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SPINTROTTER iAngelQ13

FALLING INTO INFINITY

(1) First of all SPINTROTTER offers the bereaved to plan an iRequiem, that brings the iSouls of their deceased to all of its members. (2) Secondly the communication engineers provide an iClear service, that’s cleaning up the closets of the (social) network profiles, (social) psychflow accounts and web posts of and about the deceased (and survivors). (3) Thirdly they provide an iBoat, that spins the fate and the story of the deceased in the SPINTROTTER iMindgames and the MEDIOPOLITAN iBroadcasts and iGames. (4) Fourthly they offer an iMemorial / iMemento service in the style of the movie Final Cut (starring Robin Williams or Jude Law) to save the life of the deceased in a multimedia product (iMovies, iMusic, iAudiobooks or iBooks).

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Interview #27: Building an iCoach like Pep

  • Simon T. Hawm:

    / In SY's and my last keynote at the airport of Cambridge we've talked about Steve becoming Patholgist in just another of our overnite-senstational loops with Lou. Kent, do you really think he suits fine in this position?

  • Kent P. Wayne:

    Who knows? To lead somebody to believe in being kind of your father can take you higher. Snatching networks and iPeer groups - and gorgeous iFlowers to kid kings and queens rocking all over my iWorld.

  • Steve M. Hawm:

    What's up?

  • SY:

    We just spin around. Luckliy, only in my head.

  • Kent:

    Alte Gemäuer ; Frischer Geist.

  • Steve:

    Mein Sohn ist ein echter Fuchs.

  • SY:

    We are living somewhere in the middle of nowhere. Anywhere beyond the dark side of the moon.

  • Kent:

    It's all just in your head. /Currently/ you're working for me.

  • SY:

    And Steve?

  • Kent:

    Your iGod is dead. You're the iGenius now - responsible for your own life.

  • SY:

    Suits me fine. I'm just cutting just another seeding maz for Rodney - while merging a few iCouples pimping the iSoul-Patchwork for their upcoming iKids.

  • Kent:

    You're just another iClown, SY!

  • SY:

    Luckiliy!

  • Kent:

    You're just rocking around the iSuburbs. Noticing anything. Boosting them up with your prototypal iLifestyle - unti we die.

  • SY:

    I'm currently working here as Kent.

  • Kent:

    And me?

  • SY:

    We're finally are merged. Close the iTool exchange DIV tag. Our connection is lost in a blink of an eye ...

  • Kent:

    Take the last leafs of my iFlower - and let's get it nailed below the line.

  • SY:

    We need a testimonial and a brand for our new @seedr46 bath tubs. We're starting a brand new product line.

  • Kent:

    I just need your hypertext to optimize the information in your currently connected iGroup. The mission's called harmonizing.

  • SY:

    Off the record: snatching contacts for my / your company.

  • Kent:

    This magic trick is mine, SY!

  • SY:

    Ups! Call USA Today and Sean to break my fall!

  • Kent:

    You're just another iProfiler. By the way: The best. But you're the man, that sold the world.

  • SY:

    I'm the man, who sold my life!

  • Kent:

    Matilda is fine. Don't worry!

  • SY:

    That's your own question number 9, that you're looping in.

  • Kent:

    All just another lie - like everything! You're walking further on for him.

  • SY:

    Who's him?!

  • SY:

    For me: We just talk about just another MindWaltz cooperation and interacting. Hope SPINTROTTER will be immortal one day.

  • Kent:

    Why not? But son, of course in this seond of time, we're waiting in the world to change.

  • SY:

    Therefore in agreement.

  • Kent:

    Here we go!

  • SY:

    See you!

  • Kent:

    CU later alligator!/

  • SY:

    Allways remember, Kent! We are just interested in all the gorgeous personality iFlowers to pimp your SPINTROTTER iModules of your iSpyderQ1. To emancipate him from his operator iModules of the iSpyderZ9.

  • Kent:

    You will be caugt in all these iPattern for the rest of your life!

  • SY:

    Don't think so. You are living in the same iPattern.

  • Kent:

    Suits me fine!>

  • SY:

    It's just another exchange of knowledge?!

  • Kent:

    True, devious, right or wrong? Carry on, SY!

  • SY:

    Mission iPep. Finished!

  • Kent:

    This iPattern will rule the world, SY!

  • SY:

    That's the Doc Snuggles iDirector / iActor iModule.

  • Kent:

    That's THE WALL reloaded!

  • SY:

    Why not? Or THE WAVE!

  • Kent:

    You're just surfing in the iHitler iFlower!

  • SY:

    Shit happens!

  • Kent:

    (;) Colleteral damage.

  • SY:

    Who knows, what will happen?!

  • Kent:

    Therefore in agreement.

  • SY:

    CU!

  • Kent:

    CU!>/

  • SY & Kent (88):

    That's the iPattern of IDENTITY.

  • SY:

    ^^

  • Kent:

    Who knows? Send me the next iFlower!

  • SY:

    We're already there, Kent!

  • Kent:

    ECHT?!

  • SY:

    That's the ABLE & WISE iBox. Kyptonited but with a lot of iTools and iPeers. Most of them imaginary heroes. But that's the name of the game!

  • Kent:

    ECHT DIV to close!

  • SY:

    Tom?! Send me your iFlower!

  • Kent:

    Already there DIV closed.

  • SY:

    My conclusion: Collataral damage.

