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    IncGamers Member Dawnmaster's Avatar
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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Quote Originally Posted by kestegs View Post
    Agreed. I enjoyed the first few movies I saw like this but have since moved on.
    Hence why I mentioned the "decent movie" part.

    Eg: I liked the series walkers, and I have high hopes for WWZ.

    But good or bad, atleast it's a story about something you'll never encounter in your own life,
    we live our boring lives everyday, and then we go to watch television about other's people boring life?
    Give my fantasy/adventure/sciencefiction any day!

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawnmaster View Post
    Hence why I mentioned the "decent movie" part.

    Eg: I liked the series walkers, and I have high hopes for WWZ.

    But good or bad, atleast it's a story about something you'll never encounter in your own life,
    we live our boring lives everyday, and then we go to watch television about other's people boring life?
    Give my fantasy/adventure/sciencefiction any day!
    I'd enjoy it more if it weren't the usual cliches - post-apocalyptical worlds are for some reason always violent wastelands; fantasy /adventure always feature busty women (who preferably in according to some plot loses her clothes sometime half way the movie and ends up having an affair with the heroic hero with his silly sixpack), etc. When you can't relate to things you don't enjoy watching it, that's how it works for me.

    There is some decent stuff out there, but most of it is average, or unpleasant, or both.
    I do enjoy some fantasy and sciencefiction.

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Quote Originally Posted by Vivi View Post
    I'd enjoy it more if it weren't the usual cliches - post-apocalyptical worlds are for some reason always violent wastelands; fantasy /adventure always feature busty women (who preferably in according to some plot loses her clothes sometime half way the movie and ends up having an affair with the heroic hero with his silly sixpack), etc. When you can't relate to things you don't enjoy watching it, that's how it works for me.

    There is some decent stuff out there, but most of it is average, or unpleasant, or both.
    I do enjoy some fantasy and sciencefiction.
    I don't like the heroic hero getting the busty babe anymore than you do
    (if I want to see that kind of action, I watch another "type" of movie)

    I'm in it purely for the fantasy/syfy/adventure story (although most endings are quite dissappointing)
    But, in some movies (Lara Croft/Ellen Ripley) you have the (busty) babe heroine
    (although those kind of movies tend to overbutch the central woman toomuch)

    As of late, most movies only tend to focus on special effects and continuous action,
    rather than having a cool story (with not toomuch weird twists)

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Moo !

    Quote Originally Posted by BobCox2 View Post
    Kinemortophobia

    Sounds like a fear of dead cows to me.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dawnmaster View Post
    Ah the infamous Mortoageládaphobia!


    If the Cows Eat you...

    P.S. as the other threads closed I will just drop this here...
    A man was mauled by a bear, partially buried by friends then woke up and hiked like 200 miles back to camp and survived.
    Last edited by BobCox2; 24-06-2013 at 06:32.

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Quote Originally Posted by BobCox2 View Post
    Moo !

    If the Cows Eat you...

    P.S. as the other threads closed I will just drop this here...
    A man was mauled by a bear, partially buried by friends then woke up and hiked like 200 miles back to camp and survived.
    I like the part where he gets his "revenge" after tracking down the guys who stole his stuff and left him for dead ^^
    Sounds like a classic hollywood movie (partially makes me think of Machete for some reason)

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Yea, which is probably because that part isn't true, he found them both but didn't kill either of them.

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ash Housewares View Post
    Yea, which is probably because that part isn't true, he found them both but didn't kill either of them.
    Yeah, that's the part of the story that isn't true

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    The Fear of being deported after death, or near death?

    Sixty-nine-year-old Wladyslaw Haniszewski had lived in the U.S. for about 30 years. But when the New Jersey resident fell into a coma he awoke to find himself in his native country of Poland. The New York Daily News reports that Haniszewski fell victim to a growing phenomenon in which uninsured immigrants are deported by U.S. hospitals that do not want to get stuck paying for their treatment.

    The practice of medical repatriation has reportedly become increasingly common. One immigration advocacy group told The Associated Press in April that it has documented at least 800 cases of individuals being deported from hospitals without consent over the past six years in at least 15 states. However, the actual number is believed to be much higher because of the significant number of cases that go unreported.

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    Apart from the legal implications, how about the moral or ethical issues of deporting people who are ill?

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    Re: Help! I have Kinemortophobia - the fear of the dead not being buried!

    It's easier to deport someone in a coma, so I'd say morally and ethically speaking, it's all good.

    Easy = Ethical

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