The Cost Of Fame: Billie Eilish, Same Interview, One Year Apart
#41
Oh yeah, my kids would be raised in a totally secluded log cabin with a black 'n white TV, nothing but pre-1980s shows & movies, the computers would be locked away in my own private suite where you step in and suddenly it's like fucking space age shit. Lmfao. And they'd never use the computer until they were 10 or 11, and it would be directed lessons by me for like 2 hours a day. Then at 13 or so they could have their own computer but it would be a locked down version. Then at 15 or so they could have the real deal, unlocked.
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#42
(05-20-2020, 02:06 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: Oh yeah, my kids would be raised in a totally secluded log cabin with a black 'n white TV, nothing but pre-1980s shows & movies, the computers would be locked away in my own private suite where you step in and suddenly it's like fucking space age shit. Lmfao. And they'd never use the computer until they were 10 or 11, and it would be directed lessons by me for like 2 hours a day. Then at 13 or so they could have their own computer but it would be a locked down version. Then at 15 or so they could have the real deal, unlocked.


Kinda sounds like you've already planned out a family. Is this from the SIMs? 

I like your imagination. I have a somewhat similar version....

Dad would be "The Professor" until I deemed them fit for release from "the program."

Massive amounts of really helpful, completely useful conditioning and LOTS of love and what love actually is. In ALL of it's forms. 

Not so sure about the television though. I like caveman television....bonfires. I do like a lot of old shows though. 

When I look at my youngins' and they're giving me flack (as if) they'd get that "The Rifleman" dead eye stare ;)
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#43
You're right, TV is wholly obsolete.
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#44
(05-20-2020, 03:04 PM)Mister Obvious Wrote: You're right, TV is wholly obsolete.


It could be but your scenario sounds cool. I'd just severely moderate it. Like...once a week for 3 hours max. 

Wholesome shit. So, 12 hours a month isn't really that bad. I wouldn't watch it. I'd rather be outside with the fire.
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#45
(05-20-2020, 02:39 PM)Master Oblivious Wrote: "The Rifleman" dead eye stare

Remember that scene in Once Upon a Time in America where Henry Fonda shot the kid?

That scene prompted someone to comment:

"This is the movie that taught me to look at people as though they're already dead."

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#46
Darrrrk... I love it!!!
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#47
Yeah, we're totally gonna cam later.

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#48
(05-20-2020, 10:56 PM)Devastatia Wrote: Yeah, we're totally gonna cam later.


um.... MO!
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#49
Check it out, you can't make this shit up...

Billie comes from an elitist family, her mom Maggie Baird has been an actor for like decades... she touts all the radical leftist agendas on social media as they arise.

Billie's brother Finneas is "dating" a woman who looks exactly like Billie.

So they are literally all related...

Claudia Sulewski:

https://www.instagram.com/p/B_vNTB3hhci/

Billie:

https://static.billboard.com/files/media...24x677.jpg
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#50
Eek 
Well that's not creepy at all.

Eek
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#51
Save yourself and mute before pushing play...



This was 2019.

The masks are an agenda...

It is about nothing else.

Figures they'd choose Billie to pimp it because as I alluded to earlier in this thread...

(12-11-2019, 11:45 AM)Mister Obvious Wrote: And there's another direction they could take her as well, but I won't discuss that yet.

I still don't want to give full details but suffice it to say...

It's about having women cover up their bodies in what looks like a massive black trash bag...

nod
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