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Bill is Dead...

David Carradine, the actor who played one of the central characters on the movie Kill Bill was found dead on his hotel apparently of suicide. So sad... He's the actor who I always see on Kung fu Movies and I was a fan of the TV series, "Kung Fu, the Legend Continues.. "

He was happy to be stereotyped I think (feeling close)... He always played the part of the soft-spoken guy who kicked ass!

Although he has the moves of someone who can kill you with the five palm technique, I loved his chinky eyes :)
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Sometimes, words do possess power. I wonder if the title of the movie set off the karmic chain of events that lead to his demise... Hmm.. what about "Totoy Molah?"

hmmmm...

Amen!

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It's just too good to be true... my theory is that it's a creative writing student's thesis or something...

The writer is good... and he has a good imagination. I posted a comment... hope he won't delete it....

Update: He did delete it! So, it's really too good to be true. (Ba't ko sya inaaway? HAHAHA!) I should really get a life... AMEN!
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