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The ultimate sin of any performer is contempt for the audience.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Wrongs are often forgiven, but contempt never is. Our pride remembers it forever. It implies a discovery of weakness, which we are more careful to conceal than a crime. Many a man will confess his crimes to a friend; but I never knew a man that would tell his silly weaknesses to his most intimate one.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I have been brought up and trained to have the utmost contempt for people who get drunk.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We are motivated by a keen desire for praise, and the better a man is the more he is inspired by glory. The very philosophers themselves, even in those books which they write in contempt of glory, inscribe their names.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In an expanding universe, time is on the side of the outcast. Those who once inhabited the suburbs of human contempt find that without changing their address they eventually live in the metropolis.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Women are an enslaved population -- the crop we harvest is children, the fields we work are houses. Women are forced into committing sexual acts with men that violate integrity because the universal religion -- contempt for women -- has as its first commandment that women exist purely as sexual fodder for men.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Ignorance, forgetfulness, or contempt of the rights of man are the only causes of public misfortunes and of the corruption of governments.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Familiarity may breed contempt in some areas of human behavior, but in the field of social ideas it is the touchstone of acceptability.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A rich rogue nowadays is fit company for any gentleman; and the world, my dear, hath not such a contempt for roguery as you imagine.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
What harm cause not those huge draughts or pictures which wanton youth with chalk or coals draw in each passage, wall or stairs of our great houses, whence a cruel contempt of our natural store is bred in them?More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
To be remembered after we are dead, is but poor recompense for being treated with contempt while we are living.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Poetry is the universal language which the heart holds with nature and itself. He who has a contempt for poetry, cannot have much respect for himself, or for anything else.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No wise man can have a contempt for the prejudices of others; and he should even stand in a certain awe of his own, as if they were aged parents and monitors. They may in the end prove wiser than he.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Among well bred people a mutual deference is affected, contempt for others is disguised; authority concealed; attention given to each in his turn; and an easy stream of conversation maintained without vehemence, without interruption, without eagerness for victory, and without any airs of superiority.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The usual fortune of complaint is to excite contempt more than pity.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
You should never assume contempt for that which it is not very manifest that you have it in your power to possess, nor does a wit ever make a more contemptible figure than when, in attempting satire, he shows that he does not understand that which he would make the subject of his ridicule.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Grow your tree of falsehood from a small grain of truth. Do not follow those who lie in contempt of reality. Let your lie be even more logical than the truth itself, so the weary travelers may find repose.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Of all the benefits which virtue confers on us, the contempt of death is one of the greatest.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The invalid is a parasite on society. In a certain state it is indecent to go on living. To vegetate on in cowardly dependence on physicians and medicaments after the meaning of life, the right to life, has been lost ought to entail the profound contempt of society.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We assume that politicians are without honor. We read their statements trying to crack the code. The scandals of their politics: not so much that men in high places lie, only that they do so with such indifference, so endlessly, still expecting to be believed. We are accustomed to the contempt inherent in the political lie.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Old age adds to the respect due to virtue, but it takes nothing from the contempt inspired by vice; it whitens only the hair.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
