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When I was still working in kitchens we'd always talk about this one by the end of the night we'd be rollin'

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does this look infected ?

Dude I can totally make that jump.

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This is a quote from Shogun Assassin. I know they are not real last words but I when I hear speak of last words I usually think of this scene in the movie.

Master of Death: When cut across the neck, a sound like wailing winter winds is heard, they say. I'd always hoped to cut someone like that someday, to hear that sound. But to have it happen to my own neck is ridiculous.


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