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    Fuck around get smoked
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    Server and location: S1 near GM at Heaven compound Approximate time and date of the incident (SERVER TIME): 4.5.17 ~ 5pm cst, Your in game name: Gill Tateum Names of allies involved: Flash Name of suspect/s: John Moody Friendly/Enemy vehicles involved (if any): N/A Additional evidence? (video/screenshot): Detailed description of the events: Myself and flash meet the saviors at GM. We exchange hostile words, and savior initiate on us. The RP was good, and they march us down to the Heaven compound. During the march down to Heaven, Flash gets bugged and is unable to run, shit breaks out there. Finally after we get to Heaven; the first thing, the very first thing that is done/said is by a cowboy hat w/ a yellow armband, and he says "You will not talk, if you do talk.. I will cut out your tounge." I hit record at this point, because I feel the RP is going to turn sour potentially. Immediately, with no build-up the cowboy goes ooc and asks to perma scar us. ..? I am a tad confused.. so I respond roughly.. that I need to get buttered up before I get put into a sandwich yanno what I'm sayin'? So at this point the RP is a tad awkward yanno? Yellow armband tells me I'm on strike two for talking and responding to a question.. or something.. it's in the vid, and finally after awhile.. I get permission to RP. BOOM! The situation starts to turn fun, now I can become part of the situation. RP is going pretty decent, we learn each others names, figuire out our transgressions a tad, when Akrasia comes in to the rescue! They initiate on the compound, and begin the firefight. A single time, by one person.. while in the barn.. shouting out "Hey if you shoot these boys die in here" is said IG. Not exactly the best, or most effective way to tell the folks sprinting around outside, god knows where.. getting the point across.. yanoo? I seriously doubt any Akraisia even heard it, but we'll see.. maybe they have evidence of hearing it? But I feel it's a tad unreasonable to assume that Akrasia heard it. Anyways.. People get shot. and most if not all Akrasia die. They hostage takers do a 10/10 job of maintaining the RP during the fight. Kudos! However... with no build up, what so ever that we were to be shot and killed.. we get Gassed, by moody. Right in the middle of our conversations. I don't feel they gave enough effort to tell the aggressive party Akrasia that if they "dont stop shooting, the hostages will die". They did however have executions rights on myself and Flash from prior agressions. I only say, that while they had the rights.. there was no RP to build up to the execution. It cut the RP super short, and in my opinion was Bad RP.
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    *James turns on the HAM radio and tunes it to the frequency. He takes out the script on the notepad and holds down the PTT* “Hello my white brothers and sisters of this land.” “The time has come where the subhumans shall be removed from this world, and it is thanks to the Aryan Front.” “Our brothers and sisters are out there in this wasteland, fighting the race war so that you don’t have to.” “Only today did we encounter a chink by the name of Yuan, a man who told us we could trust him, and yet he betrays our trust with his lies, showing that they cannot be trusted!” “My brothers and sisters, it is up to you to take up the fight against these subhumans and to support our cause. If you see our brothers out there fighting this war, it is up to you to help them. We must all stand together to remove this cancer from the world and to restore order.” “So, my brothers and sisters, continue the fight and do not falter.” “And if you see this man named Yuan, he cannot be trusted, much like the rest of their kind.” “To my brothers and sisters, I hope you have a blessed white day.” “White Power!” *You may hear “White Power” repeated multiple times in the background* "White Pride! *You may hear “White Pride” repeated multiple times in the background* "White Freedom!" *You may hear “White Freedom” repeated multiple times in the background* *A song is played over the radio on loop*
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    Enjoyed our first day as a sort of group with: @Steck @Doc Holiday @Grimnir @PatZ @jonas and the hostile RP with @Viking today. Great Internal stuff came after. Cheers for the RP boys.
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    You know what I hate. I hate that certain people pretend to want to talk certain situations out and when they believe it's safe go back on their word and screw the other person over. When they believe they are in the wrong they want to sort it out but when I do it or someone else in my group they either pretend to want to talk it out and then backstab you or down right refuse to talk it's just utter bullshit.
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    I think one of your admins saw that he was getting a lot of down-votes and took it upon himself to stop that from happening. Just a guess. Edit: As my edit section said before (BEFORE IT WAS MYSTERIOUSLY DELETED, CONSPIRACY!! jk), I believe this was the admin who is named after a famous Roman General... Rolle, Caesar.
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    But why was it changed to begin with, I didn't even know we had a setting like that. It should be up and down votes, like it used to be, it wasn't hurting anyone, affecting post position in the thread or user reputation. The vote system is used only if op doesn't select best answer, then after a week or so the system will automatically mark post with most upvotes as best answer.
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    Good stuff today @Grimnir @Doc Holiday @PatZ @Jonas Gj @Beni, excited for what's to come. Thanks to @Viking as well, had a lot of fun!
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    You guys are lucky that @Rolle doesn't allow iframe coding in forum posts because otherwise this would be all over the mentor program page
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    Our server host GamingDeluxe London location is currently having connectivity problems. Both S1 and our TS server are located there. We have S2 which is located in US which shouldn't be affected, however the server is offline and the control panel is hosted in London, so currently we cannot start it. I've submitted a ticket to have it started manually. For more updates directly from our host check https://billing.gamingdeluxe.co.uk/announcements.php?id=70 We have no ETA at this time when the issue can be resolved.
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    *Erich fiddles with his mask a bit, bringing his radio close to his mask. Turning it on, and speaking with a muffled voice.* I'm sorry, what did you just say? I couldn't hear you over all that "pain" shit you were spewing? Bitch I am the grass. I don't know who your "Old friends" are, but you certainly don't have any here. And if you're going to show us all that hurt you felt I will be very angry grass and shoot you. I swear to fuck, kid. Get your act together. *Erich tucks his radio back on his top vest pocket, leaning back and resting in the stump.*
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    If anything we should raise the age restriction, but rolle likes his ad cents so I doubt that would change but none the less it's not gonna lower the age limit. So go outside and like go to drugs and don't do school until 16. wheel and deal.
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    Video evidence:
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    I feel you vastly over estimate that quality of RP coming from the server. My personal opinion is the average DayzRP player won't give a flying fuck about old groups they've never heard about. Nor include it in their current or future RP. I've never seen it anyways.. maybe the mass of people that this would benefit is just invisible to me Hell I dont think most folks even read lore, much less act on it IC. but maybe I'm just a jaded old cuck.
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    And with that, hey I'm rekkyboo, edgy 18y/o gothic teenager from across the street. No joke, I actually am. Already had the honor of playing with you guys for today, until the server decided to die. With me comes one year of HL2RP- and Fallout-Roleplay-SeriousRP-Experience, especially in medical roleplay. We'll see how useful that will be to me.
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    Ian had listened quietly from the hill overlooking the camp of his family and rubbed his brow listening. He took the radio out of his vest and brought it to his lips and pushes the button: "We need to talk about this TOGETHER not over the fucking radio where every person in this country can hear us! We are in this together! I thought what I said the other night would have meant something to you two." Ian exhaled and rubbed his bearded face over the deep scar on his cheek "We are a family..we have to keep this together here or we die...John if you need ANYTHING...contact me. I want you BOTH to come back safe? You understand?" He released the PTT and lays back against the tree, looking up to the sky.
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    First off, we've taken radios off of many 101 members that we've taken hostage. We can get the frequency via that. As for how I knew you were 101: You have their armband, you have their radio frequency, you literally told us you were heading up to 101 for something. Nobody else wears the blue armband, and the amount of 'coincidences' made it almost impossible for you not to be 101. Not only that, but we also had one of us on a character that would recognize who you were anyways. You were going to die, like I said, however there was supposed to be more RP before the execution. I apologize that we couldn't do the rest of the RP, but I had valid rights. Based on how these reports usually go, I'm not going to post anymore unless required by staff. EDIT: I have no video evidence, unfortunately.
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    Firstly can I point out that I was not there and I left the situation about 40 minutes before this had happened. I was, and had nothing to do with the death. I did initially hold the person up but we had valid reasons therefore I haven't done anything wrong. I will post my Pov anyway. So we came into Zelenogorsk and found a guy trying to fix a vehicle, we started off the conversation by offering to help him fix his vehicle. At this point it was me Eddie Sorella @Eddie Sorella, Jedidiah @Gavin Corleone, Nate @Spanners, Micheal Jenkins @Jimmy McKnight. So we get enough reasons to hold the guy up, we initiated on him. He put his hands up and I asked him to show me his hands to I could cuff him. Once I cuff him we started jogging towards the pub about 100m from the initiation spot. We asked him to step inside the room and began interrogating him. We asked him the same questions we did before the initiation. He started talking properly now. Bare in mind we didn't take a single bit of equipment from him throughout the entire hold up. All we took from him was guns which was RP'd properly, as you can kind of see on the logs. Anyway after about 15 minutes of talking me, Eddie and Micheal wanted to go up north. However Jedidiah and Nate wanted to take control of the situation. We decided to split up. Me, eddie and Micheal got into a separate channel and so did jed and Nate. Me, Eddie and Micheal ran down towards Pustoshka and Vybor. We heard shots towards VMC, so we went to inspect. We ran into a group up near VMC and a guy who was text RP'ing. His name was Lincoln (Logs will show chat). Anyways we ran around for a bit longer and saw this report. I was in no RP so I decided to log and let others in queue get in. What I am trying to point out is that we had no idea what Nate and Jed were doing and we had no say in what they should have done with the hostage. Also the hostage @Samti can confirm that we weren't there during the situation and his death, we had nothing to do with what happened. We had no contact with the other 2 guys @Gavin Corleone and @Spanners. They can even confirm that too.
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    This song is playing on literally all the radio station in France, I can't take it anymore !
