Nameless, Faceless and Unidentifiable

(A Scene From the Movie “Goodfellas”)

Whenever I hear a generalization, it seems like a cop out to me. A random accusation, nothing but a baseless and generic description.

Black vs. White

Man vs. Woman

Left vs. Right

Is that all we are are anymore?

If there are no actual names or identities, did it even happen?

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12 thoughts on “Nameless, Faceless and Unidentifiable

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      Sure, that’s actually quite insightful. Do anonymous tips carry the same weight in reporting or policing? No from what I understand.

      1. I’m really not sure but I’m certain that depends on all sort of conditions. Suffice to say, I am sure they explore all tips; since it would be negligent not to do so.

        1. bottomlesscoffee007

          Exactly Rakkelle, that’s my point. In the clip, the truck driver knowingly makes a false accusation. A faceless, nameless and unidentifiable accusation to provide cover for criminal activity.

          So, instead of naming who did what, blanket accusations are made. The real perpetrators get away, since the blame is spread to all that are included in the generic description.

          1. I now get what you’re saying; but didn’t understand that that was what you were trying to say initially in your post. I guess it’s in your delivery sometimes, it’s always best to expound with you; but I guess that’s your way of inviting dialogue.

            1. bottomlesscoffee007

              Yeah, I can understand Rakkelle, no one ever accused me of being “smooth”.

              Thank you Racquel for following up though. It means the world to me.

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