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tlr online
24-02-05, 02:46
How far would you go to protect a loved one? Would it be unconditional? i.e. whatever they had done you’d protect them, without any shadow of a doubt? Where would you draw the line?

Tramp
24-02-05, 02:55
Rape, Murder or both. Robbing and or bashing a person of any age. Probably would draw the line at anything that was related to violence or any fully criminal offence against another person. Would not stop me loving them but if they commit a crime they should pay for it. (Wouldn't condemn them for a crime against themselves but would try to get them some help.) If you understand my meaning. Some things that are considered a crime in Australia are legal in other countries. Another thing I would not tolerate is drug pushing particularly to minors. Good afternoon Justin. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

tlr online
24-02-05, 03:20
Hi Tramp http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif (real name?)

Tramp
24-02-05, 03:26
Cathy or Kate. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

andromeda_eats
24-02-05, 03:44
I'd kill someone to protect a loved one. And I'd die for those I love. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

tlr online
24-02-05, 03:48
Kate it is then. Nice to meet you. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Morning Liv. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

andromeda_eats
24-02-05, 03:49
Hello darling. Good to see you smiling.

Tramp
24-02-05, 03:53
Thanks Justin is nice to be called Kate again. My mum and her sister were usually the only ones who called me that and I have really missed being called Kate.

Hi Liv how's sunny Canberra today, it's really hot and muggy here, just put some clothes on the line and now I'm wringing wet. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

andromeda_eats
24-02-05, 03:55
Bout the same. I'm avoiding my date with neuroscience this afternoon. Its too freaking hot to study. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

tlr online
24-02-05, 04:01
4am in the UK and Old Portsmouth is asleep. Well, apart from me that is. I'm participating in my favourite preoccupation... watching movies. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Do either of you ladies have a favourite flick?

Tramp
24-02-05, 04:01
I could think of better things to have a date with myself. Thank heavens I have now got my new big fridge and there is plenty of cold water in it. There's also a couple of beers but I will save them for later.

TheEveningStar
24-02-05, 04:02
Would do anything to protect the ones i love...

AE i thought your name is olivia....

andromeda_eats
24-02-05, 04:03
Depends on the mood. Maybe Fight Club would be my favourite. Or Sleepless in Seattle when I feel like a good cry. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/wave.gif

andromeda_eats
24-02-05, 04:05
Its is Evening Star. My friends know me as Liv. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

Tramp
24-02-05, 04:09
I know it sounds corny but probably Beaches. It was my mum's favourite and I had them play Wind Beneath my Wings at her funeral. Also like Dirty Dancing, a movie called 1984 old but very funny. The original War of the Worlds (will be interested in seeing the remake.) Just too many that I like. Haven't seen too many of the modern movies, I usually wait till they come out on TV or DVD. Saw a good one on tv the other night, I think it was Serina, about a young Latino singer who was murdered just before the Grammy Awards for which she had been nominated.

andromeda_eats
24-02-05, 04:12
Nobody puts Baby in the corner!

I would put Dirty Dancing somewhere in my top 5. Love it! Tramp, you going to see the musical?

Tramp
24-02-05, 04:20
Would love to but I would have to go on my own which is not much fun. Kerri-Anne had Johnny on her show this morning, he is very cute. Also on was "The Gov" Maggie Kirkpatrick and Rhonda Birchmore.

Draco
24-02-05, 10:10
I would die to protect my friends and family...well some of them. Wouldn't even blink if it was my mother.

RavenLettan
24-02-05, 11:08
pretty far.. I have the scars to prove it, and the medical records to say how many times they've patched me up afterwards. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

however I don't defend ppl blindly, I don't throw my life away on a whim, and I don't get into anyones business without knowing the facts.

if one of my family members wants my help but refuses to tell me what is going on, I walk away.

I've always been like that. It's like even when we were all kids, I would only help my brothers if they got in over thier heads.. and even still, I'd prefer to know they didn't start anything.

I mean I'm not going to go break some guys nose who's several years older than them, simply because they decided to call him ugly that morning. http://www.tombraiderforums.com/images/smilies/smile.gif

They get into certain messes it is their responsibility to get out of them.. unless they get in too deep, then 'Big Brother' mode kinda takes over. For me though it doesn't matter if it is family or close friends... I treat people I'd call a 'friend' (which is only a very small amount of people who believe are my friends), like family.

There are limits to what you should do though. If people think you'll be there no matter what, they tend to take more and more stupid risks knowing they have a 'bail' card they can use anytime.