There is one principle that can keep a man in everlasting ignorance. That is contempt prior to investigation.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Love of glory can only create a great hero; contempt of glory creates a great man.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A patient going to a doctor for his first visit was asked, And whom did you consult before coming to me? Only the village druggist, was the answer. And what sort of foolish advice did that numbskull give you? asked the doctor, his tone and manner denoting his contempt for the advice of the layman. Oh, replied his patient, with no malice aforethought, he told me to come and see you.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Great art is the contempt of a great man for small art.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Never before has a civilization reached such a degree of a contempt for life; never before has a generation, drowned in mortification, felt such a rage to live.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In times of extremity, the people of Israel less often sought refuge in drink, or suicide, than any other race of Europe... The Jews hid their bravery under the cloak of submissiveness; their heroism in facing contempt surpasses that of saints.More [07/31/2005 12:07:00]
Bruno Buckingham: I have contempt for money.
Alex Lee: What, yours or mine?More [02/16/2006 12:02:00]
Alexander: What disturbs me most is not your lack of respect for my judgement, but your contempt for a world far older than ours.More [03/23/2007 12:03:00]
Willoughby: [speaking of Harry leaving the regement] We've been sent to war and the very next day he resigns. There's no doubt about it.
Jack Durrance: What's that supposed to mean?
Willoughby: I think it's perfectly clear what it means.
Castleton: Tom, don't be absurd!
William Trench: Shut up, Vicar.
Willoughby: It means he's a coward, Jack.
Jack Durrance: Say that to his face.
Willoughby: I would have done only he left the barracks before I had a chance.
Jack Durrance: Alright then, say it to my face.
William Trench: Easy, Jack.
Willoughby: Harry is a disgrace. He disgraced the regement.
Jack Durrance: He is the best soldier in the regement!
Willoughby: Obviously not when it counts. I will tell him. But not to his face. He doesn't deserve it. He deserves to be treated with the same contempt he treated us.
Jack Durrance: What contempt?
Willoughby: Did he talk to you about it? Did he talk to any of you? He's left with his back exposed and he didn't even have the courage to tell us. He was my friend too, Jack.
Jack Durrance: He'll be there.More [04/18/2007 12:04:00]
Jack: I don't actually know who I am by birth. I was... well, I was found.
Lady Bracknell: Found?
Jack: Yes. The late Mr. Thomas Cardew, an old gentlemen of a kindly disposition found me and gave me the name of Worthing because he happened to have a first class ticket to Worthing at the time. Worthing is a place in Sussex. It's a seaside resort.
Lady Bracknell: And where did this charitable gentlemen with the first class ticket to the seaside resort find you?
Jack: In a handbag.
Lady Bracknell: [closes eyes briefly] A handbag?
Jack: Yes, Lady Bracknell, I was in a hand bag. A somewhat large... black... leather handbag with handles... to it.
[pause]
Lady Bracknell: An ordinary handbag.
Lady Bracknell: And where did this Mr. James... or, Thomas Cardew come across this ordinary handbag?
Jack: The cloak room at Victoria Station. It was given to him in mistake for his own...
Lady Bracknell: [Shocked] The cloak room at Victoria Station?
Jack: Yes. The Brighton line.
Lady Bracknell: The line is immaterial.
[begins tearing up notes]
Lady Bracknell: Mr. Worthing. I must confess that I feel somewhat bewildered by what you have just told me. To be born, or at any rate bred in a handbag, whether it have handles or not, seems to me to display a contempt for the ordinary decencies of family life which reminds one of the worst excesses of the French revolution, and I presume you know what that unfortunate movement led to?More [04/20/2007 12:04:00]
Raoul Duke: Few people understand the psychology of dealing with a highway traffic cop. A normal speeder will panic and immediately pull over to the side. This is wrong. It arouses contempt in the cop heart. Make the bastard chase you. He will follow. But he won't know what to make of your blinker signal that says you are about to turn right. This is to let him know you're pulling off for a proper place to talk. It will take him a moment to realize that he's about to make a 180 degree turn at speed, but you will be ready for it. Brace for the g's, and fast heel-toe work.More [06/12/2007 12:06:00]
