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« Reply #950 on: July 18, 2013, 06:49:09 AM »

 Theodore Roosevelt: The American grizzly is a symbol of the American character: strength, intelligence, ferocity. Maybe a little blind and reckless at times... but courageous beyond all doubt. And one other trait that goes with all previous.

2nd Reporter: And that, Mr. President?

Theodore Roosevelt: Loneliness. The American grizzly lives out his life alone. Indomitable, unconquered - but always alone. He has no real allies, only enemies, but none of them as great as he.

2nd Reporter: And you feel this might be an American trait?

Theodore Roosevelt: Certainly. The world will never love us. They respect us - they might even grow to fear us. But they will never love us, for we have too much audacity! And, we're a bit blind and reckless at times too.

2nd Reporter: Are you perhaps referring to the situation in Morocco and the Panama Canal.

Theodore Roosevelt: If you say so... The American grizzly embodies the spirit of America. He should be our symbol! Not that ridiculous eagle - he's nothing more than a dandified vulture.
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« Reply #951 on: July 24, 2013, 11:58:58 AM »

When you can balance a tack hammer on your head, you will head off your foes with a balanced attack!
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« Reply #952 on: July 24, 2013, 02:39:30 PM »

When you can balance a tack hammer on your head, you will head off your foes with a balanced attack!

An effete British superhero, to be precise. I am pilfering your tableware because I hurl it. I hurl it with a deadly accuracy. The Blue Raja is my name. And yes, I know I don't wear much blue and I speak in a British accent, but if you know your history it really does make perfect sense.
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« Reply #953 on: July 24, 2013, 03:53:42 PM »

"You should have called an ambulance for the girl."
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« Reply #954 on: July 24, 2013, 04:01:18 PM »

An effete British superhero, to be precise. I am pilfering your tableware because I hurl it. I hurl it with a deadly accuracy. The Blue Raja is my name. And yes, I know I don't wear much blue and I speak in a British accent, but if you know your history it really does make perfect sense.

Why have I never even heard of this movie?  laugh  (Mystery Men, 1999)
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« Reply #955 on: July 24, 2013, 06:08:50 PM »

It's classified,  so I can't tell you. But it is pretty cool so l might tell you...

Ok. I'm gonna tell you.
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« Reply #956 on: August 14, 2013, 03:56:48 PM »

Not a movie quote but from a book.
Hell, I Was There - Elmer Keith
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« Reply #957 on: August 14, 2013, 04:22:34 PM »

"You should have called an ambulance for the girl."

"You failed to maintain your weapon, son."
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« Reply #958 on: August 14, 2013, 09:21:14 PM »

[Daytime - Inside the Delta 88]
<The gang is traveling on a highway singing song>

Scott: Hey Ash, where are we?

Ash: Well, we just crossed the Tennessee Border.

Ash: Which would put us...

Scott: <chuckling> Yeeeah?

Ash: Which would put us...

Ash: Right... Here. <The Delta 88 steers out of control as it nearly hit truck>

Ash: What the hell was that? Are you trying to kill us?

Scott: Hey! Don't blame me! It's your steering wheel! Damn thing jerked right out of my hands.

Ash: I don't understand it. I had this thing in for a tune-up yesterday and they said they'd go over everything.

Scott: Yeah! Well you better take it back because the damn thing don't work. The one thing that does work is this lousy horn. <honks the horn>

Scott: <to people on the street> Ah! Go to hell! I'm not honking at you!

Scott: Jesus Christ.

Linda: Hey Scotty! What's this place like anyway?

Scott: Well, the guy that's renting it says it's an old place. Little run down, but it's right up in the mountains. Yeah, and the best part is that we get it so cheap.

Linda: Yeah, why are we getting it so cheap?

Scott: Well, I don't know. Might be in real bad shape.

Cheryl: You mean, nobody's seen this place yet?

Scott: Well, not yet.

Ash: Well, it might not be that bad.

Linda: No.

Ash: Actually, it might be kind of nice.

Linda: Yeah.

Shelly: It's probably a real pit.

Ash: Ya, I think this is where we get off.
<The gang reads the sign. It reads: DANGEROUS BRIDGE TRAVEL AT OWN RISK 3 TONS LOAD LIMIT>
<The Delta 88 crosses a rickety bridge>

Cheryl: This is the bridge we're going to cross?