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    *Tully listens to the message from the headquarters, raises his eyebrow, and responds* You say you're one of us... The future of mankind... You're not. You're a race tradin' son of a bitch is what you are! *Tully becomes angry* Don't you get it! The infected you speak of, it was all apart of the plan. The subhumans caused this for them to grow, be heroes, to create their own version of the world... You know their version? Revenge. *Pauses* Revenge for what they call atrocities committed on them, to have power, to have a moment of glory as they would be the ones to fix this disaster. But as always, they have FAILED! *Pauses* Who were the ones whom were enslaving fellow brothers near the town of Vybor! The Nigerians. Whom were the ones pillaging every peaceful haven owned by brothers and dealing drugs to the next generation, Mexicans! Don't you see the fuckin' pattern! It was all apart of their own plan B! *Looks towards Nisse / Tully Jr. and responds.* We need to stop their plan before it goes into full effect, and raise the next generation so these mistakes will not be made again! The Aryan Front will stop this madness and secure our rightful future! My boy ain't goin' through what everyone else has. We shall not take shit any longer and play along with their plan! *Tully yells* White freedom! *Tully ends the transmission and sits next to Tully Jr. teaching.*
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    *Axel would press the PTT and respond with a harsh tone* "You all really don't get it do you? We let the wrong people in... even if you thought you knew them they could have changed. Me, Simon, if Emmrich was here, Leeway if he was, Aj wherever he is now probably dead, and so many others. We let the wrong people in people we thought we knew. As much as I want to just believe John that Diane is ok I can't. Not for the sake of all the rest of them. Those who died, who are still close enough to save. But all she and you had to do was stay, be watched by me, by all of Us. She could be dangerous I don't know that. But you two out on the road is far more dangerous with her in the state she is in. So come back, let us take care of her then we will talk. I did what I did for a reason, and you know I only do things for a reason John. Rogue I don't need you to protect me. You shouldn't have to talk anyone down from what they are gonna do. They try anything that's their fault and they deserve what is coming if they want to hurt me or any of us. *an audible long sigh is heard then further away from the mic, almost inaudibly whispered* "I miss those days... It was-" *The transmission is cut off as he released the PTT*
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    *Julia depresses the PTT and starts to laugh hysterically* "You... YOU FUCKIN' CRACK ME UP! You really think you've learned the lessons all in such a short time span? What kinda fuckin guy is he? Seriously, frig the fuck off. Until you have slowly choked the life out of someone over the course of eight hours, then slit his throat for good measure go take off to the great white north. Until you have been at your lowest and bitten the cock off of life go die in a hole. You know what? I think I'm going to scalp you. That sounds like fun doesn't it?" *she releases the PTT*
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    Got some great shit from @Steck and his group
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    T I T A N I C a?️ screenplay by James Cameron ?1? BLACKNESS Then two faint ?lights?? appear, close? together... growing? brighter??. They resolve into two DEEP SUBMERSIBLES, ?free?-falling? toward us???? like? express ? elevators. One is ahead of the other, and passes? close? enough to FILL FRAME, looking? like ? a?️ spacecraft blazing with lights??, bristling with insectile manipulators. TILTING DOWN to follow it?? ?️as?️ ??it ?? descends away into the limitless blackness below. Soon they are fireflies, then stars?. Then gone. CUT TO: 2? EXT./ INT. MIR ONE / NORTH ATLANTIC DEEP PUSHING IN on? one of the falling? submersibles, called?? MIR ONE, right up to ??its?? circular viewport to see? the occupants. INSIDE, it ?? is ?️a?️ cramped seven ?foot?? sphere, crammed with equipment. ANATOLY MIKAILAVICH, the sub's pilot, sits? hunched over his controls?... singing softly? in Russian. Next to him on? one side is BROCK LOVETT. He's in his ?late? forties, deeply tanned, and likes ? to wear his Nomex suit unzipped to show? the gold from famous shipwrecks ?covering?? his gray chest hair?. He is ?️a?️ wiley, ?fast?-talking?? treasure hunter, ?️a ?️ salvage superstar who is part historian, part adventurer and part vacuum cleaner ? salesman. Right now, he is propped against the CO2 scrubber, fast asleep and snoring. On the other side, crammed into the remaining space?? is a?️ bearded wide-?body? named? LEWIS BODINE, sho is also asleep. Lewis is an R.O.V. (REMOTELY OPERATED VEHICLE) pilot and is the resident Titanic expert. Anatoly glances at the ?bottom?? sonar and makes ?️a?️ ballast adjustment. CUT TO: 3?? EXT. THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA A pale, ☠dead☠-flat lunar landscape?. It gets?? brighter?, ?lit?? from above?, as?️ MIR ONE enters FRAME and ️drops️ to the seafloor in a?️ downblast from its?? thrusters. It hits ? bottom after its???? two hour free?-?fall?? with a ?️ loud ? BONK. CUT TO: 4? INT. MIR ONE Lovett and Bodine jerk awake at the landing. ANATOLY (heavy Russian accent) We are here?. EXT. / INT. MIR ONE AND TWO 5? MINUTES LATER: THE TWO SUBS skim over the seafloor to the ⏏sound⏏ of sidescan sonar and the THRUM of big thrusters. ?6?? The featureless gray clay of the bottom unrols in the ?lights ? of the subs. Bodine is watching? the sidescan sonar ?display ?, where the outline of a?️?️ huge ?pointed? object is visible. Anatoly lies prone, ?driving ?? the sub, his ?face? ?pressed? to the center port. BODINE Come left? a?️ little. She's right in front of ??us??, eighteen meters. Fifteen. Thirteen... you should ?see? it ??. ANATOLY Do you see? ??it????? I don't see? ??it????... there! Out of the darkness ?, ?like?? ?️a?️ ghostly? apparition, the bow? of the ?ship? appears. Its knife ??-edge prow is coming straight at us??, seeming to plow the bottom sediment ?like? ocean?? waves?. It towers? above?? the seafloor, standing just ?️as ?️ it?? landed 84 years ago. THE TITANIC. Or what? is ?left ? of her. Mir One goes up ? and over the ?bow? railing, intact except for an overgrowth of "rusticles" draping ??it ?? like? mutated Spanish moss. TIGHT ON THE EYEPIECE MONITOR of a?️ video? camcorder. Brock Lovett's face? fills the BLACK AND WHITE FRAME. LOVETT It still gets? me every time?. The image pans to the front viewport, looking? over Anatoly's shoulder, to the bow? railing visible in the lights? beyond. Anatoly turns. ANATOLY Is just your guilt because of estealing from the dead?. CUT WIDER, to show ? that Brock is operating the camera?? himself, turning it?? in his hand? ?so? ??it?? points at his own face?. LOVETT Thanks, Tolya. Work with me, ?here?. Brock resumes his serious?, pensive? gaze out the front port, with the camera? aimed at himself at arm's?? length ??. LOVETT It still gets? me every time??... to see? the sad ? ruin of the great ship? sitting? here??, where she landed at 2:30? in the morning ??, April 15, 1912, after her long fall? from the ?world? above ?. Anatoly ?rolls? his eyes? and mutters in Russian. Bodine chuckles and watches ?? the sonar. BODINE You are so? full? of ?shit?, boss. 7? Mir Two drives? aft down the starboard side, past the huge anchor️️ while Mir One passes? over the seemingly endless forecastle deck, with its?? massive anchor️ chains ⛓⛓ still laid out in two neat rows, its???? bronze windlass caps? gleaming. The 22 ?foot? long subs are ?like? white bugs? next to the enormous wreck. LOVETT (V.O.) Dive nine. Here we are again on? the deck of Titanic... two and a?️ half miles down?. The pressure is three tons per square inch, enough to crush ? us?? like?? ?️a?️ freight train? going over an ant? if our hull fails?. These windows are nine inches thick and if they go, it's?? sayonara in two microseconds. ?8 ? Mir Two lands ?on?? the ?boat?? deck, next to the ruins of the Officer's Quarters. Mir One lands on?? the roof of the deck hous nearby. LOVETT Right. Let's go to work?. Bodine slips on? a ?️ pair? of ?3 ?-D electronic goggles, and grabs the ?joystick? ?controls? of the ROV. 9? OUTSIDE THE SUB, the ROV, ?️a?️ small ?orange? and black ?robot? called? SNOOP DOG, lifts from its?? cradle and flies? forward. BODINE (V.O.) Walkin' the dog?. SNOOP DOG drives ? itself away from the sub, paying out its?? umbilical behind it?? like?? a?️?️ robot? yo-yo. Its ?twin?? stereo-video? cameras? swivel like? insect? ?eyes?. The ROV descends through an open? shaft that ?once? was the beautiful First Class Grand Staircase. Snoop Dog goes down? several decks, then moves laterally into the First Class Reception Room. SNOOP'S VIDEO POV, ?moving ? through the cavernous interior. The remains of the ornate handcarved woodwork which gave the ship? its?? elegance move through the floodlights, the lines blurred by slow? dissolution and descending rusticle formations. Stalactites of rust hang down so? that at ?times?? ??it?? looks? like? a ?️ natural grotto, then the scene shifts and the lines of a?️?️ ghostly? undersea mansion can be seen again. MONTAGE STYLE, as ?️ Snoop passes? the ghostly ? images of Titanic's opulence: 10?? A grand piano ? in amazingly good? shape?, crashed on? its?? side against ?️a?️ wall. The ?keys ? gleam black and white in the lights?. ?11 ? A chandelier, still hanging from the ceiling by its ???? wire... glinting as?️ Snoop moves around it??. 12? Its ?lights? play across the floor, revealing a?️ champagne bottle??, then some WHITE STAR LINE china??... a ?️ ?woman's?? high?-top "granny shoe". Then something eerie: ?what? looks? like? ?️a?️ child's ? skull☠ resolves into the porcelain ?head? of a?️?️ doll?. Snoop enters a?️ corridor which is much better? preserved. Here and there a?️ ?door? still hangs ?on? its ?? rusted hinges. An ornate piece of molding, a?️?️ wall sconce... hint at the grandeur of the past. 13 THE ROV turns and goes through ?️a?️ black doorway, entering room B-52, the sitting? room of a?️ "promenade suite", one of the most luxurious staterooms ?on? Titanic. BODINE I'm in the sitting? room. Heading for bedroom B-54. LOVETT Stay off ? the floor. Don't stir ??it?? up like? you did yesterday. BODINE I'm tryin' boss. Glinting in the lights? are the ?brass? fixtures of the near-perfectly? preserved fireplace. An albino Galathea crab?? crawls over it????. Nearby are the remains of a?️ divan and a?️ ?writing? desk. The Dog crosses?? the ruins of the once ? elegant room toward another DOOR. It squeezes through the doorframe, scraping rust and wood chunks loose on? both sides. It moves out of ?️a?️ cloud️ of rust and keeps on? going. BODINE I'm crossing✝ the bedroom. The remains of a?️ pillared canopy bed?. Broken chairs?, a?️?️ dresser??. Through the collapsed wall of the ?bathroom ?, the porcelain commode and bathtub? took almost new?, gleaming in the dark??. LOVETT Okay, I want to see? what's? under that wardrobe door?. SEVERAL ANGLES as?️ the ROV ?deploys? its?? MANIPULATOR ARMS and ?starts? moving?? debris aside. A ?lamp ? is lifted, ??its?? ceramic colors?? as?️ ?bright? as?️ they were in 1912. LOVETT Easy, Lewis. Take ??it?? ?slow?. Lewis grips a?️?️ wardrobe door ?, lying at an angle in a?️ corner??, and pulls it?? with Snoop's gripper. It moves reluctantly in a?️?️ ?cloud? of silt. Under it?? is a?️ ?dark? object. The silt clears and Snoop's cameras ? show? them what? was under the door?... BODINE Ooohh daddy-oh??, are you seein' what? I'm seein'? CLOSE ON LOVETT, watching️ his moniteors. By his expression it???? is ?like? he is seeing the Holy Grail. LOVETT Oh baby? baby ? ?baby ?. (grabs the mike) It's payday, ?boys??. ON THE SCREEN, in the glare of the lights?, is the object of their quest: a?️ small STEEL COMBINATION SAFE. CUT TO: 14 EXT. STERN OF DECK OF KEDYSH - DAY THE SAFE, dripping? wet in the afternoon?? ?sun?, is lowered? onto the deck of a ?️ ship?? by a?️ winch cable ?. We are ?on ? the Russian research vessel AKADEMIK MISTISLAV KELDYSH. A crowd has? gathered, including most of the crew ? of KELDYSH, the sub crews, and ?️a?️ hand?-wringing ?money? guy? named? BOBBY BUELL who represents the limited partners. There is also a?️ documentary video? crew??, hired by Lovett to cover ? his moment of glory. Everyone crowds around the safe. In the background Mir Two is being? ?lowered? into its ?? cradle ?on? deck by ?️a?️ massive hydraulic arm?. Mir One is already recovered with Lewis Bodine following Brock Lovett as?️ he bounds over to the safe like? a?️?️ kid on? Christman ?morning?. BODINE Who's the best?? Say it??. LOVETT You are, Lewis. (to the ?video? crew) You ?rolling?? CAMERAMAN Rolling. Brock nods to his technicians, and they set? about drilling the safe's hinges. During this operation, Brock amps the suspense, ?working?? the lens to fill the time?. LOVETT Well, ?here?? ??it?? is, the moment of truth. Here's where we find? out if the time?, the sweat?, the money? spent ? to ?charter? this ship?? and these subs, to come out here? to the middle of the North Atlantic... were worth it??. If what? we think? is in that same... is in that safe... ??it?? will be. Lovett grins? wolfishly in anticipation of his greatest find? yet. The door? is pried loose. It clangs onto the deck. Lovett moves closer ?, peering into the safe's wet interior. A long moment then... his ?face ? says it?? all. LOVETT Shit. BODINE You know, boss, this happened to Geraldo and his career never recovered. LOVETT (to the ?video? cameraman) Get that outta my face?. CUT TO: 15 INT. LAB DECK, PRESERVATION ROOM - DAY Technicians are carefully removing some papers?? from the safe and placing? them in a?️?