I'M READY FOR A KING!!!!!! The King of the Universe!
KING OF THE UNIVERSE! WOOOO! .... Why do I get the late -80's/early -90's wibes from that? Maybe the morning cartoons I saw as a kid, dunno xD
Perhaps it was reminding you of this classic Queen song, which was made for a movie released in 1980? ;D
On an unrelated note, the Flash Gordon movie is a good example of what some have called "ratings creep". When my grandfather took me to see Flash Gordon in a theater in 1980, at the ripe old age of 8, it was rated R. Nowadays, it'd barely qualify for a (in 1980, non-existent) PG-13.
Post by MaybeNever on Mar 17, 2011 12:51:04 GMT -5
The only President I recognize is Jesus Christ
Render unto Caesar...
"Great Britain's two most senior military officers added to the uneasiness. [...] Lord Wolseley, Adjutant General, thought that it might be possible for an enemy to invade without waiters and pastrycooks." -Robert K. Massie, Dreadnought
she fell out of the ugly tree, hit every ugly branch on the way down, hit the ugly ground, bounced down the ugly hill, hitting every ugly rock and tree trunk along the way, rolled into the ugly bank, landed in the ugly river, and then floated all the way down to the ugly ocean.
It's Martial Law, dumbass (the RR poster). There's no such thing as Marshall Law, except in fiction.
Well, the Marshall Court did a lot of Constitutional interpretations that have carried over to the modern day. And Chief Justice Marshall wrote many USSC decisions. So in a way, there is such a thing as "Marshall Law."
The Internet: Where women are men, girls are men, and children are the FBI. --------------------- I'm a piece of work, I'm a love sick boy Cloth cap, caviar, and corduroy All over the map, justa lost in space With a filthy mind and a choirboy's face Heels up, head down, straight on through Watch out woman, I'm a get to you I'm a gladiator with a mind to irk I'm a see you later, I'm a piece of work