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Posted 10/21/17 , edited 10/22/17

amejia0 wrote:

r substance equivalent that he was referring too.

The only reason I can think of him saying that the experience is ultimately worthless is because it's not the original artist giving the perfomance.

It's a copy and thus not worth it's salt.


Fair enough makes sense thanks :)

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Posted 10/21/17 , edited 10/22/17

Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.


skill and ability i understand but substance?


http://www.dictionary.com/browse/substance

In this case, most of these definitions. It is a weak pun, I know, since it failed to hit all 13.
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Posted 10/22/17 , edited 10/22/17

gornotck wrote:


Ryulightorb wrote:


gornotck wrote:

Holograms have as much substance, ability, skill, and free agency as the real, dead entertainer, so they're equally overpriced and ultimately worthless as an experience.


skill and ability i understand but substance?


http://www.dictionary.com/browse/substance

In this case, most of these definitions. It is a weak pun, I know, since it failed to hit all 13.


Ahhh all makes sense now thanks
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Michael Jacksons dead no wait what? I just saw him wandering about the city

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I know he only passed away somewhat recently, but I'd like to see David Bowie. Freddy Mercury would make a great show.
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