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Lord Katsumoto wanted to "open" the Emperor's eyes to show him how him listening to the counsel of Omura and his cronies is killing off the old ways of the Japanese culture (and of the ways of the Samurai: honor, loyalty, sacrifice) by embracing the ways of the "west". The Emperor was blinded by all his other counselors trying to get him to "improve" the ...


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It is my understanding that the number of tridents (or badges) pounded into a coffin is only up to the number of SEALs in attendance. The biggest reason Chris Kyle had hundreds was because he was as much a celebrity as he was a Hero so MANY SEALs flew in to honor him. Any SEAL with fewer doesn't mean he was less thought of, I'm sure EVERY SEAL is in ...


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I will provide you with two links in following paragraphs that should give you sufficient insight into the engravings and how the movie incorporated them. It is important to keep in mind that we're talking about a psychological film here. Esotericism is central to the entire plot. That's why it's vital to understand that the engravings are not meant ...


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The show's creator Vince Gilligan who wrote the character of Walter White and wrote the lines you are referring to says that these lines are meant as an admission of guilt and calls it a "long overdue bit of honesty". One of the critically acclaimed lines from the finale is the admission from Walter White the show's protagonist, that "I did it for me." ...


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The times have changed. Crime has spanned out across a country that never experienced drug deals gone wrong, contract killers who use automatic shotguns with suppressors, tech nines, or cattle guns to kill strangers passing through. And to steal their vehicles. Sheriff Bell never heard of people killing old folks to cash their social security checks. Some ...


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It all comes full circle. At the begining wyatt destroys his watch in pursuit of freedom as time only serves to constrain them. Throughout the journey they come across lots of people and ideas such as the hiker and his village he lives in, which is were Wyatt learns about himself and freedom. They enter the south and if you notice characters and ideas change ...


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I think it was just scribbles/nonsensical doodles, from the looks of it. Below is a still from the episode, if it helps any: (Edit: I got the image from this article. Didn't find it very useful otherwise, but figured I should source the picture.)


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Banner's basic problem isn't anger. It's trust. He not only learns how to trust himself as the Hulk, but he also learns to trust the Avengers - that they will protect the people from the Hulk if necessary, They will be his shield when needed, his direction when needed, and, in the latest movie, his path back to being Banner. He's still very conflicted, ...



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