VM stand for fear

Pinkie 2022-09-05 11:20:48

Nikki's best game is bridge, vm's best game is stud, and he knows the weakness and fear of the human heart well.

Do you believe the VM said that the gun that my brother was holding was fingerprinted? Fingerprint identification guns, Asians still need to sneak behind to attack? Are you still so nervous? Don't go up and slap directly? I don't believe it anyway. But it just fooled people. That's what vm is best at playing with.

After a whole season, vm's greatest ability is to create a terrifying atmosphere to scare people, that is, to scare you to death. This echoes the interrogation in the first scene of the first episode. There was no severe torture, and the interrogator was directly frightened. At the beginning, this scene didn't seem to fit well with the plot, but at the end it was actually the finishing touch.

The handsome guy from the IRS said that there was a high-level intervention, and I think it was also a scam by VM. Of course the writers didn't say so.

The things that vms have done are far from the level of arms dealers in the king of war. No matter how dirty American politics is, what reason is there to protect such a person? People who can come out of Homeland Security will never make a fortune by cheating a parking lot company in a small county.

Finally, in the Homeland Security Agency, vm is just a habit of bragging, and a dead duck has a hard mouth. It was already part of his body, a disease of his.

So, viewers, don't be intimidated by VMs. That's one of the things the show wants to express.

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The Law of Vacant Places quotes

  • Nikki Swango: You're the hand and I'm the glove.

    Ray Stussy: You're the bottle and I'm the beer.

    Nikki Swango: Or the beer and the glass in my case.

  • Ray Stussy: Hey! Dickhead!

    Maurice LeFay: Huh?

    Ray Stussy: I gotta place, turns out a place that needs some robbing. A little robbing, not wholesale burglary, just a specific... Just looking for a certain item. And if you do it... well let's just say... your little problem goes up in smoke.

    Maurice LeFay: What are we talking about?

    Ray Stussy: A stamp.

    Maurice LeFay: A stamp?... Like a... postage stamp?

    Ray Stussy: Yeah.

    Maurice LeFay: Cool... Cool... So I mean, I know I'm the moron but...

    Ray Stussy: It's not that kind of stamp numb nuts... It's a vintage stamp, it's got you know... sentimental value for me... It's my stamp.

    Maurice LeFay: Your stamp.

    Ray Stussy: But it's, you know, at someone else's house temporarily.

    Maurice LeFay: Cool, cool... So why not just ask for it back?

    Ray Stussy: Well it's, you know, complicated... Just get the damn stamp.