Judge Danforth: If you do not give me his name, I will have you arrested for contempt of court.
Giles Corey: This is a hearing. You cannot arrest me for contempt of a hearing.More [07/15/2007 12:07:00]
Kup: I can't transform.
Hot Rod: Keep trying.
Quintesson: Quiet or you'll be held in contempt of this court.
Hot Rod: I have nothing but contempt for this court.More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
Preservation of one's own culture does not require contempt or disrespect for other cultures.More [01/08/2008 12:01:00]
[Delivering a message from King Henry to the French King]
Exeter: This is his claim, his threatening and my message. Unless the *Dolphin*
[intentionally mispronounced]
Exeter: be in presence here, to whom expressly I bring greeting too.
French King: For us, we will consider of this further. Tomorrow shall you bear our full intent back to our brother England.
Dauphin: For the *Dauphin*
[emphasizes the correct pronunciation]
Dauphin: , I stand here for him. What to him from England?
Exeter: Scorn and defiance, slight regard, contempt and any thing that may not misbecome the mighty sender, doth he prize you at. Thus says my king.More [03/08/2008 12:03:00]
Judge: [after Drummond asks the judge for permission to withdraw form the case] Colonel Drummond, what reasons can you possibly have?
Henry Drummond: [Indicates the crowd] Well, there are two hundred of them.
[Crowd reacts angrily]
Henry Drummond: And if that's not enough there's one more. I think my client has already been found guilty.
Matthew Harrison Brady: [Rises] Is Mr. Drummond saying that this expression of an honest emotion will in any way influence the court's impartial administration of the law?
Henry Drummond: I say that you cannot administer a wicked law impartially. You can only destroy, you can only punish. And I warn you, that a wicked law, like cholera, destroys every one it touches. Its upholders as well as its defiers.
Judge: Colonel Drummond...
Henry Drummond: Can't you understand? That if you take a law like evolution and you make it a crime to teach it in the public schools, tomorrow you can make it a crime to teach it in the private schools? And tomorrow you may make it a crime to read about it. And soon you may ban books and newspapers. And then you may turn Catholic against Protestant, and Protestant against Protestant, and try to foist your own religion upon the mind of man. If you can do one, you can do the other. Because fanaticism and ignorance is forever busy, and needs feeding. And soon, your Honor, with banners flying and with drums beating we'll be marching backward, BACKWARD, through the glorious ages of that Sixteenth Century when bigots burned the man who dared bring enlightenment and intelligence to the human mind!
Judge: I hope counsel does not mean to imply that this court is bigoted.
Henry Drummond: Well, your honor has the right to hope.
Judge: I have the right to do more than that.
Henry Drummond: You have the power to do more than that.
[the Judge holds Drummond in contempt of court]More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
[to The Bride, about training with Pai Mei]
Bill: He hates Caucasians, despises Americans, and has nothing but contempt for women... so in your case, it might take a while.More [05/29/2008 12:05:00]
Bill: [after the Bride asks Bill when she will see him again] When he tells me your done.
The Bride: When do you think that might be?
Bill: That, my dearest, depends entirely on you. Now remember, no sarcasm, no back talk. At least, not for the first year or so. You're gonna have to let him warm up to you. He hates Caucasians, despises Americans, and has nothing but contempt for women. So in your case... it might take a little while. Adiós.More [05/29/2008 12:05:00]
Judge: Young lady, do you realize that you're guilty of contempt of court?
Betsy Brown: I'm awfully sorry, Mr. Judge, but it just made me mad to hear Miss Wendling say those things about my friends. They're not true. They're wonderful actors, just wonderful!
Judge: This young lady doesn't seem to agree with you, Miss Wendling.
Betsy Brown: That's because she never saw them act, did you, Miss Wendling? And if you saw them act, Mr. Judge, if you saw Jimmy and his Jazz Bandits and everyone, you'd think they were wonderful, too!
Perry: Your honor, if it pleases the court...
Judge: Just a minute. I believe this court could be saved a lot of time and argument by following the splendid suggestion that has just been made. It seems the immediate issue in this case is whether the plaintiff's wish to invest his money in a theatrical production is a sound one. I want to see the show right here in this courtroom tomorrow!More [07/29/2008 12:07:00]
Jimmy Porter: Well, what's the matter with you?
Helena Charles: I just feel quite sick, that's all. Sick with contempt and loathing.More [08/12/2008 12:08:00]
Stony Brooke:
Just a minute! What kind of farce do you call this?