Scott: Jesus Christ! The whole thing's falling apart on us!

Ash: Don't let the noise fool you girls, this thing is solid as a rock.
<They cross the bridge and arrive at cabin>
<Scott approaches the cabin>
<Scott retrieves some keys>

Scott: It's supposed to be one of these on here.
<Scott unlocks the door to cabin and enters>
<The rest of the gang unload car>

Ash: C'mon!

Linda: Hey!

Ash: Hey! Hey! Hmph!
[Daytime - Inside the Cabin]
<Scott investigates the cabin>
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]
<Cheryl draws a clock on in her sketchbook and then hears voices saying "Join us.">
<Cheryl draws a sketch of book against her will>
<Cheryl observes the cellar door rattle>

Scott: <whispering> It barks in the cellar. It barks in the cellar.

Cheryl: Will you stop it?

Ash: I would very much like to make a toast for all this evening. Ah, as a great friend of mine once said, he said, "I..." Oh Ok Ok "This miss tu tarine".

Cheryl: Which means?

Scott: Party down! Ya! <The cellar door mysteriously opens and everyone goes to have a look>

Ash: What is this?

Linda: Whatever it is, it's still down there.

Cheryl: I don't like cellars. Let's just close it up. It's probably just some animal.

Scott: An animal? An animal? <laughs> That is the stupidest thing ever heard of. Jesus Christ.

Shelly: There's something down there.

Linda: Maybe it is just some animal.

Scott: Yeah, you're probably right. Probably just some animal. Here Cheryl, why don't you go down 'n check, make sure?

Cheryl: Scotty! I'm not going down there!

Scott: Ok, Ok you cowards, I'll go.

Shelly: Be careful.

Scott: Back in a minute.
<Scott descends into the cellar>
<Everyone watches and Ash peers into the cellar>

Ash: Hey Scotty! You find anything? Scotty. Scotty! Scott!

Shelly: He's just kidding around... Isn't he?

Ash: Scotty!! Scott! Linda, get me a flashlight.

Linda: That's the only one we brought up.

Ash: Then get the lantern.
<Ash descends into the cellar>
[Nighttime - In the cellar]
<Ash looks for Scotty>

Ash: Scotty?
(Thump)
<Ash opens a door>

Scott: <scaring Ash> Boo!! Hahahahahah Hey, come here, I wanna show you something. Look at all this stuff. I bet this still shoots.

Ash: Probably does.

Ash: Oh God. Look at this. <referring to the a book>

Scott: Look at this. <referring to a scepter> This kind of looks like your old girlfriend. <chuckle> C'mon, let's take this stuff upstairs. I'll grab the recorder and you get everything else now...
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]
<The gang are having a chit-chat>

Ash: Ok, shhhh... Listen to this. This is the tape I found downstairs.

Professor: (On tape) It has been a number of years since I began excavating the ruins of Candar with a group of my colleges. Now my wife and I have retreated to a small cabin in the solitude of these mountains. Here I continued my research undisturbed by the myriad distractions of modern civilization and far from the groves of academe. I believe I have made a significant find in the Candarian Ruins. A volume of Ancient Sumarian burial practices and funerary incantations. It is entitled "Morturom Demonto"- roughly translated, "Book of the Dead". The book is bound in human flesh and inked in human blood. It deals with demons and demon resurrection and those forces which roam the forest and dark bowers of man's domain. The first few pages warn that these enduring creatures may lie dormant but are never truly dead. They may be recalled to active life through the incantations presented in this book. It is through recitation of these passages that the demons are given license to possess the living.
<Cheryl turns off the tape recorder>

Scott: Hey! What did you do that for? It was just getting good!

Cheryl: I just don't want to hear it anymore, that's all.

Scott: Ooooooooo

Ash: Scotty, c'mon. Leave her alone, man.

Scott: Hey, c'mon. I just want to hear the rest of it. No big deal.
<Scott turns the tape recorder back on>
<The Prof on the tape recorder recites some incantations>
<The Evil Force awakens>

Cheryl: Shut it off! Shut it off! Shut it off!!!
<A window breaks and Cheryl is scared out of her wits>

Shelly: Cheryl. Where're you going?