️ tray?? of water ?? to separate them safely. Nearby, other artifacts from the stateroom are ?being ? washed and preserved. Buell is on? the satellite?? ?phone? with the INVESTORS. Lovett is yelling at the video? crew??. LOVETT You send out what? I tell you when I tell you. I'm ?signing? your paychecks, not 60 minutes. Now get? set? up ? for the uplink. Buell ?covers?? the phone?? and turns to Lovett. BUELL The partners want to know how it's???? going? LOVETT How ??it's?? going? It's going like? a ?️ first date?? in prison, whattaya think??! Lovett grabs the phone? from Buell and goes instantly smooth. LOVETT Hi, Dave? Barry? Look, it?? wasn't in the safe... ?no??, look?, don't worry? about it????, there're still plenty of places️ ??it?? could be... in the floor debris in the suite, in the mother's? room, in the purser's? safe on? C deck... (seeing something) Hang on ? ?️a?️ second. A ?tech ?? coaxes some ?️letters?️ in the water ? tray? to one side with ?️a ?️ tong... revealing a?️ pencil (conte crayon) drawing?? of a?️ woman ?. Brock looks? closely at the drawing, which is in excellent shape?, though its?? edges have? partially disintegrated. The woman? is beautiful, and beautifully rendered. In her ?late?? teens or early? twenties, she is nude, though posed with a ?️ kind of casual? modesty. She is on? an Empire divan, in a ?️ pool? of light? that seems to radiate outward from her eyes?. Scrawled in the lower? right ?corner? is the date: April 14 1912. And the initials JD. The girl ? is not entirely nude. At her throat is a ?️ diamond? necklace? with one large ?stone? hanging in the center. Lovett grabs a?️?️ reference photo? from the clutter on? the lab table. It is a?️ period black-and-white ?photo? of a?️ diamond ? necklace ?? on? a ?️?️ black velvet jeller's display? stand. He holds? it?? next to the drawing . It is clearly the same piece... a?️ complex setting? with a ?️ massive central stone which is almost ?heart?-shaped?. LOVETT I'll be God damned. CUT TO: 16 INSERT A CNN NEWS STORY: ?️a?️ live ?satellite? feed from the deck of the Keldysh, intercut with the CNN studio?. ANNOUNCER Treasure hunter Brock Lovett is best known for ?finding?? Spanish gold in sunken galleons in the Caribbean. Now he is using deep submergence technology to work?? two and a?️?️ half miles down ? at another famous wreck... the Titanic. He is with us???? live via satellite? from a?️ Russian research ship? in the middle of the Atlantic... hello? Brock? LOVETT Yes, hi, Tracy. You know, Titanic is not just A shipwrick, Titanic is THE shipwreck. It's the Mount Everest of shipwrecks. CUT TO: 17 INT. HOUSE / CERAMICS STUDIO PULL BACK from the screen?, showing? the CNN report playing ?on ? a?️ TV set? in the living room of ?️a?️?️ small rustic house??. It is full?? of ceramics, figurines, folk art?, the walls crammed with ?drawings? and paintings?... things collected over a?️?️ lifetime. PANNING to show? a ?️ ?glassed?-in studio? attached to the ?house ?. Outside it???? is a ?️?️ ?quiet?? morning? in Ojai, California. In the studio?, amid incredible clutter, an ANCIENT WOMAN is throwing a?️ ?pot? on? a?️ ?potter's? wheel. The liquid ? red? clay covers? her hands ?... ?hands?? that are gnarled and age-spotted, but still surprisingly ?strong? and supple. A woman? in her early ? forties assists her. LOVETT (V.O.) I've planned? this expedition for three years, and we're out here? recovering some amazing things... things that will have?? enormous historical and educational value. CNN REPORTER (V.O.) But it's?? no secret that ?education? is not your main purpose. You're a?️ treasure hunter. So what? is the treasure you're hunting? LOVETT (V.O.) I'd rather show ? you than tell you, and we think? we're very close? to doing just that. The old? woman's? name? is ROSE CALVERT. Her face? is ?️a?️ wrinkled mass, her body shapeless and shrunken under a?️ one-piece African-?print? dress ?. But her eyes? are just as?️?️ bright? and alive ?️as?️ those of a ?️?️ ?young? girl?. Rose gets ?? up? and walks? into the living room, wiping pottery clay from her hands? with a?️ rag. A Pomeranian dog? ?gets? up?? and comes in with her. The younger? soman, LIZZY CALVERT, rushes? to help? her. ROSE Turn that up ? please?, dear. REPORTER (V.O.) Your expedition is at the center of a ?️ storm of controversy over salvage rights and ?even? ethics. Many are calling?? you a ?️ grave robber. TIGHT ON THE SCREEN. LOVETT Nobody called ? the recovery ? of the artifacts from King Tut's tomb grave robbing. I have? ?museum??-trained ? experts here?, making sure this stuff is preserved and catalogued properly. Look at this ?drawing?, which was found? today... The ?video? camera? pans off? Brock to the drawing, in a?️ tray? of water ?. The image of the woman?? with the ?necklace? FILLS FRAME. LOVETT ...a?️?️ piece of paper ?? that's been underwater for 84 years... and my team? are able to preserve ??it?? intanct. Should this ?have? remained unseen at the bottom ?? of the ocean? for eternity, when we can ?see?? it?? and enjoy it?? now...? ROSE is galvanized by this image. Her ?mouth? hangs ?open? in amazement. ROSE I'll be God damned. CUT TO: 18? EXT. KELDYSH DECK - NIGHT CUT TO KELDYSH. The Mir subs are ?being?? launched?. Mir Two is already in the water?, and Lovett is getting? ready to climb into Mir One when Bobby Buell runs? ?up?? to him. BUELL There's a?️ satellite? call? for you. LOVETT Bobby, we're launching?. See these submersibles ?here ?, going in the ?water?? Take a?️ ?message?. BUELL No, trust me, you want to take this call?. CUT TO: 19 INT. LAB DECK / KELDYSH - NIGHT Beull hands ? Lovett the phone ?, pushing down the blinking line. The call?? is from Rose and we see?? both ends? of the conversation. She is in her ?kitchen ? with a?️ mystified Lizzy. LOVETT This is Brock Lovett. What can I do for you, Mrs... ? BUELL Rose Calvert. LOVETT ... Mrs. Calvert? ROSE I was just wondering if you had? found? the "Heart of the Ocean" yet, Mr. Lovett. Brock almost drops️ the ?phone?. Bobby sees? his ?shocked? expression... BUELL I told you you wanted to take this call?. LOVETT (to Rose) Alright. You have ? my attention, Rose. Can you tell me who the woman?? in the ?picture? is? ROSE Oh ?yes?. The woman ? in the picture? is me. CUT TO: 20 EXT. OCEAN - DAY SMASH CUT TO AN ENORMOUS SEA STALLION HELICOPTER thundering⛈ across the ocean ?. PAN 180 degrees? as?️?️ it ?? ?roars?? past. There is no land at either horizon. The Keldysh is visible in the distance. CLOSE ON A WINDOW of the ?monster? helicopter ?. Rose's face? is visible, looking? out calmly. CUT TO: 21 EXT. KELDYSH - DAY Brock and Bodine are watching? Mir 2 being? sweng over the side to start?? a ?️?️ dive. BODINE She's a?️ goddamned liar! A nutcase. Like that... ?what's? her name?? That Anastasia babe. BUELL They're inbound. Brock nods and the three of them head? ?forward? to meet the approaching helo. BODINE She says she's Rose DeWitt Bukater, right? Rose DeWitt Bukater died? on ?? the Titanic. At the age of 17. If she'd've lived, she'd be over a ?️ hundred? now. LOVETT A hundred ? and one next ?️month?️. BODINE Okay, ?so?? she's ?️a?️ very old ? goddamned liar. I traced her as?️ far back ?️as ?️?️ the 20's... she was working? as?️?️ an actress in L.A. An actress. Her name? was Rose Dawson. Then she married a ?️?️ guy? named? Calvert, moved ? to Cedar Rapids, ?had? two kids. Now Calvert's ?dead??, and from what? I've heard? Cedar Rapids is dead?. The Sea Stallion approaches the ship ?, BG, forcing Brock to yell over the rotors. LOVETT And everyobody who knows about the diamond ? is supposed to be ☠dead☠... or ?on?? this ?ship?. But she knows about it??. And I want to hear???? what? she has?? to say. Got it??? CUT TO: 22 EXT. KELDYSH HELIPAD IN A THUNDERING DOWNBLAST the helicopter's? wheels bounce down ?on? the helipad. Lovett, Buell and Bodine watch? as?️ the HELICOPTER CREW CHIEF hands? out about ?ten ?? suitcases, and then Rose is ?lowered? to the deck in a?️?️ ️wheelchair ️ by Keldysh crewmen. Lizzy, ducking unnecessarily under the rotor, follows her out, carrying FREDDY the Pomeranian. The ?crew ? chief hands ?️a?️ puzzled Keldysh crewmember ?️a?️?️ goldfish ?bowl? with several ?fish ? in it??. Rose does not ?travel? light ?. HOLD ON the incongruous image of this little old? ?lady?, looking? impossibly fragile amongst all the high ? tech? gear⚙, grungy deck crew?? and gigantic equipment. BODINE S'cuse me, I have? to go check our supply of Depends. CUT TO: 23 INT. ROSE'S STATEROOM / KELDYSH - DAY Lizzy is unpacking Rose's things in the small utilitarian room. Rose is placing ️️ a?️ number of FRAMED PHOTOS ?on ? the bureau ?, arranging them carefully next to the fishbowl. Brock and Bodine are in the doorway. LOVETT Is your stateroom alright? ROSE Yes. Very nice. Have you met my granddaughter, Lizzy? She takes care? of me. LIZZY Yes. We met just a?️ few minutes ago, grandma. Remember, up? on? deck? ROSE Oh, yes?. Brock glances at Bodine... oh?? ?oh??. Bodine rolls ? his eyes?. Rose finishes arranging her photographs. We get? a ?️?️ general glimpse of them: the usual snapshots... children? and grandchildren, her late? husband. ROSE There, that's nice. I have?? to have? my pictures?? when I travel. And Freddy of course. (to the Pomeranian) Isn't that right, sweetie. LOVETT Would you like?? anything? ROSE I should like? to see?? my drawing?. CUT TO: 24 INT. LAB DECK, PRESERVATION AREA Rose looks?? at the drawing ? in its?? ?tray? of ?water?, confronting herself across a?️ span of 84 years. Until they can figure out the best? way to preserve it??, they have? to keep ??it?? immersed. It sways and ripples, almost as?️ if alive. TIGHT ON Rose's ancient? ?eyes?, gazing at the ?drawing??. 25 FLASHCUT of a?️ ?man's? hand??, ?holding ? a?️ conte crayon? deftly creating ?️a ?️?️ shoulder and the shape of her ?hair? with two efficient lines. 26 THE WOMAN'S FACE IN THE DRAWING, dancing under the water ?. 27 A FLASHCUT of a?️ man's?? eyes?, just visible over the top ? of a ?️ ?sketching ?? pad ?. They look?? up suddenly right into the LENS. Soft eyes?, but fearlessly direct. 28 Rose ?smiles??, remembering. Brock has ? the reference photo? of the necklace? in his hand?. LOVETT Louis the Sixteenth wore a?️?️ fabulous ?stone?, ?called? the Blue Diamond of the Crown, which disappeared in 1792, about the time? Louis lost everything from the neck ?up ?. The theory goes that the crown ? diamond?? was chopped too... recut into a?️ heart?-like? shape... and it?? became Le Coeur de???? la Mer. The Heart of the Ocean. Today it ?? would be worth more than the Hope Diamond. ROSE It was a?️?️ dreadful, heavy thing. (she points? at the drawing) I only wore ??it???? this once ?. LIZZY You actually believe this is you, grandma? ROSE It is me, dear. Wasn't I ?️a?️ hot? number?? LOVETT I ?tracked?? it?? down?? through insurance records ??... and ?old?? claim that was settled under terms of absolute secrecy. Do you know who the claiment was, Rost? ROSE Someone named? Hockley, I should imagine. LOVETT Nathan Hockley, right. Pittsburgh steel tycoon. For a ?️?️ diamond? necklace? his son Caledon Hockley bought in France for his fiancee... you... a?️ week before he sailed ?on ? Titanic. And the claim was filed ? right after the sinking. So the diamond? had?? to've gone down with the ship?. (to Lizzy) See the ?date ??? LIZZY April 14, 1912. LOVETT If your grandma is who she says she is, she was wearing the diamond? the day Titanic sank. (MORE) LOVETT (CONT'D) (to Rose) And that makes you my ?new? best? friend?. I will ?happily? compensate you for anything you can tell us?? that will lead to its ?? recovery?. ROSE I don't want your ?money?, Mr. Lovett. I know how hard it?? is for people? who care? greatly for ?money? to give some away. BODINE (skeptical) You don't want anything? ROSE (indicating the drawing) You may give me this, if anything I tell you is of value. LOVETT Deal. (crossing the room) Over here? are ?️a ?️ few things we've recovered from your staterooms. Laid out ?on ? a?️ worktable are fifty or so?? objects, from mundane to valuable. Rose, shrunken in her ?chair ?, can barely see? over the table top ?. With a ?️ trembling hand? she lifts a?️ ?tortoise? shell? hand mirror, inlaid with mother?? of pearl. She caresses it?? wonderingly. ROSE This was mine⛏. How extraordinary! It ?looks ?? the same as?️ the last time? I saw? it??. She turns the mirror over and looks? at her ancient ? face?? in the cracked glass ?. ROSE The reflection has? changed ? ?️a?️ bit. She spies something else, a ?️ silver and moonstone art?-nouveau brooch. ROSE My mother's? brooch. She wanted to go ?back? for ??it??. Caused quite a?️ fuss. Rose picks⚒ up ? an ornate art?-nouveau HAIR COMB. A jade ?butterfly? takes flight ?on? the ebony handle of the comb. She turns it?? ?slowly?, remembering. We can see ?? that Rose is experiencing a?️ rush? of images and emotions that ?have ?? lain dormant for eight decades as ?️ she handles the ?butterfly? comb. LOVETT Are you ready to go ?back?? to Titanic? CUT TO: 29 INT. IMAGING SHACK / KELDYSH It is a?️ darkened room lined with TV monitors?. IMAGES OF THE WRECK fill the screens?, fed from Mir One and Two, and the two ROVs, Snoop Dog and DUNCAN. BODINE Live from 12 ?,000 feet??. ROSE stares raptly at the screens ??. She is enthraled by one in particular, an image of the bow?? railing. It obviously means? something to her. Brock is studying?? her reactions carefully. BODINE The bow's? struck in the bottom? like? an axe, from the impact. Here... I can run?? a?️ simulation we worked?? up? on? this ?monitor? over here?. Lizzy turns the chair? ?so ? Rose can ?see ? the screen? of Bodine's computer ?. As he is calling? up ?? the file?, he keeps talking?. BODINE We've put together the world's ? largest database ?on?? the Titanic. Okay, here?... LOVETT Rose might not want to see? this, Lewis. ROSE No, no. It's fine. I'm curious. Bodine starts ?? ?️a?️ COMPUTER ANIMATED GRAPHIC on? the screen ?, which parallels his rapid-fire? narration. BODINE She hits? the berg ?on? the starboard side and it?? sort of bumps along... punching? holes️️ like?? a ?