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Old 05-27-2008, 04:24 PM   #16
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no cute guy like Fox Muldar?
how is it you know my heart so well? am i that transparent? p.s. it's Mulder.
oh David Duchovny why won't you love me?
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i'm not trying to nitpick at all, after your comment i seriously thought i had conjured up this memory from makebelieve land and got concerned.

No, no, that's cool. My memory wasn't real solid about that to begin with.
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Well, I think it's important to understand people if we're going to help/prevent them from doing harm. It serves us no good to see them as purely diabolical, inherrent evil. I think in "The Assassination of Jesse James" Brad Pitt did a good job in showing how, despite his not liking committing violence, James still did these things. We're so used to thinking that people commit crimes because they really want to, when there's something more tragic about it, having to do with a lack of self-control in that pivotal moment of passion that we all fall prey to, and all can. In a sense, people who wage and carry out war are able to find a socially acceptable means to express their pathalogical behavior; there's nothing sane or balanced. about George W. Bush.
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Well, I think it's important to understand people if we're going to help/prevent them from doing harm. It serves us no good to see them as purely diabolical, inherrent evil. I think in "The Assassination of Jesse James" Brad Pitt did a good job in showing how, despite his not liking committing violence, James still did these things. We're so used to thinking that people commit crimes because they really want to, when there's something more tragic about it, having to do with a lack of self-control in that pivotal moment of passion that we all fall prey to, and all can. In a sense, people who wage and carry out war are able to find a socially acceptable means to express their pathalogical behavior; there's nothing sane or balanced. about George W. Bush.
John Wilkes Booth is happy someone finally understands him.
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John Wilkes Booth is happy someone finally understands him.
He was really, really, ridiculously good-looking after all.

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Old 05-29-2008, 02:47 AM   #21
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i don't know why, but i just could not get into this serious. it's not like i didn't try. i was just unimpressed.

i actually got pissed off at that one xf episode when scully got that tattoo of the snake from the millennium series. it was a borderline crossover, and i didn't have much of a social life in high school. thus, i got mad.
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Didn't Millennium come on the air after the episode with Scully's tattoo? That episode was in ... season 4, right? Yeah, cancer stuff. Season 4.
Actually that episode, which I've never liked, was aired in late January/early February of 1997. Millennium premiered in late October 1996. However, I'd heard Gillian already had or now has that tattoo. Could be mistaken. By the way, Morgan and Wong wrote it and they overuse cross over references like crazy, so I blame them.

Seriously, though, unico, the youtube links are right there to the pilot episode. Just check it out and see if something grabs you. I wasn't a huge fan of Millennium Season 1 at the time either. It was just too dark, but I acquired this whole other appreciation when it came out on DVD, and I saw how interesting it was.
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come on... nothing? really? i'm hurt
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