You don’t think it be like it is, but it do.
I did not believe.Christopher Kline
When my robots storm
your front lawn
you will understand.
First they came for the verbs, and I said nothing because verbing weirds language. Then they arrival for the nouns, and I speech nothing because I no verbs.
Swearing makes talking fun!
— Maureen Paul, EIG
If you don’t come home muddy or bloody, you didn’t have a good time.
— David Poore, circa 1992
[My mother really didn’t like the effects of this motto — Editor]
Living in the world is not a dress rehearsal. You better have fun with it.
— Mark Gubin
Cannibalism holds the potential to solve both hunger and over-population problems
You know that big button near the door in the data center, the one labeled “Halon?” That’s French for “exit,” so you push that to unlock the door and get out.
From a slashdot post
Hint: don’t hit the ‘halon’ button unless you like getting a big bill for disaster recovery and cleanup — Editor
“No! I work on a cash-only basis.”
“But it’s a perfectly good check!”
“No! I’ll make it very clear. You slip me the cash, and I’ll slip you the wiener.”
“But I don’t have any cash.”
“Then I don’t have a wiener!”
— Adventures in Babysitting
“The danger to political dissent is acute where the Government attempts to act under so vague a concept as the power to protect ‘domestic security.’ Given the difficulty of defining the domestic security interest, the danger of abuse in acting to protect that interest becomes apparent.”
— quotation from a 1972 Supreme Court ruling, and redacted from a US Supreme Court document by the Ashcroft Justice Department in the name of national security.