Ash: I can't believe this. Scott, you knew not to play that! I mean c'mon, you knew it was upsetting her. You just don't know when you're taking something too far.

Scott: Hey, don't give me that! You were playing it too. You could of shut it off. I mean big deal! She's nuts. I mean it's just a joke, c'mon! Jesus Christ. She acts like she's three years old or something.
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]

Ash: Listen. Why don't we stay up for a while and listen to the storm?

Linda: All right, yeah. Let me check on Cheryl first to see if she's Ok.
<Ash allows Linda to see a jewelry box when she comes back>

Linda: Aha!

Ash: Ohh! Stealing from the blind, hunh? This is for you.

Linda: <Linda opens the box and finds a necklace> Ash, how sweet of you. Would you put it on?

Ash: Oh yeah, sure. I was going to give it to you before we came up here, but things got so hectic, this is really the first chance we've had to be alone. Take a look.

Linda: Oh Ash! It's beautiful. I really love it. I'll never take it off.
<The Evil Force observes Cheryl from outside>

Evil Force: Join us!
[Nighttime - Outside the cabin]

Cheryl: Is anybody out there?
<Cheryl goes exploring in the forest>

Cheryl: I know someone's out there. I heard you. I heard you in the cellar.
<Cheryl is attacked by Evil Trees>

Cheryl: Ashley!!!
<Cheryl runs and gets back into the cabin>
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]

Ash: What the hell happened to you? What's the matter with you? Did
something in the woods do this to you?

Cheryl: No! It was the woods themselves! They're alive Ashley! The trees! They're alive.

Linda: Ash. Why don't I take her in the back room so she can lie down.

Cheryl: I'm not lying down! I want to get out of here. I want to leave this place right now. Right now Ashley!

Scott: Wait a minute. I sure as hell am not leaving any place tonight.

Shelly: Cheryl.

Linda: Cheryl.

Ash: Cheryl, there's nothing out there. Trees do not attack people.

Cheryl: Ashley! Will you drive me into town or not?

Ash: What? Right now?! Look, sure, sure, I'll take you into town, but just listen to what you're saying.

Cheryl: I don't care how it sounds. I wanna get out of this place right now.

Ash: Ok, maybe you could stay somewhere in town tonight.
[Nighttime - In the Delta 88]
<The Delta 88 refuses to start>

Cheryl: I know it's not gonna start. It's not gonna let us leave.
<It starts and they drive to the bridge>

Cheryl: Why are you stopping?

Ash: Wait here a minute. <Ash exits the car>

Cheryl: Do you see something? Where're you going? Ashley?
<Cheryl exits the car to look for Ash> Ashley?
<Cheryl discovers that the bridge is wrecked>

Cheryl: <weeping> It's not going to let us go! It's not going to let us go! I told you! I told you! It's not going to let us go! Why won't you listen to me?
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]
<Ash plays the tape recorder again>

Professor: (On tape) I know now that my wife has become host to a Candarian demon. I fear that the only way to stop those possessed by the spirits of the book is through the act of bodily dismemberment. I believe now to avoid this horror, but for myself, I have seen the dark shadows moving in the woods and I have no doubt that whatever I have resurrected through this book is sure to come calling... for me.
<Linda and Shelly are playing a guessing game with deck of cards>

Linda: Ok, ah, let me think. Ummm... It's a seven.

Shelly: Oh! What suit?

Linda: Ahh... diamonds. N-n-no wait! Ummm, hearts!

Shelly: Oh My! It's seven of hearts! You're right!

Linda: Hey Ash! I guessed the card right!

Ash: Yeah... truly amazing Linda.

Linda: I don't know. I don't know, but I think it's really some sort of extra sense or something, you know, like ESP.

Shelly: Ok, try this one.

Linda: Ok... It's a seven.

Shelly: I don't believe it!

Cheryl: ... of spades. Queen of Spades. Four of Hearts. Eight of Spades. Two of Spades. Jack of Diamonds. Jack of Clubs!
<Cheryl turns around to reveal that she is possessed>

Possessed Cheryl: Why have you disturbed our sleep? Awakened us from our ancient slumber? You will die! Nightmare is before you. One by one we will take you.
<Possessed Cheryl collapses on the floor>

Scott: What happened to her?

