fai_dust: marvel comics: X-23; Target X - issue #06 (.blank)
***** these were written at various times over the last few weeks when I thought them but was too fried to post. I apologise if there are any typos; each and every one was all but unreadable when I actually typed them, but I did run it through spell-check on MS Word, so I hope I got the majority of the mess. *****

sad fact just editing and cleaning this up took... too long. I opened the page at "22:43" and finished at "23:55". Jeeze.

 - I really dislike wiki sites. It took me this side of forever to not hate them immediately because of the potential unreliability of them (I don't care what anyone says about how a wrong answer can be corrected as quickly as under a minute; I know of four incidents involving people I know personally and in 'real life' [as opposed to on-line] where it was the wrong information that kept getting 'corrected'), bitching because I can't figure out the damn rules + gushing over ComicVine )

 - Sometimes, words are awesome but right now, I despise my vocabulary. Unless I know someone really well**, I can come off as either harsh, pissed off or attacking when I don't mean too. Apparently, saying that 'x' template email was used to justify the deletion of a submission is being rude, but that's the most descriptive word I can come up with. "Explain" doesn't fit because the email didn't explain anything.
  **or they happen to have an X-Files reference as their username not be angered because they say the same things with the intent of being a (funny) pain in the ass being harsh.
added in editing/just before posted (this isn't something that needs to be said on a general post, but I'm going to anyways) I am more than a little amused by this note and it's sub-point because I had a conversation on this very subject last night with her.


 - You know how sometimes when you watch a show that you haven't seen in a long time and when you watch it again, you wonder how you didn't see how truly **awful** it is? Well, I caught myself thinking the reverse when I was watching Star Trek; Voyager a while back. I always remember it as being poorly acted in the beginning, not all that good with continuity, having created Seven for gratuities sexuality and just really hokey. I attribute watching it to it being _Star Trek_. But when I actually watch it, it's not nearly as bad as I always think of it.

 - ( http://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=91) I cannot comprehend a situation where paying for alcohol is equivalent to covering pizza except maybe in the case of a children's BD party and the parents of birthday child drinking after.

 - spent a full day dicking around on the Blue Bloods Wikia site. A very long no-point detail list of what specifically I did and justifications for everything can be found here; http://bluebloodstv.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Pixie_child/self-absorbed_mind_drop

 - I have found a new way to be horrified and very amused at the same time; http://wonkette.com/. shifting blame + recs found at 2AM )

 - Wow, I'm getting a little political lately. I know it is just through quoting one of the awesome-ness of one of the coolest "Old Guys" on TV, but still. They're directly currently politically-related, so it feels pretty damn close. And while I'm pretty sure no one on my f-list** is a [what's the US equivalent of Canada's Conservative party? I can't keep the two names separate because unlike up here in the land of "Universal" health care, neither words are (as far as I know) words in the English language], but just in case, I apologise. I don't want to offend anyone. Well, not unless you would vote the illiterate media whore, ah, "companion". Then I am not going to say anything in your regard, because I'm a firm believer in the rights of everyone, but you really challenge that.
  **reading this and not a member of my f-list? Seriously? Well, after questioning your sanity (^_^), I invite you to contact me either through commenting, PM-ing via LJ or DW, or emailing me! If I haven't scared you off yet, I'm almost guaranteed to be more than willing to babble incoherently with you.

 - suddenly overwhelmed by 14-year-old guilt from back when I spent two weeks with my aunt and uncle. an instance where I was reminded how everything is a reflection on my father )

 - I'm easily amused. Apparently, Jeri Ryan's birth last name is Zimmerman. cue Star Trek-related giggles
    - also just learned that she turned down a cameo offer to be in (Star Trek) Nemesis, and only asked Kate Mulgrew after. I have nothing against Jeri Ryan, but seriously? Janeway made much more sense than Seven of Nine to appear.

