|TheDevilsDictionary - 2011-07-31 |
I would like to have interviewed Orson Wells so that he could reach over and touch my hand when he explains something to me.
|Riskbreaker - 2011-07-31 |
Always fantastic to hear this man. Along with Werner Herzog.
|cognitivedissonance - 2011-07-31 |
Every time I hear somebody call him "overrated" I have to think back to this period in his life and consider how deeply underrated he was.
|Born in the RSR - 2011-07-31 |
He looked better with the beard on. That said, this is awesome.
|decoy - 2011-07-31 |
Yes, friends, Rosebud Green Peas!
Full of green peaness!
|TheSupafly - 2011-07-31 |
The fact that he chose to define "fake psychics" is a bad sign.
I'm certain he did this to emphasize that he wasn't really becoming a warlock and nobody should burn him or anything. Part of studying behavior is recognizing that there are people who will believe anything and you shouldn't encourage them.
|kingofthenothing - 2011-07-31 |
Sounds like a very useful skill.
He could solve murders! Quick, clone Orson Welles and make him in a detective show. It would be the opposite of Psych: the gimmick is that he's not psychic, but he THINKS he is. Also unlike Psych, it would be entertaining.
"Ma'am, I deduce instantly using my incredible psychic powers, that your husband recently died. I further deduce with my mystic mental gifts that he was murdered!
"And lastly, me self-deluded fake psychic powers, which I believe to be real as per the premise, have led me to the conclusion that YOU killed your husband! Officers! Escort her to the gas chamber!"
"It doesn't work that way, Mr. We-"
"Enough of your babble! I have solved the mystery! Prepare my celebratory bag of pies!"
|takewithfood - 2011-07-31 |
Get him a jury and show him how you can read minds and he'll go down on you.
|sosage - 2011-07-31 |
MNAAAAAaaaaaaahhhh you lost...your...hus...band....
|memedumpster - 2011-07-31 |
That was neat.
|Supahfly - 2011-08-01 |
That was cool.
|BillLumbergh - 2011-08-01 |
That was great.
|chumbucket - 2011-08-01 |
Renting Orson for dinner parties would have been a lucrative business back then.
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