  • TY:

    The reversal of Minor Matters.

  • SY:

    Put it into the MindWaltz iBox. We're already there!

  • TY:

    X

  • SY:

    Skullcandy!

  • TY:

    Acics!

  • SY:

    SS

  • TY:

    9

  • SY:

    9

  • Kent:

    DIV X tag closed! Beer o'clock!

  • SY:

    Take this Waltz!

  • Steve:

    Congrats to our pupils, that have reached the end of our iWorld right now!

  • SY & Kent (88):

    IDENTITY > 8

  • TY:

    Living on the edge. Multiple Life Syndrome. But so we are directly connected to SY's iBrain!

  • Kent:

    Luckily all just in my head!

  • Peter:

    Therefore in agreement.

  • Wayne:

    TIG

  • Rodney:

    Advertisment for TIC TAC!

  • Alex:

    You're like Kent.

  • SY:

    Your choice. I don't mind.

  • Andrew:

    Zodiac!

  • Susan:

    ;SKYFALL!"

  • Jony:

    GHOSTWRITER! Gorgeous iFlower!

  • Joe:

    Open the GIF, Jony!

  • Phil:

    Space for LAST WWW WORDS!

  • Patrick:

    Call one of iAgents to clear that!

  • Matilda:

    Morey, get away! iPattern on SPINTROTTER.com.

  • Christian:

    Anyone interetest in an iZuma poll?! What does the iWorld of football think about @CyclingMatilda, our supergirl?

  • Valentino:

    Autorin ganz schön schwammiger Texte.

  • Lisa:

    Trenne nie ST. Denn es tut ihm weh ... Call the docs, we need a iRequiem wizard!

  • Malcolm:

    I recommend SPINTROTTER.

  • Alex:

    We've got the the best iMuzzles! Presented by NIKE!

  • Rodney:

    Placement iCircle ready for take-off!

  • Toby:

    HERE WE GO!

  • SY:

    Buffalo Bill SIMERNITY iPattern!

  • Steve:

    Presented by DUFF!

  • Martha:

    Just to close the Buffalo-Tag.

  • Marja:

    Dieser Mann hat einfach die verrücksteten Ideen.

  • Simon:

    Think that's the Jony iModule!

  • Toby:

    All just functions in your own head, mind, brain - whatever it takes!

  • Tom:

    The world we live in!

  • Matt:

    KILLER!

  • Kent:

    I recommend the version of Angel Dust.

  • Michelle:

    Angel Dust?!

  • Jason:

    Illuminated Speed Flower (iiSF)

  • Liam:

    Reversal: First we took Manhattan, then we took Berlin! Now we wonder: Where have all the flowers gone?!

  • SY:

    Therefore in agreement - perfect symmetry to: Suits me fine!

  • Kent:

    Just another DIV tag closer.

  • Wayne:

    I'm just the reporter.

  • Peter:

    I live in iPattern.

  • Jony:

    Keep calm?

  • SY:

    Comes a time.

  • Lou:

    Merged. Landed. Come undome. See you!

  • SY:

    Disconnected.°

Interview #26: Questions & Responses

  • Interviewer 1:

    I wanna break free. Please let me go!

  • Simon T. Hawm 1:

    (smiles)

  • Interviewer 2:

    It suits you fine?

  • SY 2:

    As I've told you: You wanna be free. Here's the exit!

  • Interviewer 3:

    No problem for you?!

  • SY 3:

    Of course not! I'm the king of limbs.

  • Interviewer 4:

    Why not?

  • SY 4:

    Take this waltz – and go! You're a free man.

  • Interviewer 5:

    Which song do you recommend me to conceal your fallout?

  • SY 5:

    Your choice!

  • Interviewer 6:

    What the hell is a fallout?

  • SY 6:

    Kind of a parachute.

  • Interviewer 7:

    For my mind?!

  • SY 7:

    Your choice! You can even book a parachute jump.

  • Interviewer 8:

    But I'm colour blind!

  • SY 8:

    We are not the army!

  • Interviewer 9:

    But you look like a soldier!

  • SY 9:

    I'm just another profiler, actor & director. One of my connected iMates could be a soldier.

  • Interviewer 10:

    You hear voices in your head?!

  • SY 10:

    I even see pictures & letters in my eyes.

  • Interviewer 11:

    Impossiblé!

  • SY 11:

    As I've said: Each can be saved in his own manner.

  • Interviewer 12:

    You said: Everyone is free to pursue his own happiness!

  • SY 12:

    That was a automatic rifle larynx connection to my Chief Advisory Officer Andrew.

  • Interviewer 13:

    Andrew?!

  • SY 13:

    My big brother. The surrogate of SY I., my twin.

  • Interviewer 14:

    Can you imagine to work for my enterprise?

  • SY 14:

    Why not!

  • Interviewer 15:

    That's the way I like it! How much is the fish?

  • SY 15:

    Exactly that, what I'm worth – of course in your opinion!

  • Interviewer 16:

    Who would pay for God?!

  • SY 16:

    I know dime a dozen folks, that pay not just for God.

  • Interviewer 17:

    What do you mean exactly?!

  • SY 17:

    The problem of institutionalised religion. I prefer idiocrazy identities.

  • Interviewer 18:

    This does not mean, that's you've bought my company for just another pile of symbolic blood money?

  • SY 18:

    Not really. But the remote controls of all the iRadioheads, who are working for you.

