Anyone know what this means?
Doing a bit of research lead me to believe it's Latin, and a quick translation comes out to "anyone is that quae came"
Not very revealing.
Anyone have any idea why this is here above the bloody door after Nightmare run #2?
You're going to miss the courier and then I'm going to be forced to kill you. By forced I mean I will take great pleasure in ending your life. HURRY UP!
I put it into Wikipedia on Google and got a Wiki entry in Latin of the book of Job. The words "Quis est iste" started out the sentence. After that, I googled "venit" and found it to be a third-person usage meaning "to come." Thus, "Who is this coming?"
Apparently, it's also the title of a chorus piece:
No hay banda! There is no band! It is all an illusion.
I found this as the translation:
"Who is this who is coming?"
"Without Mac, there is no justice. Without Mac, there is no law. Without Mac, there is no LOVE" ~ jukester
My girlfriend found a reference to it as part of a ghost story. Unfortunately, my internet is flubby right now, so I can't find it again.
But yeah, that translation is pretty much right on.
Dandy, I do believe that you missed the boat. -Pieke Okata
Missed the boat? Hell, he was at the TRAIN STATION. -Zaphod the Fourth
^ yeah....it's Latin and it is basically saying, "Who is this who's coming?"
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