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After Campbell's sections, the game then cuts to Michael Tapp at his father David's apartment after his suicide. He sees Chief of Police Henry Jacobs, a detective named Joseph Poltzer, and David's reclusive neighbor Sarah Blalok. Michael also sees Jennings Foster, a forensics specialist who was a survivor of the first Saw game. Michael is then kidnapped by Pighead and forced to play Jigsaw's game in order to investigate his father's death. After being abandoned by another victim, Solomon Bates, Michael is given another chance. The first victim Michael must save is a college student named Griff whom his father arrested for raping his professor, now trapped in a room full of explosives. Michael continues through the hotel, traversing traps, and rescuing a pedophile named Zeke from a glass box similar to the one from Saw II, though he passes out from blood loss and is dragged away by Pighead. Michael then finds Henry in a trap that will cause a loaded gun to go off in his mouth, and learns that he is corrupt and has been selling drugs on the street. Upon being saved, Henry pretends to be grateful but later meets up with Joseph, and the two decide to kill Michael to ensure their corruption is kept secret. Michael then saves Sarah (whom he met earlier but who turns out to be a drug addict) from being drowned in a glass case. Upon being freed, Sarah flees and Michael continues through the hotel to save his next victim.

SAW 2 Flesh and Blood


Michael finds Zeke stuck to the ceiling in a room full of bombs, the door closes to keep Michael from escaping and Billy tells Michael that he will have to hurry or he and Zeke will both die. Michael frees Zeke and shuts off the bombs, but Zeke's hands are torn off as he is freed and he passes out from shock and blood loss. Pighead 2 later finds Zeke and drags his unconscious body away. Zeke is healed by Jigsaw and Pighead 2, who tell him his game is over and he can go home. Zeke, blaming Michael for the loss of his hands however, decides to stay so he can kill Michael, cut his hands off and use them to replace his old ones (even though he needed to lose his hands to live, and it was really all Jigsaw's fault).

Zeke is shown to be highly insane during his boss fight, frequently yelling "I'm gonna pop you like a balloon of blood", "I want my hands back, maybe I'll take yours.", "Slice slice slice.", "You'll look better in pieces.", "Look. now all I need are these (referring to his blades).", and "I'm gonna cut you open and crawl on you like a cat.".

Parents: According to the ESRB, this game contains blood and gore, drug reference, intense violence, sexual themes, strong language.What are you even doing reading this part? You already know not to get this game for your children. It's based on the Saw movies, and involves people being stabbed, shot, burned, electrocuted, and fed into giant meat grinders. Under no circumstances should any children ever come near this game.

Then I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse! The one sitting on it is called Faithful and True, and in righteousness he judges and makes war. His eyes are like a flame of fire, and on his head are many diadems, and he has a name written that no one knows but himself. He is clothed in a robe dipped in blood, and the name by which he is called is The Word of God. And the armies of heaven, arrayed in fine linen, white and pure, were following him on white horses. From his mouth comes a sharp sword with which to strike down the nations, and he will rule them with a rod of iron. He will tread the winepress of the fury of the wrath of God the Almighty. ...

Against this backdrop, Chain Saw tells the story of a total disaster. Bodies are killed and tortured. The flow of capital stagnates and, in the film's Gothic schema, its value gets transferred to other kinds of fluid forms: blood, urine, tears, automotive traffic, news media, and, in one two-shot sequence, fuel. Such a transformation highlights the pointlessness of cash money in a panic-inspired, hoarding economy in which the use-value of bodies and fuel increases while the market-value of the dollar bottoms out. And while Marx's theory of capitalist hoarding directs our attention to the hoarder's 'work, thrift, and greed', it also remains focused on the value transformations of commodity, coin, and money, explaining how the hoard proves how money 'is the universal representative of material wealth because it is directly convertible into any other commodity'. (2) In Chain Saws Gothic, the reserve of hoarded money referred to by Marx gets displaced by both commodity and human forms, thus effectively critiquing what Marx describes as the bourgeois thirst for and dream of money as 'the only wealth'. (3) The monstrosity of the film's metonymic relations, substitutions, and exchanges demonstrates not only how the cinematic Gothic serves as a kind of raw material for understanding late capitalism's unification of the local and the global, but also the importance of looking at more than the horror film's splattering bodies so that the economic contexts which produce them become more specifically articulated and analyzed. (4)

The question "What were they" is indefinite in the sense that a responsive answer would not necessarily be material, competent or relevant, particularly since it relates to the escalator of a different manufacturer. In the event the answer were material, it could do no more than open the door to further explorations. It would not answer such questions as: Is the device of practical substance, or is it in experimental stage? Is it available for purchase and use? Is its cost prohibitive or within the reach of businesses such as respondent's? Is its use customary, and, if not, are manual and automatic stopping devices now in use so inadequate that its use is imperative in the exercise of reasonable prudence? In the record, there is nothing to indicate that the witness Ford, or other witnesses at appellant's beck and call were available to add flesh and blood to a skeleton, or in the words of Wigmore, to testify to "all the other facts necessary to admissibility." 041b061a72


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