Twin Peaks Usenet Archive


Subject: Re: Well I'm out of here....
From: mpax@pbs.org
Date: 1990-12-14, 11:28
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article , rk3h+@andrew.cmu.edu (Robert J. Knapp) writes:
> > I really doubt if any one cares, and I'm probably breaking all kinds of
> > nettiquette, but I just wanted to post about why I'm de-subscribing to
> > this bboard.
> > 
> > 
> > IT'S GOTTEN SILLY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > 
> > I don't care if there is a little continutiy error about the Major's
> > marshmellow!!  I just watch the show for the emotions it causes in me.
> > Of course the 12/1/90 episode was contrived, IT IS FICTION! Think about
> > it any novel you read is CONTRIVED!!!! It was created in the mind of a
> > human being who bends the story so it comes out the way he/she wants it
> > to! It's getting to the point that people are looking for meaning in
> > every little thing that is protrayed on the screen.........face it
> > people LYNCH LIKES IMAGES!!!!!!!!!!!!!   PLAIN AND SIMPLE!!!!!!!!  
> > At the same time, he struggling to keep the show on the air, that means
> > catering, occasionally, to people who want a plot!!!!  {NO, I DON'T WANT
> > ONE!!!!  I LIKED THE FIRST SCENCES OF BAGDAD CAFE MORE THEN THE REST OF
> > THe MOVIE!!!! {No, its not Lynch, but the first scene is just images}}
> > 
> > Flame away, I WON'T BE HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > 
> > Rob "Sometimes a bouncing ball is just a boucing ball" Knapp

I totally agree.  You people are taking all of the fun out of it.

--Cool Bean
-- **This is not cultural.


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