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2021-01-21 4:39:39 PM  
[HD][Family Guy Blue Harvest]: Binary Sunset ft. John Williams
Youtube 60saxSsoMlo
 
2021-01-21 4:56:06 PM  
...did Subby link the wrong vid?
 
2021-01-21 4:58:38 PM  

Shagbert: ...did Subby link the wrong vid?


No, you need to skip to 00:30.  Didn't you read the screen?
 
2021-01-21 5:03:56 PM  
I still think this one is better:
Luke Hallway Scene Synced to I Need a Hero (Music Edit)
Youtube UHgY7LIiaSM
 
2021-01-21 5:09:16 PM  
Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?
I mean those things must cost at least 35 million bucks each and when confronted they fire a few furtive shots and just stand there while a guy with a laser sword chops them up.
I'll tell you what if I were the emperor things would be different, yessiree.
 
2021-01-21 5:12:29 PM  
Needs more "Faith of the Heart"
 
2021-01-21 5:13:43 PM  

Altimus Prime: Shagbert: ...did Subby link the wrong vid?

No, you need to skip to 00:30.  Didn't you read the screen?


This is what I'm seeing, and what's at :30 for me. There's nothing to read on the screen either...

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2021-01-21 5:14:50 PM  

Shagbert: Altimus Prime: Shagbert: ...did Subby link the wrong vid?

No, you need to skip to 00:30.  Didn't you read the screen?

This is what I'm seeing, and what's at :30 for me. There's nothing to read on the screen either...

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Ok, I'm an idiot. I'm too used to bloody Twitter threads on here these days where it posts the twatter on the Boobies. Ignore me!
 
2021-01-21 5:20:00 PM  

bloobeary: I still think this one is better:
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Can we get this one with Luke digitally replaced by Johnny 5?
 
2021-01-21 6:20:10 PM  
the additional music is a nice touch...but mostly its way better as that reveal was dragged out WAY to long in the official edit...which for me made it kind of annoying when I first watched it.
 
2021-01-21 6:31:50 PM  
That was bad ass.  Thank you subby.

Bad ass.
 
2021-01-21 6:48:06 PM  
Pedant incoming:

Dull knives are what cause people to cry from onions. Lightsabres would actually prevent the issue.

Pedant over.
 
2021-01-21 6:51:31 PM  
That (original, unaltered) scene was the most awesome scene I've seen on the small screen in a long time.

RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?


Actually the dark troopers aren't battle droids. The Mandalorean was barely able to kill one.
 
2021-01-21 7:02:49 PM  

Aezetyr: Pedant incoming:

Dull knives are what cause people to cry from onions. Lightsabres would actually prevent the issue.

Pedant over.


I'll bite.  Dull knives cause issues because you release more vapors crushing lots of cells than cutting a few.  A light saber would be so hot as to cause massive vapor release near the cutting area due to heating...leading to more crying.
 
2021-01-21 7:09:38 PM  

RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?
I mean those things must cost at least 35 million bucks each and when confronted they fire a few furtive shots and just stand there while a guy with a laser sword chops them up.
I'll tell you what if I were the emperor things would be different, yessiree.


Hoo boy, I, uh, better not tell about the Imperial Superweapon budget.
 
2021-01-21 7:12:32 PM  

Mugato: That (original, unaltered) scene was the most awesome scene I've seen on the small screen in a long time.

RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?

Actually the dark troopers aren't battle droids. The Mandalorean was barely able to kill one.


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2021-01-21 7:23:31 PM  

Explodo: Aezetyr: Pedant incoming:

Dull knives are what cause people to cry from onions. Lightsabres would actually prevent the issue.

Pedant over.

I'll bite.  Dull knives cause issues because you release more vapors crushing lots of cells than cutting a few.  A light saber would be so hot as to cause massive vapor release near the cutting area due to heating...leading to more crying.


No, the superheating would instantly caramelize the onions, no tears and no cooking time, just instant deliciousness.
 
2021-01-21 7:26:57 PM  

Mugato: That (original, unaltered) scene was the most awesome scene I've seen on the small screen in a long time.


Hell yeah. I was bouncing up and down on the couch. "That's Luke, right? Green lightsaber, got to be Luke. Ezra's lightsaber doesn't look like that. Oh, black glove, definitely Luke! It's Luke! This is so bad-ass, it's just like Vader's scene in Rogue One, look, Mrs Palelizard, it's Luke!"
 
