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Con Air - Question.......Or Statement.
In the Plane when Cyrus is threatening to kill Guard Bishop unless the traitor comes forward, Baby O Comes forward as the traitor. At this point Cyrus says to Baby O. "You have been near death the entire trip?" Notice the question Mark?
Cyrus phrased it as a question instead of a statement.
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Comments:
Jussac writes:
Yup, OK, it was a badly worded phrase. But it WAS actually meant as a question. The meaning behind it was "You have been near death the entire trip. Explain to me, then, how the hell did you manage that?"
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cute_nurse_19 writes:
He actually says.. "you?, who has been near death this entire trip" hes being sarcastic and seeking clarification at the same time!
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Zyxton writes:
Seriously unless you are watching with subtitles on you would never know the grammer of the sentence, and since most of us normal people just listen who knows exactly how it was phrased.
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