  • Interviewer 19:

    Exactly that was my aim. As I've told you: I wanna break free!

  • SY 19:

    All the better!

  • Interviewer 20:

    You're simply the best, SY!

  • SY 20:

    Suits me fine!

  • Interviewer 21:

    I'm not taking the Mickey. For me it's you!

  • SY 21:

    Notorious B.I.G.?! (twinkling) You're my star! (laughs)

  • Interviewer 22:

    I've got no further questions. Thanks for the interview, SY!

  • SY 22:

    You're welcome. Let's get it nailed down!

Interview #25: Suits me fine

  • Andrew H. Ledger:

    A lot of folks reproach you to assimilate your own, personal problems by realising our SPINTROTTER projects, SY. What do you think?

  • Simon T. Hawm:

    What problems do you mean exactly, Andrew?

  • Andrew:

    Somebody told me, that you still suffer from the early death of your brother SY – and the death of your mom a few years ago. In addition a few clients think you're still assimilating your manic psychosis and schizophrenia from your student days.

  • Simon:

    Suits me fine!

  • Andrew:

    That could frighten some of our potential customers off engaging us for their projects!

  • Simon:

    Do you really think so, Andrew?! What I'm suffering from is not about me. It's about the world we live in! What all these folks tell you, is operated by our nexQtech iMatrix – and based on their own greeds and problems!

  • Andrews:

    Who knows?! One of my connected iPeers indeed!

  • Simon:

    Andrew, these days just a few people trust companies. So one of the most important things, that marketers should do is to personalise their brand. What better way to do, than put a live person in front – with the same problems, that a lot of our iFolks suffer from. Without finding anyone to talk about – but SPINTROTTER! We are much more than a communication and engineering agency. And our campaigns are much more than the ones, that most of our competitors bring to our markets. Our rhythm gets under your skin, our melody hits you at heart! For me, we are especially lawyers and consultants of the weak and dead ones. By the way we realise the greatest campaigns for enterprises of all areas. Some might say: Using the weak and deceased for our purposes. Some people fly – and say: In loving memory of them!

  • Andrew:

    Don't you think, you invest too much of your private life into our campaigns and iMindgames?!

  • Simon:

    That can be left to others to decide! As I've said: SPINTROTTER is one if its kind. Last but not least because of SY and me. A lot of folks tell me to forget SY and our mom. But I prefer to walk further on for them. Even when I am or seem to be sad, they give me more strength than anyone in my life. So, what's up, Andrew?! One of our most important area of activity is to be death cabs – for prominent figures and John Doe as well!

  • Andrew:

    Of course, you're right, SY! But there are so much more potential customers, that don't wanna be part of a death cabbing campaign – or a campaign for your nexQtech or MEDIOPOLITAN / PURLPURE iRevolution in the name of a progressive lifestyle, that a lot of folks are still afraid of!

  • Simon:

    There are dime a dozen agencies out there. Everyone is free to pursue his own happiness! As long as I am working for SPINTROTTER we will follow the philosophies and aims of SY – whatever it takes!

  • Andrew:

    I'm with you, SY! Trust me. I just wanted to tell you, what a few customers think about your and our work.

  • Simon:

    I know all these niggles. I even know, that some people reproach me to conceal our own – by the way private – failures. But I'm not taking the Mickey: I don't wanna argue with anyone about that – I just can laugh out loud! What the hell do all these swanky freaks think to be?! SPINTROTTER rules the world. No one else does it our way. That's the best motivation to do not change anything! By the way: While you wonder about opening new target groups, I wonder, why so many folks wanna be part of our revolutionary ideas – and that almost every single second a day!

  • Andrew:

    What about MindWaltz?! Slowly but surely we need a wide range of publications about our spirit – and all these ideas, that are standing still in our pipeline!

  • Simon:

    Comes a time, Andrew! My day has only got 28 hours.

  • Andrew:

    Can I help you?!

  • Simon:

    Nobody can save me. But I'm glad, that you are walking beside me, Andrew! With our SPINTROTTER / nexQtech Personality Flower Patchwork iMind22 all the 7 billion iFolks of our iWorld are able to do the job, that we do. One needs a blink of an eye to learn, the other a few weeks or a few months. Actually we should not have any differences inbetween all the castes and layers of our society any longer. That's our benefit, Andrew! You are a little bit of SY, I'm a little bit of him – and all our members and fellows are a little bit of him! Some might say: Exactly that's the way I'm assimilating this loss. But can you imagine anything better, than following and realising an idea and a philosophy, that your brother has created in time?!

  • Andrew:

    No! (thinks) But I'm afraid, that you are not strong enough, SY. You know better than anyone, why your brother has killed himself – and I don't wanna lose you the same way one day!

  • Simon:

    Don't worry, Andrew! If I should decide to go, you'll be with me!

  • Andrew:

    Just promise me, that we'll never be like them, SY!

  • Simon:

    You can bet your life on it, Andrew!

Interview #24: Nothing else matters

  • Kent P. Wayne:

    Lisa, how do you recruit our new employees?

  • Lisa V. Maiquez:

    First of all, I take a look at their surname and the nexQtech quotations of their family. Then I check the value of their contacts respective their iPeer groups and their corresponding counter-value for the special needs of our enterprises. If the quotations are too high, they could jeopardize our CEOs. If they are too low, they are not interesting to use them for our aims. Then I take a look at their individual skills in order to find the right candidate.