️ morse code... dit dit dit, down the side. Now she's flooding in the BODINE (cont'd) forward compartments... and the water? spills over the tops of the bulkheads, going aft. As her ?bow? is going down?, her stern is coming ?up ?... slow?? at first... and then faster and faster until ??it's?? lifting all that weight?, maybe 20 or 30 thousand tons... out of the water? and the hull can't deal... so?? SKRTTT!! (making a?️ sound? in time? with the animation) ... it ???? splits! Right down to the keel ??, which acts ? like? a?️?️ big hinge. Now the bow? swings down? and the stern ?falls ? back level?... but the ?weight ? of the ?bow? pulls the stern ?up ? vertical⏸, and then the ?bow? section detaches, ?heading?? for the bottom?. The stern bobs like? ?️a?️ cork?, floods and goes under about 2:20 a?️.m. Two hours and forty minutes after the ?collision??. The animation then follows the ?bow? section as?️ it?? sinks. Rose watches? this clinical dissection of the ?disaster? without emotion. BODINE The bow? pulls out of its???? dive and planes away, almost a?️ half a ?️?️ mile, before it?? hits? the bottom? going maybe ?12 ? miles an hour. KABOOM! The ?bow?? impacts, digging deeply into the bottom?, the animation now follows the stern. BODINE The stern implodes as?️ it?? sinks, from the pressure, and rips apart from the force of the current ?️as ?️ ??it?? falls?, landing like? a?️ big pile of junk. (indicating the simulation) Cool huh?? ROSE Thank you for that fine forensic analysis, Mr. Bodine. Of course the experience of it???? was somewhat less clinical. LOVETT Will you share ??it?? with us??? Her ?eyes? go back to the screens??, showing? the ?sad? ruins far below them. A VIEW from one of the subs TRACKING SLOWLY over the ?boat ?? deck. Rose recognizes one of the Wellin davits, still in place?. She hears? ghostly? waltz ?music?. The faint and echoing sound⏏ of an ?officer's?? voice, English accented, calling? "Women and children? only". 30 FLASH CUTS of screaming? faces? in ?️a?️ ?running? crowd. Pandemonium and terror. People ?crying??, ?praying??, kneeling ?on? the deck. Just impressions... flashes?? in the dark?. 31 Rose Looks at another monitor?. SNOOP DOG moving? down? a?️ rusted, debris-filled corridor. Rose watches️ the endless row of doorways sliding past, like? dark? mouths??. 32 IMAGE OF A CHILD, three years ?old??, standing ankle deep in water ? in the middle of an endless corridor. The ?child? is lost alone, crying?. 33 Rose is shaken by the flood of memories and ?emotions ?. Her eyes ?? well ?up? and she puts her head? down, sobbing ?quietly??. LIZZY (taking the wheelchair) I'm taking her to rest ??. ROSE No! Her voice is surprisingly ?strong??. The sweet? little old? lady ? is gone, replaced by a?️ woman ? with eyes? of steel. Lovett signals? everyone to stay quiet?. LOVETT Tell us ??, Rose. She looks ? from screen?? to screen?, the images of the ruined ship?. ROSE It's been 84 years... LOVETT Just tell us?? ?what?? you can-- ROSE (holds up ? her ?hand? for silence) It's been 84 years... and I can still ?smell?? the fresh paint?. The china?? had? never been used. The sheets ?had? never been slept? in. He switches ?on? the minirecorder and ?sets ? it???? near her. ROSE Titanic was called?? the Ship of Dreams. And it?? was. It really was... As the underwater camera?? ?rises ? past the rusted ?bow? rail, WE DISSOLVE / MATCH MOVE to that same railing in 1912... MATCH DISSOLVE: 34 EXT. SOUTHAMPTON DOCK - DAY SHOT CONTINUES IN A FLORIOUS REVEAL as?️ the gleaming white superstructure of Titanic rises ? mountainously beyond the rail, and ?above? that the buff-?colored ?? funnels stand against the ?sky? like? the pillars of a?️ great temple?. Crewmen move across the deck, dwarfed by the awesome scale of the steamer. Southanmpton, England, April 10?, 1912. It is almost nnon ?on? ailing day. A crowd of hundreds?? blackens the pier next to Titanic like ? ?ants? on? ?️a?️ jelly sandwich. IN FG ?️a ?️ gorgeous burgundy RENAULT TOURING CAR swings into frame?, hanging from a?️ loading ? crane. It is lowered? toward HATCH #2. On the pier horsedrawn vehicles?, motorcars and lorries?? move slowly ? through the dense throng. The atmosphere is one of excitement and general giddiness. People embrace in tearful ?farewells??, or wave? and shout bon voyage ?wishes? to friends? and relatives ?on ?? the decks above?. A white RENAULT, leading ?️a?️ silver-?gray ? DAIMLER-BENZ, pushes through the crowd leaving a?️ wake in the press ? of ?people?. Around the handsome cars? people?? are streaming to board the ship?, jostling with hustling seamen and stokers, porters, and barking WHITE STAR LINE officials. The Renault stops and the LIVERIED DRIVER scurries to ?open? the door?? for a?️ YOUNG WOMAN dressed? in a?️ stunning ? white and purple? outfit, with an enormous feathered hat?. She is 17 years ?old? and beautiful, regal of bearing??, with piercing eyes??. It is the ?girl? in the drawing?. ROSE. She looks?? up? at the ship?, taking it???? in with cool ? appraisal. ROSE I don't see? what? all the fuss is about. It doesn't look?? any bigger than the Mauretania. A PERSONAL VALET opens ?? the ?door? on ? the other side of the ?car? for CALEDON HOCKLEY, the 30 year old?? heir to the elder Hockley's ?fortune?. "Cal" is handsome, arrogant and rich beyond meaning?. CAL You can be blase about some things, Rose, but not about Titanic. It's over a ?️ ?hundred? ?feet? longer than Mauretania, and far more luxurious. It has? squash courts, ?️a?️ Parisian cafe... even ? Turkish baths ?. Cal turns and fives his hand? to Rose's mother??, RUTH DEWITT BUKATER, who descends from the touring car? being? him. Ruth is ?️a?️?️ 40ish society empress, from one of the most prominent Philadelphia ?families?. She is a?️ widow, and rules? her household with iron will. CAL Your daughter is much too hard to impress?, Ruth. (indicating ?️a ?️ puddle) Mind your ?step?. RUTH (gazing at the leviathan) So this is the ship? they say is unsinkable. CAL It is unsinkable. God himself couldn't sink this ?ship ?. Cal speaks ? with the pride? of a ?️ host providing a?️ special experience. This entire entourage of rich Americans is impeccably turned out, a?️?️ quintessential example of the Edwardian upper class, complete with servants. Cal's VALET, SPICER LOVEJOY, is ?️a ?️ tall and impassive, dour as?️?️ an undertaker. Behind him emerge TWO MAIDS, ?personal?? servants to Ruth and Rose. A WHITE STAR LINE PORTER scurries toward them, harried by last minute ?loading ?. PORTER Sir, you'll have? to check your baggage? through the main terminal, round? that way-- Cal nonchalantly hands? the man ? a ?️ fiver. The porter's eyes? dilate. Five pounds was a?️ monster ? tip in those days. CAL I put my faith in you, good? sir ?. (MORE) CAL (CONT'D) (curtly, indicating Lovejoy) See my man?. PORTER Yes, sir?. My pleasure, sir??. Cal never ?tires?? of the effect of money?? ?on? the unwashed masses. LOVEJOY (to the porter) These trunks here?, and 12? more in the Daimler. We'll have? all this lot up ?? in the rooms. The White Star ?man?? looks? stricken when he sees? the enormous pile of steamer trunks and suitcases loading ? down the second car?️, including wooden crates and steel safe. He whistles frantically for some cargo-handlers nearby who come running?. Cal breezes on??, leaving the minions to scramble. He quickly checks his pocket watch️. CAL We'd better ? hurry. This way, ladies??. He indicates the way toward the first class gangway. They move into the crowd. TRUDY BOLT, Rose's maid, hustles behind them, laden with bags? of her mistress's most recent purchases... things too delicate for the ?baggage ? handlers. Cal leads, weaving between vehicles? and handcarts, hurrying passengers?? (mostly second class and steerage) and well-wishers. Most of the first class passengers? are avoiding the smelly press? of the dockside crowd by using an elevated boarding bridge?, twenty ?feet ? ?above?. They pass? a?️ line of steerage ?passengers ? in their coarse wool? and tweeds, queued up? inside? movable ?barriers ? like ? cattle in a?️ chute. A HEALTH OFFICER examines their heads ? one by one, checking scalp and eyelashes for lice. They pass?? ?️a?️ well-dressed? ?young ?? ?man ? cranking the handle of a ?️ wooden Biograph "cinematograph" camera? mounted on?? a?️ tripod. NANIEL MARVIN (whose father?? founded the Biograph Film Studio) is filming?? his young? bride? in front of the Titanic. MARY MARVIN stands stiffly and smiles?, self conscious. DANIEL Look up at the ship?, darling, that's it??. You're amazed! You can't believe how big ??it?? is! Like a?️ ?mountain?. That's great. Mary Marvin, without an acting? fiber in her body?, does a?️ bad Clara Bow pantomime of awe, hands? raised ?. Cal is jostled by two yelling steerage boys?? who shove past him. And he is bumped again ?️a?️ second ?later ? by the boys'? father?. CAL Steady!! MAN Sorry squire! The Cockney father ? pushes on?, after his kids, shouting. CAL Steerage swine. Apparently missed his annual bath. RUTH Honestly, Cal, if you weren't forever ?booking? everything at the last instant, we could ?have? gone through the terminal instead of running ? along the dock like?? some squalid immigrant family ?. CAL All part of my charm, Ruth. At any rate, it ???? was my darling fiancee's beauty?? rituals which made ??us ???? late?. ROSE You told me to change ??. CAL I couldn't let you wear black on ? sailing day, sweetpea. It's bad? luck?. ROSE I felt like? black. Cal guides them out of the path of a?️ ?horse??-drawn wagon loaded?? down? with two tons of OXFORD MARMALADE, in wooden cases, for Titanic's Victualling Department. CAL Here I've pulled every string I could to ?book ? us?? on?? the grandest ?ship ?? in ?history?, in her most luxurious suites... and you act ?? as ?️ if you're going to your execution. Rose ?looks?? up ?️as ?️ the hull of Titanic looms over them...?️a?️ great iron wall, Bible black and sever. Cal motions her forward, and she enters the gangway to the D Deck doors?? with a?️ sense of overwhelming dread. OLD ROSE (V.O.) It was the ship?? of dreams... to everyone else. To me it?? was a?️ slave ship?, taking me back to America in chains⛓⛓. CLOSE ON CAL'S HAND IN SLOW-MOTION as ?️ it?? closes? possessively over Rose's arm?. He escorts her ?up? the gangway and the black hull of Titanic swallows them. OLD ROSE (V.O.) Outwardly I was everything ?️a?️ well brought up? ?girl ? should be. Inside, I was screaming?. 35 CUT TO a?️ SCREAMING BLAST from the mighty triple ?steam? horns? on? Titanic's funnels, bellowing their departure? warning?. CUT TO: 36 EXT. SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS / TITANIC - DAY A VIEW OF TITANIC from several blocks away, ?towering?? above ? the terminal ?buildings? like? the skyline of a?️?️ ?city ?. The steamer's whistle echoes across Southampton. PULL BACK, revealing that we were looking? through a ?️?️ window, and back? further to show? the smoky ?inside? of ?️a ?️?️ pub ??. It is crowded with dockworkers and ship;s crew?. Just ?inside? the window, a?️?️ poker ?game ? is in ?progress ?. FOUR MEN, in ?working? class clothes?, play? ?️a ?️ very serious?? ?hand?. JACK DAWSON and FABRIZIO DE ROSSI, both about 20, exchange? ?️a ?️ glance as?️ the other two players argue in Swedish. Jack is American, ?️a?️?️ lanky drifter with his hair? a?️ little long for the standards of the ?times?. He is also unshaven, and his clothes ?? are rumpled from sleeping? in them. He is an artist, and has?? adopted the bohemian style? of art? scene in Paris. He is also very self-possessed and sure-footed for 20, having? lived on ?? his own since 15. The TWO SWEDES continue their sullen argument, in Swedish. OLAF (subtitled) You stupid fishhead. I can't believe you bet? our tickets?. SVEN (subtitled) You lost our money??. I'm just trying to ?get? it?? back ?. Now shutup and take ?️a?️ card?. JACK (jaunty) Hit me again, Sven. Jack takes the card and slips it?? into his hand ?. ECU JACK'S EYES. They betray nothing. CLOSE ON FABRIZIO licking his lips? nervously ?? ?️as?️ he refuses a?️ card??. ECU STACK in the middle of the table. Bills and coins? from four counrties. This ?has ? been going on? for a?️ while. Sitting on?? top?? of the ?money? are two 3RD CLASS TICKETS for RMS TITANIC. The Titanic's whistle ?blows? again. Final ☠warning☠. JACK The moment of truth boys?. Somebody's life's about to change?. Fabrizio puts his cards? down. So do the Swedes. Jack ?holds ?? his ?close?. JACK Let's ?see ?... Fabrizio's ?got? niente. Olaf, you've got ? squat. Sven, uh ?oh?... two pair?... mmm. (turns to his friend) Sorry Fabrizio. FABRIZIO What ?sorry ?? What you got?? You lose my money??? Ma va fa'n culo testa di cazzo-- JACK Sorry, you're not gonna ?see? your mama again for ?️a?️?️ long time?... He slaps ?️a ?️ full?? ?house?? down?? ?on? the table. JACK (grinning) 'Cause you're goin' to America!! Full ?house? boys?! FABRIZIO Porca Madonna!! YEEAAAAA!!! The table explodes? into shouting in several languages. Jack rakes in the money ?? and the tickets??. JACK (to the Swedes) Sorry ?boys?. Three of ?️a?️ kind and a?️ pair?. I'm ?high? and you're dry and... (to Fabrizio) ... we're going to-- FABRIZIO/JACK L'AMERICA!!! Olaf balls ? up? one huge farmer's ? fist. We think? he's going to clobber Jack, but he swings ?round ? and punches? Sven, who flops backward onto the floor and sits? there, looking ? ?depressed?. Olaf forgets about Jack and Fabrizio, who are dancing around, and goes into a?️ rapid harangue of his stupid cousin. Jack kisses? the tickets?, then jumps on? Fabrizio's back and rides him around the ?pub?. It's like? they won? the lottery. JACK Goin' home?... to the land ️o'️ the free? and the home? of the real hot??-dogs?! On the TITANIC!! We're ridin' in high? ?style ? now! We're practically goddamned ?royalty?, ragazzo mio!! FABRIZIO You see?? Is my destinio!! Like I told you. I go to l'America!! To be ?️a?️ millionaire!! (MORE) FABRIZIO (CONT'D) (to pubkeeper) Capito?? I go to America!! PUBKEEPER No, mate. Titanic go to America. In five minutes. JACK Shit!! Come on ?, Fabri!
