuality" in it, just violence. But it is Freedom Of Speech.
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That's why it's rated R and not NC17, becuase there is NO sexuality/sexual content.
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dekanos wrote:
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No actually you said "He dies. Gets nailed to a cross. Then he come back."

Thats like saying "I lit the match. I picked a match out of the box. Then I started the fire."

And what's wrong with that? That's only a contradiction if you say, "I lit the match, THEN picked the match out of the box."

There's nothing wrong with the phrasing that I used. People say things like that all the time. If someone says, "I ate. Had a Big Mac," do you assume that he first ate, THEN got himself a burger?

Stop pretending that there's an invisible "THEN" where no such word was used. This objection of yours is truly ridiculous.


In the english language, when we describe a series of events it is implied that they are listed in order. unless otherwise specified they are assumed to be listed in order. so, in a sense, there is an invisible "then" there.

In the example you supply, the big mac is not an event itself, it is an additional descriptor belonging to the original action of eating. however, if the above person said "I ate, I drank, I got up and left" it would be understood that the person first ate something, then drank something, then left, even if they first drank then ate then left.

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Heheh I love it.

It's alright for my kids to go see violent movies (claim to reasons kids go psycho and hurt people).

But I don't want them seeing anything with sex in it, that could just corrupt their little minds. (rolls eyes)


i hear ya there b_heyer. europeans are the opposite: they tend to be sensitive to violence but very comfortable with sexuality. you go walking down the street and there's posters with boobs everywhere advertising anything you can think of. i did a double take the first few weeks I was in germany! porn stores all over the place too.

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dekanos wrote:
b_heyer wrote:
No actually you said "He dies. Gets nailed to a cross. Then he come back."

Thats like saying "I lit the match. I picked a match out of the box. Then I started the fire."

And what's wrong with that? That's only a contradiction if you say, "I lit the match, THEN picked the match out of the box."

There's nothing wrong with the phrasing that I used. People say things like that all the time. If someone says, "I ate. Had a Big Mac," do you assume that he first ate, THEN got himself a burger?

Stop pretending that there's an invisible "THEN" where no such word was used. This objection of yours is truly ridiculous.


In the english language, when we describe a series of events it is implied that they are listed in order. unless otherwise specified they are assumed to be listed in order.


Absolutely not true. In fact, common sense dictates otherwise.

If I say, "I hate my oil changed. I had my tired inflated. I had my windshield wipers replaced," it does not imply that those events occured in that particular sequence. Rather, it simply means that all those events took place, with absolutely no regard for sequence. One might assume that they happened in that particular order, but this is a reckless and unwarranted assumption.

Indeed, everyday examples abound. If I say, "I went out with Chelsea on a date. I picked her up at seven," this does not imply that the date occured before I picked her up. Similarly, if I say, "I finished grad school last year. I wrote my thesis on Aztec culture," it does not imply that I finished grad school before writing my thesis. And so forth, and so on.

You are not going to win this argument. I can trot out dozens of examples which prove this point... but the examples which I've already mentioned are more than enough.

Any "implication" of sequence exists purely in your mind. There is absolutely no rule of English grammar wich states that "Statement A. Sttement B. Statement C." automatically mans that A occured before B, or that B happened before C.
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it is rated R


heh movie to Canada, we could give goat's feces about that kind of stuff, generally your "R" is the ecuivalent of our "14A" which means that you have to be 14 to see the movie alone, but if you are with someone 18 plus, you can go in at the age of 8
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allgoodpeople wrote:
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In the example you supply, the big mac is not an event itself, it is an additional descriptor belonging to the original action of eating.


The Big Mac was not an event, but getting the Big Mac was. Surely that's not hard to understand.

Again, if I say, "I ate. I got a Big Mac," this does not mean that procuring the hamburger occured after eating. No reasonable individual would insist that it does.

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however, if the above person said "I ate, I drank, I got up and left" it would be understood that the person first ate something, then drank something, then left, even if they first drank then ate then left.


You might infer that, but that would be a false inference. A reasonable indivdual would NOT infer that all your eating occured before all your drinking. Rather, a reasonable individual would simply infer that you ate AND drank, without insisiting on any particular order to these events.
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You might infer that, but that would be a false inference. A reasonable indivdual would NOT infer that all your eating occured before all your drinking. Rather, a reasonable individual would simply infer that you ate AND drank, without insisiting on any particular order to these events.


A reasonable reader would never ASSUME event happened in the order other than that of which they were given. A proper reader should take everything at face value unless it is know that there is a bias in the description of the event, in which case the reader would still assume that those events happened, but might be a little leary on assuming that all information given was correct
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Actually Dekanos, with your previous examples none of them actually abide
to our current argument. The third sentence MUST come after the previous
two because in your first post you stated "then". The word "then" delimits a
state of time, which occurs after the previously mentioned.

Then is defined as: Soon afterward, or immediately; next; afterward.

Also with your original statement there is no need for inference, or any need
for me to "create" a pattern of events. I simply have to go look up in the
bible and I will see that Jesus was nailed to the cross, then died, then rose
from the dead. That IS how it happened, there IS NO inference there, it's
fact, or at least cited as such from the bible.

I have never seen a work of prose written in non-inverse sentence structure
where the events fell into reverse order. It defies logic to state event A
after even B occurs.

In the Big Mac example "Had" does not imply "ate" so he could have easily
gone to eat someplace and had a big mac in his pocket.
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Again, if I say, "I ate. I got a Big Mac," this does not mean that procuring the hamburger occured after eating. No reasonable individual would insist that it does.


I can't count the number of times that my parents went out to eat, and/then/also got something to bring home for me.
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