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Using the support hand to brace the blade while blocking an axe swing absolutely makes sense, whether it would damage his hand or not. Even if the blade does cut his hand, that's still better than being hit in the face with a full-force swing with an axe, right? As for injuring his hand, it is important to consider that he's in the middle of a fight, has ...


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I will answer with a joke. A duke came back from a long trip. On a way to home he ask his steward what happened when he was gone. - Nothing - says steward. - Really nothing? - well, the dog died. - The dog? Why? - He eaten spoiled meat - Why and where did he found spoiled meat? - From dead horses. - What dead horses? - The one that died after the ...


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They likely arranged some kind of payment plan. Tanner says "they'll work something out" or words to that effect and it's not like many normal people just have 100k lying around for a rainy day. Besides, with as high-profile as the case was, it makes sense Tanner would use it to increase his visibility and recognition and he's obviously got considerable ...


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The costs of lawyers depend on their reputation. In Gone Girl's case, Tanner was interested to fight for Nick. When nick visits him, the lawyer says "You have come to the right guy" after providing some contacts. Which could mean, tanner was trying to build his reputation. So, he might have done it as a pro-bono. Or Nick could have paid him. The exact ...


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Mostly According to John Hamm... “We’re shooting the movie in, I think, 6K,” Hamm explained (via JoBlo) at the premiere of Amazon’s Good Omens. “So it’s incredibly hi-def. The aerial footage is mind-blowing. And it’s mostly practical. There’s not a lot of CG. Those guys are really up in planes and getting thrown around in multiple Gs.” Source


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