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“- Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting: I don't see no Americans. I see trespassers, Irish harps. Do a job for a nickel what a nigger does for a dime and a white man used to get a quarter for. What have they done? Name one thing they've contributed.
- William 'Boss' Tweed: Votes.
- Bill 'The Butcher' Cutting: Votes, you say? They vote how the archbishop...” (continue)(continue reading)
“Want a balloon?”
“Saw it in his eyes. He didn’t know who I was. It was like I was a stranger to him. It just did something to me.”
“Alice did something no child should ever do. She took candy from a stranger.”
“If it’s ‘creepy’ to use the Internet, military satellites, and robot aircraft to find a house full of gorgeous young models so I can drop in on them unexpected, then fine, I’m creepy.”
“In English eyes, all foreigners are sinister.”
“What kind of foreigner are you? Are you a hoochie-coochie dancer?”
“Don't call me a foreigner. Last time I checked, the colors of the flag weren't red, white and burrito.”
“Every contact we've had with the outside has brought us death!”
“Outsiders? Are these the same outsiders who took the corn from our mouths when the potatoes went rotten in the ditches?”
“I don't belong on this earth. I always feel out of place - like a visitor.”
“I do not have the talent of conversing easily with people I have never met before.”
“- Dr. Sarah Taylor: Mr. Ramirez, my mother taught me never to talk to strangers.
- Tony Ramirez: If you never talk to strangers, you'll never meet anyone new.”
“Each person you speak to has had a day. Some of the days have been good, some bad, but they've all had one.”
“Mrs. Brown says that in London everyone is different, and that means anyone can fit in.”
“- Ned: You're not talking to people you don't know, are you?
- Jonah: Uhh, you mean potential pedophiles?
- Ned: Mm-hm.
- Jonah: Just ones that live around here.”
“Never let a stranger in your cab, in your house or in your heart... unless he is a friend of labor.”
“- Will Blakelee: Oh, come on. I'm just practicing Southern hospitality.
- Ronnie Miller: Oh really? Is that what they call hitting on strangers now?”