 - this is super cute; http://www.kimonostownhouse.com/

 - I fucking hate the '07 layout of Microsoft Word, but I [well, my OSAP grant] paid for it and it would be stupid to pay for a downgrade just because I'm a stubborn jackass when it comes to change. I just wish I could do the same thing with it as I did for running Windows Vista (I've got it set to look like Windows '98).

 - I really like using DreamWidth as my alpha journal for many reasons, but the major ones are that the posting interface just feels cleaner and the staff is so damn helpful and friendly. Also, because I don't have to fight with logging in and DW allows me to cross-post. That being said, I guess LJ has spoiled me because I find it incredibly inconvenient not to be able to tag my entries with a tick-box list and it drives me up the wall when I want to have more than one space at a time, because you just can't do it in the Rich Text format (they are removed in the post), and if you put the   into the code box then switch to Rich Text for any reason, they are removed then as well. Little things, but they get to me.

 + another thing I had intended to add to my list of upcoming posts; a work-in-progress meme. It is actually one of the few things I could have done in the last few weeks, because it would require little thought, except that there are at least 75+ files in my "in progress" folder and have no idea how to compile the list without having to copy/paste or re-type all the file names out.
fai_dust: BtVS: 5x15 - I Was Made to Love You (.the hell)
(still at home, still seeing things, going a little extra crazy because I am at home)

1. "The first thing the Warren Commission found is that it is easier to reach a predetermined decision if you overlook pesky distractions. These include unreliable witnesses who might testify to things that don't fit in with your theory, physical evidence that hasn't been planted medical evidence that hasn't been altered, Mafia co-conspirators who haven't been rubbed out yet, et cetera." [UFOs, JFK, and Elvis by Richard Belzer (pg.33)]
It is the shit. Awesome, funny, cynical and in no way meant to be taken compleatly serously. More info here.
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2. While looking for a quote from a children's book (which I still haven't found), found this site and ended up making a profile. Yay books!
- I haven't decided if I'm going to add series, because it would take a while to find 8-16 books per series, or TV-related books (BtVS, Star Trek, ect.)
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3. A while ago, my grandmother started to read "cowboy books", most of which she buys at the drugstore. A few months ago, I realized that was code for "porn, set in the wild west".
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4. From grade 11 'university-level' chemistry: "Dylan and Harper, ionic, MX (polar)". Somehow, this is a way to remember chemical bond types. It was expanded to include stuff for my college Organic Chemistry class, which may be rembled about later, when I find the post-it and feel like doing so at the same time I remember I wanted to.
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5. "Calm down?! I am wearing sunglasses at night! You know who does that? No-talent douchebags." I don't follow Supernatural, it just got too dark and continuity-based for a show that didn't start out as either. But I remember my sister watching it ages ago when I was in the room and every time I remember this line, it sends me into giggles. Last year, I told a classmate about it (after class) and a guy (an adult in the class) overheard me and yelled "Are you dissin' H?", really offended. Now, I have my own obsessions, but really, I never actually said who Dean (and by extention, I) was talking about, so that's really rather sad.
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6. ...uh, actually this one is quazi-related to #5, at least in my own brain... "...Beyond the series, Bono is especially notable for being an Irish guy on a sci-fi TV show not played by Colm Meaney." Because it's very true and while Colm Meaney is awesome, so is Mark Sheppard. (The quote is from a page that used to be on Wiki Frakr, but, along with most of their best pages, broke, and had to be retrived from the web.archive site here.
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7. At least once a week, when I get serious-brain, I think about making a "happy-thoughts" comm (yes, I just made that up) where a weekly challange is something like "post an image of a cute animal" or "a quote related to (x)", usually non-fandom specific and no upsetting shit allowed. Then I think, what would be the point? I mean, I could probably wrangle a few friends into co-mod-ing it with me, but would anyone other then me actually get anything out of it?
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8. I fould my cell phone, which I lost at least six months ago, a few days ago! I knew it was somewhere in my room, but I couldn't find the damn thing until I was looking for the power coard to my extrenal hard drive. Which I still have to find, but whatever.
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9. I miss The Bridge. I know there are a bunch of cop shows out there and most have a very similar concept, but this was one of the few that didn't. Also, it gave a different perspective to the police force. Granted, it wasn't always a positive one, but that's how life is. I mean, I respect and am greatful for the work the police do, but there are always going to be people who mess up, are stupid, and even corrupt, no matter what job they do. And the acting was really good, too.
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10. "This is the New York that I love-- the one you never see on a postcard." / "Now, there's an untapped market; tranny hooker postcards." Is 'tranny' ('trannie'?) an offensive term? I've heard people say it is (well, read people say so, mostly on S-D), but usually, when I hear the actual term used, it's mostly just as a lazy way of saying transsexual.
(...and by the way, Blue Bloods is awesome. Watch it!)
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11. Why is it that LJ & DW mood images have 'drunk' as an unhappy face but 'crazy' as a good one?
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fai_dust: marvel comics: NewWarriorsIV - issue #05 (.stay positive)