Linda: Did you see her eyes? Oh Ash, I'm scared. What's wrong with her?
<Possessed Cheryl stabs Linda in the ankle with a pencil and throws her Ash
against walls>

Scott: Cheryl! Stop it! <Scott is thrown against a door>
<Scott kicks Possessed Cheryl into the cellar and locks her in>

Possessed Cheryl: Join us!
<Everyone sits around thinking about what has gone on>

Scott: Ash. I think we ought to get out of here.

Ash: Yeah.

Scott: We still have a few more hours before morning.

Shelly: I don't think I can wait that long.

Scott: You have to. We all have to! And then in the morning, we'll get in the car, and we'll take the bridge. And-

Shelly: Why does she keep making those horrible noises?
<referring to Possessed Cheryl whos locked in the cellar>

Scott: I don't know!

Shelly: Her eyes! Her eyes... For God's Sake! What happened to her eyes?
<Possessed Cheryl growls and chuckles some more>
<The Evil Force approaches the cabin>

Scott: Everything's going to be all right.

Shelly: Scotty. I-I think there's something's out there.

Scott: Go to bed, and get some sleep. Ok?
<The Evil Force attacks Shelly>
<Scott investigates Shellys room and finds she is missing>

Scott: Shelly?
<Scott is attacked by a Possessed Shelly>
<Possessed Shelly is knocked into the fireplace but Scott drags her out>

Possessed Shelly: Thank you. I don't know what I would have done if I remained on those
hot coals, burning my pretty flesh. You have pretty skin. Give it to us.

Possessed Shelly: Join us. Join us...
<Scott slits Possessed Shellys wrist then stabs her in the back with a scepter>
<Possessed Shelly attacks Scott again>

Scott: <to Ash> Hit her! Hit it!
<Scott grabs the ax from Ash and chops Possessed Shelly up>

Ash: Scott.

Scott: Yeah?

Ash: What are- What are we going to do?

Scott: We're going to bury her.

Ash: We can't bury Shelly. She's a- she's a friend of ours.

Scott: Yeah, she's dead. Shelly's dead. We gotta bury her now.
[Nighttime - Outside the cabin]
<Scott and Ash bury Shelly>
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]

Ash: Linda's still sleeping. I think once her leg-

Scott: I'm getting out of here.

Ash: Scott, we can't take Linda anywhere with her leg like that. We don't even know if there is anyway back besides the bridge.

Scott: Maybe there's a hiking trail, or an old road or some other way around the cliff. I mean there's gotta be another way besides the bridge.

Ash: Listen to me. Linda cannot walk with her leg like that. She can't even stand up.

Scott: Well, then we'll leave her here. Until we can send somebody back.

Ash: What? Are you crazy?

Scott: Look! I'm getting out! I don't care what happens to her. She's your girlfriend, you take care of her. I'm getting the hell out of here. Right now.
<Scott leaves the cabin>

Possessed Cheryl: Soon all of you will be like me. And then we'll lock you up in the cellar. Hahahahaha
<Ash observes Linda as she becomes possessed>
<Possessed Linda sits on the floor giggling>
<Scott reappears at the cabin badly wounded>

Scott: Ash! Ash!

Ash: Oh My God!

Scott: Help me!

Ash: Scotty. You're going to be Ok. You're going to be just fine. You'll see.

Scott: Ash. It's not going to let us leave. Cheryl- Cheryl was right, we're all going to die here!

Ash: No, we're not going to die.

Scott: We're all going to die. All of us!

Ash: No, we're not going to die! We're not going to die! We're gonna get out of here. Now listen to me Scotty. Is there a way around the bridge? Scotty! Listen to me please for God's Sake! Scott!!

Scott: Ash. Ash. I don't wanna die. You're not going to leave me are you Ash? Are you?

Possessed Cheryl: <mocking> I don't wanna die. You're not going to leave me here are you? Are you Ash? Hahahahaha

Ash: Scotty! Now c'mon listen to me for God's Sake! Is there a way around the bridge?

