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Nim
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Winner third round is Jason; without breaking character, he surprised with a high-brow symbolism joke. (sic)

Runner-up is Da_bang80, for correctly pointing out the disproportional vanity of Grievous, as portrayed in ROTS.

Right, ears and noses will be the trophies of the day (previous-round winners get first picks), then a sojourn back in the clubhouse with a little spongecake and a little wine.

If the pic, or pics, were of too similar themes it was not intentional. Remember that.

I wonder if there should even be a fourth round since you all stink so much it's unreal. Maybe a communal shower first. Hah!


[ September 27, 2006, 07:53 AM: Message edited by: Nim ]

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Nim
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No, forget that. Here we go. Strength and honor.

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Bonus squab-on-a-stick to the first one who identifies the movie.

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Mars Needs Women
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Mormonism: coming soon to Asia.
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Shik
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"If I can't keep Mr. Stevenson, I'm gonna hold my breath until I turn gay."

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"I never agreed with Jefferson once—we have fought on like seventy-five different fronts. But when all is said & all is done...Jefferson HAS beliefs; Burr has none."

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Toadkiller
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"I have a bomb in the suitcase"

"Ah, well. We have a weasel in this basket here."

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Twee bieren tevreden, zullen mijn vriend betalen.

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Jay the Obscure
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I'd guess the Big Boss for the movie.

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As agreed upon, here is my Uncle Loo...now give me back my basket!

Agreed. Lee get you stuff out of that basket and give it to Mr. Cheng. I must say Mr Cheng Ive never seen anyone so devoted to a basket before. To give up your Uncle Loo to work my mines, it must be worth a great deal

No, not so much. I really wanted rid of Uncle Loo. Hes starting to make my pad smell like old people. He chews with is mouth open and he drools. Hes all yours.

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Da_bang80
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quote:
Originally posted by Nim:
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Runner-up is Da_bang80, for correctly pointing out the disproportional vanity of Grievous, as portrayed in ROTS.

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I did?

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The courage to change the things I cannot accept.
And the wisdom to hide the bodies of all the people I had to kill today because they pissed me off.

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Nim
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He did seem very fond of his red, pleated cape in the beginning of ROTS (reminded me of Lrrr of Omicron Persei 8). Complete with individual saber pocketses. Wish they'd kept John DiMaggio for his voice.
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Jason Abbadon
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"WAL-Mart now buying direct from the Viet Cong...to save you money!"

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Justice inclines her scales so that wisdom comes at the price of suffering.
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The Ginger Beacon
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The man from Del Monte, he selects only the tastiest babies for you.

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I have plenty of experience in biology. I bought a Tamagotchi in 1998... And... it's still alive.

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Lee
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I never knew Forrest Gump was actually a remake of a Hong Kong action film. The moving line "life is like a suitcase full of Shanghai-style Chow Mein - you never know how many prawns you're going to get" did lose something in translation, however.

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Nim
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Jay correctly guessed the movie and as a result, is now the proud owner of delectable little squab. Mayhap he can trade it for a balloon-ride. Or, say, ten beads. Nudge-bloody-nudge.

Winner this round is Jason, for not having any scrouples when it comes to wal-mart.
Silver goes to Lee; that man's pants really is pulled up too high for any non-Gump person (man in the pic, not Lee).

Honorable mention goes to Sir Bobby Charlton, for his awesome and decisive midfield goal that made a whole nation sigh with relief in the 1970 World Cup Finals.

And as a bonus to all of you all other chums, here is the actual, original subtitles for the picture shown above, directly from the "Big Boss"-DVD;


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Lee
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"Well, lookee here, we got ourselves a reader. . ."

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Shik
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Oh, FOBs...

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