Suicidal Sheep Cult

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phunky.buddha

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It's a Japanese horror film. Very unsettling... but it won a few independent movie awards when it came out.
 

phunky.buddha

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Subtitled from the versions that I've seen. I rented mine at Blockbuster when I saw it- and BB isn't going to rent videos that aren't watchable by your English-only speaking public.

:)
 

Battle Pope

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Sheep are valuable. Not only are they a consumable livestock they are also factored for the value of their wool over their lifespan...
 

E_SolSi

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Originally posted by Battle Pope@Jul 10 2005, 10:08 PM
Sheep are valuable. Not only are they a consumable livestock they are also factored for the value of their wool over their lifespan...
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not to mention sexual gratification :ph34r:
 

khrisb

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Originally posted by Blanco@Jul 10 2005, 08:36 PM
Dude, the monitary loss is right around $1m. Unbelievable.
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"The estimated loss to families in the town of Gevas, located in Van province in eastern Turkey, tops $100,000, a significant amount of money in a country where average GDP per head is around $2,700."
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$100,000 isn't close to a million, but that's alot for 450 sheep.
 
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