Scott: There's a way. The trail. But the trees Ash. They know. Don't you see Ash? They're alive!
<Possessed girls are giggling>

Ash: <to the possessed girls> Shut up will you? Shut up!
<Ash slaps Possessed Linda>

Scott: Kill her! Kill her!

Possessed Cheryl: Kill her if you can, loverboy.

Ash: Now, forgive me Linda.
<Ash draws a gun on Possessed Linda but then she seems to have returned normal>


Linda: Oh Ash, help me please! Ash, help me please Ash. Oh Ash. Please don't let them take me away again. Please.

Ash: No, I won't. I won't. I promise.
<Ash hears Cheryls normal voice>

Cheryl: Ashley. Ashley, help me. Let me out of here. Ashley? Ash, help me. Let me out of here. I'mI'm all right now, I'm all right now Ashley, I'm all right. Unlock this chain and let me out.

Ash: Cheryl? Cheryl?
<Possessed Cheryl grabs Ash by the neck but he gets away>

Possessed Cheryl: <mocking> I'm all right now Ashley! Come unlock the chain and let me out! Hahaha I'm all right now. It's your sister, Cheryl.

Ash: Ah you bastards! Why are you torturing me like this? Why?
<to Possessed Linda because shes giggling again><singing, taunting> Shut up!

Possessed Linda: We're going to get you. We're going to get you. Not another peep. Time to go to sleep. We-ahhahahahaha
<Ash drags Possessed Linda outside the cabin>
[Nighttime - Outside the cabin]

Possessed Linda: Useless! Useless! In time it will come for him and then it will come for you!
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]

Ash: Here. Here. <giving Scott a glass of water> Now, the sun will be up in an hour or so and we can all get out of here together. You, me, Linda, Shelly. Hmm.. Well... not Shelly, she- We'll all be going home together. Wouldn't you like to be going home? I bet you'd like that, wouldn't you? Scott?
<Possessed Cheryl cackles>
<Possessed Linda attacks and stabs Ash licks the blood off scepter she used>

Possessed Cheryl: Join us! Join us!
<Ash fights Possessed Linda and finally stabs her in the back>
<Ash drags Lindas body outside to the toolshed>
[Nighttime - Inside the workshed]
<Ash weeps as he cannot bring himself to carve up Linda with a chainsaw>

Ash: Oh Linda...
[Nighttime - Outside the cabin]
<Ash buries Linda but she escapes from her shallow grave and attacks him>
<Ash beats on Possessed Linda and then chops her head off with a shovel>
<Ash heads back to the cabin>
[Nighttime - Inside the cabin]
<Ash notices that Possessed Cheryl has escapedpicks up a shotgun and goes
looking for her>
<Cheryl attacks Ash and then struggles to close the front door>

Ash: <whispering> Back door. <closes the back door> Shells. Where did I
see that box of shells?
<Ash goes down into the cellar>
<Blood pours from everywhere and electronic devices start operating on their
ownincluding a record player>

Possessed Linda: (On the record) <singing> We're going to get you. We're going to get you.

Ash: Shut up, Linda! Shut up!

Possessed Linda: (On the record) So sweet of you...

Professor: (On the record) ...is through bodily dismemberment.

Scott: (On the record) Hit her! Hit it!
<Ash retrieves some shotgun shells and returns to the inside of cabin>

Ash: <whispering> Oh come on... come on... don't... like this...

Ash: <looking at the necklace he gave to Linda> Linda...
<Ash remembers Linda and then is attacked by Possessed Cheryl>

Possessed Cheryl: Join us. Join us.
<Ash shoots Possessed Cheryl and then is attacked by Scott>
<Possessed Scotts eyes are gouged out and then Possessed Cheryl attacks again as Ash tries to reach the Book of Dead">
<Ash retrieves the Book of Dead and burns it in fire>
<The possessed bodies fall apart>


Evil Force: Join us. Join us. Join us...
<Daylight breaks!>
[Daytime - Outside the cabin]
<Ash walks away but the Evil Force is seen to come at him once more>

Ash: Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!

