Here it is: A New Thread, completely unlike any we have seen in some time, that will help diseeminate just exactally what the owners of this bar want.
It's very simple really, you're a fan, what have you learned about life (from the Indiana films) that is useful.
There are a few examples here for you all to follow.
Heres what I learned:
1. You don't have to hit first, but you have to hit hard.
2. Stealing from dead guys, doesn't get you very much.
3. A good kiss can make everything better, or worse.
4. The first word you learned in an archeology class was patience, ya' dig?
5. Pray, even if you have no faith.
6. That there is more than the routine tour available for Venice.
7. Fedoras can be worn during any occassion.
8. Never trust people speaking in shlip.
9. Whips worn on your hip are never noticed by the public.
21) Sometimes, the simplest solution is the best one. (Shoot the swordsman).
22) Little details can say a lot (shadows on a zepplin, dead monkeys, etc.)
23) Even if you're in a desert or a jungle, leather is cool.
24) Sometimes, the only people you can trust are your family and your closest friends.
25) People with the most boring jobs can still have some fun when off-duty.
26) Even the greatest hero ever can get the **** kicked out of him by somebody bigger and stronger. It's that he keeps going that makes him great.
26) When nothing but an act of God can save you, it sometimes does.
27) Even the coolest of us have a nerdy side.
28) Even the plainest, ugliest things are sometimes the most divine.
29) Sometimes, when you just sit down and think, the solution does present itself.
35) Most arguments, whether right or wrong can be solved if one party removes their hat, willingly concedes by simply saying, "If I have offended you, than I am sorry" and prudently moves on to dinner.
47) Trouble always happens in a bar.
48) Even a guy in boots and a leather jacket can outrun a gang of murderous Hovitos.
49) Bring enough ammo.
50) It is better to bring a gun to a sword fight than a sword.
51) Avoid Thug temples.