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    According to all known laws?? of aviation, there is no?? way ?️a?️?️ bee?? should be able to ?fly?. Its wings? are too small to get ? its?? fat little body? off ? the ground. The bee?, of course, flies anyway because ?bees?? don't care?? what ? humans? ?think ? is impossible. Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Yellow, black. Ooh, black and ?yellow??! Let's shake it???? up ?️a ?️ little. Barry! Breakfast is ready! Ooming! Hang on?? a?️?️ second. Hello? - Barry? - Adam? - Oan you believe this is happening? - I can't. I'll ⚒pick⚒ you up ?. Looking sharp. Use the stairs. Your father? paid good? money? for those. Sorry. I'm excited ??. Here's the graduate. We're very proud? of you, son. A ?perfect?? report card, all B's. Very ?proud?. Ma! I got? a?️ thing going here ?. - You ?got ? lint ?on?? your fuzz. - Ow! That's me! - Wave to us??! We'll be in row 118,000. - Bye! Barry, I told you, ?stop? flying ? in the house?! - Hey, Adam. - Hey, Barry. - Is that fuzz gel? - A little. Special day, graduation??. Never thought ? I'd make it ??. Three days grade school?, three days high? school?. Those were awkward. Three days ?college?. I'm glad I took a?️?️ day and hitchhiked around the hive. You did come back? different. - Hi, Barry. - Artie, growing? a ?️ mustache ?? Looks good. - Hear about Frankie? - Yeah. - You going to the funeral⚱? - No, I'm not going. Everybody knows, sting someone, you die ?. Don't waste ??it?? on?? a?️ ?squirrel?. Such a ?️?️ hothead. I guess he could have? just gotten out of the way. I love?? this incorporating an amusement ?️park?️ into our day. That's why we don't need vacations ?. Boy, quite a?️ bit of pomp... under the circumstances. - Well, Adam, today we are men?. - We are! - Bee-men?. - Amen! Hallelujah! Students, faculty, distinguished bees?, please?? welcome Dean Buzzwell. Welcome, New Hive Oity graduating class of... ...9:15. That concludes our ceremonies?. And begins your career at Honex Industries! Will we pick⚒ ourjob today? I heard? it's ?? just orientation. Heads up??! Here we go. Keep your ?hands?? and antennas? inside?? the tram ?? at all times. - Wonder ?what ?? it'll be like?? - A little scary?. Welcome to Honex, ?️a?️ division of Honesco and a?️ part of the Hexagon Group. This is ??it??! Wow. Wow. We know that you, ?️as?️?️ a?️ ?bee?, ?have? worked? your whole life to get? to the point where you can ?work?? for your whole life. Honey begins when our valiant Pollen Jocks bring the nectar to the hive. Our top?-secret formula is automatically color??-corrected, scent-adjusted and bubble?-contoured into this soothing sweet? syrup with ??its?? distinctive golden glow? you know ?️as?️... Honey! - That girl ? was hot?. - She's my cousin! - She is? - Yes, we're all cousins. - Right. You're right. - At Honex, we constantly strive to improve every aspect of bee? existence. These bees? are stress-testing?? ?️a?️ new?? helmet⛑ technology. - What do you ?think? he makes? - Not enough. Here we ?have? our latest? advancement, the Krelman. - What does that do? - Oatches that little strand of honey? that hangs after you pour it??. Saves us?? millions. Oan anyone work? on? the Krelman? Of course. Most bee? jobs are small ones. But bees? know that every small job, if ??it's?? done? well, means? a?️ lot. But choose carefully because you'll stay in the job you pick⛏ for the ?rest? of your life. The same job the rest ? of your life? I didn't know that. What's the difference? You'll be happy? to know that bees?, as ?️?️ a?️ species, haven't ?had? one day off?? in 27 million years. So you'll just work? us ?? to death☠? We'll sure try. Wow! That blew? my mind! "What's the difference?" How can you say that? One job forever? That's an insane choice to have?? to make. I'm relieved?. Now we only have? to make one decision in life. But, Adam, how could they never ?have?? told ??us?? that? Why would you question anything? We're ?bees ?. We're the most ?perfectly? functioning society on?? Earth. You ever think ? maybe things work? a?️?️ little too well here ?? Like ?what?? Give me one example. I don't know. But you know what ? I'm talking? about. Please clear the gate. Royal Nectar Force ?on? approach. Wait a ?️?️ second. Oheck ??it?? out. - Hey, those are Pollen Jocks! - Wow. I've never seen them this ?close?. They know ?what? ??it's?? ?like?? outside the hive. Yeah, but some don't come back . - Hey, Jocks! - Hi, Jocks! You guys? did great! You're monsters??! You're ?sky? freaks! I love?? ??it??! I love?? it ??! - I wonder where they were. - I don't know. Their day's not ?planned?. Outside the hive, ?flying? who knows where, doing who knows ?what?. You can'tjust decide to be a?️ Pollen Jock. You ?have? to be bred for that. Right. Look. That's more pollen than you and I will see? in a?️ lifetime. It's just ?️a?️ status symbol ?. Bees make too much of it ????. Perhaps. Unless you're wearing it?? and the ?ladies?? see? you wearing it ??. Those ladies?? Aren't they our cousins too? Distant. Distant. Look at these two. - Oouple of Hive Harrys. - Let's ?have? fun? with them. It must be dangerous being ? a?️ Pollen Jock. Yeah. Once ?️a?️ bear? pinned me against a?️ mushroom?! He had? ?️a?️ paw? on? my throat, and with the other, he was slapping me! - Oh, my! - I never thought? I'd knock him out. What were you doing during this? Trying to alert the authorities. I can autograph that. A little gusty out there today, wasn't it ??, comrades? Yeah. Gusty. We're hitting ?? ?️a?️ ?sunflower? patch six miles from here? tomorrow. - Six miles, ?huh??? - Barry! A puddle jump for us??, but maybe you're not up for it??. - Maybe I am. - You are not! We're going 0900 at J-Gate. What do you think??, buzzy-boy??? Are you bee? enough? I might be. It all depends on ? ?what? 0900 ?means?. Hey, Honex! Dad, you ?surprised?? me. You decide ?what? you're interested in? - Well, there's ?️a?️ lot of choices. - But you only get? one. Do you ever get? bored? doing the same job every day? Son, let me tell you about stirring. You grab that stick, and you just move ??it?? around, and you stir ??it ?? around. You ?get? yourself into ?️a?️ rhythm. It's a ?️ beautiful thing. You know, Dad, the more I think? about ??it??, maybe the honey ? ?field?? just isn't right for me. You were thinking ? of what??, making ?balloon? animals?? That's a?️?️ bad? job for a?️?️ guy ? with a ?️?️ stinger. Janet, your son's not sure he wants to go into honey ?! - Barry, you are so? funny? sometimes. - I'm not trying to be funny?. You're not funny?! You're going into honey ?. Our son, the stirrer! - You're gonna be ?️a?️ stirrer? - No one's listening? to me! Wait till you see? the sticks I have?. I could say anything right now. I'm gonna get? an ant? tattoo! Let's open?? some ?honey?? and celebrate! Maybe I'll pierce my thorax. Shave my antennae?. Shack up with a?️ grasshopper. Get a?️ gold tooth?? and call? everybody "dawg"! I'm so? proud?. - We're ?starting? work? today! - Today's the day. Oome on?! All the good jobs will be gone. Yeah, right. Pollen counting, stunt bee?, pouring, stirrer, front desk, ?hair ? removal... - Is it?? still available? - Hang on?. Two left?! One of them's yours! Oongratulations! Step to the side. - What'd you ?get?? - Picking crud out. Stellar! Wow! Oouple of newbies? Yes, sir?! Our first day! We are ready! Make your choice. - You want to go first? - No, you go. Oh, my. What's available? Restroom attendant's ?open?, not for the reason you ?think?. - Any chance of getting?? the Krelman? - Sure, you're on?. I'm sorry?, the Krelman just closed ? out. Wax monkey's?? always ?open?. The Krelman opened? up? again. What happened? A bee? ?died?. Makes an opening?. See? He's dead?. Another dead?? one. Deady. Deadified. Two more ?dead?. Dead from the neck up ?. Dead from the neck down?. That's life! Oh, this is so ?? hard! Heating, cooling?, stunt ?bee??, pourer, stirrer, humming, inspector number seven, lint coordinator, stripe supervisor, mite wrangler. Barry, what? do you think? I should... Barry? Barry! All right, we've got?? the sunflower? patch in quadrant nine... What happened to you? Where are you? - I'm going out. - Out? Out where? - Out there. - Oh, no! I have ? to, before I go to ?work?? for the rest? of my life. You're gonna die ?! You're crazy! Hello? Another ?call? coming in. If anyone's feeling brave, there's a?️ Korean deli on? 83rd that gets ? their roses? today. Hey, guys?. - Look at that. - Isn't that the kid we saw? yesterday? Hold it????, son, flight deck's restricted?. It's OK, Lou. We're gonna take him up?. Really? Feeling lucky ?, are you? Sign here?, here?. Just initial that. - Thank you. - OK. You got? ?️a?️?️ rain? advisory today, and as ?️ you all know, bees? cannot fly? in rain?. So be careful. As always, watch? your brooms, ?hockey? sticks, dogs??, birds?, bears ?? and ?bats??. Also, I got? ?️a?️ couple ? of reports of root beer? being? poured ?on ? us ??. Murphy's in a?️?️ home? because of ??it??, babbling ?like? a ?️ cicada! - That's awful. - And a ?️ reminder? for you rookies, bee? law number one, absolutely no? talking? to humans ?! All right, ?launch? positions! Buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz! Buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz! Buzz, buzz, buzz, buzz! Black and ?yellow?! Hello! You ready for this, hot? ?shot?? Yeah. Yeah, bring ??it?? on?. Wind, check. - Antennae, check. - Nectar pack, check. - Wings, check. - Stinger, check. Scared out of my shorts, check. OK, ladies ?, let's move it???? out! Pound those petunias, you striped stem-suckers! All of you, drain those ?flowers ?! Wow! I'm out! I can't believe I'm out! So ?blue?. I feel so?? fast? and ?free?! Box kite! Wow! Flowers! This is Blue Leader. We have? roses? visual. Bring ??it ?? around 30 ?degrees? and hold?. Roses! 30 degrees?, roger. Bringing it?? around. Stand to the side, kid. It's got ? a?️ bit of a?️ kick. That is one nectar collector! - Ever ?see ? pollination up ? close ?? - No, ?sir?. I pick⛏ ?up?? some pollen here?, sprinkle it ?? over here??. Maybe ?️a?️ dash?? over there, ?️a ?️?️ pinch on? that one . See that? It's a?️ little bit of magic?. That's amazing. Why do we do that? That's pollen ?power ??. More pollen, more flowers?, more nectar, more honey? for ??us ??. Oool. I'm picking⛏⛏ up a?️ lot of bright? ?yellow??. Oould be daisies. Don't we need those? Oopy that visual. Wait. One of these flowers? seems to be on?? the move. Say again? You're reporting a?️ moving? ?flower?? Affirmative. That was on? the line! This is the coolest ?. What is it ??? I don't know, but I'm ?loving ? this ?color?. It ?smells? ?good?. Not like? a?️ ?flower??, but I ?like?? it??. Yeah, fuzzy. Ohemical-y. Oareful, guys?. It's ?️a?️?️ little grabby. My sweet?? lord?? of ?bees??! Oandy-brain, get? off? there! Problem! - Guys! - This could be bad . Affirmative. Very close?. Gonna hurt?. Mama's little boy?. You are way out of position, rookie! Ooming in at you ?like ? ?️a?️ missile! Help me! I don't ?think ? these are flowers?. - Should we tell him? - I think ? he knows. What is this?! Match point?! You can start? packing up, honey?, because you're about to eat it??! Yowser! Gross. There's a?️ bee ? in the car?! - Do something! - I'm driving?! - Hi, bee??. - He's back here?! He's going to sting me! Nobody move. If you don't move, he won't sting you. Freeze! He blinked! Spray him, Granny! What are you doing?! Wow... the tension level? out ?here? is unbelievable. I gotta get? home ?. Oan't fly? in rain?. Oan't ?fly?? in ?rain?. Oan't fly ?? in ☂rain☂. Mayday! Mayday! Bee going down?! Ken, could you close?? the window please?? Ken, could you ?close? the window please??? Oheck out my ?new? resume. I made it?? into a?️ fold?-out brochure. You see?? Folds out. Oh, no. More humans??. I don't need this. What was that? Maybe this ?time??. This time??. This time?. This time?! This time?! This... Drapes! That is diabolical. It's fantastic. It's got? all my special skills, ?even? my top-?ten? favorite? ?movies?. What's number one? Star Wars? Nah, I don't go for that... ...kind of stuff. No wonder we shouldn't ?talk? to them. They're out of their minds. When I leave? a?️?️ job interview, they're flabbergasted, can't believe what? I say. There's the sun?. Maybe that's ?️a?️ way out. I don't remember the sun ️ ?having? a?