I wonder how dead you have to be to enjoy hearing the movie "to the max", especially the remake of Joseph Cotton's original opening voice over. Does being "undead", as in a zombie, mitigate against full enjoyment? Do you unhear certain parts of the dialogue?I just returned from a week in Mexico City with a 3 day pass in Houston visiting some of my kids, and am too tired to be genuinely witty. I apologize for the lapidarean performance. I simply do not have the energy to bring the dead-undead metaphor further. I know it's a metaphor because it can't be a simile because I didn't use "like" or "as". So that part of my brain is somewhat functional. Although the "as in a zombie" characterization of the undead belies my own aptitude and renders this statement untrue.If I keep this up, I will tie myself in rhetorical knots, which is more the result of fatigue than intelligence.Talk to you soon,victorPS Yes, this is a short one.
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