revolupo - Poetry and Revolution

3 #RELIGION-20-I Saw This Movie

May 20, 2020 David Lee Morgan (davidword) Season 3 Episode 20
revolupo - Poetry and Revolution
3 #RELIGION-20-I Saw This Movie
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revolupo - Poetry and Revolution
3 #RELIGION-20-I Saw This Movie
May 20, 2020 Season 3 Episode 20
David Lee Morgan (davidword)

            This was a real movie. It was laughably cheesy, and I stuck with it only because it was late at night and nothing else was on. When I wrote this description, I was intending a piss-take, but something happened in the writing, and now I can’t read through it without tears coming to my eyes.  

I SAW THIS MOVIE… 
I saw this movie where the forces of the devil were killing all the six year old children for fear that one of them would grow up to be good, and there was this one little girl who was really good, and they wanted to kill her so bad, and her mother tried to save her but she was just a single mother and the forces of the devil were very strong, they were too strong for the mother and she was all alone, but every time they almost succeeded in killing the mother and child, a stranger would appear, a different stranger every time, but each one of them looked like a really nice person and they would do something to help, something small and insignificant, but at just the right time and just the right place, and it was always just enough for the mother and child to get away, and finally the forces of evil were defeated because the little girl was so very good and her mother loved her so very much and there was a whole convent of nuns praying for them night and day, and there was one good cop, more than a cop, he was an FBI agent, a good FBI Agent, how about that! And together they saved the world, and made it safe for all the children in it, and I couldn’t help thinking all the obvious things, like… were there enough nuns in enough convents to pray for all the children in Iraq, and would god give a shit, because after all even if they were such very good children and their mothers loved them so very much, and maybe there would even be a good CIA agent, how about that! But how many good strangers are there in the world, are there enough, and can they do just the right thing at just the right time, even if it’s small and insignificant, could they do that, could it be enough, are there enough nuns, are there enough good strangers, do you think we could find even one good cop? We probably could. At least one. Would that be enough?

 

Show Notes

            This was a real movie. It was laughably cheesy, and I stuck with it only because it was late at night and nothing else was on. When I wrote this description, I was intending a piss-take, but something happened in the writing, and now I can’t read through it without tears coming to my eyes.  

I SAW THIS MOVIE… 
I saw this movie where the forces of the devil were killing all the six year old children for fear that one of them would grow up to be good, and there was this one little girl who was really good, and they wanted to kill her so bad, and her mother tried to save her but she was just a single mother and the forces of the devil were very strong, they were too strong for the mother and she was all alone, but every time they almost succeeded in killing the mother and child, a stranger would appear, a different stranger every time, but each one of them looked like a really nice person and they would do something to help, something small and insignificant, but at just the right time and just the right place, and it was always just enough for the mother and child to get away, and finally the forces of evil were defeated because the little girl was so very good and her mother loved her so very much and there was a whole convent of nuns praying for them night and day, and there was one good cop, more than a cop, he was an FBI agent, a good FBI Agent, how about that! And together they saved the world, and made it safe for all the children in it, and I couldn’t help thinking all the obvious things, like… were there enough nuns in enough convents to pray for all the children in Iraq, and would god give a shit, because after all even if they were such very good children and their mothers loved them so very much, and maybe there would even be a good CIA agent, how about that! But how many good strangers are there in the world, are there enough, and can they do just the right thing at just the right time, even if it’s small and insignificant, could they do that, could it be enough, are there enough nuns, are there enough good strangers, do you think we could find even one good cop? We probably could. At least one. Would that be enough?