Mayor Gil Byron:
Don't you approve of the way we hold court?



Stony Brooke:
This isn't a court, it's a three-ring circus.



Judge Henry J. Hixon:
Careful, young man...



Stony Brooke:
Of what? You're sworn to uphold the laws of this territory and what do yo do? Jump like a rabbit every time he cracks a whip.



Judge Henry J. Hixon:
One more word from you and I'll fine you for contempt!



Stony Brooke:
Word fail to express my contempt for this court.

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[in court]



Joe McDoakes:
...not guilty.



Judge:
I beg your pardon?



Joe McDoakes:
I said I'm not guilty, your honor.



Judge:
You realize that by pleading guilty and paying two dollars, the case will be dismissed?



Joe McDoakes:
I don't want it dismissed. I'm not guilty. What kind of a city is this anyhow? You got signals that go up and down and up and down and up and down.



Judge:
Do you waive a trial by jury?



Joe McDoakes:
I waive nothing. I want the best jury in the country. I wouldn't trust my fate in the hands of any one servant of this this corrupted city.



Judge:
All right. Jury trial, date to be set. Defendant pleads not guilty. You're free to go now, Mr. McDoakes.



Joe McDoakes:
Darn right I am.



Judge:
Except for one thing.



Judge:
What?



Judge:
The fine for contempt of court is fifty dollars.



Joe McDoakes:
[shouts] Fifty dollars?



Judge:
Seventy-five.



Joe McDoakes:
[shouts] For what?



Judge:
One hundred. Step over to the bailiff.

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Addison DeWitt:
What do you take me for?



Eve Harrington:
I don't know that I'd take you for anything.



Addison DeWitt:
Is it possible, even conceivable, that you've confused me with that gang of backward children you play tricks on, that you have the same contempt for me as you have for them?



Eve Harrington:
I'm sure you mean something by that, Addison, but I don't know what?



Addison DeWitt:
Look closely, Eve. It's time you did. I am Addison DeWitt. I am nobody's fool, least of all yours.



Eve Harrington:
I never intended you to be.



Addison DeWitt:
Yes you did, and you still do.



Eve Harrington:
I still don't know what you're getting at, but right now I want to take my nap. It's important--



Addison DeWitt:
It's important right now that we talk, killer to killer.



Eve Harrington:
Champion to champion.



Addison DeWitt:
Not with me, you're no champion. You're stepping way up in class.



Eve Harrington:
Addison, will you please say what you have to say, plainly and distinctly, and then get out, so I can take my nap?



Addison DeWitt:
Very well -- plainly and distinctly -- though I consider it unnecessary because you know as well as I do what I'm going to say: Lloyd may leave Karen, but he will not leave Karen for you.



Eve Harrington:
What do you mean by that?



Addison DeWitt:
More plainly and more distinctly: I have not come to New Haven to see the play, discuss your dreams, or pull the ivy from the walls of Yale. I have come here to tell you that you will not marry Lloyd, or anyone else for that matter, because I will not permit it.



Eve Harrington:
What have you got to do with it?



Addison DeWitt:
Everything, because after tonight, you will belong to me.



Eve Harrington:
Belong? To you? I can't believe my ears!



Addison DeWitt:
What a dull cliché.



Eve Harrington:
Belong to you - why, that sounds medieval, something out of an old melodrama!



Addison DeWitt:
So does the history of the world for the past twenty years. I don't enjoy putting it as bluntly as this. Frankly, I'd hoped that somehow you would have known, that you would have taken it for granted that you and I--



Eve Harrington:
Taken it for granted that you and I . . .


[laughs]



Addison DeWitt:
[slaps her] Now, remember, as long as you live, never to laugh at me -- at anything or anyone else, but never at me.



Eve Harrington:
[walks to the door and opens it] Get out!



Addison DeWitt:
You're too short for that gesture. Besides, it went out with Mrs. Fiske.

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Addison DeWitt:
That I should want you at all suddenly strikes me as the height of improbability. But that in itself is probably the reason: You're an improbable person, Eve, and so am I. We have that in common. Also our contempt for humanity and inability to love and be loved, insatiable ambition, and talent. We deserve each other.

