"I have no enemies. I don’t permit such a thing."
— Anton Chigurgh (No Country For Old Menor by Cormac McCarthy)
"Just take a real look at a tree. It may have stood for 2000 years and can you imagine what it has seen? Is it worth cutting down just to make another supermarket?"
— Jane Goodall
So Stephen Colbert is leaving the Colbert Report in a year to take over for Letterman and that is the saddest thing I can think of at the moment. He’s going to do the show out of character, with a house band, and with boring opening monologues? No Threatdown, no Tip of the Hat Wag of the Finger, no more Report. I’ll enjoy the last year of Colbert but I will deeply miss the wit and humor The Report has given American for almost a decade now.
"It takes very little to govern good people. Very little. And bad people can’t be governed at all. Or if they could I never heard of it."
— 'No Country For Old Men' by Cormac McCarthy
"He remembered waking once on such a night to the clatter of crabs in the pan where he’d left steakbones from the night before. Faint deep coals of driftwood pulsing in the onshore wind. Lying under a myriad of stars. The sea’s black horizon. He rose and walked out and stood barefoot in the sand and watched the pale surf appear all down the shore and roll and crash and darken again. When he went back to the fire he knelt and smoothed her hair as she slept and said if he were God he would have made the world just so and no different."
— The Road by Cormac McCarthy
"I have lived a thousand lives and I’ve loved a thousand loves. I’ve walked on distant worlds and seen the end of time. Because I read."
— George R.R. Martin (via thatlitsite)
"It wasn’t so long ago. We had heroes."
— Frank Miller
"You don’t realize how long a year is until you spend it completely sober."
— Bill Burr
"…look at the stars. They are so far away, and their light takes so long to reach us…all we ever see of stars are their old photographs."
— The Watchmen (Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons)