[MUD-Dev] RP thesis...
K.L.Lo-94 at student.lut.ac.uk
Fri May 16 10:19:32 New Zealand Standard Time 1997
On Thu, 15 May 1997 clawrenc at cup.hp.com wrote:
> In <220.127.116.1170513210852.00b74bc4 at mail.tenetwork.com>, on 05/13/97
> at 09:15 PM, Jeff Kesselman <jeffk at tenetwork.com> said:
> >Thsi was a fitting end for one of the greatest men that world had
> >seen as well as being "tight" in the film-plot sense.
> >Had he died by being hit by a car in a random accident it would have
> >been a very inappropriate and ugly anti-climax.
> I'll guess then that your not a fan of existentialist French novels.
> Funny really -- I always thought that having the mass super-hero who
> had gone out at saved the world, cured world hunger, rescued drowning
> kittens everywhere etc etc etc then going home and dieing when he
> tripped his tow and broke his neck on the stairs as a sight more
Hate to reply with only a one liner message so I'll make it all two lines.
Read Watchmen, it's a graphic novel (or comic as I still call them). That
kind of thing is all the rage in comicland these days, Dark Knight et al.
I prefer 'anti-climax' endings too, I suppose it's rather 'unamerican'. :P
Although, this sort of thing has become a bit cliche as well.
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