Ashton Kutcher and Cameron Diaz in What Happens in Vegas... (dir. Tom Vaughan, 2008).
1 What happens in Vegas is everything that is the case.
1.1 What happens in Vegas is the totality of facts, not of things.
2.01231 In order to know what happens in Vegas, I must know not its external but all its internal qualities.
2.2 What happens in Vegas has the logical form of representation in common with what it pictures.
3.221 What happens in Vegas I can only name. Signs represent it. I can only speak of it. I cannot assert it. A proposition can only say how what happens in Vegas is, not what it is.
4.112 What happens in Vegas is not a theory but an activity.
5.6 The limits of what happens in Vegas represent the limits of my world.
6.41 The sense of what happens in Vegas must lie outside what happens in Vegas. In Vegas everything is as it is and happens as it does happen. In it there is no value--and if there were, it would be of no value.
If there is a value which is of value, it must lie outside all happening in Vegas and being-so. For all happening in Vegas and being-so is accidental.
6.43 The world of the happy is quite another than that of the unhappy.
6.44 Not how what happens in Vegas is, is the mystical, but that it is.
7 What happens in Vegas, thereof one must be silent.
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