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  • Things I learned from Highlander

    1) The ghosts of dead loved ones will show up and approve of your vengeful killing.
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    2) Bedding people you just met is a good way to cope with grief.
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    What have you learned from Highlander?
    May flights of Demons guide you to your final rest...

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    Originally posted by Nicholas Ward View Post
    2) Bedding people you just met is a good way to cope with grief.
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    What have you learned from Highlander?
    Not sure that business with Annie Devlin counts. He's known her for years!

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    • Nicholas Ward
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      I bet he added a notch on his wall for that little conquest, it counts.

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    3: When you're a person of interest in a number of unsolved murders worldwide, air travel is still a breeze.

    4: When you're a person of interest in a number of thefts worldwide, and all of the evidence actually points to you, air travel is still a breeze.

    5: Stolen documents proclaiming your ancestors to be the owners of land to a government that no longer recognizes the authority that once granted said land to your ancestors will solve all of your financial difficulties.

    6: Everyone else's version of events is questionable but if you're the main character, your memories are chiseled in stone.

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    • #4
      1.If I created emotional bonds with mortals I will have a miserable life missing them.
      2.you can screw up a franchise more and more, everytime you made a sequel.
      3. You CAN improve an idea from your UCLA scrip to the final movie script
      Last edited by watcher nido; 12-16-2019, 11:13 PM.

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      • #5
        It's ridiculously easy to hide a sword in plain sight.

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