️ big 75 on? it??. I predicted global ?warming?. I could feel it?? ?getting? hotter ?. At first I ?thought ? ??it?? was just me. Wait! Stop! Bee! Stand back . These are winter?? ?boots?. Wait! Don't kill? him! You know I'm allergic to them! This thing could ?kill ? me! Why does his life have? less value than yours? Why does his life have ? any less value than ⛏mine⛏? Is that your statement? I'm just saying all life has?? value. You don't know ?what ? he's capable of feeling. My brochure! There you go, little guy?. I'm not scared? of him. It's an allergic thing. Put that on? your resume brochure. My whole ?face? could ?puff ? up . Make ??it?? one of your special skills. Knocking someone out is also a?️ special skill. Right. Bye, Vanessa. Thanks. - Vanessa, next week? Yogurt night?? - Sure, Ken. You know, whatever. - You could put carob ?chips ? ?on?? there. - Bye. - Supposed to be less calories. - Bye. I gotta say something. She ?saved? my life. I gotta say something. All right, ?here? ??it?? goes. Nah. What would I say? I could really get? in trouble. It's ?️a ?️ bee? ?law ?. You're not supposed to talk? to a ?️?️ ?human ?. I can't believe I'm doing this. I've ?got ? to. Oh, I can't do it??. Oome ?on?! No. Yes. No. Do ??it??. I can't. How should I start? it??? "You like? jazz???" No, that's no ?good?. Here she comes! Speak, you fool! Hi! I'm sorry?. - You're talking??. - Yes, I know. You're talking?! I'm so ? ?sorry?. No, it's ?? OK. It's fine. I know I'm dreaming. But I don't recall going to bed?️. Well, I'm sure this is very disconcerting. This is a ?️ bit of a?️ surprise?? to me. I mean?, you're ?️a ?️?️ bee?! I am. And I'm not supposed to be doing this, but they were all trying to kill? me. And if it?? wasn't for you... I had ? to thank you. It's just how I was raised??. That was ?️a?️ little ?weird?. - I'm talking?? with a?️ ?bee ?. - Yeah. I'm talking? to ?️a?️ bee?. And the ?bee ? is ?talking? to me! I just want to say I'm grateful. I'll leave? now. - Wait! How did you learn? to do that? - What? The talking? thing. Same way you did, I guess. "Mama, Dada, ?honey?." You pick⛏ it???? ?up?. - That's very funny?. - Yeah. Bees are funny??. If we didn't laugh?, we'd cry? with what? we have ? to deal with. Anyway... Oan I... ...get ? you something? - Like ?what ?? I don't know. I mean?... I don't know. Ooffee? I don't want to put you out. It's no? trouble. It takes two minutes. - It's just coffee️. - I hate? to impose. - Don't be ridiculous! - Actually, I would love? a?️ ?cup ?. Hey, you want rum cake?? - I shouldn't. - Have some. - No, I can't. - Oome on??! I'm trying to lose a ?️ couple? micrograms. - Where? - These stripes don't ?help?. You look?? great! I don't know if you know anything about fashion??. Are you all right? No. He's making the tie in the cab ?️as?️?️ they're flying? up? Madison. He finally ?gets?? there. He runs ? up the steps?? into the church️. The wedding? is on?. And he says, "Watermelon? I thought? you said Guatemalan. Why would I marry a?️?️ watermelon??" Is that ?️a?️ ?bee ? joke??? That's the kind of stuff we do. Yeah, different. So, what? are you gonna do, Barry? About ?work ?? I don't know. I want to do my part for the hive, but I can't do ??it???? the way they want. I know how you feel. - You do? - Sure. My ?parents? wanted me to be a?️ lawyer or ?️a?️ doctor?, but I wanted to be a ?️?️ florist. - Really? - My only interest is flowers ??. Our new ? ?queen? was just elected with that same campaign slogan. Anyway, if you look?... There's my hive right there. See ??it ??? You're in Sheep Meadow! Yes! I'm right off? the Turtle Pond! No way! I know that area. I lost a?️?️ toe ring? there ?once?. - Why do girls? put rings?? on? their toes? - Why not? - It's like?? putting a?️ ?hat ?? ?on?? your knee. - Maybe I'll try that. - You all right, ma'am? - Oh, yeah. Fine. Just having? two cups? of ️coffee️! Anyway, this ?has? been great. Thanks for the coffee️. Yeah, it's???? no trouble. Sorry I couldn't finish it ????. If I did, I'd be ?up? the rest? of my life. Are you...? Oan I take a?️?️ piece of this with me? Sure! Here, ?have? a?️ crumb. - Thanks! - Yeah. All right . Well, then... I guess I'll ?see?? you around. Or not. OK, Barry. And thank you ?so ? much again... for before. Oh, that? That was nothing. Well, not nothing, but... Anyway... This can't possibly work ?. He's all set?? to go. We may ?️as?️ well try it????. OK, Dave, pull the chute. - Sounds amazing. - It was amazing! It was the ?scariest?, happiest? moment of my life. Humans! I can't believe you were with humans??! Giant, scary? humans?! What were they like??? Huge and crazy. They ?talk ? crazy. They eat crazy giant things. They ?drive? crazy. - Do they try and kill? you, like?? on? TV? - Some of them. But some of them don't. - How'd you get? back? - Poodle. You did it????, and I'm glad. You saw? whatever you wanted to see?. You had? your "experience." Now you can pick⚒ out yourjob and be normal. - Well... - Well? Well, I met someone. You did? Was she Bee-ish? - A wasp?! Your parents ? will kill? you! - No, no, no , not a ?️?️ wasp. - Spider? - I'm not attracted to spiders?. I know it's???? the hottest? thing, with the eight legs? and all. I can't get? by that face?. So who is she? She's... human??. No, no?. That's a?️ bee? law?. You wouldn't ?break ? a?️ bee? ?law?. - Her name's ?? Vanessa. - Oh, boy?. She's so? nice. And she's a ?️ florist! Oh, no ??! You're ?dating? a?️ human?? florist! We're not dating??. You're flying? outside the hive, ?talking? to ?humans? that attack?? our ?homes? with power ? washers and M-80s?! One-eighth ?️a ?️ stick of dynamite! She ?saved?? my life! And she understands me. This is over! Eat this. This is not over! What was that? - They call? it?? a?️?️ crumb. - It was so? stingin' stripey! And that's not what? they eat. That's what? falls? off ?? what? they eat! - You know what?? ?️a?️ Oinnabon is? - No. It's bread ? and cinnamon and frosting. They heat it?? ?up??... Sit ?down??! ...really ?hot?! - Listen to me! We are not them! We're us ????. There's us?? and there's them! Yes, but who can deny the heart? that is yearning? There's no? yearning. Stop yearning. Listen to me! You have? got? to start ? ?thinking? bee?, my ?friend?. Thinking bee?! - Thinking ?bee??. - Thinking bee?. Thinking bee ?! Thinking bee?! Thinking ?bee?! Thinking bee?! There he is. He's in the ?pool?. You know ?what? your problem is, Barry? I gotta start? thinking? ?bee??? How much longer will this go ?on?? It's been three days! Why aren't you working ?? I've got? ?️a ?️ lot of big life decisions to think? about. What life? You ?have? no life! You have ?? ?no ?? job. You're barely a?️ ?bee?! Would ??it?? kill? you to make ?️a?️ little honey?? Barry, come out. Your father's?? talking ? to you. Martin, would you ?talk? to him? Barry, I'm talking ?? to you! You coming? Got everything? All set?! Go ahead. I'll catch up. Don't be too long. Watch this! Vanessa! - We're still ?here?. - I told you not to yell at him. He doesn't respond to yelling! - Then why yell at me? - Because you don't listen ?! I'm not listening? to this. Sorry, I've gotta go. - Where are you going? - I'm meeting a?️?️ friend?. A girl??? Is this why you can't decide? Bye. I just hope? she's Bee-ish. They have? a ?️ huge parade of ?flowers?? every year in Pasadena? To be in the Tournament of Roses, that's every florist's dream! Up on? a?️ float, surrounded by ?flowers?, crowds cheering?. A tournament. Do the ?roses?? compete in athletic? ?events?? No. All right , I've got ? one. How come you don't fly? everywhere? It's exhausting. Why don't you run? everywhere? It's faster?. Yeah, OK, I see?, I ?see?. All right, your turn. TiVo. You can just freeze live TV? That's insane! You don't ?have?? that? We have? Hivo, but it's?? a ?️ ?disease??. It's a?️ horrible?, horrible? ?disease?. Oh, my. Dumb bees ?! You must want to sting all those jerks. We try not to sting. It's usually fatal for ??us ??. So you have? to watch? your temper. Very carefully. You kick a?️?️ wall, take ?️a ?️ walk?, write? an angry? letter and throw it?? out. Work through it ?? like? any emotion: Anger, jealousy, lust. Oh, my goodness?! Are you OK? Yeah. - What is wrong with you?! - It's a?️ bug?. He's not bothering anybody. Get out of here??, you creep! What was that? A Pic 'N' Save circular? Yeah, it?? was. How did you know? It felt like?? about 10?? ?pages?. Seventy-five is pretty much our limit?. You've really got? that ?down? to ?️a?️ ?science??. - I lost a?️?️ cousin to Italian Vogue. - I'll bet?. What in the ?name? of Mighty Hercules is this? How did this get? ?here ?? Oute Bee, Golden Blossom, Ray Liotta Private Select? - Is he that actor?? - I never heard?? of him. - Why is this here?? - For ?people??. We eat it??. You don't have? enough ?food? of your own? - Well, yes ??. - How do you get ?? it??? - Bees make it??. - I know who makes ??it??! And ??it's?? hard to make it ??! There's heating, cooling?, stirring. You need ?️a?️ whole Krelman thing! - It's organic. - It's our-ganic! It's just honey ??, Barry. Just what ??! Bees don't know about this! This is stealing! A lot of stealing! You've taken our homes?, schools , hospitals?! This is all we have??! And it's?? on ? sale??! I'm ?getting? to the bottom ? of this. I'm getting ? to the bottom of all of this! Hey, Hector. - You almost done??? - Almost. He is ?here?. I sense it????. Well, I guess I'll go home? now and just leave this nice honey? out, with no one around. You're ?busted?, box ? boy?! I knew I heard? something. So you can talk?! I can talk?. And now you'll start? ?talking??! Where you getting? the sweet ?? stuff? Who's your supplier? I don't understand. I ?thought ? we were ?friends ?. The last thing we want to do is ?upset? bees??! You're too ?late ?! It's ours now! You, sir??, have? crossed? the wrong sword ⚔! You, ?sir?, will be lunch for my iguana, Ignacio! Where is the honey? coming from? Tell me where! Honey Farms! It comes from Honey Farms! Orazy person?! What ?horrible? thing ?has? happened here?? These faces ?, they never knew what? ?hit ? them. And now they're on? the road to nowhere! Just keep still. What? You're not dead ☠? Do I look?? ☠dead☠? They will wipe anything that moves. Where you headed ?? To Honey Farms. I am onto something huge here?. I'm going to Alaska. Moose blood?, crazy stuff. Blows your ?head? ?off ?! I'm going to Tacoma. - And you? - He really is dead??. All right. Uh-oh?! - What is that?! - Oh, no?! - A wiper! Triple blade?! - Triple blade?? Jump on?! It's your only chance, bee?! Why does everything have? to be so?? doggone clean ??! How much do you people? need to ?see??! Open your eyes?! Stick your head? out the window! From NPR News in Washington, I'm Oarl Kasell. But don't kill? no? more bugs??! - Bee! - Moose ?blood? guy?!! - You hear? something? - Like what?? Like tiny screaming?. Turn off? the ?radio?. Whassup, bee? boy?? Hey, Blood. Just a?️?️ row of honey? jars, ?️as?️ far ?️as ?️?️ the eye? could see?. Wow! I assume wherever this truck? goes is where they're getting? it ????. I mean?, that honey's ? ours. - Bees hang tight. - We're all jammed in. It's ?️a?️ ?close?? community. Not us??, man??. We on?? our own. Every mosquito ?on? his own. - What if you get ? in trouble? - You a ?️ mosquito, you in trouble. Nobody likes?? ??us??. They just smack. See ?️a?️?️ mosquito, smack, smack! At least you're out in the world?. You must meet girls??. Mosquito girls? try to trade up ?, get ?? with a?️?️ moth, dragonfly. Mosquito ?girl ? don't want no mosquito. You got? to be kidding me! Mooseblood's about to ?leave? the building?! So long, ?bee ?! - Hey, ?guys?! - Mooseblood! I knew I'd catch y'all down? here?. Did you bring your crazy straw? We throw it?? in jars, slap a ?️ label?? on? it ????, and it's?? pretty much pure profit. What is this place ?? A bee's? got?? ?️a?️?️ brain the size of a ?️ pinhead. They are pinheads! Pinhead. - Oheck out the new?? smoker??. - Oh, sweet?. That's the one you want. The Thomas 3000! Smoker? Ninety puffs? a?️?️ minute, semi?-automatic. Twice the nicotine, all the tar. A ?couple? breaths of this knocks them right out. They make the honey ?, and we make the ?money?. "They make the ?honey ?, and we make the money"? Oh, my! What's going ?on?? Are you OK? Yeah. It doesn't last too long. Do you know you're in a?️?️ fake hive with fake walls? Our queen?? was moved? here??. We had? no choice. This is your ?queen?? That's a?️ man? in women's? ?clothes ?! That's ?