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[first lines]



Narrator:
At exactly 3:45 on that Saturday afternoon in the last week of September, Marvin Unger was, perhaps, the only one among the hundred thousand people at the track who felt no thrill at the running of the fifth race. He was totally disinterested in horse racing and held a lifelong contempt for gambling. Nevertheless, he had a $5 win bet on every horse in the fifth race. He knew, of course, that this rather unique system of betting would more than likely result in a loss, but he didn't care. For after all, he thought, what would the loss of twenty or thirty dollars mean in comparison to the vast sum of money ultimately at stake.

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Charlie Anderson:
Do you like her?



Lt. Sam:
Well, I just said I...



Charlie Anderson:
No, no. You just said you loved her. There's some difference between lovin' and likin'. When I married Jennie's mother, I-I didn't love her - I liked her... I liked her a lot. I liked Martha for at least three years after we were married and then one day it just dawned on me I loved her. I still do... still do. You see, Sam, when you love a woman without likin' her, the night can be long and cold, and contempt comes up with the sun.

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Oliver Cromwell:
Now do we see in what contempt this King holds this house and this nation.

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Peter Cable:
I have no idea what I'm going to do. I'm so deeply puzzled. I've done terrible things, I've killed three people. Really, I don't consider myself a terrible man, no more than-than others. See, Tom Gruneman had discovered me. We were here on business together and he found me and Jane McKenna in my hotel room. She had become hysterical and she started screaming and I guess I hit her. I don't actually recall, it all happened so quickly. Anyway, she fell and hit her head and that's when Tom came in the room. I guess he must have heard her screaming. But I never understood really why she... she did that, she had never screamed before. And it was the revulsion and the contempt that I saw in his face. And the certainty that sooner or later he would use it against me within the company. And I tried to endure that as long as I possibly could, you see. Just want me to keep on talking, don't you?



Bree Daniel:
No, I don't. I do understand, I really do.



Peter Cable:
Make a man think that he's accepted. It's all a great big game to you. I mean, you're all obviously too lazy and too warped to do anything meaningful with your lives so you prey upon the sexual fantasies of others. I'm sure it comes as no great suprise to you when I say that there are little corners in everyone which were better off left alone; sicknesses, weaknesses, which-which should never be exposed. But... that's your stock in trade, isn't it - a man's weakness? And I was never really fully aware of mine... until you brought them out.

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El Albañil:
I don't like doing things unless I know what they're for. I don't trust, on principle.



Xavi:
What are you afraid of? That I'm an agent?



El Albañil:
Even if you were, the police know all about me. I've been in and out of jail for years. No, I'm only afraid of getting into something wrong.



Xavi:
It can't be wrong if it's against the Franco regime.



El Albañil:
That's what you say. This thing you're doing, kidnapping industrialists, planting bombs, some Civil Guard killed. These are pointless actions.



Xavi:
What does the good fight mean to you then?



El Albañil:
The struggle's different for us. It's a day to day business. It's organization, getting more and more support. It's trying to change people's minds, little by little, day by day. It's easy to have contempt for shitty work like that.



Xavi:
I think you have comtempt for us.



El Albañil:
No. Thing is, I believe in collective action, by and for the maximum number of people possible.



Xavi:
Our action is for everyone. You can't imagine how useful it will be.



El Albañil:
Well, what can I say? Good luck.



Xavi:
Known who the place is for? Carrero Blanco.



El Albañil:
Holy shit! And you're telling this to someone you don't know?



Xavi:
If my comrades found out, they'd spit in my face, then kill me, and they'd be right.

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Stephanie Anderson:
You know I have nothing but contempt for you. Sitting there year after year listening to miserable people like me tell you how the world does destroy them. Have you ever once felt anything like the pain they feel? All the despair...all the fear? You make your living from their suffering and you don't understand a shred of it. Anyone of us is more qualified to speak than you because we have been there. We are still there.

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Proctor:
Gee, sir, I thought you could only get contempt of court for opening your mouth!