I've been feeling very crappy the last few days; sorry for no posts. However, I must say, one major cool factor to being fdown here is that (obviously) I'm regestering as having a US IP address so I can watch Daily Show clips to my hearts content. Lewis Black is totally bug-nuts love. Also, Wanda Sykes kicks ass and if I were to ever get an old-man crush (which, eww, but if the Earth rotated backwards and I liked men), it would be on Richard Belzer, because, seriously, there are no words. Ooh, and this Melissa Ethridge clip - I know the whole gay marrage thing has been gone over to death, but she's, like, my favorite artest and it's funny.
   EDIT: Warning; if you decide to follow this link and the pre-clip add is for Jose Cuervo and causes the page to darken, hit mute! The sound is way louder than the clip and will cause you shock and pain. It's like they're giving you a small sample of the potential hangover their product contains!
    Edit(2): (another gay-rights thing, sorry) Lewis Black on Prop 8 (& misc. props); http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/thu-november-4-2004/back-in-black---election-results - for rome reason, this reminds me of [personal profile] lilpocketninja . Probably because of the shit survay she had in her class a while back.
  
Liz: I scored another gigantic bottle of vodka for less then $24! Shall we see how much of a dent we can make in it some weekend evening?
fai_dust: Questionable Content #1297 (qc: 1297 - raven)
 
Just ones I found particularly funny.
Please excuese the poor spelling and/or typos. There were done on notepad as I read them and I couldn't be bothered to go over it before posting.
 
...Questionable Content - eariler recs can be found here
QC recs under the cut )

- Why is it that of all the characters' in this series, I relate to the OCD-Nurotic girl & the breezy air-head perky-girl? ...don't answer that.

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...Ctrl+Alt+Del
CAD recs under this cut ) 
 
and of course, because I just can't help myself, there are always then ones that inspired rants  )

Also, read this ; http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/03/03/tech/gamecore/main677960.shtml

fai_dust: Stargate SG-1: 10x03 - The Pegasus Project (.ooh)

It started with me waking up at, like, three am and I woke up with Elvira Kurt's silly Hot Pink Pantsuit line stuck in my head. And after watching that, I followed the side link to Ellen's 2001 Emmy nonsence. It's almost enough to make me consider watching award shows. If only they gave awards to programs that required thought I actually watched.
fai_dust: Stargate SG-1: 10x03 - The Pegasus Project (.ooh)

I have found something that has amused me for 6 hours and I'm only into the first 300 out of, like, 2000. Thanks to sophia_gratia for introducing me to it! http://www.questionablecontent.net/ Actually, though, it seems to be a weird influance, because it's the only thing I currently am into that doesn't have me thinking any slash (m/m or f/f) influances.

