mordicai caeli (mordicai) wrote,
mordicai caeli

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you know, the prisoner is totally a guy who will win, win win. an excellent example of the Magician of Fortitude. basically james bond retires, suddenly, without warning, & wakes up in a bizarre cross between a fascist gulag & a counter-culture commune. if he tries to run away, the evilest balloon alive comes after him &...squishes him horrifyingly? oh man, swoony mordicai, swoon! plus, i think if i had the option, i would dress like number six at all times. seriously, where can i pick up a white trim sports coat? i'll do it! don't think i won't. but as a side note, this brings up a thing i've been sort of dwelling on for a little while now: i think maybe i support gulags. i know, i know, but hear me out. in sub-tribes, you've got exile to rely on when a member is a fucking train-wreck. you can fire a guy, or whatever. as a nation, or a government of any kind other than city-state, that isn't so much an option on the table. prisons have themselves a whole mess of problems too, & i don't think execution is really all that viable. what about siberia!? their families can even go with them when they go to work on the fishing boats or oil refinery or whatever. anyhow. i'm falling afield. number six is an admirable gentleman who plays his enemies games better than they do. in the end? who is number one? you are, number six. attention television executives: survivor: the village. or also survivor: m. night shyamalan "the village", but that is neither here nor there (again!)
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