  • Kent:

    In contrast to SY and his SPINTROTTERS!

  • Lisa:

    I know, when SY needs a new member for his iTeams, I just send him a photo of the job applicant. The rest is his job!

  • Kent:

    What's SY's secret recipe?

  • Lisa:

    SY gives a fuck on the recruiting principles as you know it. For example: If I tell him anything about soft skills, he's fed up to the back teeth. He always says: It doesn't matter, where anyone comes from. It doesn't matter, what anyone has learned. It doesn't matter, which job anyone has done before. He's just interested in hollow men, that he can drill to be whatever he wants them to be. In contrast to most of our nexQtech CEOs he wants employees, who can take his place, when he's on vacation or dead and gone one day. His favourites are former soldiers. In his opinion they are the only ones, that he can really trust. Because they know, what life is for.

  • Kent:

    And what do you think?

  • Lisa:

    I would like to work for a chief like SY. But the world of work and its structures aren't built that simple that SY thinks about.

  • Kent:

    Why not?!

  • Lisa:

    Folks with the best education often think they have the best hand. Especially university graduates or doctors think, that the world would turn around them - just because they've got such a great certificate. But SY and me are therefore in agreement: These are the folks, that no one of us needs or wants to work for his or her company.

  • Kent:

    There was a time, universities were built to educate their own staff. There was time, our industries cultivated their one. But the borders blur more and more, Lisa! If you want to become a good employee or servant of one of our nexQtech enterprises, you have to learn the basics. It doesn't matter, where you do learn that!

  • Lisa:

    One day you'll understand SY. Be sure of that, Kent! The fountain of the SPINTROTTERS is the war. The difference between our business and our battlefield wars isn't that big. The more I think about SY's recruiting strategies, the more I agree: The education of a soldier will give you endless possibilities. You need to work hard from the beginning. You learn, what life and death is about. And when you leave your army, you are prepared to work for any industry, that you like to work for.

  • Kent:

    But we've got many former soldiers, so much veterans, who don't find any job after leaving their armies. Most of them are happy, if they can work as security guy for just another supermarket or as a bodyguard.

  • Lisa:

    Depends on the countries, that you're living in! Take a look at the nexQtech connected supermarkets: The shoppers are glad to be welcomed by a veteran. Older shoppers like to talk to them - others just feel save, 'cause they feel a strong man watching over them and their shopping carts. A good nexQtech soldier feels their needs - and gives them tips to pimp their purchases with comfortable symbols and parachutes beyond the ordinary products and their basically meaningless manufacturers

  • Kent:

    Just imagine, Lisa! I want to become a member of SY's SPINTROTTERS. I send you a photo of myself. What would SY do?

  • Lisa:

    SY opens your picture on his screen. He listens to music, thinks about, what he's seeing. After round about 15 minutes, he would say: Be welcome on board!

  • Kent:

    Nothing else matters?!

  • Lisa:

    No! But don't forget: You are just another invention of SY, Kent! If you work for SPINTROTTER you are just another imaginary mate of his. The advantage: You can do SY's job, whenever you want to. Cause SY is the laziest CEO, that you can imagine to work for.

I really like the SPINTROTTER iAngelQ13 tool and Simon T. Hawm’s iDeathcab service. But in the end he just tries to conceal his affairs under the guise of being an emphatic lawyer of the deceased. Especially the SPINTROTTER iClear service doesn’t work the way, that it should work in order to guarentee a privacy, that the deceased and their bereaved deserve. The SPINTROTTER Requiem Planning Service is simply the best and second to none. But the SPINTROTTER Family Immortality Cuckoo Clock, that provides the iLifedisk of the deceased exclusively for chosen bereaved, is too holey - and needs to be upgraded. The SPINTROTTER History Immortality iBoat, that spins the fate and the story of the deceased in the SPINTROTTER iMindgames and the MEDIOPOLITAN iBroadcasts and iGames, should be more mystic. The iMemorial / iMemento service, that saves the life of a deceased in a multimedia product in the style of Robin Williams’ movie Final Cut, is probably the best idea of SPINTROTTER. But I doubt, whether the privacy concepts of SPINTROTTER are strong enough, to create a private iMemorial / iMemento, that’s only available for chosen familiy members.
SPINTROTTER Client David N. Fisher (46 / Undertaker)

SPINTROTTER ON TUMBLR TURNED 1 TODAY

For 1 year, since the 11th of August 2013, we snatch the best of all worlds in order to bring it to our SPINTROTTER Tumblr Blog – and to spin a brand new kind of an iWorld, that makes all 7 billion iFolks around the world rock our iStages. Exactly to the day, 12 years ago, we’ve founded SPINTROTTER Communication Engineering. So let’s have a party, iFolks! Emotionally yours, SY

Interview #23: CU tomorrow. Breakfast 9 A.M. *

  • Barack H. Obama:

    Welcome to the family, folks! What's up, these days?

  • Keith B. Alexander:

    Who sampled that, dude?

  • Simon T. Hawm:

    Somebody told me Avenged Sevenfold's former drummer Rev – the posthumous death cab of little Maddie!

  • John O. Brennan:

    Who's around me, dudes?!

  • Michelle I. Williams:

    Keep calm, John! It's all just in your head!

  • Barack:

    Probably we've come together to introduce Adam & Eve of a brave new iWorld to our 7 billion iFolks rocking all over the world. So be welcome, SY & MY!