the ones I found most entertaining so far;
http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=47
http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=87
http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=126
http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=165
http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=282 
also, you have to read the text below this one; http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=312
fai_dust: marvel comics: NewMutantsII - issue #11 (.love)
there is really no point to this, other then that these have either encouraged me, sent me into giggles, validated me in some way, or otherwise made my day (or longer) a little better. Most of them I have stuck into various journal posts just because, but it's nice to have them all in one place without creating a tag that isn't needed (if there's an 'x' link after the credit, it's just a link to the post I used it in).
They are grouped by fandom, but the fandoms are in no particular order.
A good sourse for quotes is http://en.wikiquote.org/, but if and when I ever get around to creating a resourse post, I'll add other sites as well.
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"Anyone who believes that, stand on their head." (M*A*S*H, Col. Blake; 3x06 - Springtime) x




"Get any more goody-goody and little cartoon animals are gonna start flocking around you."
"I hope there are bunnies!"
(Questionable Content, Faye & Raven; comic #1297) x

"I'll be fine. Nothing a hot shower and some Ativan can't fix." (Questionable Content, Hannelore; comic #1638) x

"There needs to be a word for those brief moments of clarity where you realize just how profoundly weird your life is."
"I take medication to prevent those moments. Want some?"
(Questionable Content, Marten & Hannelore; comic #1666) x

"Everything went melty for a second there, but that means I've got at least a couple hours before total psychosis. Let's go get breakfast!" (Questionable Content, Hannelore; comic #1696) x




"I can't believe you'd blow off illegal fireworks for a lousy head start at a top-notch education!" (Castle, Castle; 2x24 - A Deadly Game)




Buffy Dialog Database An awesome collection of both BtVS & Angel quotes from both entire series and a killer search engin to help you find what you're looking for

Willow: Guess she's out with Riley. You know how it is with a spanking new boyfriend.
Anya: Yes, we've enjoyed spanking.
(BtVS; 4x13 - The 'I' in Team) x

"Well, I'm not dead or unconscious, so I say bravo for me." BtVS, Giles; 5x03 - The Replacement) x

Tara: Um ... that, that was funny if you studied Taglarin mythic rites... and are a complete dork.
Riley: Oh, then how come Xander didn't laugh?
Xander: I don't know that Taglarin stuff.
(BtVS; 5x06 - Family) x

"Trying to send him to a specific place is sort of like, like, trying to hit a... puppy, by throwing a live bee at it... Which is a weird image, and you should all just forget it." (BtVS, Willow; 5x06 - Triangle) x

Giles: Dear god, Buffy, there's only so much I can take. We're going to have to change the system. A fourteen-year-old's too old to be babysat, and it's not fair on her.
Buffy: *nods, grins) What'd she make you do?
Giles: Um, well, we listened to aggressively cheerful music sung by people chosen for their ability to dance ... then we ate cookie dough and talked about boys.
(BtVS; 5x15 - I Was Made to Love You) x

Tara: Everyone, before we jump all over her, people do strange things when someone they love dies. When I lost my mother, I-I did some pretty dumb stuff, like lying to my family and staying out all night.
Anya: Buffy's boinking Spike.
Willow: Oh ... well, Tara's right. Grief can be powerful, and we shouldn't judge-
Tara: What are you, kidding? She's nuts!
(BtVS; 5x15 - I Was Made to Love You) x

Tara: Oh, do you have any books on robots?
Giles: Oh, yes, dozens. There's an enormous amount of research we should do before - no, I'm lying. I haven't got squat, I just like to see Xander squirm.
(BtVS; 5x15 - I Was Made to Love You) x

Giles: I assume there's a perfectly reasonable and not at all insane explanation here.
Anya: We thought you might be non-corporeal evil.
Dawn: We got a call. We couldn't remember you touching anything.
Xander: We had to make sure you were OK. We were worried.
Giles: Oh. That's very sweet. Now wait a minute; you think I'm evil... if I bring a group of girls on a camping trip and don't touch them?
(BtVS; 7x13 - The Killer in Me) x
Kennedy: Buffy believes in you.
Willow: You know, Buffy; sweet girl, not that bright.
(BtVS; 7x22 - Chosen)

