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“- Ellen Griswold: Clark, let's just skip the house of mud. I think Dodge City was enough fun for one day. Besides, Catherine and Eddie are expecting us.
- Clark Griswold: It's living history Ellen. But if you'd rather see your cousins. Personally I'd rather see a pile of mud than Eddie.”
“No man can walk out of his own story.”
“When my people were developing philosophy your people were still swinging from trees.”
“I've dwelt among the humans. Their entire culture is built around their penises. It's funny to say they are small. It's funny to say they are big. I've been at parties where humans held bottles, pencils, thermoses in front of themselves and called out, 'Hey, look at me. I'm Mr. So-and-So Dick. I've got such-as-such for a penis.' I never saw it...” (continue)(continue reading)
“We aren’t monsters. We’re cultural disrupters.”
“This is what revolution looks like. Real revolution. Cultural revolution.”
“Truly, for some men nothing is written unless they write it.”
“- Henry: I just wanted to ask how you knew.
- William Shakespeare: Knew what?
- Henry: Everything.
- William Shakespeare: My friend, I don't even know how to keep the slugs out of the Hollyhocks.”
“I didn't study much, but I think I could do great things. However, I'm no good at little things.”
“Media truly has the power to create and shift culture.”
“The cultural environment in which one lives ought to be as important as the air he breathes, the food he eats.”
“A cultural boneyard.”
“It is a culture's duty to take care of it's elderly.”
“The American culture is a disaster.”
“It's shite being Scottish! We're the lowest of the low. The scum of the fucking Earth! The most wretched, miserable, servile, pathetic trash that was ever shat into civilization.”
“We just finished poisoning the Earth and everyone was dead in a hundred years. Then what was the point of anything? Art, beauty (all gone), the Greeks, the Constitution, people dying for freedom, ideas. None of it meant anything? What about religion? Do we give up on God too?”
“- Timms: I don't always understand poetry!
- Hector: You don't always understand it? Timms, I never understand it. But learn it now, know it now and you will understand it... whenever.”