Discussion in 'Movies & Television' started by MaxxVolume, Oct 3, 2016.
"There may be honour among thieves, but there are none among politicians."
Hmm. There is a 'u' in the 'honour' so I am guessing it is a British movie.
DNU A Brit did speak this, but with an Irish name. The Colonies still go with this SP...so don't get misled.
Q-Man, is that a verbatim quote? I'm just curious because the grammatical snafu ("... there are none ...") might provide a clue.
Heh. If the sentence is taken as grammatically correct, it's saying there are no thieves among politicians.
Yes...OK?... think...sand. Lots of...sand.
Lawrence of Arabia again?
Your turn, m'8.
Oh, okay ... I didn't think that was actually the answer. Let's see ...
"Fuck me gently with a chainsaw! Do I look like Mother Teresa?"
Heathers, of course.
"When a man is born, he is weak and supple, when he dies – he is strong and callous. When a tree grows, it is tender and gentle, and when it is dry and hard, it dies. Hardness and strength are companions of death, suppleness and weakness express the freshness of living. That is why what has hardened, will not win"
Is this spokesman an Italian?
Oops! Sorry for the delay.
No, but you are right that it was not in English. Originally spoken in Russian.
I’ll be back....
"I'm your Huckleberry"
Still need to solve this one before we move on, guys.
I remember reading bout a Russian who wrote about how an Alder tree can be bent if done in stages. I wonder if this is the writer I am thinking about. He also is worldwide known for his book. Hmmm? Getting close?
I'm gonna say we Google it. Who's with me?
Go for it, Mang !
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