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Subject: Re: RS: Some guesses (including COOPER BOOK SPOILERS)
From: wilson@iowasp.physics.uiowa.edu (Peter D. Wilson)
Date: 1991-05-03, 11:51
Newsgroups: alt.tv.twin-peaks

In article <1991May2.111506.12569@pbs.org>, mpax@pbs.org (Cool Bean) writes:
> > Hate it.  To think we spent a year theorizing and analyzing nothing more
> > than a vision, would be a HUGE let down.

  Didn't we all do this for EVERY vision that Cooper had?  We spent
  weeks analyzing each prediction made by the giant, months going
  over every phrase said by the LMFAP.  Knowing that these were
  only visions didn't prevent us from enjoying them.

> > How could you then go see a movie, knowing the whole time its just another
> > vision?

  How can you go see a movie now, knowing that it is nothing more than
  fiction, a story created by the author?

> > It would take all of the fun out of it and the mystery, which I
> > find central to my addiction.

  If the story is coherent and ties into the bigger picture (like
  the visions in the show were), how can making it a vision destroy
  its enchantment?

> > --Cool Bean

  Peter.
  wilson@iowasp.physics.uiowa.edu
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