In other news, I think this is the most Ravar has ever said. I think he gets talkative when exited, and he gets exited when he thinks about killing people...especially his brother. One can only imagine what their family life was life!
I caught a cool movie that I've heard awesome things about today: Whale Rider. I think it won a bunch of awards. I only got the last hour, but it was enough to raise my ire (in a good way!). The movie was about a Maori girl who wanted to be taught the things young boys are taught who may be chief. She was "supposed" to be born male, but turned out to be female, thereby ending a line of first-born chiefs that stretched back quite a ways (starting with a guy who rode a whale after getting lost at sea. The whale brought him to land). It was a really sad story for me, especially since the one man she really looked up to, her grandfather, didn't want anything to do with her! He was the chief (I think), and he forbade her to have anything to do with the school, but she sneaked in to watch and learn anyways. In the end, she beats all the boys and earns their respect, but in doing so, alienates her grandfather. I started crying. You guys know me! As a woman fighter, I quickly empathize with this type of plight! (the worst part is, this kind of thing still happens a lot!)
ANYWAYS. Whale Rider ended happily, and that's where I stop. Vote for the color reference sheet of Relan!