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more: BtVS; 5x15




Matt Albie: Was she calling us Hollywood liberals or was she calling us gay?
Danny Tripp: It's a pretty fine distinction.
(Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; 1x02 - The Cold Open)

Matt Albie: Are you concerned that a significant portion of your fanbase in both music and television is gay and that any number of people who work with you here are gay.
Harriet Hayes: Hang on, you don’t mean to say that there are homosexuals and lesbians in show business, do you? Because I’ll walk right out this building!
(Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; 1x07 - Nevada Day (I)) x

Harriet Hayes: You live off Mulholland. There are other streets in the country where marriage is important.
Matt Albie: It’s important off of Mulholland, too. But let me ask you something, how is my marriage, your marriage, or anyone’s marriage even marginally affected by the gay couple two doors down also getting married? And if it is, how does that become their problem?
(Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; 1x08 - Nevada Day (II)) x

Matt Albie: I read a piece in US news and world report about the next presidential elections, Gore versus Bush, strongly influenced by what people are calling values voters.
Harriet Hayes: Yeah?
Matt Albie: The Christian rite of angelicals, honey crusted nut-bars.
Harriet Hayes: Yeah.
Matt Albie: And this is because of a survey showing that people feel that America has lost its moral compass under Clinton.
Harriet Hayes: And?
Matt Albie: We've got to start mocking these people.
Harriet Hayes: Yeah.
Matt Albie: And not just because they're a walking vending machine of punchlines, because they're dangerous. This is the thought that was running through my head when I read yet another survey that said, I'm not making this up, 68% of Amercians believe in angels.
(Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip; 1x15 - The Friday Night Slaughter) x

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more: S60; 1x07/1x08




Cathy: Figured, you know, what the hell?
Sam: She wants you, Lennie.
Briscoe: She's my kid, dipstick.
(Law & Order; 6x23 - Aftershock) x

Geller: "The law must be stable, but should never stand still." It's not an absolute. It's not like physics.
Kincaid: But state-sanctioned killing?
Geller: Is the penicillin of the '90s.
(Law & Order; 6x23 - Aftershock) x

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more: L&O; 6x23




Apollo: Serina, we're about to be married!
Serina: What does that have to do with it? Your own sister's a pilot and warrior.
Apollo: She's my sister, not my wife to be!
Serina: Fine. If that's what it's all about, we can take care of that.
(Battlestar Galactica (1978); 1x02 - Lost Planet of the Gods (I)) x

Boomer: Tell the old man, I owed him one.
Athena: Doesn't change anything you did though!
Boomer: No. We all make our choices. Today I made a choice. I think it's my last one.
(Battlestar Galactica (2003); 4x23 - Daybreak (II)) x

Zoe: I don't want to beat him. Besides... I can design a chassis. It's not the same as making a robot.
Zoe (angel): Think of something bigger.
Zoe: And what would I create?
Zoe (angel): Life's a good start, I think.
(Caprica; 1x11 - The Things We Lock Away) x




Megan: I mean it. If we don't get our ducks in a row, we're going to regret it.
Laura: I dislike that expression. No one tells a duck what to do.
Cessily: That's so not true. I was at this hotel once and the ducks came right out of the elevator and climbed these little steps into a fountain. So cute!
Laura: I'm confident that your experience in the field of water-fowl management will be invaluable in a crisis.
(Marvel Comics; Pixie Strikes Back; 1 of 4) x

Victor - also: Anole. Green. A good kid.
Santo - also: Rockslide. Made of rock. Literally and metaphorically.
(Marvel Comics; Pixie Strikes Back; 2 of 4)

M: What's you game?
Layla: Nude twister, but not with you.
M: Doctor Doom.
Layla: Not him, either, and may I add : ewwww.
(Marvel Comics; X-Factor (III); issue #208) x

