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“It's America. They're Puritans in public, perverts in private.”
“- Bill: Okay, a little ethics. You are walking down the street. You find a suitcase full of money. There's nobody around. No human person is in evidence. What do you do? A You keep the money. B You use it to buy gifts for your friends and your loved ones. C You give it to the poor. D You turn it into the police.
- Kim: That is really stupid.
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“- Marianne Borg: I know that this is wrong.
- Dr. Evald Borg: There's neither right nor wrong. We act according to our needs.”
“Integrity is so perishable in the summer months of success.”
“You can't judge a character, and you're never going to always play characters that are morally sound or know right from wrong.”
“He's a high-tech genius whose morals make Muammar Kadafi look like Mother Teresa!”
“- Dr. Watson: Being men of no moral fiber whatsoever, they can't resist helping themselves to a new pair of shoes.
- Sherlock Holmes: Do you think they have these in brown?”
“- David Jenkins: Suppose we'd had you, an invisible agent in 1939. Maybe there wouldn't have been a second World War.
- Nick Halloway: What are you saying? You mean I would've killed Hitler for you?
- David Jenkins: I mean maybe you could've saved thirty million lives. Changed history. Now, assassination, anything at all, is entirely ethical if...” (continue)(continue reading)
I think morals are good for you, I love morals, and the moral of this story is: "If you're walkin' on eggs, don't hop".
“You really are a fuckin' moron, you know that? I'm gonna call up the big tobacco companies and thank them for burying you!”
“I'm vacating this switchlized adolescent display of hedenistic amorality.”
“Don't clutter up a clever scheme with morality.”
“I'm one of the underserving poor, that's what I am. Now, think what that means to a man. It means he's up against middle-class morality for all the time. If there's anything going, and I put in for a bit of it, it's always the same story: you're undeserving, so you can't have it.”
“Lydia's becoming more and more demanding and you feel bad because Helen's working night and day to keep the money coming in. But you've asked Helen to come on a research trip to Dorset with you, knowing that she wouldn't be able to... to cover up the fact that you're really taking Lydia. And despite the fact that Lydia gave you an out on the...” (continue)(continue reading)