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What is the difference between Bernald Mulda's book the nayural and the moive? Answered

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orksecurity

8 years ago

Websearch will probably find reviews which answer this question in a fair amount of detail. GIFY?

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Kiteman

8 years ago

One consists of stationary text printed on rectangular pages.

The other consists of a series of stationary images flashed on a screen in front of your eyes with such rapidity as to give the illusion of continuous movement.

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kelseymhredsoup

Answer 8 years ago

Hard to tell from your question.

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redsoupkelseymh

Answer 8 years ago

You know and I'm twleve and your thirty i think that you should get off instructables if your this old and being a prick to a kid.

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kelseymhredsoup

Answer 8 years ago

Lack of age doesn't preclude thought, nor does it preclude politeness. If you want good answers ask good questions, not homework questions. If you want politeness, be polite.

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redsoupkelseymh

Answer 8 years ago

Yes, but I am fustrated by the fact people on instructables could be useless, and the fact that a thirty year old tells a twleve year old what to do is a little wierd.
P.S. I posted this in the summer

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kelseymhredsoup

Answer 8 years ago

Uh, huh. Those of us who try to answer questions are frustrated by the fact that people are too lazy to do research themselves, and have a sense of entitlement that ohers should figure things out for them and give them information for free. Part of being assigned projects is learning how to gather information, and synthesize it, for yourself.

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kelseymh

8 years ago

Read the book, watch the movie, then get the Cliff Notes and you won't have to think for yourself.

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kelseymhredsoup

Answer 8 years ago

Yes, my point exactly. You're still not thinking.

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redsoupkelseymh

Answer 8 years ago

I read the book then saw the movie looked at cliff notes and oh yah they gave me no info

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onrust

8 years ago

Just read the book man!

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redsouponrust

Answer 8 years ago

I READ THE BOOK THE MOVIE WAS IMPOSABLE TO GET

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kelseymhredsoup

Answer 8 years ago

Too lazy to go to Blockbuster, eh? Or look on NetFlix? It helps if you know how to spell the title.

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redsoupkelseymh

Answer 8 years ago

The blockbuster in my area closed and netflix sucks at delivering, and my key bord is broken

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RavingMadStudios

8 years ago

They're totally different. The movie is about a baseball player, and the book is about a hairstyle popular among African-Americans in the 1970's. Hollywood totally ruins everything....

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kelseymhredsoup

Answer 8 years ago

Wow. You mean you actually know something about the story? That's amazing.

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yokozuna

8 years ago

It is rumored that the book and movie actually follow the career of two different players, both of which take some liberty with the truth in order to help complete the story. Also, it's worth noting that the director's cut is quite different from the theatrically released version. Finally, the movie has an Academy Award winning soundtrack, and is one of the few movies that in my opinion is as good/better than the book.