“Let me tell you a story
about a Spaniard named Vazquez.”
☠“Odysseus, on his journey home to Ithaca, is visited by a ghost. The ghost tells him that once he reaches his home — once he slays his enemies and sets his house in order — he must do one more thing before he can rest. The ghost says he must take up an oar and walk inland, and keep walking until someone mistakes that oar for a shovel. For that would be a place where no man has ever been troubled by the sea, and that’s where he’d find peace.”
”[…] What if I were to remain with your crew? It makes sense: I forgo payment for the schedule in exchange for my share of the prize. You proceed with your plan; when the time comes for me to reveal the last piece, I will be right by your side. If what I tell you is in any way incorrect, well, you can do with me what you will.”
“And when the Urca’s ours, what’s to stop me from killing you anyway?"
"Well, that’s a few weeks from now, isn’t it? We might be friends by then!"
"I can stall ‘em for a few more minutes. And I am sorry.”
"This place, this life that we’ve been living here … it doesn’t feel like living anymore. I can’t be alone in feeling this way; some part of you m u s t feel it too.”
"What do we have here?"
Random picture of flawless Richard Armitage.