2021-01-21 7:29:55 PM  

kbronsito: Needs more "Faith of the Heart"


"Rick, this show isn't nearly as bad as we'd hoped.  There's a chance audiences might not immediately hate it.  How in the Hell can we ensure that audiences go into every episode of this show feeling nothing but hatred and contempt for it?"

"Shut up and hold my beer."
 
2021-01-21 7:49:04 PM  

born_yesterday: kbronsito: Needs more "Faith of the Heart"

"Rick, this show isn't nearly as bad as we'd hoped.  There's a chance audiences might not immediately hate it.  How in the Hell can we ensure that audiences go into every episode of this show feeling nothing but hatred and contempt for it?"

"Shut up and hold my beer."


That's probably eerily accurate. I'm not huge into Star Trek, though I've probably seen most of TOS and TNG. I watched some Enterprise because Scott Bakula's pretty cool, and from what I watched the show itself wasn't bad, but that song triggers a kind of deep-seated loathing in me. It's not that you can't do a folksy song intro (a la Firefly), it's just the song was just farking wretched.
 
2021-01-21 7:56:09 PM  
That was pretty great.

/Luke still looks fake
 
2021-01-21 8:00:27 PM  
Jar Jar saved Grogu from the Jedi purge.
 
2021-01-21 8:01:31 PM  

palelizard: born_yesterday: kbronsito: Needs more "Faith of the Heart"

"Rick, this show isn't nearly as bad as we'd hoped.  There's a chance audiences might not immediately hate it.  How in the Hell can we ensure that audiences go into every episode of this show feeling nothing but hatred and contempt for it?"

"Shut up and hold my beer."

That's probably eerily accurate. I'm not huge into Star Trek, though I've probably seen most of TOS and TNG. I watched some Enterprise because Scott Bakula's pretty cool, and from what I watched the show itself wasn't bad, but that song triggers a kind of deep-seated loathing in me. It's not that you can't do a folksy song intro (a la Firefly), it's just the song was just farking wretched.


I think I've pinpointed the cause. All the networks besides UPN got together and sent out subliminal radio waves that made everyone forget that their remote had a MUTE button for 30 seconds once a week.
 
2021-01-21 8:06:13 PM  

RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?
I mean those things must cost at least 35 million bucks each and when confronted they fire a few furtive shots and just stand there while a guy with a laser sword chops them up.
I'll tell you what if I were the emperor things would be different, yessiree.


Protocol droids don't cost 35 million bucks. Hell, 8-year-old slaves on Tatooine build them for giggles.
 
2021-01-21 8:15:12 PM  

Confabulat: RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?
I mean those things must cost at least 35 million bucks each and when confronted they fire a few furtive shots and just stand there while a guy with a laser sword chops them up.
I'll tell you what if I were the emperor things would be different, yessiree.

Protocol droids don't cost 35 million bucks. Hell, 8-year-old slaves on Tatooine build them for giggles.


You've got to assume when C3-PO became property of the royalty of Alderaan they gave him a serious upgrade when they memory-wiped him and R2. Probably paid for it by selling off R2's foot-rockets.
 
2021-01-21 8:32:32 PM  

Mugato: palelizard: born_yesterday: kbronsito: Needs more "Faith of the Heart"

"Rick, this show isn't nearly as bad as we'd hoped.  There's a chance audiences might not immediately hate it.  How in the Hell can we ensure that audiences go into every episode of this show feeling nothing but hatred and contempt for it?"

"Shut up and hold my beer."

That's probably eerily accurate. I'm not huge into Star Trek, though I've probably seen most of TOS and TNG. I watched some Enterprise because Scott Bakula's pretty cool, and from what I watched the show itself wasn't bad, but that song triggers a kind of deep-seated loathing in me. It's not that you can't do a folksy song intro (a la Firefly), it's just the song was just farking wretched.

I think I've pinpointed the cause. All the networks besides UPN got together and sent out subliminal radio waves that made everyone forget that their remote had a MUTE button for 30 seconds once a week.


This is the hill I will get redshirted on: Enterprise should have used Cochrane's music.
Star Trek: Enterprise - The intro song they SHOULD have used
Youtube uJPGd16_Wm8
 
2021-01-21 8:33:19 PM  
Goes far, flies near
To the stars, away from here
 
2021-01-21 8:56:01 PM  

skyotter: Mugato: palelizard: born_yesterday: kbronsito: Needs more "Faith of the Heart"

"Rick, this show isn't nearly as bad as we'd hoped.  There's a chance audiences might not immediately hate it.  How in the Hell can we ensure that audiences go into every episode of this show feeling nothing but hatred and contempt for it?"

