(in which there is no dialogue)
scene: n. a place where accidents happen; or a real or fictitious episode
seen: v. the past participle of see which can mean wisdom or behold
(in which seen is a homophone of scene, and a 2 after an e turns an n into a b)
religious freedom restoration act 1:
scene 1: a man with long hair dies for the sins of all.
scene 2: a man with long hair dies for the sins of some.
religious freedom restoration act 2:
scene 1: a man with long hair lives with a group of men. they love each other. people gather around them with hope and admiration.
scene 2: a man with long hair secretly meets with men who have sworn their love to him. they meet in dark rooms no bigger than closets and speak about love, but tax collectors and statesmen write edicts against them.
religious freedom restoration act 3:
scene 1: a man with long hair rises from the dead 3 days after sacrificing himself so that all people will have eternal life. he leaves for heaven to tidy up and make room for everyone else.
scene 2: a man with long hair comes back 3 days after being murdered to tell his followers to persecute as many people as possible because there’s only room for so many in his house.