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03-14-1998, 12:44 AM #1Bryan RutherGuest
"Two kinds of People in this wo
James Ruhland wrote:
> he he; we're like, totally off topic here (to moddie; last time! I swear. .
> .ok, last time on this particular subject, anyhow.) Well, except for the
> part about the guns, it could be considered Birthright related, kinda. .
> .if I wanted to streach, twist, and bend everything. c'mon; having good
> quotes at your disposal is invaluable!
> Bryan Ruther wrote:
> > James Ruhland wrote:
> > As said byThe man with no name/Blondie to Tuco the Rat Ramirez
> > > "there are two kinds of people in this world, thouse with guns, and
> > > who dig."
> > "You dig."
> > >From the movie, The good, the Bad, and the Ugly
> Thus I.D.ing not only the movie, but the characters, and providing the
> punchline. Thus, he gets one Wish (either a Lineage Wish--if he can find
> Rhavas in Lineage, which assumes he knows what Lineage is), or a BR mailing
> list Wish that I can fullfill (well, within limits; like, ok, he can say "I
> don't want to hear from you for a week", but he can't say "I don't want to
> hear from you again ever," for example)
Good quotes ARE always useful (great for making your players groan with a well
crafted set up). My personal favorite quote is not from a movie (Clint does
have some good ones, see all of his westerns if you have the chance) but from
"I am the soul of honor, goodness, and compassion, trust me in all things."
As for my wish, I'll take an explanition of Lineage/Rhavas......so I can better
plan for next time!
Mankind being originally equals in the order of creation,
the equality could only be destroyed by some subsequent
Thomas Paine, Common Sense
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