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GL's repetition

Both Mace and Sids said "he's too dangerous to be left alive" seems unimaginative.


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Is this like "why sith have red lightsabers? Seems odd.. "

But anyway.. People who can electrocute at will are just too dangerous to be left alive.


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It's not unikaginative, it's deliberate; the whole point wa that Anakin had been in the exact same situation earlier and had regretted it, which influenced his choice with Mace.


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Xyz, I'm new and everything, but how come you make so many threads? And no offense, but they aren't too good either... And yeah, a Sith lord who can fire a giant arc of lightning at will is a bit dangerous, don't you think? Besides, I'll bet that Samuel L. Jackson always wanted to say "He's too dangerous to be kept alive." I know I have.

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Both Mace and Sids said "he's too dangerous to be left alive" seems unimaginative.

You're only now just realising that Lucas is a terrible writter?


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Would've made sense if realising was a word. Of course, if you meant realizing by any chance...

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No, I meant 'realising'. We speak real english here...


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No, I meant 'realising'. We speak real english here...


BALLISTA GOT OWNED. serves you right for being smug tbh mate...


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Realising is a word, but it's a business term used to describe someone earning money through a commercial or business transaction. But the form of it that you're using would be realizing. Look it up in a dictionary. So I'm afraid you're being hypocritical saying that I'm using ersatz english. smile

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erm. are you american? because if you are then get some real education...


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Realising is a word, but it's a business term used to describe someone earning money through a commercial or business transaction. But the form of it that you're using would be realizing. Look it up in a dictionary. So I'm afraid you're being hypocritical saying that I'm using ersatz english. smile

No. You just contradicted yourself. In your other post you said 'realising' is not a word, but in the above post you clearly state that it is. Secondly, either spelling of the word is acceptable to be used in either context. (v) understand, realize, realise, see (perceive (an idea or situation) mentally) "Now I see!"; "I just can't see your point"; "Does she realize how important this decision is?"; "I don't understand the idea", or (v) realize, realise (convert into cash; of goods and property).


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double post... nevermind


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No. You just contradicted yourself. In your other post you said 'realising' is not a word, but in the above post you clearly state that it is. Secondly, either spelling of the word is acceptable to be used in either context. (v) understand, realize, realise, see (perceive (an idea or situation) mentally) "Now I see!"; "I just can't see your point"; "Does she realize how important this decision is?"; "I don't understand the idea", or (v) realize, realise (convert into cash; of goods and property).


Got a point there, I did make a mistake. And you also contridicted yourself. You said "...we use real English here..." and in this post, you're saying that realize can be used. And the proper way is realize, realise is a totally different meaning, which like I said before, is a business term.

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My 'real english' comment was a joke. And, no, you're wrong. I don't know the linguistics of the magical land you reside in, but where I live 'realise' and 'realize' mean the same thing. The dictionary agrees with me:

realise
v 1: earn on some commercial or business transaction; earn as salary or wages; "How much do you make a month in your new job?"; "She earns a lot in her new job"; "this merger brought in lots of money"; "He clears $5,000 each month" [syn: gain, take in, clear, make, earn, realize, pull in, bring in] 2: convert into cash; of goods and property [syn: realize] 3: expand or complete (a thorough-based part in a piece of baroque music) by supplying the harmonies indicated in the figured bass [syn: realize] 4: make real or concrete; give reality or substance to; "our ideas must be substantiated into actions" [syn: realize, actualize, actualise, substantiate] 5: be fully aware or cognizant of [syn: recognize, recognise, realize, agnize, agnise] 6: perceive (an idea or situation) mentally; "Now I see!"; "I just can't see your point"; "Does she realize how important this decision is?"; "I don't understand the idea" [syn: understand, realize, see]


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Got a point there, I did make a mistake. And you also contridicted yourself. You said "...we use real English here..." and in this post, you're saying that realize can be used. And the proper way is realize, realise is a totally different meaning, which like I said before, is a business term.


Hang on there...are you by any chance applying a defecit model? Because if you are then I may inquire into if I can get the moderators to ban you from KMC. A warning for Devil Dodo also...


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Huh? What exactly are you warning me of?


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Creating a defecit model when you said "...we use real English here..."

And btw Ballister was the main culprit.


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Uhh, sure, whatever...

Oh, it's spelt 'deficit' not 'defecit', by the way.


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Devil, I live in the U.S., so that must be why we have different grammar and spelling, so sorry. No hard feelings? And Exanda Kane, it's deficit. Not defecit. Sorry about the insufficient quote, but just read the whole post, it wouldn't have made a difference.

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