History Headscratchers / CoolWorld

27th Feb '17 12:25:05 PM kyun
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** Because Gabriel Byrne can't do a cartoon superhero voice? Shot in the dark. The other good question is why Superhero Jack barely looks like him?
23rd Feb '17 9:31:24 PM rwe1138
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* Who the hell IS Sparks, exactly, and what is his relationship to Holli? Is he her manager? Ex-boyfriend? Pimp? Drug dealer? Family relative? Or just a local lowlife? Also, how could he have possibly knownwhen Holli and Jack had actually done it? And just what is his beef with Frank?

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* Who the hell IS Sparks, exactly, and what is his relationship to Holli? Is he her manager? Ex-boyfriend? Pimp? Drug dealer? Family relative? Or just a local lowlife? Also, how could he have possibly knownwhen known when Holli and Jack had actually done it? And just what is his beef with Frank?
26th Aug '16 2:45:08 AM Chilliwack
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* Who the hell IS Sparks, exactly, and what is his relationship to Holli? Is he her manager? Ex-boyfriend? Pimp? Drug dealer? Family relative? Or just a local lowlife? Also, how did he know when Holli and Jack had actually done it? And what is his beef with Frank?

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* Who the hell IS Sparks, exactly, and what is his relationship to Holli? Is he her manager? Ex-boyfriend? Pimp? Drug dealer? Family relative? Or just a local lowlife? Also, how did could he know when have possibly knownwhen Holli and Jack had actually done it? And just what is his beef with Frank?
26th Aug '16 2:43:48 AM Chilliwack
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** Frank casually backhands Sparks in a way that suggests a noid is a lot more physically capable against a doodle. Plus, with one law in Cool World, how many rule-breakers are there really going to be? Frank's job is really more like "chaperone to Holli Would" than "full-time peace officer".

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** Frank casually backhands Sparks in a way that suggests a noid is a lot more physically capable against a doodle. Plus, with one law in Cool World, how many rule-breakers are there really going to be? Frank's job is really more like "chaperone to Holli Would" than "full-time peace officer".officer".
* Who the hell IS Sparks, exactly, and what is his relationship to Holli? Is he her manager? Ex-boyfriend? Pimp? Drug dealer? Family relative? Or just a local lowlife? Also, how did he know when Holli and Jack had actually done it? And what is his beef with Frank?
26th Aug '16 2:18:23 AM Chilliwack
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* One could argue that the whole film itself is a headscratcher. Almost nothing is explained about the nature of the Cool World, nor are we given much insight into how the world works.

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* One could argue that the whole film itself is a headscratcher. Almost nothing is explained about the nature of the Cool World, nor are we given much insight into how the world works.came to be. It just... is.
26th Aug '16 2:17:14 AM Chilliwack
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* One could argue that the whole film itself is a headscratcher. Almost nothing is explained about the nature of the Cool World, nor are we given much insight into how the world works.
24th Jan '16 12:55:28 AM CB2001
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*** Also, in regard to Number 2, she had no experience with the emotions that came with being noid. When talking about "what the noid dames got", she says, "when they feel something, they really feel it. When they taste something, they really taste it." This suggests that noids lack the emotional feels that tie to physical experiences. When Holli became a noid, all she experiences from that point is new to her, and thus she suffers an emotional overload that causes that instability.

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*** Also, in regard to Number 2, she had no experience with the emotions that came with being noid. When talking about "what the noid dames got", she says, "when they feel something, they really feel it. When they taste something, they really taste it." This suggests that noids doodles lack the emotional feels feelings that tie to physical experiences. When Holli became a noid, all she experiences from that point is new to her, and thus she suffers an emotional overload that causes that instability.
24th Jan '16 12:54:45 AM CB2001
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*** Also, in regard to Number 2, she had no experience with the emotions that came with being noid. When talking about "what the noid dames got", she says, "when they feel something, they really feel it. When they taste something, they really taste it." This suggests that noids lack the emotional feels that tie to physical experiences. When Holli became a noid, all she experiences from that point is new to her, and thus she suffers an emotional overload that causes that instability.
30th Sep '15 10:48:58 PM memesis
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* So in all the years that Frank has been in the CloudCuckooland [[CrapsackWorld hell hole]] that is Cool World he's ''never'' been "killed" by a doodle? ''and he's a cop?'' Even though he ''knows'' that death in Cool World isn't permanent (as he explains to Lonette shortly before going back. By all rights he should have been a doodle a week into his stay!

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* So in all the years that Frank has been in the CloudCuckooland [[CrapsackWorld hell hole]] that is Cool World he's ''never'' been "killed" by a doodle? ''and he's a cop?'' Even though he ''knows'' that death in Cool World isn't permanent (as he explains to Lonette shortly before going back. By all rights he should have been a doodle a week into his stay!stay!
** Frank casually backhands Sparks in a way that suggests a noid is a lot more physically capable against a doodle. Plus, with one law in Cool World, how many rule-breakers are there really going to be? Frank's job is really more like "chaperone to Holli Would" than "full-time peace officer".
24th Jun '15 8:55:35 PM avon
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** Since Jack wouldn't have been able to make any money off the publication of Cool World, we can rule that out. In prison, one can't run buisness that generates income. Jack probably had to pay restitution to the victims's family as well as possible alimony. He probably lost most of what he owned (to his presumably ex-wife) due to this crime. It's possible he inherited the house owned by his parents (who probably passed away while he was incarcerated). It, along with the car, might be the only asset he has left. Jack had to politely turn down the fangirl (who invited him to hang out that night with her and her friends) who worked the comic book store explaining that he had to "get his feet back on the ground". She was dissapointed but sympathetic; immediately understanding what he meant.
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