Point is, if someone is a puppet and their mind is under control, they are dead technically. Also, about your tomato statement, if you read my earlier post where I defined the four accepted ways someone is considered dead, you would see that when someone is in a permanent comatose state they are dead.
Honestly, don't the Puppets rise from the ground after being effected by the gas?
Personally, those scenes [in the conduit] make me assume that to be a puppet, you must be effected by the gas though if, say, some random live person(I'll use syringe man for example) were just to be effected by that gas would the possibility of Syringe man being able to come out of it' remain?
As in, are the affects of that gas irreversible?
Also, was that a correct use of the bracket?
NER , Oh how you haunt me. The server El Nido is called El Nino or El Ninorino in my book
Ligers didn't mean it that way. I didn't mean to offend just wanted to show that someone else backed my argument.
Sure you are. I think you're just saying that to get me back on your side.
(For the record, most of what I say is 98% joking..... Well.... 97.76%, but who's counting..... Besides me..... Hence my sig, although I would change it to say "He that speaks seriously much is much mistaken")
He that speaks much is much mistaken -Benjamin Franklin