Message from discussion "Last Resort" keeping the negro thug alive for plot
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From: Hunter <buffhun...@my-deja.com> (Hunter)
Subject: Re: "Last Resort" keeping the negro thug alive for plot
Date: Sun, 14 Oct 2012 06:46:17 GMT
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On Fri, 12 Oct 2012 08:16:09 -0500, Lord Vader III
>On 10/12/2012 1:58 AM, Rich wrote:
>> I get it. They can't kill the only plot piece they have on the island,
>> otherwise it deteriorate into a soap opera. But the commander does kind of
>> come off as a Jimmy Carter type...Is he going to cry again sometime soon?
>I haven't watched this week's episode yet but just over the first couple
>of episodes, I didn't really think this storyline was going to be even
>remotely believable. This thug (and his gang) can't be all that large
>and their weapons can't be all that great either. Yet, a navy submarine
>shows up and the first thing this guy does is kidnap two of the sailors?
> Seriously? He's going to go up against a fully armed navy submarine
>and it's crew?
On his land where he knows the terrain. We don't know exactly how many
men he has and they could melt into the jungle. Plus with the killing
of the civilians by some one during the fire fight with the SPETSNAZ
and one damn idiot not wanting to pay a damn dollar for a damn banana
the citizens aren't to please in the first place.
"No man in the wrong can stand up against
a fellow that's in the right and keeps on acomin'."
-----William J. McDonald
Captain, Texas Rangers from 1891 to 1907