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Posted Friday, April 9, 2010 4:20 PM


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Kiran gajendragadkar (4/9/2010)
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Can you name the movie from whence the quote originates?





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Posted Friday, April 9, 2010 4:22 PM


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I have to admit that my memory served well on this one, but I doubted it. I went and looked it up - Google.



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Kiran gajendragadkar (4/9/2010)
jason .. There is no pain in your name



Can you name the movie from whence the quote originates?



...one of the Batman movies. Don't recall which one ...by the Joker perhaps?
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Posted Saturday, April 10, 2010 10:08 AM


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jason .. There is no pain in your name



Can you name the movie from whence the quote originates?



...one of the Batman movies. Don't recall which one ...by the Joker perhaps?


Yes by the Joker. Movie was Batman (1989).

I like it because it works well on so many levels for so many things.




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Couldn't remember (must be getting senile) whether it was ..._sessions or ..._connections, so flipped a (virtual) coin and came up lucky.


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