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Rockne S. O'Bannon
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I saw Deadly Invasion: The Killer Bee Nightmare the first time it was on TV, February 28, 1995; it was on again in August, 1997, but I thought once was enough. The movie showed just how ignorant and stupid too many Americans are. Not only are they ignorant of the killer bees. Too many Americans believe in nonsense-meaningless stereotypes! Chad Ingram represents the hero father, as if EVERY dad has to match up to that image, which is not true. Karen represents the archetypal suburban mom; Tracy and Lucy are the equally ignorant daughters. Though these killer bees are only partly understood at the present, it is unlikely that they would go so far as to travel in CLOUDS and surround the Ingram home completely, much less work their way INSIDE and cut off electricity and telephone service to boot! Yet so many Americans are so ignorant to BELIEVE that such is likely to happen! By the same token, many Americans believe that all persons should match up to the stereotypes that the Ingrams show, that all the earth imitate LORE instead of reflecting the holiness of God! So, having seen that flick once, that suffices to make me realize that Amercian society has a lot of growing up to do.
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