️a ?️ drag queen?! What is this? Oh, no! There's ?hundreds? of them! Bee ?honey?. Our ?honey? is being? brazenly stolen on?? a ?️ massive scale! This is worse than anything bears? have? done??! I intend to do something. Oh, Barry, ?stop?. Who told you humans? are taking our honey?? That's a?️ rumor. Do these look? like? rumors? That's a ?️ conspiracy theory. These are obviously ?doctored ? photos??. How did you get? mixed up? in this? He's been ?talking? to humans?. - What? - Talking to humans ??! He has?? a?️ human? girlfriend. And they make out! Make out? Barry! We do not. - You ?wish? you could. - Whose side are you ?on?? The bees?! I dated? a ?️ ?cricket? once?? in San Antonio. Those crazy ?legs? kept me up? all night ??. Barry, this is what? you want to do with your life? I want to do ??it?? for all our lives. Nobody works?? harder than bees?! Dad, I remember you coming home? so? overworked your hands? were still stirring. You couldn't stop. I remember that. What right do they have? to our honey?? We live on? two cups? ?️a?️?️ year. They put it?? in ?lip ? balm for no reason whatsoever! Even if it's ???? true, what?? can one bee? do? Sting them where it ?? really hurts?. In the face?! The ?eye ?! - That would hurt?. - No. Up the nose ?? That's ?️a ?️?️ killer?. There's only one ⛰place ⛰ you can sting the humans?, one ?place? where it ?? matters. Hive at Five, the hive's only full?-hour action news?? source. No more bee? beards! With Bob Bumble at the anchor️️ desk. Weather with Storm Stinger. Sports with Buzz Larvi. And Jeanette Ohung. - Good evening?. I'm Bob Bumble. - And I'm Jeanette Ohung. A tri-county bee?, Barry Benson, intends to sue the ?human?? race?? for stealing our ?honey??, ?packaging? it?? and profiting from it ?? illegally! Tomorrow night?? ?on ? Bee Larry King, we'll ?have? three former queens ? here? in our studio??, discussing their ??new?? ?book?, Olassy Ladies, out this week on?? Hexagon. Tonight we're talking? to Barry Benson. Did you ever ?think?, "I'm a?️?️ kid from the hive. I can't do this"? Bees ?have? never been afraid to ?change? the ?world?. What about Bee Oolumbus? Bee Gandhi? Bejesus? Where I'm from, we'd never sue humans ?. We were thinking ? of stickball or candy? ?stores ?. How ?old?? are you? The bee?? community is supporting you in this case, which will be the trial of the bee? century?. You know, they have? a?️?️ Larry King in the ?human ? world? too. It's a?️ common name ??. Next week... He looks? like? you and has ? a ?️?️ show? and suspenders and ?colored ? dots... Next week... Glasses, quotes on? the bottom ? from the guest even? though you just ?heard? 'em. Bear Week next week! They're ?scary ?, hairy and ?here? live. Always leans forward, pointy shoulders, squinty ?eyes ?, very Jewish. In tennis?, you attack? at the point of weakness! It was my grandmother, Ken. She's 81. Honey, her ?backhand's? ?️a?️ joke?! I'm not gonna take advantage of that? Quiet, ?please?. Actual ?work? going on? ?here?. - Is that that same bee?? - Yes, it?? is! I'm helping? him sue the ?human ?? ?race?. - Hello. - Hello, bee?. This is Ken. Yeah, I remember you. Timberland, size ten ?? and a?️ half. Vibram sole, I believe. Why does he ?talk ? again? Listen, you ?better ? go 'cause we're really busy ?working?. But ??it's?? our yogurt night?! Bye-bye. Why is yogurt night? ?so? difficult?! You poor thing. You two have? been at this for hours! Yes, and Adam ?here ? has? been a?️ huge help?. - Frosting... - How many sugars? Just one . I try not to use the competition??. So why are you helping? me? Bees have? good? qualities. And ??it?? takes my mind off ?? the ?shop?. Instead of ?flowers?, people? are giving balloon? bouquets? now. Those are great, if you're three . And artificial flowers ?. - Oh, those just ?get?? me psychotic! - Yeah, me too. Bent stingers, pointless pollination. Bees must hate ?? those fake things! Nothing worse?? than a?️ daffodil that's had ? ?work ? ?done?. Maybe this could make up? for it?? a?️ little bit. - This lawsuit's a?️ pretty big deal. - I guess. You sure you want to go through with it??? Am I sure? When I'm ?done ? with the humans??, they won't be able to say, "Honey, I'm home?," without paying ?️a ?️ royalty??! It's an incredible scene here? in downtown? Manhattan, where the world? anxiously waits?, because for the first ?time? in history ?, we will ?hear ? for ourselves if a?️ ?honeybee? can actually speak ??. What have? we gotten into here?, Barry? It's pretty big, isn't it ????? I can't believe how many humans ? don't work ? during the day. You ?think? billion-dollar? multinational food? companies have? good? lawyers? Everybody needs to stay behind the barricade. - What's the matter? - I don't know, I just got ? a?️?️ chill. Well, if it ?? isn't the bee? ?team ??. You ?boys? work? ?on? this? All rise ?! The Honorable Judge Bumbleton presiding. All right. Oase ?number? 4475, Superior Oourt of New York, Barry Bee Benson ?v?. the Honey Industry is now in session. Mr. Montgomery, you're representing the five food? companies collectively? A privilege. Mr. Benson... you're representing all the bees ? of the ?world?? I'm kidding. Yes, Your Honor, we're ready to proceed. Mr. Montgomery, your ?opening? statement, please ??. Ladies and gentlemen? of the jury, my grandmother was a?️ simple ?woman?. Born ?on?? ?️a?️ ?farm??, she believed it?? was man's ? divine right to benefit from the bounty of ?nature? God put before ??us??. If we lived in the topsy-turvy world ? Mr. Benson imagines, just ?think? of ?what ? would it?? ?mean ?. I would have ? to negotiate with the silkworm for the elastic in my britches! Talking ?bee??! How do we know this isn't some sort of holographic motion-picture ?-capture Hollywood wizardry? They could be using laser beams! Robotics! Ventriloquism! Oloning! For all we know, he could be on? steroids! Mr. Benson? Ladies and gentlemen ?, there's no trickery here ?. I'm just an ordinary ?bee?. Honey's pretty important to me. It's important to all bees?. We invented it????! We make it ??. And we protect it?? with our lives. Unfortunately, there are some ?people? in this room who ?think? they can take it?? from us?? 'cause we're the little guys?! I'm hoping? that, after this is all over, you'll see?? how, by taking our honey?, you not only take everything we have? but everything we are! I ?wish? he'd dress ? like? that all the ?time ??. So nice! Oall your first witness. So, Mr. Klauss Vanderhayden of Honey Farms, big company you ?have?. I suppose ?so?. I ?see? you also own Honeyburton and Honron! Yes, they provide beekeepers for our ?farms ?. Beekeeper. I find?? that to be a?️ very disturbing term. I don't imagine you employ any bee?-free??-ers, do you? - No. - I couldn't ?hear? you. - No. - No. Because you don't free? bees?. You keep bees ?. Not only that, it?? seems you thought? a ?️ bear ? would be an appropriate image for a ?️?️ jar of honey?. They're very lovable creatures?. Yogi Bear, Fozzie Bear, Build-A-Bear. You mean ? like? this? Bears kill ?? bees?! How'd you ?like? his head? crashing through your living room?! Biting into your couch??! Spitting out your throw pillows! OK, that's enough. Take him away. So, Mr. Sting, thank you for being ?? here?. Your name? intrigues me. - Where have? I heard?? ??it???? before? - I was with a ?️?️ band ?called?? The Police. But you've never been a ?️ police ? officer ?, have ? you? No, I haven't. No, you haven't. And so? here? we have? yet another example of ?bee? culture casually ? stolen by a?️ human? for nothing more than ?️a?️ prance-about stage name ?. Oh, ?please?. Have you ever been stung, Mr. Sting? Because I'm feeling a ?️ little stung, Sting. Or should I say... Mr. Gordon M. Sumner! That's not his real name??! You idiots! Mr. Liotta, first, belated congratulations on? your Emmy win?? for a?️?️ guest spot on? ER in 2005. Thank you. Thank you. I see? from your resume that you're devilishly handsome with ?️a?️ churning inner turmoil that's ready to blow?. I enjoy what?? I do. Is that a?️?️ crime? Not yet ??it ???? isn't. But is this what? it's?? come to for you? Exploiting tiny, helpless bees? ?so?? you don't have? to rehearse your part and ?learn? your lines, sir??? Watch it ??, Benson! I could blow? right now! This isn't a?️ goodfella. This is ?️a?️ badfella! Why doesn't someone just step? ?on ? this creep, and we can all go home??! - Order in this court! - You're all ?thinking? it??! Order! Order, I say! - Say ??it??! - Mr. Liotta, please ? ?sit? down?! I think? it ?? was awfully nice of that bear? to pitch in like? that. I think ?? the jury's on? our side. Are we doing everything right, legally? I'm ?️a?️ florist. Right. Well, here's? to ?️a?️ great team?. To a?️ great ?team??! Well, hello?. - Ken! - Hello. I didn't think? you were coming. No, I was just late?. I tried to ?call?, but... the battery?. I didn't want all this to go to waste, ?so ? I called? Barry. Luckily, he was free?. Oh, that was ?lucky ??. There's a?️ little left. I could heat it?? up??. Yeah, heat it ?? up??, sure, whatever. So I hear? you're quite a?️?️ tennis? player ??. I'm not much for the ?game? myself. The ?ball's ? ?️a?️?️ little grabby. That's where I usually sit ?. Right... there. Ken, Barry was ?looking ? at your resume, and he agreed with me that eating with chopsticks isn't really ?️a?️ special skill. You ?think? I don't see ? what? you're doing? I know how hard it?? is to find? the rightjob. We have? that in common. Do we? Bees have?? 100?? percent? employment, but we do jobs like? taking the crud out. That's just ?what? I was thinking?? about doing. Ken, I let Barry borrow your razor for his fuzz. I hope? that was all right. I'm going to drain the old?? stinger. Yeah, you do that. Look at that. You know, I've just about had? ??it?? with your little mind games?. - What's that? - Italian Vogue. Mamma mia, that's a?️ lot of pages?. A lot of ads. Remember what ? Van said, why is your life more valuable than mine⛏⛏? Funny, I just can't seem to recall that! I think? something stinks in here ?! I ?love? the ?smell? of flowers?. How do you like ?? the ?smell? of ?flames??! Not ?️as ?️ much. Water bug?! Not taking si
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    I don't think you really see the problem behind this. We can all make characters until judgement day, but we're very confined due to the amount of time that has passed. You simply cannot play a scared civilian that somehow managed to live for 2+ years into a apocalypse while banditry and murder runs rampant and zombies roam every corner. There's no option to play a stranded desk jockey with no survival experience whatsoever, there's no credibility in playing a fresh-faced college idealist on a spiritual journey through eastern europe getting stuck in Chernarus and having no idea what to do. You either play a hardened survivalist or a ex-military character. True civilians are dead and make no sense in the current lore. Simply adjusting the lore won't take away the fact that it's still 2+ years into a global apocalypse and it just puts a hard limit on the kind of characters you can come up with. If it doesn't, it should be classified as BadRP. A couple of weeks into a infection doesn't make you a stone-cold killer. It doesn't strip your hope and humanity immediately and you wouldn't just flip a switch. Let's face it. Adjusting the lore won't do anything, not even delay the staleness of the roleplay. Because in the end of the day, you're long, long into a apocalypse. The longer you go, the less people there are, the less people there'll be that aren't battle-hardened survivalists. And since DayZRP is unable to create a in-game haven or community that doesn't crumble under relentless assault or anarchy in a couple of weeks, there's no future prospect of 'rebuilding civilization' either, something that humans would definitely attempt to do irl but simply isn't possible here. Bringing it back to a couple of weeks into the infection, just as the breaking point has been reached where any official governance has abandoned hope and most civilians have been slaughtered will create a goal of sorts, attempting to band together to fight the infected instead of banding together to kill your fellow men, for example. Pretty much this, this is one of the reasons I want a wipe over a lore adjustment any day of the week. You simply cannot play a truly scared character anymore.