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Matthew Harrison Brady:
Your Honor, I wish Mr. Drummond to have all the latitude he wants. We know what he's after. He's here to condemn revealed religion. I am here to defend it. Well, let him ask any question he may wish. I am perfectly willing to sit here and protect the world of God against the greatest atheist in the United States! Let him sneer. Let him show his disrespect.


[Turns to Drummond]



Matthew Harrison Brady:
You're only pleading the case of the prosecution with your contempt for all that is holy.

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William Douglas Street:
It amazes me that whites avidly seek after all the accoutrements of black style. You pickle your bodies in gallons of tanning lotion, you broil your pale flesh brown in the tanning spas at great expense and all the while maintaining such a marvelous contempt for black people. You wily Caucasians.

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Catwoman:
We need to talk. You see, you and I have something in common.



The Penguin:
Sounds familiar. Appetite for destruction? Contempt for the czars of fashion? Wait, don't tell me... naked sexual charisma.



Catwoman:
Batman. The thorn in both our sides. The fly in our ointment.



The Penguin:
Ointment! Scented or unscented?

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Judge Chamberlain Haller:
The next words out of your mouth better be "guilty" or "not guilty." I don't want to hear commentary, argument, or opinion. If I hear anything other than "guilty" or "not guilty", you'll be in contempt. I don't even want to hear you clear your throat. Now, how do your clients plead?



Vinny Gambini:
I think I get the point.



Judge Chamberlain Haller:
No, I don't think you do. You're now in contempt of court. Would you like to go for two counts contempt?



Vinny Gambini:
Not guilty.



Judge Chamberlain Haller:
Thank you. Bail will be set at $200,000.

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Judge Chamberlain Haller:
I don't like your attitude.



Vinny Gambini:
So what else is new?



Judge Chamberlain Haller:
I'm holding you in contempt of court.



Vinny Gambini:
[to Bill] Now there's a fucking surprise.



Judge Chamberlain Haller:
What did you say? What did you just say?



Vinny Gambini:
Huh? What did I say?

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Silverbolt:
You wanted to see me, Optimus?



Optimus Primal:
Yes! I don't know how long this has been going on but it stops now, understand?



Silverbolt:
I am not sure to what you are referring to.



Optimus Primal:
I mean you and a certain female Predacon or am I wrong? Tell me I'm wrong and I'll apologize.


[Silverbolt looks down as if he's guilty of something]



Optimus Primal:
It figures.



Silverbolt:
I believe I can change her.



Optimus Primal:
Don't be a fool. She may have been made from Maximal parts but she is a Predacon to the core.



Silverbolt:
As was I.



Optimus Primal:
You didn't know any better. The sheer contempt of this is appalling.


[heavy sigh]



Optimus Primal:
Silverbolt, you are the most noble individual I know. That is your strength, it is also your weakness. Blackarachnia is using you.



Silverbolt:
I do not believe that, sir.



Optimus Primal:
Whether you believe it or not is inmaterial. If we weren't holding Megatron... You are confined to quarters. I'll send Cheetor after the spider woman.



Silverbolt:
Optimus, sir.



Optimus Primal:
Yes, Silverbolt.



Silverbolt:
I believe that Blackarachnia trusts me but she would show no such compunctions against Cheetor. If anything, please let me try and bring her in.



Optimus Primal:
[heavy sigh] You are confined to quarters.

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Ezekiel Cheever:
Purge your contempt and give us the name of the man who accused Putnam. You will say it, Corey.



Reverend Parris:
Speak man, we cannot releant. What say you, Corey?



Giles Corey:
More... Weight.



Reverend Parris:
Lay on. You are commanded by the court. Lay On!



Giles Corey:
AAH!


[he dies]

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Brad Dupree:
[reading Lester's job description] "My job consists of basically masking my contempt for the assholes in charge, and, at least once a day, retiring to the men's room so I can jerk off while I fantasize about a life that doesn't so closely resemble Hell." Well, you have absolutely no interest in saving yourself.



Lester Burnham:
Brad, for 14 years I've been a whore for the advertising industry. The only way I could save myself now is if I start firebombing.

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