Rejected trivia post for El Camino

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So far, my two trivia submissions regarding El Camino ( #191015-182740-798000 and #191014-205516-885000) have been rejected because you were unable to verify the information or there was a problem with following the guidelines. I'm really stumped because I just don't see what the problem is. I'm referring to a major plot point in the movie and the connection I'm making can be verified on IMDB. Everyone who I've told this information to has said it's noteworthy and I'm certain IMDb users and fans of the film would also find it interesting. Can you please reconsider posting one of those submissions or tell me - in detail - not just a link to the guidelines site - where I'm failing in getting through on posting this? If you (an IMDb rep) haven't seen El Camino, please show my posts to someone who has and then let me know what's wrong and how I can phrase this information to share. (This is extremely frustrating and I'm not ready to give up) Thanks.
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Val Campbell

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Hi Val -

I reviewed the trivia item and noted that the item was more of a possible theory verses a validated fact, this is why your submissions were not accepted.  If you have further evidence to back up your theory, please resubmit with an explanation and  your evidence for our editors to review.
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I get what you're saying BUT it is a FACT that the name Driscoll is connected to both films and the two films are connected in theme or subject matter. Can't we just say that? I can't prove Vince Gilligan had this is mind but it's still an interesting bit of factual trivia. Fan theories for the stuff that goes on in Gilligan's head are fun for Breaking Bad fans, if you ever watched Talking Bad you'd see what I mean. Perhaps IMDb should consider a policy of allowing theories, as long as they're labeled as such.