Ah! Ya! I got to re-watch the 3 amigos and innerspace, I think everybody has seen those 2 movies at one point or another. I have not seen those
movies in years not since high-school years, I think! It's been a while, probably fun to just see how my memory of those movies stack up from way
back then compared to now.
a reply to: galadofwarthethird
Off course! What kind of stupid question is that, everybody has heard of William Wallace.
I have heard that William Wallace was 8 feet tall, carried a giant sword which he used to cleave men in two, and really tall men in four parts, and
halfmen in 3/4ths parts and english men in 5/8 parts. I also heard that William Wallace breathed fire and farted lightning, his voice alone could
knock men flat on there ass, his mere stare could flatten building and put out fires. Once I heard and this is recorded online somewhere, in one of
them history books and such that he sneezed and put out a castle that was on fire on the next hill. He was like the original of which the Chuck
Norris myth was based on. William Wallace was not a man but like some sort of half man half awesome.
a reply to: galadofwarthethird
As you know William Wallace was not a man but a time traveler from the 236century who was bored one day and decided to go back in time. He traveled
to the year 1270 and after some hi-jinx in that era including somehow reincarnating himself, he faked his own death and traveled to the year 1993.
He was traveling on a plane in disguise using his image technology in that era, when the plane went through a storm and it threw his image
displacement field a bit off wire as his image was displaced leaving for a second or two his right toe exposed for all to see. The only person who
saw that was a passenger next seat over, I do believe his name was Mel Gibbon. Anyways merely the brief glimpse of William Wallace toe so inspired
this Mel Gibbon that he decided to do a movie about it.
Ok so anyways after that he bummed around in that era, after which he got bored. For you see he only came to that time for the hot dogs, it was
rumored that the hot dogs in that era were more tastier then in other eras. Anyways after he got bored of hot dogs which took 10 years or so, he went
to the year 1985 and became a beach bum/writer, in his more fanciful whims he even joined the circus. He even sold one of his story's of his
adventures to a director, off course they had to cut out and emit a lot of things as they were just to bizarre for people to understand. His whole
story was pretty much chopped up, but eventually what remained of it you all know as the plot to "back to the future." Yes! back to the future was
actually a minced story based on the original writings of William Wallace in that century, the original title was "Back to the future by way of past
to future self then back again" As you can see it was a bit to much to understand for the primitive minds of the 1980s they even had to chop up
the tittle. So anyways after that William Wallace traveled to the 54 century, were he took part in the genome expansion experiment of that time,
which as you know eventually lead to great William Wallace clone wars of the 55th century, now as we know those clones were only half baked and so
only had a quarter of the powers of the original William Wallace, and eventually it took the combined might of the worlds armies and a coalition of
aliens to stop the William Wallace clones. All of which he warned them about in the first place, they never listened though, so eventually in the
60th century William Wallace came back and cleaned up that whole mess with his clones. After which as you know he traveled to the 120 century...And
well you know what happened then, suffice to say William Wallace was a demigod among men, who the mere glimpse of his toe could inspire men to make
movies and women to drop there panties. And he went on many more adventures after that.
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