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- it would have
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As DV quite rghtly says, if Dubya or any other lefty hate figure had said something similar it'd've been a rich vein of discussion on 'edgy' BBC political satire shows and equally 'edgy' BBC 'comedy' shows.
"You could've broke a leg and sued the owners, and then it'd've been my ass on the line."
Finally re: the final - wished it'd've gone at least 4 sets, maybe 5, regardless of the outcome.
Lee, who has yet to lose a fight, brought a cheering section from Notre Dame that ... well, they've done some training, somewhere ... their "Un-De-Feated" would be the pride of any football game (not that it'd've been relevant lately).
Had Renjou stayed and the two lived "happily ever after," it'd've defeated the point of Chikura and Renjou's relationship, since Chikura helps Renjou escape from his past life.
(Indeed, upon finishing it on the train this morning, I seriously considered going to Other Realms when I got into Cork, 'cause I had a little over an hour to kill between trains, but since it'd've taken 40 minutes to get to the store and back to the station, it didn't seem quite worth it.
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