March 13th, 2008



i found these in a message board as someone's signature
which is a bit too much for every post on a board
but i found myself enjoying reading them over and over again

a good mix of silly and profound

"You work eighteen hours and what do you get? Parents sell ya to Paris Hilton." - Leopold Stotch
"Mrs. Liddy has an extensive gun collection." - G. Gordon Liddy
"...But a cow is not entirely full of milk; Some of it is hamburgers!" - Jim the Security Guard
"Of course they want free pie and chips. It's pie... with chips... for free." - Gecko
"Some horrible game of twister where it's all boys and they kill you when you lose" - Deputy Travis Junior
"A government exists when it has a reasonable monopoly on the legitimate use of violence" - George Will
"You tell him, Ferret face" - Group of Koreans
"No, not my type. You know, I like 'em a little... a... I don't know, a kinda dirty or something" - Vincent 'Vinnie' Antonelli
"Yes, it's true you are a good woman... then again, you may be the anti-Christ." - Doc Holliday
"It's like making love -- you don't **** to a metronome." - Tori Amos
"A woman's dress should be like a barbed wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view." - Sophia Loren
"You never open your mouth until you know what the shot is." - Ricky Roma
"There are shadows in life babe" - Jack Horner
"But the Senator, while insisting he was not intoxicated, could not explain his nudity" - WKRP
"The noose is the end of the line. It will take the violence-prone off the streets and incarcerate them for terms appropriate to their crimes" - Judge Issac Parker
"I am not Herbert" - Mr. Spock
"If one morning I walked on top of the water across the Potomac River, the headline that afternoon would read PRESIDENT CAN'T SWIM." - Lyndon Johnson
"Looks like you're about to get pwned" - Eric Cartman
"The personal insult is the last recourse of an exhausted mind" - Pat Buchanan
"Democracy is two wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for dinner." - Thomas Jefferson

rebelling for life

"and in the press was not a single mention of the turning point of our

which makes me cry

a small Indian boy watches me
curious; uncomprehending
his mother re-tying his shoes

this old man in the leather hat

was he there?

could he know I admire him?

he looks frustrated about what time has done to him
and shakes the pill bottle in his hand in rebellion...

or more like a baby
absentmindedly enjoying the feel and sound of a toy