"Shut up and hold my beer."

That's probably eerily accurate. I'm not huge into Star Trek, though I've probably seen most of TOS and TNG. I watched some Enterprise because Scott Bakula's pretty cool, and from what I watched the show itself wasn't bad, but that song triggers a kind of deep-seated loathing in me. It's not that you can't do a folksy song intro (a la Firefly), it's just the song was just farking wretched.

I think I've pinpointed the cause. All the networks besides UPN got together and sent out subliminal radio waves that made everyone forget that their remote had a MUTE button for 30 seconds once a week.

This is the hill I will get redshirted on: Enterprise should have used Cochrane's music.
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Not my jam, but fitting and significantly better.
 
2021-01-21 9:13:09 PM  
This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

I hope they take the right lesson from this. Grogu, good. Jar Jar, bad. Badass Jedi Luke, good. Disgruntled hermit Luke, bad.
 
2021-01-21 9:17:15 PM  

skyotter: Mugato: palelizard: born_yesterday: kbronsito: Needs more "Faith of the Heart"

"Rick, this show isn't nearly as bad as we'd hoped.  There's a chance audiences might not immediately hate it.  How in the Hell can we ensure that audiences go into every episode of this show feeling nothing but hatred and contempt for it?"

"Shut up and hold my beer."

That's probably eerily accurate. I'm not huge into Star Trek, though I've probably seen most of TOS and TNG. I watched some Enterprise because Scott Bakula's pretty cool, and from what I watched the show itself wasn't bad, but that song triggers a kind of deep-seated loathing in me. It's not that you can't do a folksy song intro (a la Firefly), it's just the song was just farking wretched.

I think I've pinpointed the cause. All the networks besides UPN got together and sent out subliminal radio waves that made everyone forget that their remote had a MUTE button for 30 seconds once a week.

This is the hill I will get redshirted on: Enterprise should have used Cochrane's music.
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/uJPGd16_​Wm8]


No.  This is the one they should have used right from the start.


STAR TREK ENTERPRISE 'In a Mirror, Darkly' Opening Titles (HQ)
Youtube sfbsZRbwbJ4
 
2021-01-21 9:25:25 PM  

smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

I hope they take the right lesson from this. Grogu, good. Jar Jar, bad. Badass Jedi Luke, good. Disgruntled hermit Luke, bad.


I like Luke in both the Mandalorian and Last Jedi. It was cool to see Luke in action, but the bond between Din and Grogu and seeing them part ways for now had more emotional weight for me in those moments.
 
2021-01-21 9:38:57 PM  
Luke's return was fan service done right.

But the money shot was the helmet.
 
2021-01-21 9:39:57 PM  

max_rebo_groupie: smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

I hope they take the right lesson from this. Grogu, good. Jar Jar, bad. Badass Jedi Luke, good. Disgruntled hermit Luke, bad.

I like Luke in both the Mandalorian and Last Jedi. It was cool to see Luke in action, but the bond between Din and Grogu and seeing them part ways for now had more emotional weight for me in those moments.


Completely agree. Luke was a payoff of a different sort. I loved the series and the music, but this just made it feel more like my childhood Star Wars, and while that is not what I want from future mando (at least not more than once a blue moon), I appreciated the moment.
 
2021-01-21 9:40:32 PM  

Fano: RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?
I mean those things must cost at least 35 million bucks each and when confronted they fire a few furtive shots and just stand there while a guy with a laser sword chops them up.
I'll tell you what if I were the emperor things would be different, yessiree.

Hoo boy, I, uh, better not tell about the Imperial Superweapon budget.


No, no they knew that the Death Star was a boondoggle but it was a public works project to provide jobs and it provided for massive kickbacks to Imperial officials.
Gotta keep people busy, like the pyramids, or Stonehenge, or the Autobahn..
 
2021-01-21 10:36:50 PM  

RolandTGunner: Why does the Empire keep wasting money on worthless robots?
I mean those things must cost at least 35 million bucks each and when confronted they fire a few furtive shots and just stand there while a guy with a laser sword chops them up.
I'll tell you what if I were the emperor things would be different, yessiree.


They kept putting resources into superweapons, too, instead of just building tons of starships. Sure, a Death Star is cool, but a dozen ISD's popping into orbit can also help with the whole "rule by fear" thing.
 
2021-01-21 10:53:48 PM  

Aezetyr: Pedant incoming:

Dull knives are what cause people to cry from onions. Lightsabres would actually prevent the issue.

Pedant over.


