I must be missing something here. Some Scorsese I didn’t see?
Maybe not Scorsese, but possibly Coppola?
Sir Pablo loves his wine, mostly because he knows grapes have to die to make it (he’s ‘twisted’). The boy demonstrates to him that grapes are not alive. Sir Pablo, humiliated, no longer wants his wine.
You explain things in ways I can understand. 3 points!
So he likes to drink blood?
Like a grape vine
But grapes are alive. Well they are fruit so they sort of like plant eggs. But they are fertilized plant eggs they could grow into plants if they were not cruelly crushed to make wine. Juice is vegetable blood.
And then there is the yeast that actually turns the grape blood into alcohol. All those thousands of tiny yeast lives lived and died in the vats till they choke on their own waste.
Alcohol is basically yeast urine.
You want to talk about food made from death, bread is made by baking living yeast to death.
my grapes didn’t scream when I juiced them…am I missing something
Murdering grapes reaps rich rewards Sir Pablo…there is no shame in their sacrifice.
Grapes aren’t alive grapes are the main plant, the vine’s ovary so how ever u want to take that
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