The real injuries are real.

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Posted by Smalls at on January 19, 2004 at 18:46:02:

In Reply to: It is fake... posted by Barry, Suave MF on January 19, 2004 at 18:35:50:

You have noooooo idea.

Of course, there's sometimes faked injuries for storyline purposes, to give a guy time for a vacation, to build slowburn heat, to explain a guy leaving for another company that sort of thing...

But people break their necks, their bones, that sick snap of a tendon breaking and the muscle curling back up in the leg...

Pappypappypappy, no no no. It's a dangerous dangerous game.

I was play acting at it for three days and I suffered a mild concussion.

The margin for error is... razor-thin, sometimes literally.

So what if it's "fixed"? So were all the Reds games in the Eighties.

So are movies. Did you know that? When they're filming a movie, the actors TOTALLY know what the ending is.

Isn't that awful? Doesn't it ruin your vision of filmmaking to know that?

Movies are fixed and so they're not important! Lord...


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