Ultra-pedant here.
Sulfuric acid is what causes people to cry from onions, and dull knives do tend to cause more airborn droplets than sharp knives.  The heat from a lightsaber would cause the water in the onion cells to explode releasing a hot cloud of vaporous H2SO4, which would be so much worse than any kind of knife.
Ultra-pedant out.
 
2021-01-21 10:56:17 PM  

smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.


Yup. Until I watched that scene I was never aware of how robbed I felt by never having badass Luke movies and stories.  We went from victory and a future Jedi school and all of the future adventures, to all of that being past and Luke being a scared old man in hiding.  I was freaking geeking out the first time I saw it and I still do on re-watching it.

We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi.  Sebastian Stan can do it.
 
2021-01-21 11:02:01 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi. Sebastian Stan can do it.


Yeah, cast someone else as Luke, because people just loved seeing someone else play Han.
 
2021-01-21 11:25:42 PM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

Yup. Until I watched that scene I was never aware of how robbed I felt by never having badass Luke movies and stories.  We went from victory and a future Jedi school and all of the future adventures, to all of that being past and Luke being a scared old man in hiding.  I was freaking geeking out the first time I saw it and I still do on re-watching it.

We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi.  Sebastian Stan can do it.


Go watch the Jabba yacht scene again. Luke literally slaughters a boat-load of people. The others help, certainly, but do a kill count. It's not as bad-ass as the Mando save, but he's pretty much untouchable to a ship full of petty and violent criminals. I didn't see it myself until I was much older than the first time, but once the lightsaber comes out, they never had a chance of stopping Luke. It's not even close.

Some stand-alone Luke movies would be cool, and Stan's a decent choice. Jensen Ackles would be a good choice too. The problem with those is post-RotJ, he's basically the most powerful individual in the galaxy, so any stories couldn't rely on physical conflict as a solution.
 
2021-01-21 11:42:18 PM  

Mugato: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi. Sebastian Stan can do it.

Yeah, cast someone else as Luke, because people just loved seeing someone else play Han.


Got to be honest, didn't mind Solo except for the stupid name thing and the fact that now all Star Wars movies are secretly Cthulhu movies.
 
2021-01-21 11:53:47 PM  

palelizard: Got to be honest, didn't mind Solo except for the stupid name thing and the fact that now all Star Wars movies are secretly Cthulhu movies.


I liked it myself but a lot of people didn't. It was easily the poorest performing SW movie and though I liked it, I really didn't need to see a slightly younger Han played by someone else. It would be even more weird with Luke, first young Luke then old Luke then young Luke played by Mark Hamil then young Luke played by someone else, it would be a mess.

Leave them wanting more. That scene was one of the most awesome few minutes in Star Wars. We don't need a whole movie of it, especially with another actor.
 
2021-01-22 12:08:28 AM  

Aquapope: Aezetyr: Pedant incoming:

Dull knives are what cause people to cry from onions. Lightsabres would actually prevent the issue.

Pedant over.

Ultra-pedant here.
Sulfuric acid is what causes people to cry from onions, and dull knives do tend to cause more airborn droplets than sharp knives.  The heat from a lightsaber would cause the water in the onion cells to explode releasing a hot cloud of vaporous H2SO4, which would be so much worse than any kind of knife.
Ultra-pedant out.


Except the cloud of H2SO4 would be immediately ionized by the light saber

/I made that up
 
2021-01-22 12:21:30 AM  

Mugato: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi. Sebastian Stan can do it.

Yeah, cast someone else as Luke, because people just loved seeing someone else play Han.


Right.  Which one is Sebastian?
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2021-01-22 1:12:07 AM  

Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: Mugato: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi. Sebastian Stan can do it.

Yeah, cast someone else as Luke, because people just loved seeing someone else play Han.

Right.  Which one is Sebastian?
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Left, Luke shaves better,
 
2021-01-22 4:06:02 AM  

palelizard: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

Yup. Until I watched that scene I was never aware of how robbed I felt by never having badass Luke movies and stories.  We went from victory and a future Jedi school and all of the future adventures, to all of that being past and Luke being a scared old man in hiding.  I was freaking geeking out the first time I saw it and I still do on re-watching it.

We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi.  Sebastian Stan can do it.

Go watch the Jabba yacht scene again. Luke literally slaughters a boat-load of people. The others help, certainly, but do a kill count. It's not as bad-ass as the Mando save, but he's pretty much untouchable to a ship full of petty and violent criminals. I didn't see it myself until I was much older than the first time, but once the lightsaber comes out, they never had a chance of stopping Luke. It's not even close.