The End.
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« Reply #959 on: August 14, 2013, 09:33:20 PM »

  That's cheating.
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"so I ended up getting the above because I didn't want to make a whole production of sticking something between my knees and cranking. To me, the cranking on mine is pretty effortless, at least on the coarse setting. Maybe if someone has arthritis or something, it would be more difficult for them." - Ben

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« Reply #960 on: August 15, 2013, 07:39:36 AM »

No, just an entire screenplay. Face Palm!
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« Reply #961 on: August 15, 2013, 10:16:26 AM »

crap, i forgot to put in the quotation marks... it's just plain copywrite infringement now.
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« Reply #962 on: August 15, 2013, 01:28:42 PM »

Theodore Roosevelt: The American grizzly is a symbol of the American character: strength, intelligence, ferocity. Maybe a little blind and reckless at times... but courageous beyond all doubt. And one other trait that goes with all previous.

2nd Reporter: And that, Mr. President?

Theodore Roosevelt: Loneliness. The American grizzly lives out his life alone. Indomitable, unconquered - but always alone. He has no real allies, only enemies, but none of them as great as he.

2nd Reporter: And you feel this might be an American trait?

Theodore Roosevelt: Certainly. The world will never love us. They respect us - they might even grow to fear us. But they will never love us, for we have too much audacity! And, we're a bit blind and reckless at times too.

2nd Reporter: Are you perhaps referring to the situation in Morocco and the Panama Canal.

Theodore Roosevelt: If you say so... The American grizzly embodies the spirit of America. He should be our symbol! Not that ridiculous eagle - he's nothing more than a dandified vulture.

"The Wind and the Lion."  A great John Milius film.   Would never have guessed Brian Keith would play such a good TR but he did it WELL.   Wink
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« Reply #963 on: August 15, 2013, 01:36:20 PM »

"You failed to maintain your weapon, son."


Excellent, excellent movie.

Michael Caine is one of the greats.
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« Reply #964 on: August 15, 2013, 01:38:17 PM »

"The Wind and the Lion."  A great John Milius film.   Would never have guessed Brian Keith would play such a good TR but he did it WELL.   Wink

Agreed.
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« Reply #965 on: August 15, 2013, 06:10:17 PM »

"The Wind and the Lion." 


So it's a double feature then?
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« Reply #966 on: August 15, 2013, 07:44:29 PM »

So it's a double feature then?
Face Palm!

It's a reference the Raisuli made to himself and Teddy Roosevelt.
The movie is available on DVD.  I HIGHLY recommend it.
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« Reply #967 on: August 15, 2013, 08:10:57 PM »

Is that the one with Connery in it?
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« Reply #968 on: August 15, 2013, 08:43:06 PM »

Is that the one with Connery in it?

Yup.  He plays the Raisuli.   
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« Reply #969 on: August 22, 2013, 08:34:47 AM »

Steyn: How come suddenly you're an expert on women?
Mpudi: I got seven wives. How many you got?
Steyn: So why aren't you at home with your seven wives?
Mpudi: I know how to marry them. Nobody knows how to live with them.
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Bring me my Broadsword and a clear understanding.
Get up to the roundhouse on the cliff-top standing.
Take women and children and bed them down.
Bless with a hard heart those that stand with me.
Bless the women and children who firm our hands.
Put our backs to the north wind.
Hold fast by the river.
Sweet memories to drive us on,
for the motherland.
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« Reply #970 on: August 23, 2013, 07:51:25 PM »

There ain't nothing more powerful than the odor of mendacity
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« Reply #971 on: August 24, 2013, 05:30:35 AM »

Yup.  He plays the Raisuli.   
"The blood of the Prophet flows in my veins, and I am but an instrument of his will"

The Wind and the Lion is one of the most bestest, like, EVAR.
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Seems like every day, I'm forced to add to the list of people who can just kiss my hairy ass.
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« Reply #972 on: August 27, 2013, 06:03:46 PM »

Are you an assassin?"

"I'm a soldier."

"You're neither. You're an errand boy, sent by grocery clerks to collect a bill."
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« Reply #973 on: August 27, 2013, 08:52:37 PM »

Vincent: So, what was in the case?
Sam: I don't remember.
Vincent: That's the second thing they teach you?
Sam: smiles
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« Reply #974 on: August 31, 2013, 08:48:48 PM »

My engine's on fire! Can you believe that? And I was in such a good mood!
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"Somebody got up on the wrong side of the apocalypse."
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