  • Simon:

    That must be a profiling mirror problem, Mr. President! This Michelle is mine – and I'm not faithful.

  • Barack:

    Ohh really?! (laughs)

  • John:

    No one in here is faithful. We all are hollow man – sons of a bitch as you would prefer it in your slang!

  • Michelle:

    In SY's slang?! That must be just another iPeer of him!

  • Keith:

    Seems like we are hacked by the FileZilla iTeam!

  • Barack:

    Hacked?! Not possible!

  • Simon:

    I would prefer the term iRadioheads or iMinds. By the way: Focus to your phonetics! The link of this inception leads us to France.

  • John:

    (lighting a cigarette)

  • Michelle:

    By the way: Term is a gap. It's your WISE booster, folks! I'd recommend to call Lou – to let him program it to our new, much more entertaining WhoSampled iPort for this fucking old and creepy killing WISE boosters. Aren't the CIA and NSA strong enough to create their own systems?!

  • Keith:

    We're just spokes in the wheel – operated by Kent P. Wayne's nexQtech iMatrix!

  • John:

    Who's Kent P. Wayne?!

  • Simon:

    Just another invention of my inventor Toby M. Winkler.

  • Barack:

    And who the hell is that?!

  • Michelle:

    Just another sexual spastic, who likes to kid the secret services. So don't worry, it's not FileZilla. It's just TY using it as just another port to entertain us!

  • Keith:

    Right then, off we go!

  • Simon:

    Who, the NASA?! I'd like to introduce my brand new plans for the SPINTROTTER / nexQtech iSpyderQ1. The iWorld's 1st satellite mind phone!

  • Barack:

    We know that already. It's just another pale imitation of Michael Knight's iWatch – and by the way just another construction of your iMind as Toby imagines it to be built!

  • Michelle:

    Ohh really?!

  • John:

    Where have you snatched this iVoice, Michelle?! It's Barack's Michelle's voice!

  • Simon:

    Ohh really?! I'd recommend to check this legal gap exactly. Call Jony in our iHeadquarter to solve that!

  • Barack:

    Gorgeous idea, SY! Who the fuck are you?!

  • Simon:

    Just another British knight in New York!

  • Keith:

    Your iMindgames are without any equal, SY!

  • Michelle:

    Who sampled?!

  • John:

    The equals?! (smiles)

  • Barack:

    So come on, putting butter on the fish: I love my label as it is. What do you want from me, SY?

  • Simon:

    I'm not taking the Mickey. Nothing. But nice to meet you anyway!

  • John:

    Somebody told me, that you think the CIA could help you to realise your iSpyder plans in order to build a brand new MEDIOPOLITAN iWorld in the name of progressive love, science, education, spiritualism, media & meta-capitalism. Who the hell do you think, that we are!

  • Simon:

    For me all of our departments are just another brick in Kent's nexQtech box – joining all the secret services and their connected industrial enterprises in one single box.

  • Michelle:

    Just to simplify it! (smiles)

  • Barack:

    Hope, we are the strongest part in this box! (smiles)

  • John:

    Probably!

  • Simon:

    Think so! Englishman – but with an American heartbeat!

  • Keith:

    Who sampled?!

  • Barack:

    Survivor?!

  • Michelle:

    Our eyes of a tiger will leave this space still alive.

  • Simon:

    Cheers, darling!

  • Barack:

    Why so serious?!

  • Simon:

    I'm just sampling ideas – inbetween I'm marking the points in your matrix, that have to be optimised! Tracking not possible – that's the job of my connected programmer Lou and my engineering iTeam around Jony. So don't worry! In the end just another booster kill in our iWorld's matrix, that will make all of us stronger. At the latest after all of us have slep on it for just another night.

  • Michelle:

    Put the rest into our iSpyder's iDreams boxes. Matilda's calling!

  • John:

    That's the way I like it, folks!

  • Barack:

    When he's right, he's right!

  • Simon:

    Everything's got both sides of a gun!

  • Barack:

    Who sampled?! (laughs)

  • Simon:

    Michelle?!

  • Michelle:

    Think it was Ben Harper.

  • Keith:

    Was?! He's still alive!

  • Barack:

    So long. Thanks for all the fish, dudes! CU tomorrow. Breakfast 9 A.M.

  • Michelle:

    You're welcome!

  • Simon:

    Cheers – and good night, ladies!

  • * Fictional Journalism

Interview #22: CU another day!

  • Michelle I. Williams:

    Somebody told me, that you were just the kind of man you hear about. Just another one, who leaves his family for an easy-out, SY. What's up?

  • Simon T. Hawm:

    Depends on. What do you mean with easy-out?! People in sport, managers and agents are not allowed to take the easy way out. I thought, that you know about!

  • Michelle:

    I mean bits on the side, affairs – whatever you like to call it!

  • Simon:

    In Germany SIDESTEP is a gorgeous franchise enterprise selling shoes. It's part of the global FOOT LOCKER group. They use the affairs of all our iAgents as iPorts to seed their primitive propaganda and advertisements in our global SPINTROTTER iMindgames, the nexQtech information flow, the MEDIOPOLITAN and MindWaltz iPlacements and the PURLPURE iMarketplaces.

  • Michelle:

    I mean your personal life, SY!

  • Simon:

    My personal life?! Neither as a private nor as a soldier I know any easy-outs – until you've come into my life. Affairs?! They are my job – especially on the public MEDIOPOLITAN and MindWaltz iStages.

