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Too easy? (1)

ThatComputerGuy (123712) | more than 11 years ago | (#3997059)

Perhaps I'm just too tired to figure it out today.. yeah, that's the ticket..

Damn dirty Ape's? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 11 years ago | (#3999206)

Was that too easy? Planet of the Apes.

Re:Damn dirty Ape's? (2)

JabberWokky (19442) | more than 11 years ago | (#4001447)


Yeah - it, along with "-thing- is made of People", "-person-, I am your Father" and "Dammit, -person-, I'm a -job-, not a -job-" are probably the most common SF references to be worked into conversation.

Evan is made of people.

Re:Damn dirty Ape's? (2)

pythorlh (236755) | more than 11 years ago | (#4001712)

And for those of you who missed those (crawl out from under a rock ;) )
"Soylent Green is made of People"
"Luke, I am your Father" (If you missed that one, stay under the rock)
"Dammit, Jim, I'm a Doctor, not a bricklayer." or whatever else McCoy used it for, I also remember "escalator, but I'm sure there were more.

Re:Damn dirty Ape's? (2)

matt_wilts (249194) | more than 11 years ago | (#4007361)

There might be a double reference in this one..
"damn dirty ape" was uttered by Charlton Heston - who has also played MANY Roman parts! (Ben Hur is the most obvious).
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