Some stand-alone Luke movies would be cool, and Stan's a decent choice. Jensen Ackles would be a good choice too. The problem with those is post-RotJ, he's basically the most powerful individual in the galaxy, so any stories couldn't rely on physical conflict as a solution.


I mean he beat the brakes off farking Vader.

That's definitely enough to permit the use of "Bad Motherfarker" on his wallet.

Not his fault no one warned him about the goddamned force lightning. It's not like Yoda knew the Emperor could .  . . Oh wait . . .  Well it's not like Yoda knew how to counter . . . Well damn.
 
2021-01-22 6:19:39 AM  
"Skip to 00:30 do[sic] to copyright filter"

The music industry is a vast hive of scum and villainy.
 
2021-01-22 7:39:16 AM  

palelizard: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: Mugato: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi. Sebastian Stan can do it.

Yeah, cast someone else as Luke, because people just loved seeing someone else play Han.

Right.  Which one is Sebastian?
[Fark user image 850x478]

Left, Luke shaves better,


Obviously but that's not even the point.
 
2021-01-22 9:26:55 AM  

Boudyro: palelizard: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

Yup. Until I watched that scene I was never aware of how robbed I felt by never having badass Luke movies and stories.  We went from victory and a future Jedi school and all of the future adventures, to all of that being past and Luke being a scared old man in hiding.  I was freaking geeking out the first time I saw it and I still do on re-watching it.

We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi.  Sebastian Stan can do it.

Go watch the Jabba yacht scene again. Luke literally slaughters a boat-load of people. The others help, certainly, but do a kill count. It's not as bad-ass as the Mando save, but he's pretty much untouchable to a ship full of petty and violent criminals. I didn't see it myself until I was much older than the first time, but once the lightsaber comes out, they never had a chance of stopping Luke. It's not even close.

Some stand-alone Luke movies would be cool, and Stan's a decent choice. Jensen Ackles would be a good choice too. The problem with those is post-RotJ, he's basically the most powerful individual in the galaxy, so any stories couldn't rely on physical conflict as a solution.

I mean he beat the brakes off farking Vader.

That's definitely enough to permit the use of "Bad Motherfarker" on his wallet.

Not his fault no one warned him about the goddamned force lightning. It's not like Yoda knew the Emperor could .  . . Oh wait . . .  Well it's not like Yoda knew how to counter . . . Well damn.


With how close to death Yoda was, he was probably senile. Or as a recently posted fark article mentions, high.
 
2021-01-22 9:27:24 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: "Skip to 00:30 do[sic] to copyright filter"

The music industry is a vast hive of scum and villainy.


I'm actually amazed that worked.
 
2021-01-22 10:08:04 AM  

Quantumbunny: Boudyro: palelizard: Nonrepeating Rotating Binary: smileyphase: This is the way.

Honestly, it had an even bigger emotional punch. Those 3 minutes (the episode not linked video) were better than the 3 prequels and sequels for me.

Yup. Until I watched that scene I was never aware of how robbed I felt by never having badass Luke movies and stories.  We went from victory and a future Jedi school and all of the future adventures, to all of that being past and Luke being a scared old man in hiding.  I was freaking geeking out the first time I saw it and I still do on re-watching it.

We need some stand-alone Badass Luke movies set a few years after Jedi.  Sebastian Stan can do it.

Go watch the Jabba yacht scene again. Luke literally slaughters a boat-load of people. The others help, certainly, but do a kill count. It's not as bad-ass as the Mando save, but he's pretty much untouchable to a ship full of petty and violent criminals. I didn't see it myself until I was much older than the first time, but once the lightsaber comes out, they never had a chance of stopping Luke. It's not even close.

Some stand-alone Luke movies would be cool, and Stan's a decent choice. Jensen Ackles would be a good choice too. The problem with those is post-RotJ, he's basically the most powerful individual in the galaxy, so any stories couldn't rely on physical conflict as a solution.

I mean he beat the brakes off farking Vader.

That's definitely enough to permit the use of "Bad Motherfarker" on his wallet.

Not his fault no one warned him about the goddamned force lightning. It's not like Yoda knew the Emperor could .  . . Oh wait . . .  Well it's not like Yoda knew how to counter . . . Well damn.

With how close to death Yoda was, he was probably senile. Or as a recently posted fark article mentions, high.


Also, Yoda probably had it figured that if it got to the point that Palpatine whipped out the lightning things had gone off the rails so far as to be unsalvageable except by a miracle, so why bother confusing the lad.
 
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