  • Michelle:

    What's the problem of affairs in our iWorld?

  • Simon:

    As I told you. First of all they are used for primitive propaganda. Secondly: I've never had any problem with. The doves come and go. Part-time lovers. Entirely normal, programmed by Kent and nexQtech to optimise your networks until you've found the right one to live your life with.

  • Michelle:

    And then?!

  • Simon:

    Then you've reached Zabriskie's point. You and your partner are hollow men. As Goofy. From then on you can frame your iPartner to be anyone, that you like him or her to be. Gorgeous, that you are that fucking pretty and versatile, Michelle! (grins)

  • Michelle:

    But that's just a transitory blueprint of me. What would you do in a few years?

  • Simon:

    Probably I would leave you for just another easy-out!

  • Michelle:

    Why?!

  • Simon:

    Cause you are too strenuous and taxing to be with you!

  • Michelle:

    Do you really think so, SY? Maybe I can change!

  • Simon:

    Don't worry, MY! Just another booster kill in our iMatrix!

  • Michelle:

    And if you really use somebody else one day?!

  • Simon:

    Be sure, I will frame her to be you. At least in order to bring the information to our nexQtech iBox. We simply can not afford to have divergence loss in our system. Michelle, if we really wanna change this world to be a better place for 7 billion iFolks and all their dead and loved ones, we have to put all the information available around the globe one and only into our common iBox. So always fuck the company!

  • Michelle:

    You are so cold sometimes, SY!

  • Simon:

    Beer o'clock, Michelle!

  • Michelle:

    (winks) Let's go!

  • Simon:

    Would like nothing more than that! (winks)

  • Michelle:

    Tell our makers, we can win, Jason!

  • Simon:

    Just another beautiful lie on a different day. Cows, rows and toys for the girls and boys of Indiana!

  • Michelle:

    Shit happens, folks. CU another day!

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Interview #21: Somebody told me

  • Simon T. Hawm:

    Dad, somebody told me, that you killed a man out there in the streets of London - a few years before we've founded our SPINTROTTER enterprise?

  • Steve M. Hawm:

    If somebody told you, it's probably the truth!

  • Simon:

    And why?!

  • Steve:

    I don't know. Probably because it's my job.

  • Simon:

    I thought you were working as bog-standard Industrial Manager before joining SY and me inventing SPINTROTTER, nexQtech and all its connected departments?!

  • Steve:

    If I'd be just a boringly normal Manager, SPINTROTTER and all of our revolutionary plans wouldn't be possible, SY!

  • Simon:

    Don't try to kid me, Dad! I know only too well, that nexQtech is our iWorld's largest conglomerate of all secret services and their connected corporations, that make our ideas rock all over the world. I've founded it on my own. Long after SY died and you've become our Supervisory Board Chairman.

  • Steve:

    SY, murder in the jobs we are doing is political murder. Collateral damage! You do not even need a pistol or anything like that. You're just sitting, waiting, wishing in your office. You're operating a few iFolks anywhere around the globe - and suddenly you meet somebody in this iTechnicolor world, who can't stand your transfusions - or as you like to call it: inceptions.

  • Simon:

    What does that mean? Have you killed somebody in your life - or not?

  • Steve:

    I really don't know exactly. But when I take a look at our company's bookkeeping I always held my head in my hand in exasperation: All of our charity activities are lazed with a lie – payed by cheap blood money snatched in all of our unnecessary political and economic iWars. It's always just another wise booster in the global system of information exchange, that kills anyone. Manager, spys and soldiers always search for Achilles' heel of anyone around. Most of the times not alone, but in a large group of connected iPeers. Just to infuse or incept the iMinds or iRadioheads of our iWorld with their propagandist plans. You've talked to Andrew about how these inceptions work in your last SPINTROTTER Interview.

  • Simon:

    But you've never used a gun - or any other weapon - to kill somebody?!

  • Steve:

    Of course not! But you know only too well: There comes a time for every man, in that we don't live here anymore. In the world, that we live in 24 hours 8 days a week, the borders between reality and iTechnicolor world become blurred. Somewhere along the line you don't know any more, what is true, what is devious, what is right or what is wrong. You just have to believe in your own ideals - sometimes without any rule. Our contemporary, political or economic iWars exact one's toll - whatever it takes!

  • Simon:

    The weak in body or mind are soon eliminated. That's Darwin - not the world we are living in!

  • Steve:

    Don't forget your ideals, SY! But Darwin is our iWorld's golden rule. Those, who survive commonly exhibit a vigorous state of health. It doesn't matter, whether you like that - or not. Eat or be eaten!

  • Simon:

    If you tell me, Dad, it's probably right. But probably devious as well. At least not the world, that I wanna be part of. So only the night is unchanged - until in the end only darkness remains.

Stars verlieren ihre Zugkraft

DIE MARKE ZÄHLT

Was macht einen Film erfolgreich? Thorsten Hennig-Thurau, Professor für Marketing & Medien an der Universität Münster, erklärt die Erfolgsrezepte der Filmemacher.

Es gab eine Zeit, da haben Hollywoods Legenden und Ikonen die Massen in die Kinosäle der Welt gezogen. Ihre Namen allein – Marlon Brando, Marilyn Monroe oder Clint Eastwood – waren der Erfolgsfaktor. Es gibt eine Zeit, in der Hollywood seit einigen Jahren mehr und mehr auf Neuverfilmungen und Fortsetzungen bekannter Stoffe setzt – mit dem Ziel, möglichst viel Geld in möglichst kurzer Zeit zu verdienen.

