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Monday, January 30, 2006

Cheese on Toast Is Evil

Posted by on January 30 at 10:38 AM

The New Age docu-drama What the Bleep Do We Know?!, which gave new meaning to the term “cult favorite” upon its release in 2004, is being reissued in a pumped up “directors’ cut” edition this Friday at Uptown and the Neptune. You can read my review in the forthcoming Stranger, but while you wait, I’d like to offer a snippet of Caitlin Moran’s review from the always-hilarious London Times:

Prime Bleep ideas include the notion that unhappy thoughts are responsible for cell degeneration, ageing and death, and that negative thinking affects physical matter on a sub-atomic level. To illustrate this, photos appear of a Japanese “experiment” in which bottles of water were labelled “love” and “I hate you”. The “love” bottles had “produced” water-crystals, which, under a dark field microscope, look like beautiful, harmonic Venetian mirrors. The “I hate you” bottles, however, “produced” ugly crystals which students of evil and discord will be intrigued to discover greatly resembled cheese on toast, served with a splash of Lea & Perrins. Bleep saw this as evidence of the quantum power of thought, while missing the real big stories here WATER HAS STARTED TO READ, and CHEESE ON TOAST IS EVIL.

All Satanists hail cheese on toast.

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the only movie I've ever walked out of.

that movie was baad. baad. baad.

new age crap.

The hippies here ate that crap up! It would not leave this city (Denver). Six months. It was like an occupation.

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