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Wild Wild West - The United, Divided - How?
In the scene in Loveless's lair where he describes his plan for returning America to its European conquerors, he has divided America along its state borders, not the original ones. He is not even close in some cases. On his map, the France part is a strip from Minnesota to Louisiana, whereas the original Louisiana Purchase extended into present-day Wyoming. Furthermore, he has no problem with totally screwing the American Indians over, unless he plans to move them all to Manahattan. And finally, who says Mexico gets anything? Shouldn't their whole country go to Spain anyway?
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wizzard writes:
We are talking about the ravings of a lunatic mind here! (Although I also thought it was interesting that the Native Americans get nothing but Manhattan Island and seem to be accepting of it!)
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