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Bruce Almighty - Too Many Letters
When Bruce makes the Yahweh prayer service on his computer, he goes to type the answer "yes." He types really fast, but he only needs to type three letters for yes. He types pretty much all the letters on the keyboard. Um...have you been drinking the wrong coffee Bruce?
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Anonymous on 05-24-2005
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Clare writes:
I do believe he is typing fast because he is answering all the prayers individually. He stops because he is getting tired and then he clicks on "answer all 'y-e-s'"
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Me3000749 writes:
Come 'on! It gives the audience a feel that he is typing fast, do you know how boring it would be if he typed 3 letters really fast. It wouldn't get the same affect
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ParSalian writes:
But he is also answering prayers in other languages.
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Shadow writes:
HELLO?! ever heard of the arrow key, and he never said he was typin yes to everything, and there are more than one way to say yes
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daunrealist writes:
Good catch, but ParSalian definitely has a point.
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Demon_Flare writes:
Ok listen, have you guys ever heard of a keystroke? He typed something similar to(Control-Alt-Delete). All those extra keys just made that "Answer All" window come up without him having to click it.
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Cowboy007 writes:
Actually Bruce types and says the words "Yes to all" which takes a few more letters,But, still not as many as he types.
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