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#1 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

Though Harahel is too moral and humble to use such a thing...God...He would simply be god.

#2 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

I found it quite bland, honestly. Like most "based on a true story" and such. I enjoyed the novel far more than the film.

#3 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

@eleanor_ruthven:

Mm, see this is why we would get along, dear. Opposites attract. Tea sometime?

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#6 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

@temporal_hound:

Thank the god! Doth speak with, for pardon my tongue, a "mobeel device/.")

#7 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

@doctor_burns:

I know of your former humanity, but you have surrendered that for something...Different. Your honesty is respectable, though.

#8 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

I feel like an old person saying this, but is this the fad now? OOC in spoiler captions?

#9 Posted by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

@embargo:

Her integrity was astounding, to say the least. Harahel found many mortals to, of course, be ignorant. But Ruby? She was indeed something rare among her race. The angel smiled, both gentlemanly and impressively. This was a woman with virtuous potential. "Director, your humbleness is something to be immensely respected among your kind, it's what gives you the strength to strive further."

"Harris" broke from his compliments, yet still polite as ever. "I am glad we have come to terms, Director. May our partnership be beneficial to the people of this planet." Harahel extended his hand. This was a most auspicious day for Ruby, as she would be shaking hands with an angel.

#10 Edited by The_Puzzler (6607 posts) - - Show Bio

@_nox_: I haven't been in Heaven for ages, I'm afraid they don't come to mind, sorry.