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    It's the Golden Bough. The King is ritually murdered by his successor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    It's why I asked whether you were a Jedi Master or a Sith Lord in another thread. There are always two Sith, a master and an apprentice, and the apprentice kills the master. The Jedi just sort of hang around being nice to each other.
    would you rather be darth vader or this bloke:

    https://www.google.com/search?q=big+...Dheazqh5MbZNM:

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    'Big Head Jedi' sounds like a Wiley bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    Darth Vader loses the love of his life, severely burned and disfigured and lives the rest of his life in agonising pain, but it's better than looking that, so I'll say Darth Vader.
    episode 3 was on the telly a last year and i put it on while i was cooking just for a bit of background but before i knew it i was engrossed in his character ark. i was aching for him. over encumbered by responsibility and naivite and promise. i was suffering with him every step of the way.

    only time i had something similar was in rambo 4 when he's shooting all the asian fellas and you realise that's all he can ever be. no matter what he intends to do life will always lead him down this dark path.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sadmanbarty View Post
    Only time i had something similar was in rambo 4 when he's shooting all the asian fellas and you realise that's all he can ever be. no matter what he intends to do life will always lead him down this dark path.
    He just wanted to be a snake handler in Thailand, but he couldn't because he's Rambo.

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    Did Dubya surpass HW?

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    masters who were made shitter by their students?

    robin ruins batman.

    jaden smith ruins will smith.

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    Kartel tried to take on Ninja (the emperor) lyrically, failed, threw some digs instead and then had to pay him off to avoid being shot.

    https://urbanislandz.com/2017/03/07/...o-squash-beef/

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    Did Dubya surpass HW?
    I'd imagine dubya going into Iraq had at least a little to do with HW's gulf war escapades. "finishing what father couldn't" or some such shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by version View Post
    That Deleuze thing of giving past philosophers a 'monstrous child' is a twisted version of this, I guess.
    Is this about anti-Oedipus?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiels View Post
    Is this about anti-Oedipus?
    It's from his response to Michel Cressole in 1973.

    But I suppose the main way I coped with [being "more or less bludgeoned to death with the history of philosophy"] at the time was to see the history of philosophy as a sort of buggery or (it comes to the same thing) immaculate conception. I saw myself as taking an author from behind and giving him a child that would be his own offspring, yet monstrous. It was really important for it to be his own child, because the author had to actually say all I had him saying. But the child was bound to be monstrous too, because it resulted from all sorts of shifting, slipping, dislocations, and hidden emissions that I really enjoyed.

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