Too bad Cage wasted his time talking about his other major release film, 'Joe' on The Tonight Show recently, and not this great independent action film. Gritty is the best word to use to describe the theme of this film that deserves a 4/5.
http://i1061.photobucket.com/albums/t475/VvvvV64/painting_study_by_thibaultfischer-d6j860c_zps2d9b8fd0.png Another amazing and intense ep tonight! goodness I can't believe only 1 more ep to go for this awesome season of Vikings! http://i1061.photobucket.com/albums/t475/VvvvV64/vikings_by_wild7even-d65cu3l_zps26ff12c0.jpg
This is one of the most interesting discussions to read: Other peoples opinion on the sensitive topics of afterlife, out of body experiences- things of that nature. It's just nice to know other people intelligently voicing their opinions. Recently I have had my eye on the local newspaper, in which people are engaged in "Letters to the Editor" arguments over the topic, in which are more comedic than thought provoking. I don't think anyone will ever know if the afterlife is real or not... but for those that think there is; for now the simplest explanation that I believe is that it is a human reflex to protect itself. Death is a real fear for many, and just as the brain has its ways of protecting itself from traumatic experiences, it replaces this fear, when we are at our most vulnerable, with pleasant thoughts of missed loved ones or experiences to cope with an event. I've been around death all my life, living on a farm with many animals who are curious to know what the underside of a tire looks like, being the daughter of a grave-digger who dragged me to mausoleums, sister to an EMT, or just having a lot of older relatives- I can remember the way that I dealt with death at a young age, and I had hoped there was an afterlife where I could see my beloved kitten or goat again; now of course I have a much more cold-hearted view that we sleep forever in the dirt and one day that makes some pretty good fertilizer in about 10 years--but having both perspectives, seeing the reactions to people who have not had much experience with death, and hearing the opinions in the vulnerable state s intriguing to me. My knowledge for Near Death Experiences don't go too far beyond the norm; leaning too far back in the chair, rolling out of bed, falling off of moving tractors or trucks,tripping down the stairs or sneezing while driving over a bridge. Honestly though, When I was little I almost drowned in a friends pool, I was under for 2 minutes, but seemed like hours, years ago I could account for every thought that came through my mind of my life to that point; the only way those thoughts come backs is I'm force near a pool: Just a way the brain protects itself. As far as Out of Body experiences, I have had the minor of thinking I am moving when I feel paralyzed after waking up- but just a few weeks ago I had one while driving home from the grocery store. Keeping this short, For a moment I felt like I wasn't driving, like I was standing, looking at a car accident of the car I had just passed 5 minutes before, just on the bridge, the guy was all bloody and emergency lights were everywhere. I was terrified the entire way home. When I reached the driveway, I heard the fire scanner go off (brother on fire department), So I ran upstairs to hear the call, and it was a car accident between a white sedan ( turns out it WAS the car I thought it would be) and had severe head injuries. In the exact same spot I dreamt it would be at. Those type of out of body experiences scare the hell out of me, for the reason that I can't make sense of it. I won't blame a supernatural force, or claim its all in my head- It's just one of the unknowns out there, like ghosts or seeing a light, that we won't know for sure until that day comes, until then, It's all beliefs.