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It's like deciding limits. Everybody has different boundaries, a thief can justify that he doesn't kill anybody so he is better than a killer. Similarly everybody sees different crimes differently. For someone tax fraud is nothing but gambling is OK or vise versa. Similarly Ted is also a person which has double standards, he justified tax fraud for saying ...


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From Penny's Wikipedia entry: In contrast to all other characters, Penny and her father's surname have not been revealed. Co-creator Bill Prady stated that Penny's last name will be revealed eventually. Executive producer Steve Molaro, however, has since stated her surname will remain a secret.


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I always thought it was a pride thing. That, coupled with him wanting to live beyond his means. Throw in a dash of irresponsibility (or immaturity) into his character as well. When he thought the money came from his rich aunt that he never knew, he did the first thing people new to money do; he spent irrationally and bought a nice car. Just read any ...


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I figure all people are weird to some degree. We are all related as well. I think the above analysis is mostly correct. I had never looked at that or thought about that. My idea was that Minnesota , being heavily populated with scandanavians, were observed by the Coen brothers throughout their childhoods. Having lived in Minneapolis and being mostly of ...


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As we know, Gus is an extremely careful and intelligent man and he is in fact always ahead of Walt and everyone else. And I think it was exactly the fact that Brock was poisoned (which we know Gus didn't do) that made him doubt the situation, which is told to him by Jesse during their meeting right before. Jesse: He's not sick, he was poisoned. Gus: ...


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It's not,the man on the left & woman were just 2 ppl that I saw every day drinking on the streets & who knows what else.The guy on the right was actually 17 here.


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I wouldn't think so because; the writers at Marvel (presumably) understand how time travel works. Meaning if Wolverine wasn't saved by Stryker in the movie and ends up not having Adamantium claws that would mean that all of the Wolverine movies as well as the first three X Men movies have an inconsistency. He could meet Stryker again in the future/past(?) ...


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I can only offer my own understanding of Mark's words here (even though I tried to snoop around Google a bit for an explanation, but no luck this time, maybe just this one site mentioning it briefly). Basically, what he said could be understood in two ways: Explanation 1: He just got a kiss (even though more of a consolidation one than anything else, but ...


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I know of no canon answer, and you're not going to get one now. However, it's likely the name is meant to reference a term which isn't really widely used now but was pretty common when I was younger. "Pip", or "Pipperoo" was used to reference someone who was really good at something. "Look at that little pip!" "Lynn Swann? He's a pip!" My dad used that ...


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There is nothing I've ever seen that specifically indicates why he chose that name. There is nothing on the DVD or Blu-Ray commentary tracks that mentions it either. Character names are seldom discussed by writers with respect to why a particular name was chosen. So, in that respect it's impossible to know where it came from. Perhaps the name was just ...


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Even though it's impossible to say for sure, there are some strong odds that he got the name from a Disney movie. There was a movie called Napoleon and Samantha about two young kids who had a pet lion. The movie was released in 1972 and it was broadcast on television in 1975. And the boy, played by Johnny Whitaker, was named Napoleon Wilson. So it's ...


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I think that also in some languages maleika or malaika ( I'm not sure about the spelling) means angel. Maybe Malekith means dark angel. The -ith sounds like Sith to me, there must be a relationship of some kind given that both the Sith and the dark elves are dark beings, so it might mean Friend of evil or something.


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Being a "train baby", Yona has highly developed hearing ability. The director said in an interview that he felt the need to distinguish the people born on the train from those born on earth. Thus, the "train babies" perceive the noise of the train differently (it's natural to them). As these people were born in a dark environment, their sight is hindered, ...


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First episode of season two shows Claire looking at the news of Barnes' death. Her momentary pause and small hand gesture indicate that she has her own thoughts about the death, most likely concerning Frank's involvement. Does she discuss them with Frank? Unlikely. It reflects their mysterious relationship. She knows, he knows, but it isn't said explicitly. ...



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