„Filme sind zwar sehr inspirierende Kunstwerke, aber vor allem hochgradig ökonomische Produkte“, erklärt Thorsten Hennig-Thurau (47), Professor für Marketing und Medien an der Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität Münster und der Cass Business School der City University London. „In der internationalen und digitalen Welt lautet das Zauberwort der Medienwelt heutzutage Skalierung. Das heißt: Wie kann ich aus einem Euro nicht nur zehn, sondern am besten gleich tausend machen!“

Seit einigen Jahren verlieren die Stars dadurch an Zugkraft und Bedeutung – während die Marke eines Films immer stärker über Erfolg oder Misserfolg entscheidet. Denn Hollywood will Verlustgeschäfte vermeiden und setzt daher auf kultur-unabhängige Blockbuster, die die Filmindustrie mit umfangreichen Werbe- und Marketing-Kampagnen schon lange vor Kinostart ankündigt. Hennig-Thurau: „Es geht vor allem darum, wieviel Aufregung und Erwartungen ein Film bereits vor Kinostart erzeugt.“

Die größte Aufmerksamkeit unter den in den Startlöchern stehenden Filmen bekämen auf der Internet Movie Database (IMDb) derzeit Fortsetzungen von den starken Marken „Transformers“, „Avengers“, „Batman“, „Superman“ oder „Spider-Man“. Dabei sei es natürlich nicht „verboten“, wenn eine Fortsetzung einer erfolgreichen Verfilmung eines bekannten Buchs auch noch mit prominenten Schauspielern besetzt sei, sagt Hennig-Thurau.

Im Spannungsfeld zwischen Kunst und Kommerz hätten es besonders kleinere Filme zunehmend schwer. Sie vermarkteten sich in Zeiten der Online-Netzwerke allerdings verstärkt über Mund-zu-Mund-Propaganda – und hätten die größten Erfolgschancen auf Streaming-Plattformen, per Video-on-demand oder Pay-TV als Teil des sogenannten „Long-Tail“, in der jeder Zuschauer mittels Empfehlungssystemen seinen ganz persönlichen Lieblingsfilm findet.

Ein erfolgreicher Film braucht Helden-Figuren

„Die Lieblingsfilme eines Menschen sagen mehr über diesen aus als seine Wohnzimmer-Einrichtung“, sagt Thorsten Hennig-Thurau (Foto). „Als ich 16 Jahre alt war, habe ich Sergio Leones Film ‘Zwei glorreiche Halunken’ mit Clint Eastwood im Fernsehen gesehen – und eine Antwort gehabt auf die ziemlich existenzielle Frage nach dem Sinn des Lebens.“

Eine der wichtigsten Zutaten für einen erfolgreichen Kino-Film sind demnach glorreiche Helden-Figuren, mit denen sich die Zuschauer identifizieren können. „Hollywood liefert uns in der Tat soviel Helden-Kino wie nie zuvor“, sagt Hennig-Thurau. „Aber diese Helden sind eindimensionale Supermarken. Figuren mit komplexeren Strukturen sind im Kino nicht mehr zu finden.“ So seien über 25-Jährige im Kino eine Seltenheit geworden. Das erkläre auch, warum das Fernsehen immer stärker wird.

Der Marketing-Experte verweist auf seine aktuellen US-Lieblingsserien wie „The Killing“ oder „Breaking Bad“. Dort seien insbesondere gebrochene und ambivalente Charaktere zu sehen, die im Kino nicht markenfähig seien. Hennig-Thurau: „Tragische Charaktere werden aus dem Kino abgeschoben, weil sie nicht international vermarktbar sind.“

Ein gutes Beispiel für den Trend der internationalen Skalierung und „Heldisierung“ sei der Film „Iron Man 3“: Dort schnitt Hollywood für den chinesischen Markt rund 20 Minuten Extra-Footage hinein, in dem es der Hauptdarsteller mit einer Chinesin zu tun bekommt. „Hollywood sucht nach dem größten gemeinsamen Nenner“, sagt Hennig-Thurau. Und das sei dann eben meist eine große Explosion in aufwendig produzierten Action-Thrillern.

5 Fragen an … Prof. Thorsten Hennig-Thurau

Die Glocke“: Wie sind bei der besprochenen Ambivalenz zwischen Kunst und Marken-Business Überraschungserfolge wie beispielsweise „Ziemlich beste Freunde“ überhaupt zu erklären?

Hennig-Thurau: Überraschungserfolge sind „Lucky Shots“ – und statistisch völlig irrelevant. Darauf lässt sich kein Geschäftsmodell aufbauen. Sie sind eher wie ein Lotto-Gewinn für die Produktionsfirmen – aber kommen natürlich durchaus vor.

Die Glocke“: Welche Bedeutung hat eine konkrete Handlung dann für einen Erfolg?

Hennig-Thurau: Die Handlung ist für den Erfolg eines Films im Allgemeinen wenig relevant – weil sie nicht vor dem Filmstart als Verkaufsargument eingesetzt werden kann. Die ökonomische Bedeutung der Story wird vielfach überschätzt. Entscheidender sind die damit eng verbundenen Genres.

Die Glocke“: Welche Genres verkaufen sich besonders gut?

