Justice Minotaur commanded Mr. Cornwall to record the following “ideas for a feature-length film” on this blog.* Minotaur saith: “There is some kind of mix-up that undergirds the whole, like the corset of a large and industrious woman. Say, a man named Laramie who is from Pendleton, Oregon, and a man named Pendleton who is from Laramie, Spain, or wherever Laramie is–can you check the map for this? At this point the audience may think it’s going to be some light fare–a ‘Who’s on first?’ routine–until Pendleton kills himself while the early credits are still rolling. I am thinking something grisly–maybe a stampede. The reasons for the suicide are not explored until the sequel. Laramie is a dentist or maybe a hobo. His first name is probably Todd.” Further Minotaur saith not.
*The justice evidently does not intend to develop the ideas into a script or to pitch them to an agent; rather, he wants them recorded so that “when” the film is made, he can sue for treble damages on a copyright infringement action. “That it [a movie with these ideas of Minotaur’s in it] will be made is as inevitable as Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson making another lousy buddy film,” Minotaur declared.