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    Bucho
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    About 23:10 of the 0928 talking about Luke and Yoda.

    Picturing that has me grinning so hard.

    - Women sense my power and they seek the life essence.

    #65569
    Bucho
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    Wait … you can’t just say you don’t like the words “pussy” and “vagina” and not say what words for “pussy” and “vagina” you do like Robby.

    BRO, DON’T LEAVE US HANGING BRO!!!

    - Women sense my power and they seek the life essence.

    #65570
    Bucho
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    The more I hear about this vacation the more I wonder which side of the boat the land will be on.

    - Women sense my power and they seek the life essence.

    #65571
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    I thought the Venom trailer looked boring as eff.

    Almost everyone I know is on your side with the Holmes and Watson trailer but I like it. John C Reilly can do no wrong in my eyes.

    - Women sense my power and they seek the life essence.

    #65572
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    When it comes to what races you’re going to have in your story it kind of depends on where it’s set I guess.

    Like, if your story is set in London it’s freakin weird not to have any Indian/Pakistani or black people in it. Less than 60% of Londoners are white, so a London-based tale featuring only white people is just dumb. But you go out to the East Midlands and it’s something like 90% white, so in a story of 12 people it’s entirely possible they’re all white folks.

    Where is your story set? If it’s North Dakota, your characters should probably be pretty white. But if it’s in Dallas, the population of which is 25% black and also something like 42% Latino, you’re going to want to reflect that if you want any sense of verisimilitude. It’s not about it “feeling like a checklist”, it’s about it feeling like the world we live in.

    As for the question of sexuality, why wouldn’t you have at least 3 lesbians in any story you write?

    - Women sense my power and they seek the life essence.

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