Sawyer Family

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List Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Characters - The Sawyer Family - Grandpa Sawyer
... Grandpa Sawyer appears in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and its sequel The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, portrayed by John Dugan and Ken Evert, respectively ... Massacre 2, that Grandpa is kept alive by drinking the blood of his family's victims ... Grandpa later apparently settled down with the unnamed Grandma and began a family, the cannibalistic Sawyers (how they became cannibalistic is never revealed, though it is implied that they ...
List Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Characters - The Sawyer Family - Leatherface
... He lives with a family of fellow cannibals, who are often abusive and violent towards him ... Despite their abuse of him, Leatherface does what ever his family orders him to do ... latter case, assuming that his surname is Sawyer as with his older brothers, his full name would be Bubba Sawyer ...
Stoop Kid - Arnold's Classmates and Their Families - Sawyer Family
... Lila Sawyer (voiced by Ashley Buccille) – A nice girl who came from a farming community she calls "Pleasantville" and lives with her father ...
List Of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Characters - Other Characters
... After driving with her friends and wheelchair-bound brother to see if a family grave was tampered with after a series of grave robbings, the young motorists run out of gas by an old farmhouse in ... After driving with his sister, Sally, and their friends to see if a family funeral plot was tampered with after a series of grave robbings, the wheelchair-bound Franklin and the other motorists run out of gas ... However, his skeleton has been kept by the Sawyer family for 12 years and reappears in the second movie when it is discovered by his uncle, Lieutenant "Lefty" Enright ...

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    Freud is all nonsense; the secret of neurosis is to be found in the family battle of wills to see who can refuse longest to help with the dishes. The sink is the great symbol of the bloodiness of family life.
    Julian Mitchell (20th century)

    But that’s always the way; it don’t make no difference whether you do right or wrong, a person’s conscience ain’t got no sense, and just goes for him anyway.... It takes up more room than all the rest of a person’s insides, and yet ain’t no good, nohow. Tom Sawyer thinks the same.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)