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Putting Jennifer Lopez Into A Cell - MGTOW

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Published on 25 Sep 2020 / In People & Blogs

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This video is brought to you by a donation from Ron and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, When you get a chance could you describe your take on the movie The "Cell" lookin at through a red pll Lens? The technology they used in the movie do you think it could be possible in the future and how it could/would benefit us Men? Could you do a molecular breakdown of the movie link I attached previous texts? Do you think the technology used in the movie could be detrimental to us if used by the Powers that "BE"..Thank you for all u do my brother..God Speed..!!" Well Ron thanks for the donation and topic. You know I couldn't just review the short clip you sent me without putting it into context by watching the entire movie. The Cell came out twenty years ago and I never watched it when it came out. I never found Jennifer Lopez all that appealing as and actress. I'll get to my review on the technology in the film and my thoughts about the film in general in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The MGTOW Book Collection: Anyways, now back to the clown world show. Remember that the Matrix came out a year before The Cell. The Cell is a film that was probably trying to cash in on the idea that reality was a simulation. The technology you discuss in this film is called the "Neurological Cartography and Synaptic Transfer System". That's a fancy way of saying virtual world where two minds are connected. The character named Catherine played by Jennifer Lopez uses that technology to connect
to the mind of a child named Edward. But she doesn't have good results with the system and Edward's parents stop the virtual therapy. So the police catch a serial killer but he's in a coma that he's never going to come out of it so the cops ask JLO to merge minds with a serial killer that likes to kill women. Gee I wonder what could possibly go wrong? Can you imagine the elites having technology that can probe our minds. I can't imagine a worse nightmare scenario. Although one time when I saw a UFO the moment I became aware of it it somehow knew and flew over to me. So I'm really hoping that whatever was controlling that object isn't human because if it is human then they already know what we are thinking. Which is scary. As for the specific scene you wanted me to cover it shows a bunch of highly eroticized women that are in the serial killers mind. They are sexual fantasies designed for the man's indulgence. This film would have been successful if it hadn't been for the terrible acting by Vince Vaughan and Jennifer Lopez. I can't take either of them seriously and it looks painful to watch them deliver their lines in a serious way. The technology would benefit men by allowing them to explore any and every possible sexual fetish possible. JLO enters his mind to find out where he stashed his latest victim and she's in a jigsaw like contraption that's going to drown her. As for the powers that be of course they would want to know what we are thinking so they can control us and prevent us from successfully revolting against them or taking power over our own lives. For all we know were living in a simulation and no matter how hard we try to escape the things that make us suffer.

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sauger1001 24 days ago

Is she still with A-Rod?

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PlazmoidialSoup 26 days ago

This fin sux it just sits here and loads on 240

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