Glenn Ponder

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#1

Do you think someone from say 1432 would be able to tell which was newer out of a film from the 1950s (maybe East of Eden) and a brand new 'un (Bad Santa 2)? How about if you throw in some CGI/effects (King Kongs vs each other (yeah 70s one too, whatever, I don’t give a fuck)). How about music? Tempest or someone vs Human League vs Elvis vs George Fornby?

This is all without any prior knowledge (ie B&W is older).

Think on mother fuckers!


#2

No.


#3

Cheers pal


#4

NO.


#5

who’s going to make the hat joke first? my money’s on eps


#6

They’d be all over the shop. Probably wouldn’t stop vomiting long enough to even register what’s happening on the screen.


#7

Thought William
Matt Bellamy from Muse


#8

Do they get a briefing before seeing the films? As in: this is a tele, look at it and you’ll see this form of entertainment called a film, or are they just suddenly in a cinema not knowing what the fuck is happening?


#9

Weren’t they still quite mystified by the moon then?


#10

when they showed folk that film with the train they all shat their pants. fuck knows how many heart attacks king kong would cause.


#11

Yeah I guess we’ll tell them a little and maybe give them some meat of something to take in with them.


#12

give them an orange. blow their fucking minds.


#13

Like I am pretty sure I read a story that some lad got his head cut off because he pointed at the moon and laughed and they got him for blasphemy


#14

Seriously though, they wouldn’t have a fucking clue, they’d have absolutely no context for any of it.


#15

To be fair it does my nut. It’s miles away yet it can move the seas and get women pregnant and light the earth with a ‘reflection’. Bollocks mate.


#16

Pomder lonely as a cloud


#17

Stop pretending to be an expert on people from the 15th Century, pal.


#18

Prime opportunity to create a Glenn Ponder account for future questions of this nature.


#19

@elthamsmateowen would rather be addressed as ‘he’ than ‘it’, for future reference


#20

If you were offered a trip (by Richard Branson or some other such character) to the moon, would you go?