In article <9o84l2pfstdm8om5oikgggl5o0c3oj5vav@[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>, Ed Chilada
> On Tue, 07 Nov 2006 09:37:06 +1300, Anybody
> <anybody@[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >In article <4ktuk2hcqg80hhp4lmcg3395dgs4hvsebh@[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>, Ed Chilada
> ><nospam@[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >> On Mon, 06 Nov 2006 09:24:59 +1300, Anybody
> >> <anybody@[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> >> >I was asked what I would prefer!!! That is what I would prefer ...
> >> >also what any real fan of any show woudl prefer - something that
> >> >actually resmebles the show they liked
> >> Nope, you actually said you'd prefer for the film not to be made, now
> >> you're saying that any real fan would just require it to resemble the
> >> show they liked. Now then, please explain how the film won't resemble
> >> the show *after* you've discarded all the assumptions that *you* have
> >> made about it.
> >> And as I've asked before, please actually state the characters,
> >> actors, settings, technologies, cars, etc.. that you'd expect to be
> >> this film for it to still "resemble the show they liked".
> >I've already told you what I prefer.
> Yes, you said your preference would be for no film to be made. Yet
> here, you seem to have changed your mind and said that what you would
> prefer is "something that resembles the show". That's *two*
> conflicting preferences you've stated.
Let's try yet again, although it's a total waste of my time. :-\
What I said was that if they want to make an actual "Knight Rider"
movie then they have to make something that closely resembles the
original show. What they WILL do is have lots of silly changes that
make it "Knight Rider" in name only and not really "Knight Rider" as we
know and like it ... and because that WILL happen (and has happened
with every other "remake" / "update" coming out of Hollyweird) if they
do make the movie, I would prefer they didn't make any movie at all -
having no movie at all is better than some unrecognisable rubbish
claiming to be "Knight Rider".
> >If you don't know what "Knight
> >Rider" is by now, then it's far too late for me to try and explain it
> >to you and you're in the wrong newsgroup. :-\
> I'm very familiar with Knight Rider thanks. It's just that you don't
> seem to be even familiar with your own opinion...
And another moronic imbecile who simply can't read joins the killfile