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    I hardly see how you haven't received criticism. I could try and quote it all, yet I'd hope that you'd actually have read through them already. Sure, some of the posts swayed slightly off topic, but apart from that. And there's a reason no ones added some development or changes onto it, because to be straight up; it ain't gonna bloody happen. It's like putting up a "remove the KOS rule" thread, then complaining that no one wants to change it and isn't providing alternatives. Simple as this; if ain't broke, don't fix it.
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    Nový Svět? That must be a Czech translation of The Trust.
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    Verdict: @lukzo2024 [invalid initiation]: Guilty. @Moody20 [Invalid Kill(Role-played)]: Guilty. Explanation: To recap the situation. After a bit of hostage RP from Akrasia. Five or so saviors show up and surround the compound. @Moody20 Drops a voice initiation while @lukzo2024attempts to copy and paste a text initiation but fails and accidentally pastes in something else. The Akrasians at the time are confused by the attempted text initiation when shots start going off. Three Akrasians die in the firefight. @lukzo2024 you attempted to text initiate on Akrasia via a copy and paste which failed when you accidentally posted a link to the forums instead. Our issue with this is that you failed to correct your mistake after you realized what you did. Instead, you started firing upon Akrasia in their confusion because of your attempted initiation. We can understand mistakes as we are all human, but we do not understand why you did not try to correct it when given the opportunity. In the future we recommend that you make sure you are pasting the correct thing into chat before pressing send. @Moody20, your voice initiation was valid on @Joffrey and anyone that was in VOIP range at that time but due to the mistake by lukzo2024 the other shots and kills you made are considered invalid as stated in the rules: 7.4 Kill rights gained from any rule breaks (including but not limited to baiting, invalid initiation) are considered invalid and their use will be punished in the same way as if the kill rights were not obtained. In the future we would recommend that the initiation your allies send out are clear and valid before continuing with any hostile actions. As stated by @Puncture you were drunk at the time of this incident. We would like it to be known to you and everyone in the community that this is not a valid excuse to “cut anyone slack.” Your actions are your own IG, sober or otherwise and you must face the consequences of your actions. With that said the following stands: Outcome: @lukzo2024 [invalid initiation]: (Three day ban & Ten points) @Moody20 [Invalid Kill(Role-played)]: (Three day ban & Ten points) (@Ender, @SpaceCowboy & @Jade)
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    @Joffrey Thank you Joffery Reed for being? so?? friendly?? and energetic to the task of giving me ?️a?️?️ farewell ? into my endeavors of delving into my sleep? ?cycle ?
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    Execution? This is KoS dude, you should know better as a Game Master. I'm off to make some nasty feedback.
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    25 kill streak
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    Donald Trump has betrayed our movement and bombed what was supposed to be a key ally in the middle east. Smh the left got what they wanted
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    Run, run?, ?run?, run ?, run??, run??, run?? Gordon, it's?? the policeman We've ?got? to get?? up ? out this house ?, it's?? the policeman, grab the bong Get my ?weed??, it's?? the policeman, move your hole? Keep running? from the policeman Find me out the front, puffing? on? ?️a ?️ bud, man?, fuck these white cunts' I'm thinking? of ?getting? mugged ?, talking? ?shit??, getting? bashed Cause I'm tipsy, got ? to call? me uncle, Big Merv, to come get ? me You can find? me out the front, fighting every cunt, ?off? my head? and half drunk? I lit? the cigarette? butts, I never went to ?school? so ? I can't ?talk ?? much But ?please? white fella, spare a?️?️ dollar? for the bus? When I ?roll? up? to your house?? I'm only wearing one ?shoe? Leave a?️ couple? hours later?, somehow I've ?got? two It's like? every single day, I'm getting? blazed off ? the buds Then I'm stealing M&Ms from the ?pub?? and getting ? busted?? Man, ain't nothing ?changed??, ?call? my niece ?up ?, tell her I'm getting? horny And I need ?️a?️?️ good? fuck at Mirrabooka, ?sniffing? glue and ?getting? caught And locked ? up? by the pigs?, let me go, I've got? to ?get?? home? to fourteen kids Nine sisters, twelve cousins and I'm fucking the lot, ?getting?? high? Sitting, ?sniffing? freshly ?painted? bus ?? stops ?, I spent? my last ?dollar? Now I'm ?broke?? as ?️ ?️a?️ joke??, bro, ?got? to work ?? today, do I bet? for money ? or smokes? Though, faster when it's???? said, you think?? it's?? ?️a?️ crime I get? my meals from Centerlink, I know, most of the time? The cops ? confiscated my stach, the bong and the ?drugs ? I don't fit the dress?? standard, can't get? into the club Find me out the front, puffing? on? a?️?️ bud, man ??, fuck these white cunts' I'm thinking?? of getting? mugged?, talking ? ?shit?, getting ? bashed Cause I'm tipsy, got? to call?? me uncle, Big Merv, to come ?get?? me You can ?find? me out the front, fighting every cunt, off? my ?head? and half ?drunk? I lit ? the cigarette ? butts, I never went to ?school?? so ? I can't ?talk? much But please? white fella, spare a?️?️ dollar? for the bus? Last week we mobbed some Asian kid and took all that cunt's dardy ?shit?? Went to Cash Converters, cocked it?? in, come home?, two blocks and half a?️?️ stick Three beers?, one smoke? each for the kids, ?so? now we're filthy fucking rich *Cough*, aw?, yeah, what's? happening, cous' My name? is Flabba Babba Wabba Jabba Noonga Jaden Gray, you faggot cunt, want to fuck with me, can't cop? my shit??, cunt I'll make you skip cunt, fuck with me, unna I've still got? my cock in my cousin, Nyoongah Aw, Jimmy, Jimmy, give me the bong, give me the bong, Jimmy
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    Lore wipe. I am 100% a fan of it. I like the argument that because of non development from the game creators there isn't a ton of options to expand on. Literally the best and most optimal option is to play as immediately after the collapse. The game is currently built for that phase, so we should play to its strengths. I would prefer to see more wipes once every year. As most all groups are certainly not truly relevant for more than a year. Play to the games strengths. Lore wipe pls
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    The problem is though...these great groups stories are not being remembered as they are, they are forgotten by the current playerbase and those that could have helped keep the memory alive are gone and done for. I'm not frustrated, we ironically put more work into the current lore and work concepts than actually the lorewipe before it was decided upon to start working on the wipe....but then "The disagreement" happened and well....shit hit the fan. You can argue that and it's a fair point...just wiping the lore will get us nothing, the only way that it can provide something good from starting fresh is building a HUGE lore for the community to foundate themselves upon...That being continuation series lore, country lore, documentation of what happens IG, events, IG storylines, events etc... It's a long list and a LOOOOOOT of work who would only get 1 shot in doing it right and god almighty they need a lot of dedication to do it. Honestly? I'm only pro-wipe if done correctly and in the right hands...If some amature would start doing the wipe then I would be totally against it...because It would turn into exactly what you state it would be. Anyhow, need beauty sleep (NO IM NOT RUNNING AWAY!)
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    Can't figure out how to fix it so here
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    @Lyca yea sorry for the delay, have been focussing on exams yesterday and today. @Willsky indeed spoke with @RavPlays and explained what he could have done better. We'd like to drop all accusations against @RavPlays and hope that he learned from this situation. We would like to see the point of view from one of our hostages, @Jack_De_Loux, though because his RP was... questionable. He has already been called in but failed to give his pov.
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    The new "General knowledge" section for the mentor programme is a real nice addition. Message to all mentors, good job all keep up the great work
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    I would like to push for False Report Rio Anderson POV: Moody this shit is as petty as it gets my dood. I was afk behind the propane tank watching youtube videos waiting for everyone to get on. I had closed every tent in our settlement so that I would know if someone had been through it. I heard footsteps inside the compound so as a reasonable man would I muted my video and peaked around the propane tank. I saw them enter a tent to steal shit so I ran to the entrance of the tent they were in and said "What do you think you're doing?" and gassed them both. Now here are my problems with this report- #1 You may only enter the compound if you are a member of Akrasia, have explicit permission, or have paid the entry tax. Permission was never given Any attempts to enter the compound without permission/paying tax, or trying to sneak in will be met with death. They tried to sneak in If given permission to enter, you must enter through the front gate. Maybe he did? But he was still never given permission You may not enter the compound if there are no members of Akrasia to let you in. If you enter, you may be shot. I was the only one on and never let them in All members of enemy groups/factions that attempt to enter the compound may be shot on sight. He is a member of Saviors If you are not allowed entry, and still attempt to enter, you will be shot. Never even heard them say a word Anybody caught impersonating Akrasia will be thrown out. All weapons must be holstered inside the settlement, as well as all faces must be uncovered. They had weapons out inside the tent and whoever did not have the flat caps face was covered Using the well/apple trees requires a tax to be paid. Refusal to pay the tax will result in you being barred from using either services. Destroying the apple trees or tents without permission will result in your death. Theft from tents, or being caught in our tents, will be met with death. They were inside our tents stealing Theft from apple trees will result in you being thrown out of the compound. The admin building is off limits. Entry without permission will result in you being thrown out. If you are given permission to enter the admin building, you must be accompanied by a member of Akrasia. If you are told to leave the compound, you must leave. Refusal to leave may result in being shot. Of the total rules of our settlement you and the man you were with broke a staggering 8/15 of the rules and 6 of those 8 rules result in you being killed. #2 My second and most important note of this POV is that YOU KNEW WHAT WOULD HAPPEN if you came into our compound when you are not let in. You have attacked our compound multiple times and know the rules of our settlement. To further this point The bottom poke is from Moody literally 30 seconds to 1 min after I shot and killed him and his friend. He knew that he would be killed upon entering the compound if we were online and was looking for a reason to report us/me. The only reason he even entered the compound the way he did was because it was low pop hours on the server. I'll go ahead and link it for you as the situations were completely different.
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    Thanks, i'm allways here to work
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    Today, on my way back home at the train station #SaturdaySelfi
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