Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by IG_2000, Feb 11, 2013.
I'm curious myself now!
I've watched it at least 5 times and also don't remember that...
****, I'm gonna have to watch "Sabotage" just to find where Matt Lanter might have said damn dammit.
Let us know where.
Maybe I'm hearing things; I could've sworn he said "damn" this past episode.
I'm getting messed with so bad right now...
I though the Death Watch would use the Mando'a version of hell: dar'yaim
Well I certainly couldn't disagree with you any more than I do. It will disappear eventually, or it'll wipe us out. ...one or the other.
I don't see the need for religious wars. In the end, the type of people that kill others in the name of their "God(s)" would do so anyway, regardless of the reason. They use religion as an excuse.
As an optimistic sort, I hope for the day that religion and atheism is simply a life choice we make. No conflict, just a different view point. As simple as having a different favourite colour as the person next to you.
I should point out I have no bias here. I don't belong to atheism or religion. There may be a higher power, there may not be. I prefer to focus my life on things I can affect. That said, I love philosophy and I love seeing how different cultures react differently, and hold different beliefs.
I'm a lover of humanity, and would like to see all facets of it survive.
Yeah arguing about religion accomplishes nothing over the Internet
However, "religious profanities" can be used in Star Wars because religion is a part of Star Wars.
For example; The force is a form of pantheism. Pantheism is the idea that everything is God and everything in the universe creates God.
Anyways when I first heard the clones say "hell" in episode 5 I was like "nice to see them sticking with classical star wars" but then from that point on we never heard it again which I don't mind but also don't like that they are "lightening up" star wars for the kiddies.
That sounds like the Southern US version of "damn."
We add extra syllables to our swear words here.
Dar'yaim isn't really used as an expletive, just a descriptor. Haran maybe, but haar'chak would be more likely, as in "Damn it [to hell]!" Shab or osik would be the better go-to profanities for Death Watch or any Mando.
You're on a Star Wars internet forum
we don't know much about these kinds of things