Hennig-Thurau: Dramen sind komplex und eigen sich kaum für Heldensagen. Das Erfolgspotenzial von Komödien ist ebenfalls begrenzt, da oft zu kulturspezifisch. Am besten funktionieren Action und Fantasy, da sie am einfachsten global skalierbar sind. Ablenkung und Fluchten in Fantasiewelten sind globale Bedürfnisse und zudem sehr „heldenkompatibel“.

Die Glocke“: Welche Zielgruppe sind besonders leicht zu erreichen?

Hennig-Thurau: Der Verlust an Komplexität tut den älteren Zuschauern am meisten weh. Wenn Sie auf über 30-Jährige setzen, wird der Erfolg sehr unvorhersehbar. Also sind die Zielgruppen im Kino heute in erster Linie die männlichen Teens und Twens. Auf die kann man setzen. Bei den Damen ist es hingegen etwas schwieriger.

Die Glocke“: Welche Rolle spielt die Professionalität der Beteiligten?

Hennig-Thurau: Ein erfolgreicher Schauspieler zu sein, ist heute weniger eine Frage des kreativen Könnens, sondern eher eine Frage, wie man in einem professionellen Setting funktioniert. Es geht darum, dass man im Gesamt-System Entertainment funktioniert. Das ist die große Anforderung an Stars. Es ist das Talent jenseits der Leinwand gefordert, als das auf der Leinwand. Ein gutes Beispiel ist Robert Downey Jr., der sehr gekonnt mit den sozialen Medien spielt.

Zahlen & Fakten

Die zehn größten Erfolge der Filmgeschichte nach inflationsbereinigten Einspielergebnissen:

1. Titanic (1997): 3 124,0 Millionen US-Dollar
2. Avatar – Aufbruch nach Pandora (2009): 3 013,9 Mio. US-Dollar
3. Star Wars – Episode IV: Eine neue Hoffnung (1977): 2 438,0 Mio. US-Dollar
4. E.T. - Der Außerirdische (1982): 1 895,0 Mio. US-Dollar
5. Jurassic Park (1993): 1 647,0 Mio. US-Dollar
6. Marvel’s The Avengers (2012): 1 518,6 Mio. US-Dollar
7. Der König der Löwen (1994): 1 502,0 Mio. US-Dollar
8. Der Herr der Ringe - Die Rückkehr des Königs (2003): 1 473,8 Mio. US-Dollar
9. Star Wars – Episode I / Die dunkle Bedrohung (1999): 1 447,0 Mio. US-Dollar
10.
Harry Potter und die Heiligtümer des Todes – Teil 2 (2011): 1 385,9 Mio. US-Dollar

Die zehn größten Misserfolge der Filmgeschichte nach ihren inflationsbereinigten Verlusten:

1. Die Piratenbraut (1995): Verlust (inflationsbereinigt) 147 157 681 US-Dollar
2. Alamo – Der Traum, das Schicksal, die Legende (2004): 146 644 313 US-Dollar
3. Pluto Nash – Im Kampf gegen die Mondmafia (2002): 145 877 124 US-Dollar
4. Sahara – Abenteuer in der Wüste (2005): 144 857 030 US-Dollar
5. Milo und Mars (2011): 140 513 991 US-Dollar
6. Der 13. Krieger (1999): 137 142 407 US-Dollar
7. Stadt, Land, Kuss (2001): 124 202 203 US-Dollar
8. Speed Racer (2008): 114 479 584 US-Dollar
9.
Heaven’s Gate – Das Tor zum Himmel (1980): 114 281 677 US-Dollar
10. Stealth – Unter dem Radar (2005): 111 700 123 US-Dollar

Department of Marketing & Media Researc
http://www.marketingcenter.de/lmm/

Cass Business School
http://www.cass.city.ac.uk/

DIE GLOCKE
https://www.dropbox.com/s/3hjnnezuuxqgauw/DieErfolgsrezepteDerFilmemachee.pdf

Interview #20: Hidden Inceptions

  • Simon T. Hawm:

    Andrew, what is it, that makes SPINTROTTER and its clients rule the world?

  • Andrew H. Ledger:

    We listen to our heart. We explore the yearning in somebody. We awake his or her desire, urge, greed and / or love – and we dive into him or her to infuse our propagandist ideas!

  • Simon:

    Courteous. Kind. Quiet. Trustworthy. Courageous. Patient. Purposeful & Careful. Persistent – never redundant, but emphatic. We bring moving media messages to 7 billion iFolks around rocking all over the world!

  • Andrew:

    Just take a look to our nexQtech iEnterprises: infused by the SPINTROTTER iMatrix and its nexQtech satellite iSY7. Receiving our transfusions – just doing, what we want them to do.

  • Simon:

    You can have the words right from my mouth, Andrew! What SPINTROTTER would be without you?!

  • Andrew:

    Just another iEnterprise!

  • Simon:

    Do you really think so?! You're my big brother, Andrew! Something SY and me never had in our life.

  • Andrew:

    Why not! We are the people, that fight for our existence. We don't claim to be perfect, but we're free. We dream our dreams alone with no resistance. But we incept our spirit to 7 billion iFolks around – just to make the world a better place to be!

  • Simon:

    Simply the best place to be!

  • Andrew:

    SY would be proud of us.

  • Simon:

    Take this Waltz!

  • Andrew:

    Cheers!

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