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  • are undercover Guild operatives. Dean: We gotta warn Pop! Brock: No, Dean, this is Guild business, your father isn't in any harm. Guild work is clean,
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  • secure and defend American liberty. Not all the wars were wise and, truth be told, not all the wars were just. That's worth remembering, but it does
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  • on the Discworld reading order. This article also shows quotes of the video game adaptations of the series. If complete and utter chaos was lightning
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  • what's good for the guild because that will be good for everybody — may be displaced by the narrowest concern for the integrity of the guild itself, and for
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  • Zero Punctuation is a series of video game reviews done by Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw, originally on YouTube, and later for The Escapist Magazine. Nariko
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  • attributed to various fictional characters in video games. Characters are listed according to the originating game, then the name of character the quote is
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  • character. I had become very powerful in the game, and I was in one of the best guilds. With this guild, I participated in lots of five-hour raid events
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  • won't last. But it's a new trade. It's called printing. Don't need to be a guild member — not yet. Never be a real demand for it, mind you. Hard work. Hob
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  • appeared in Café Nervosa Frasier: He is only the head of the Seattle Opera Guild, and one of the finest directors in the world! Niles: His productions are
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  • family. Rory: Really? Paris: Yep. Family get-together is like a Lollipop Guild Convention. I have to stop myself from asking how it's going at the chocolate
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  • the lost episodes. Servo [as Prof. Canning]: And now, the Manos Women's Guild will reenact the Battle of Pearl Harbor. Joel: You know, this was the alternate
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  • The Star Wars RPG. Frank: Star Wars, huh? Star Wars is for pussies playing peek and poke up in the treehouse. Let me tell you about Real Wars. You're out
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  • those two scumbags, I would tie him up and allow the entire Screen Actors Guild to anally rape him if not for the fact that I'd know he would enjoy it.
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  • Eliot: Stop--stop with the Star Trek stuff again!
 Hardison: "Wars"! Damn it, it's Star Wars! And--and that CGI Yoda they used in the prequels, it was an
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  • clerk: Yeah, okay. Yeah, I'm just gonna hand over my money to the lollipop guild. [Bonnie discharges her firearm destroying a tv] Whoa, shit! Holy fuck.
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  • asking for assistance. I hope he's got good insurance with the Screen Actors Guild. Jerry: I can see it now. Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, the E
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