>"God didn't kill that little girl. Fate didn't butcher her, and destiny didn't feed her to those dogs."
>"God doesn't make the world this way. We do."
Favorite quotes thread?
"Heard joke once: Man goes to doctor. Says he's depressed. Says life seems harsh and cruel. Says he feels all alone in a threatening world where what lies ahead is vague and uncertain. Doctor says, "Treatment is simple. Great clown Pagliacci is in town tonight. Go and see him. That should pick you up." Man bursts into tears. Says, "But doctor...I am Pagliacci.”
>I murdered your mother Barry.
>YOU'RE NOT GOING TO MAKE ME CRY ANY MORE! I WON'T %$@## CRY FOR YOU, YOU LITTLE $%&#!
>IMMA %$#&* SHAAAAARK!
>I can See you!
>Dukes Pool Hall
>Arise the demon ESTROGAN!
>Try the red one.
>Well isn't just typical! Can't let those dirty muties get any free handouts!
>Is that ALL I am to you!? A good time?
>No... I left money on the dresser
"The plastic tips at the ends of shoelaces are called aglets. Their true purpose is sinister! " - The Question
I still like to believe that they cracked the Question and he was spilling what he thought was pertinent information.
"Topically applied fluoride doesn't prevent tooth decay! It does render teeth detectable by spy satellite!"
Oh fucking hell, I didn't need those flashback feels.
"Long after you are dead, and this city is ashes, and your species is extinct... and this planet is a graveyard, and every star in its sky has gone dark, and all the universe beyond is lifeless and still... I will carry your memory with me, perfect in every detail, into the next universe. And I will see you then exactly as I see you now. Warm and passionate and violent and alluring and misguided and aroused and damaged and alive. From my point of view, you will never truly die, Kozue"
Hakuna Matata was shown in the Lion King to be a fallacious philosophy.
Simba goes to the jungle. He is taught by Timon and Pumbaa to forget about his troubles and live a life with "No worries". But reality comes crashing down in the form of Nala, and her news about how bad things have gotten back at Pride Rock, but Simba just wants to pussy out and run away from his past and forget about it. But he eventually DOES go back and defeat Scar and set things right.
Timon and Pumbaa are demonstrated to be full. Of. Shit.
Stood in firelight, sweltering. Bloodstain on chest like map of violent new continent. Felt cleansed. Felt dark planet turn under my feet and knew what cats know that makes them scream like babies in night.
Looked at sky through smoke heavy with human fat and God was not there. The cold, suffocating dark goes on forever and we are alone. Live our lives, lacking anything better to do. Devise reason later. Born from oblivion; bear children, hell-bound as ourselves, go into oblivion. There is nothing else.
Existence is random. Has no pattern save what we imagine after staring at it for too long. No meaning save what we choose to impose. This rudderless world is not shaped by vague metaphysical forces. It is not God who kills the children. Not fate that butchers them or destiny that feeds them to the dogs. It’s us. Only us. Streets stank of fire. The void breathed hard on my heart, turning its illusions to ice, shattering them. Was reborn then, free to scrawl own design on this morally blank world.
> quotes JLU animated series
> post comic book Question
You might as well have posted:
" The UN is leading America to a totalitarian police state and Obamacare is a new form of slavery." - The Question
>every Question is the best Question, because every Question is a different Question
VicSage that shit.
"You don't get it, boy. This isn't a mudhole. It's an operating table. And *I'm* the surgeon."
Yes that was the point I was making.
I had to explain this to a befringed stoner over and over again I used to know years ago. I'm amazed how people can miss a point in a fucking children's cartoon movie.
What about favorite pages/panels, because sometimes imagery is just as important as the quote?
"When you realise what a joke everything is, being the Comedian is the only thing that makes sense."
>In a Monarchy, the king and his family are the country
Is this really what Americans believe? And I'm not talking about modern monarchies, even in the old times what constitutes a royal family was so fucked up so for someone to rule there's always a rule of 'whoever has the biggest army/support on their side'. It's still the people's choice in a way.
First time I read this I was a kid and I had already seen "Much ado about nutting" which was one of my favorite Chuck Jones shorts, so this instantly became one of my fav FP moments.