Inertia in theatre?
Isn't there inertia in theatre? Is there anyone kind enough to add an article for it? Arthur 16:39, 2 September 2006 (UTC)
- What? Sir, you're not making any sense. ACS (Wikipedian); Talk to the Ace. See what I've edited. 18:30, 2 September 2006 (UTC)
Can you not be so rude to other people(i.e. me)?
Well, I am doing an Extended Essay on theatre arts, and my supervisor told me about inertia in theatre.
I only have a brief idea about it. In a play with the theme inertia, the characters are trying to do something to change the status quo, but can't do so at the endArthur 14:29, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
- >.> You weren't making sense. My response wasn't even in the same category as rude. If you think telling someone they're not making sense is rude...well...good luck to you, Art. It only goes downhill from there. As for an inertia (play), I haven't found anything. Wikipedia doesn't have an article for everything. ACS (Wikipedian); Talk to the Ace. See what I've edited. 15:23, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
Being rude doesn't need a catergory. What's the point of giving a comment that's not constructive? I know wikipedia doesn't have everything, so I am suggesting someone to add it.Arthur 16:45, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
- I wasn't speaking literally, dude. Look, this is what I'm talking about. You think telling someone they're not making sense isn't constructive? Should I have just ignored you, then? ACS (Wikipedian); Talk to the Ace. See what I've edited. 16:47, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
In fact, you should have ignored me. I really don't want to argue with people, but I am serious in asking someone to write about inertia on plays. Arthur 16:59, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
- If you're serious, I'd recommend looking past what you see as "rude" behavior and try to be more clean in your writing, at least in the future. My comments were vconstructive, from the very beginning. When someone tells you that me I'm not making sense- guess what? I try harder to make sense. No defensive reaction. Now, despite your...youness, I'll be glad to help. Do you have a source for "inertia on plays"? >.> ACS (Wikipedian); Talk to the Ace. See what I've edited. 17:05, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
Thank you for being constructive(I am serious). Well, it's only a talk page, my writing don't have to be "perfect" here. I know that one example of play dealing with inertia is Waiting For Godot.Arthur 17:09, 3 September 2006 (UTC)
Oh! I got ya now. Actual inertia in the arts, not a play with that title. Well, gee. Sorry, dude, I don't think such an article would ever be made. Looks like yiu'll just have to do some old fashioned research. ACS (Wikipedian); Talk to the Ace. See what I've edited. 17:30, 3 September 2006 (UTC)