Prodigy: What intensity level do you want it at?
Wolverine: Ten hundred thousand.
Prodigy: Level one it is.
(Marvel Comics; Runaways (III); issue #10) x

Elsa Bloodstone: I make it six each.
Boom-Boom: Don't you try and impress me with your counting. You know I growed up in a trailer park.
(Marvel Comics; Nextwave; Agents of H.A.T.E.; issue #06)




"Statistical fact, Clark Kent can't get within five feet of Lana Lang without turning into a total freak show." (Smallville, Chloe; 1x01 - Pilot)




"This isn't Madison County and you are definitely not Clint Eastwood." (Eureka, Allison Blake; 1x01 - Pilot) x

Zane Donovan: Obsession with firearms can be a sign of unfulfilled sexual appetite. I'm not saying that's you, but if it is, I'm at your service. *Jo points a large gun at Zane* Whoa, whoa, whoa!
Jack Carter: Jo, Jo, Jo! Don't shoot the prisoner. Don't.
Jo Lupo: How about I just wing him?
(Eureka; 2x08 - E=MC...?) x

Beverly Barlowe: I'd like to speak to Kevin alone for a minute.
Allison Blake: I'd like you to go straight to hell. Trade you favors.
(Eureka; 2x13 - A Night at Global Dynamics) x

Zane Donovan: I still can't believe you talked me into chaperoning.
Jo Lupo: Hey, nobody snapped your fingers off.
Zane Donovan: The ease with which you say that is almost as disturbing as it is hot.
(Eureka; 2x13 - A Night at Global Dynamics) x




General Chang: We need breathing room.
Captain Kirk: Earth. Hitler, 1938.
(Star Trek; (VI) The Undiscovered Country)

Joret Dal: I'm sick of war. My people need peace.
Sito Jaxa: I never thought I'd hear a Cardassian say something like that.
Joret Dal: And I never thought a Bajoran would risk her life to help a Cardassian get home.
(Star Trek; TNG; 7x15 - Lower Decks) x

Subcommander T'Pol: My reason for being here is not espionage. My superiors simply asked me to assist you.
Captain Archer: Your superiors don't think we can flush a toilet without one of you to assist us.
(Star Trek; Enterprise; 1x01 - Broken Bow) x

Lt. Reed: Violence in a sanctuary, Captain?
Captain Archer: Very disrespectful. Boy, did it feel good.
(Star Trek; Enterprise; 1x07 - The Andorian Incident) x




Beka: Even if I knew what the hell you were talking about, which I don't, why do you think I'd tell you now?
Sid: Somebody's made you a better offer, haven't they? Who is it? Is it Quantum? Spacerunners?
Trance: I'm beginning to think your dad's friend is a criminal.
(Andromeda; 1x11 - The Pearls That Were His Eyes) x




Mitchell: Tell you what; these outfits make a bold statement. You don't reckon Landry's gonna make us work them into the rotation, do you?
Jackson: Well, let's see, that's Camouflage green and undercover rawhide. It's got a nice ring to it.
(Stargate SG-1; 9x04 - The Ties that Bind)

Mitchell: You know I read all the mission reports on the Asgard... they're not that I expected.
Carter: What were you expecting?
Mitchell: Well, pants, for one.
(Stargate SG-1; 9x13 - Ripple Effect) x

Weir: I'm still trying to understand how you thought it was a good idea to test this device by having someone throw you off a balcony.
McKay: Oh, believe me, that's not the first thing we tried.
Sheppard: I shot him. In the leg!
(Stargate Atlantis; 1x03 - Hide and Seek) x

Sheppard: What’s our status, Rodney?
McKay: I’d say screwed is an apt description.
(Stargate Atlantis; 5x17 - Infection)




