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8th Feb '17 1:02:51 AM AthenaBlue
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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' gives us this exchange:
-->'''Catwoman nurse''': And who are you to make this decision?
-->'''The Doctor''': I'm the Doctor. If you don't like it, if you want to take it to a higher authority, there isn't one. It stops with me!

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* ''Series/DoctorWho'' gives us this exchange:
-->'''Catwoman nurse''':
exchange from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E1NewEarth "New Earth"]]:
-->'''Novice Hame''':
And who are you you, to make this decision?
decide that?
-->'''The Doctor''': I'm the Doctor. If you don't like it, if you want to take it to a higher authority, there isn't one. It stops ''stops'' with me!
23rd Jan '17 4:05:27 PM jtvectorsigma
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** Considering she's one of the two Biblical Witnesses from Revelations, she may get a pass.
** Considering she and Crane ''stopped'' the apocalypse, she may actually be correct!
20th Jan '17 5:01:29 AM Ccook1956
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-->'''Policeman:''' Yep. The same guy who was about to shoot an unarmed little girl. If that's the word of God, then it's been a long time since I've read my Bible.

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-->'''Policeman:''' Yep. The same guy who was about to shoot an unarmed little girl. If that's the word of God, then it's been a long time since I've read my Bible.been to church.
19th Jan '17 4:12:35 PM Ccook1956
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* The ''X-Men'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.

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* The ''X-Men'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), epitaph!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.
19th Jan '17 4:02:33 PM Ccook1956
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-->'''Polieman:''' Yep. The same guy who was about to shoot an unarmed little girl. If that's the word of God, then it's been a long time since I've read my Bible.

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-->'''Polieman:''' -->'''Policeman:''' Yep. The same guy who was about to shoot an unarmed little girl. If that's the word of God, then it's been a long time since I've read my Bible.
19th Jan '17 4:01:41 PM Ccook1956
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* The ' X-Men'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.

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* The ' X-Men'' ''X-Men'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.
19th Jan '17 4:01:22 PM Ccook1956
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* The ''[[ComicBook/TheUncannyXMen Uncanny X-Men]]'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.

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* The ''[[ComicBook/TheUncannyXMen Uncanny X-Men]]'' ' X-Men'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.
19th Jan '17 3:59:48 PM Ccook1956
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* The ''[[ComicBook/TheUncannyXMen Uncanny X-Men]]'' graphic novel "God Loves, Man Kills" has its penultimate showdown between the team and a highly religious preacher, William Stryker, who wants to rid the world of mutants because they are not "children of God" (the story opens with two mutant children killed by Stryker's goons) at a revival. When Stryker points to Nightcrawler and questions his humanity, Kitty Pryde angrily tells the preacher that she chooses her friend over Stryker's God. Stryker points a gun at Kitty ("Let those blasphemous words, child, be your last!"), only for him to be brought down by a policeman's gun.
-->'''Crowd member:''' That policeman! He shot the Reverend!
-->'''Polieman:''' Yep. The same guy who was about to shoot an unarmed little girl. If that's the word of God, then it's been a long time since I've read my Bible.
15th Jan '17 11:54:54 AM WaterBlap
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* In Myth/GreekMythology, the gods are quick to take offense and retaliate when they catch anybody doing this.

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* In Myth/GreekMythology, Myth/ClassicalMythology, the gods are quick to take offense and retaliate when they catch anybody doing this.
10th Jan '17 3:40:49 PM Xtifr
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* PorcupineTree's "Slave Called Shiver"

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* PorcupineTree's Music/PorcupineTree's "Slave Called Shiver"
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