and show him how black it is before he dies
The native Americans thought it was a man's soul leaving his body.
@NbladeMasterN, that explains why the most advanced thing they could come up with was a pointy rock tied to a stick
@Anass Rhammer, oh that is savage. And speaking of savages...
@Anass Rhammer, hey! The sticks had feathers on them!
@Anass Rhammer, they were a rich and well developed culture as equal invalid as ours. Despite never inventing the wheel by the time we got there
@Anass Rhammer, yet they developed philosophies and thinking showing wisdom unknown to most westerners at the time, showing they understood riches and wealth differently. Your choice to base judgment over your materialism shows so much.
@NbladeMasterN, Imagine taking a piss and your soul comes out.
@Chapxe, I do that every night. 3/10 would not recommend.
@Factory BOY, in the words of Frankie Boyle, “Gun beats spear”
Ed o Neil had tiny roles in this movie but his lines were awesome, such as: I'd never done a crazy thing in my life before that night. Why is it that if a man kills another man in battle, it's called heroic, yet if he kills a man in the heat of passion, it's called murder?
Used to be the guy on top. Ever since in a serious relationship I’m now Al Bundy
(I know this is Wayne’s world)
Dude they left out the creepiest part of the quote "will rise up from the wound, native Americans believed it was your spirit escaping"
I shot a moose in -25 C once. Double lung shot. Bullet came out the far side. The moose ran a short ways and stopped. In the cold air, steam poured out both sides of her chest like an old locomotive. It was beautiful. I don’t normally like to glorify an animals death, but that picture will stay with me always.