"You shoot him, I shoot you, and leave both your bodies here for a late night snack. I'm thinking maybe pancakes." (Chuck, Col. Casey; 1x01 - Pilot)




"No other race in the universe goes camping. Celebrate your own uniqueness!" (Torchwood, Jack Harkness; 1x06 - Countrycide)




Jane: The girl is so obsessed with being beautiful that it turns her into something really ugly. That's the message of the poster. So it takes me a while.
Mr. O'Neill: But she looks so pretty and happy. Why not make the theme positive? Instead of "she vomits up dinner," how about "she barely touches dinner?"
Daria: You mean, being that gorgeous is so tiring that she's too exhausted to eat?
Mr. O'Neill: Exactly! See, even beautiful people have problems. So, hang in there, kids!
Jane: Boy, you really don't get it at all, do you?
Daria: Look, I didn't even want to write this stupid poem. I don't care about what other people do to themselves. But if you change that line, the poem becomes just another phony dishonest message. It'll applaud the same thing it criticized before.
(Daria; 2x01 - Arts 'n Crass) x

"Damn smoke pellet! Where'd I put that hatpin?" (Daria, Jake Morgendorffer; 5x06 - Lucky Strike) x




real people, who are awesome

"So there you have it, gay people. The ligislature in one of America's largest states has thought it over, debated it and decided that you can't have a basic civil right. But, hey, on the other hand, Meredith Baxter. Fu(beep)." (Jon Stewart - on The Daily Show; Dec.03/2009 episode)

"The first thing the Warren Commission found is that it is easier to reach a predetermined decision if you overlook pesky distractions. These include unreliable witnesses who might testify to things that don't fit in with your theory, physical evidence that hasn't been planted medical evidence that hasn't been altered, Mafia co-conspirators who haven't been rubbed out yet, et cetera." (Richard Belzer - from UFOs, JFK, and Elvis; pg. 33)




various books, movies & tv mini-series

Howard Montague: What does the gun do?
Joe Miller: It shoots bullets really fast.
(The Lost Room) x




and now for some quotes from fanfiction, just because

"On Sateda, we would beat him up."
Rodney blinked at him. "Because Teyla's interested in him? Shouldn't we, you know, wait until he acts interested?"
"No. Beat him up first. If he comes back he's serious."
The really horrible part was that Rodney could almost grasp the logic of that, which meant he'd suffered one too many concussions and obviously lost too many critical brain cells.
"Makes sense to me," Sheppard said.
(Sheppard's Pie Stargate Atlantis; by auburn) x




and also, some very silly website quotes, just because they are too silly not to include

Kara "Starfrak" Thrace is a conflicted mess who is good with a stick. Most of this comes from the fact she has a destiny... which was to piss off the fans with her stupid affair with her dead fiancee's retarded brother. Also, she was super-powered in the first season, being the best at pretty much everything until she landed on whatever hellhole Helo and his frak-bot were on.
That means she can fly men as well as she can fly a Viper ... which means both tend to crash and burn. Not even her husband can escape this fate.
Thrace also has the tendency, shall we say, to make herself available to many of the men on Galactica. Maybe she would have done the same to Admiral Cain had she lived.
(Starbuck (Kara Thrace) page @ Wiki Frakr; a Battlestar Galactica mock-wiki site) x.x

With muscles clearly larger than his balls, Sam's main role is as Starbuck's whipping boy but as previously established, he quite likes this. During the opening episode of Season 4, Sam's RED EYE was activated. Commonly thought to be a Cylon's means of identifying friend from foe, this is in fact a personal beeper system known only to him and Starbuck. She beeps, he comes a-running, and lots of frakking commences.
(...)
Sam has recently been elevated to badassery on Adama's and Rummy's level, having survived a bullet wound to the head. Sadly, his badassery was short-lived, since he's now a frakking vegetable, thanks to Cottle's first surgery cock-up.
(Sam Anders page @ Wiki Frakr; a Battlestar Galactica mock-wiki site) x

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