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There are a lot of villains in this world. And they usually win. Historically, the winners write the books while the losers must content themselves (if they survive) by trying to pick up the pieces. Were the Mongols villains or just winners? Were the Red Chinese under Mao more villainous than the Nationalist Chinese under Chang Kai Shek? Were the Communist Reds in Russia more villainous than the Royal regime that they replaced or did they just win? Was the expanding American nation more bloodthirsty than the Indians or the Mexicans who'd been taught villainy from the Spanish and French? The moral to the story, if 'moral' is the proper word, is that it's important to win. I think that it's important "how you win", but you still must win.
Geez, hot botton for you?
Yeah, maybe. I've been too many places and I've seen too many things. You can't un-ring the bell, Cube.
Halloween. Michael Myers is my top villain, and that campy original is always 'fun' to watch.
Even when villains win, they lose. "What good does it do you to gain the whole world and lose your soul?" "You brought nothing into this world, and you take nothing with you."
LL: I was just talking about movies. Many of us haven't had the life experiences you have, good or bad. I'm sorry I asked.
DaBlade: You're right. There's no killing Michael Myers. I saw Jamie Leigh Curtis cut off his head in H20 and he was able to get it together and come back for yet another sequel.
Messymimi: It's not an easy question to answer in real life.
It's so in to be the bad guy anymore. I'm sick of the path we're taking. You already know that though.Have a fabulous day. ☺
Rosemary's Baby. He is still roaming around the earth
I'm drawing a blank but saw Rosemary's Baby in the comments. Do you know? I saw that not long ago but I don't remember the ending.
The Happy Wisk: Rosemary had the devil's son.
Snaggle Tooth: I never saw either one of those movies. I'm more of a DVR person.
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