The Complete First SeasonDVD - 2015
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Barlow read from the book Meditations by Marcus Aurelius:
Be like a rocky promontory against which the restless surf continuously pounds; it stands fast while the churning sea is lulled to sleep at its feet. I hear you say, “How unlucky that this should happen to me!” No at all! Say instead, “How lucky I am that I am not broken by what has happened and am not afraid of what is about to happen. The same blow might have struck any one, but not many would have absorbed it without capitulation and complaint.
Flint: When the king brands us pirates, he doesn’t mean to make us adversaries; he doesn’t mean to make us criminals. He means to make us monsters. For that’s the only way his God-fearing, tax-paying subjects can make sense of men who keep what is theirs and fear no one.
Max: The world is so full of surprises. Let it surprise you.
Flint: Friends...brothers...the prize that you and I have been pursuing is L'Urca de Lima. The Hulk. A prize of almost unimaginable value. Now with this page securely in our possession, we can begin our hunt and we will succeed. No matter the cost. No matter the struggle. I will see that prize is yours. I'm not just gonna make you rich. I'm not just gonna make you strong. I'm gonna make you the princes of the New World!
Gates: Flint’s made you more money than any captain here.
Scott: But lately he hasn't.
Gates: Well, that will change.
Vane: No man is rich who could make more by doing less.
Gates: My fault. That was my fault. When I said we would need to keep our tempers in check, I failed to clarify that we would need to do so for the duration of the meeting. Entirely my fault.
Flint: It requires an intolerable sacrifice.
Barlow: To accept a pardon?
Flint: To apologize! ... They took everything from us. Then they call me a monster? The moment I sign that pardon, the moment that I ask for one, I proclaim the world that they were right. This ends when I grant them my forgiveness, not the other way around.
Flint: Why won't I just kill you afterwards?
Silver: Three weeks is a long time. We might be friends by then.
Billy: How can you just pretend you have no doubts about any of this?
Flint: Years of practice? There's always doubt, Billy. No sane man would deny that. No good captain would acknowledge it.
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