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
> those
> > > 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
a book.
"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!

; )


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Mankind being originally equals in the order of creation,
the equality could only be destroyed by some subsequent
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