They Are Still Everywhere
|They Are Still Everywhere|
|Date Posted||November 3rd, 2006|
|Description|| Someone once accused me of tilting at windmills...
Right now, I only wish that I were capable of being so naive.
I've left something for you, and a message to pass along.
Perspective is critical. In this case, I trust you will share my view.
|YouTube Tags|| LG15 lonelygirl15 danielbeast daniel gemmers19 ceremony parents house sleepover tachyon opaphid|
|Executive Producer(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Producer(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Director(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Camera|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Vidplay|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Story|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Editor(s)|| Glenn Rubenstein|
|Music||"Disappears" by Headboard|
|Previous||"The Action of an Enemy - Be Careful"|
|Next|| "They Are Watching"|
|Previous by Tachyon||"URGENT: For My Helper!"|
They Are Still Everywhere is the eighteenth video in the OpAphid video series.
A blurry shot of a highway
A highway sign we can't read
A simi drives past
A lit-up windmill
A view of a circular semitruck mirror
The windmill and text:
"Needless to say, things haven't gone according to plan
I learned more in that last hour there than "i" did in her entire existance"
A closeup of (we suspect) tachyon from hairline to nose
Windmill and text:
"I'm not sure it's safe to come home.
I've left something for you,
and a message to pass along."
quick establishing shots of where the drop might have been ending on the sign out front and paning up to the windmill.
a shot of semis going both directions on the highway and the phrase "tag you're it" bounces back and forth with the traffic
- Many YouTube users have pointed out the resemblance of this video to Don Quixote, a novel in which the main character is chasing windmills which he believes to be his enemy, which, obviously they are not. The windmills may be a reference to OpAphid, implying that Tachyon is under the delusion that her "enemy" is everywhere.