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I am dying from the treatment of too many physicians.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I feel that any form of so called psychotherapy is strongly contraindicated for addicts. The question Why did you start using narcotics in the first place? should never be asked. It is quite as irrelevant to treatment as it would be to ask a malarial patient why he went to a malarial area.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The more perfect a thing is, the more susceptible to good and bad treatment it is.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If I am to care for people in hospital I really must know every aspect of their treatment and to understand their suffering.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
As in nature, as in art, so in grace; it is rough treatment that gives souls, as well as stones, their luster. The more the diamond is cut the brighter it sparkles; and in what seems hard dealing, there God has no end in view but to perfect His people.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Some men demand rough treatment everywhere!More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Life and language are alike sacred. Homicide and verbicide --that is, violent treatment of a word with fatal results to its legitimate meaning, which is its life --are alike forbidden.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The decay of decency in the modern age, the rebellion against law and good faith, the treatment of human beings as things, as the mere instruments of power and ambition, is without a doubt the consequence of the decay of the belief in man as something more than an animal animated by highly conditioned reflexes and chemical reactions. For, unless man is something more than that, he has no rights that anyone is bound to respect, and there are no limitations upon his conduct which he is bound to obey.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If the study of all these sciences which we have enumerated, should ever bring us to their mutual association and relationship, and teach us the nature of the ties which bind them together, I believe that the diligent treatment of them will forward the objects which we have in view, and that the labor, which otherwise would be fruitless, will be well bestowed.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
He [Freud] often said three things were impossible to fulfill completely; healing, education, governing. He limited his goals in analytic treatment to brining the patient to the point where he could work for a living and learn to love.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Narcissist: psychoanalytic term for the person who loves himself more than his analyst; considered to be the manifestation of a dire mental disease whose successful treatment depends on the patient learning to love the analyst more and himself less.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
But, you know, the issues of humanity and what is fair treatment and good treatment of a fellow human being should not really be based on a personal sense of right and wrong or judgment.More [03/21/2006 12:03:00]
I'm living proof that early diagnosis and treatment can improve your chances of surviving oral, head and neck cancer.More [08/03/2006 12:08:00]
Ginarrbrik: [Taunting Edmund, who has been tied to a tree and gagged] Is our little prince uncomfortable? Does he want his pillow fluffed? Special treatment for the special boy! Isn't that what you wanted?More [04/02/2007 12:04:00]
Cecil: According to legend, when Kurt was 13 he was discovered in the family loo at the service of his older brother, and was promptly sent off for eighteen months of electric shock treatment. It was guaranteed the treatment would fry the fairy clean out of him, but all it did was make him go bonkers whenever he heard an electric guitar.More [05/27/2007 12:05:00]
Jack: [Begins to undress] We are all naked in the eyes of the lord.
Henry: STOP! This man is clinically insane! He is presently undergoing treatment at Cedarbrook Hospital under my supervision!More [09/28/2007 12:09:00]
Henry: [in the hospital room of whom they think is Dr. Weitzman] Father, may I say a few words? I knew this man perhaps better than anyone here. I pledge to continue his work for as long as I live.
[near tears]
Henry: He devoted his life to the treatment for the insane.
Billy: [looks at the corpse - turns to Henry] Henry, may I say a few words?
Henry: Oh certainly, William.
Billy: It's not him.
Henry: [after pause] Perhaps I'd better bring my remarks to a close.More [09/28/2007 12:09:00]
Dr. Barringer, Clinic Director: There is one outside chance for a cure. I think of it as shock treatment - as I said, it's a very outside chance... Have you ever heard of exorcism? Well, it's a stylized ritual in which the rabbi or the priest try to drive out the so-called invading spirit. It's been pretty much discarded these days except by the Catholics who keep it in the closet as a sort of an embarrassment, but uh, it has worked. In fact, although not for the reasons they think, of course. It's purely a force of suggestion. The victim's belief in possession is what helped cause it, so in that same way, a belief in the power of exorcism can make it disappear.
Chris MacNeil: You're telling me that I should take my daughter to a witch doctor? Is that it?More [10/22/2007 12:10:00]
Child labor and poverty are inevitably bound together and if you continue to use the labor of children as the treatment for the social disease of poverty, you will have both poverty and child labor to the end of time.More [12/25/2007 12:12:00]
The involuntary character of psychiatric treatment is at odds with the spirit and ethics of medicine itself.More [03/10/2008 12:03:00]
Henry Gibson: Although, so far there's no known treatment for death's crippling effects, still everyone can acquaint himself with the three early warning signs of death: one, rigor mortis; two, a rotting smell; three, occasional drowsiness.More [05/25/2008 12:05:00]
Joe Clark: I don't have time for Mrs. Elliott's problem!
Dr. Frank Napier: You better make time!
Joe Clark: We are being crucified by a process that is turning blacks into a permanent underclass here, Frank. A permanent underclass!
[Dr. Napier turns away from him and puts some papers in his briefcase]
Joe Clark: See! See, nobody wants to talk about that! NOBODY! Mrs. Elliott's missionary zeal about Mozart has nothing to do with our problem. Nothing! What good is Mozart going to do a bunch of children who can't go out and get a job?
Dr. Frank Napier: Joe, your personal battles are gonna cost us the war. Worry about the test scores.
Joe Clark: WHAT THE HELL YOU THINK I'M WORRIED ABOUT?
Dr. Frank Napier: END OF DISCUSSION! You will write a formal apology!
Joe Clark: I will what?
Dr. Frank Napier: A formal apology for your treatment of Mrs. Elliott and Darnell and for your vicious and thoughtless insults to the women of this community! You will kow tow. You will step and fetch!
Joe Clark: If you think that I'm gonna...
Dr. Frank Napier: [slams briefcase shut] Get used to it! It's the WAY OF THE WORLD! If you're so hot on discipline, then goddammit
[pounds on briefcase]
Dr. Frank Napier: start by accepting mine because contrary to popular opinion, I'M THE HEAD NIGGER IN CHARGE!
[He grabs his briefcase and heads for the door]
Dr. Frank Napier: Come on, let's get something to eat.
Joe Clark: [following him to the door and walking out with him] You really think you bad, don't you?More [07/13/2008 12:07:00]
Hubert 'Bertie' Minchin: Today, my good woman, the British army is behind me.
Amanda Minchin of Minchin Seminary for Girls: Hubert, that uniform! You're not going to war?
Hubert 'Bertie' Minchin: Quite. To the very cannon's mouth, if need be!
Amanda Minchin of Minchin Seminary for Girls: But why?
Hubert 'Bertie' Minchin: Because, old girl, I'm fed to the teeth with your bullying. And your treatment of Rose and little Sara is the last straw! I prefer the less painful horrors of the battlefield.
Amanda Minchin of Minchin Seminary for Girls: Are you daring to criticize me?
Hubert 'Bertie' Minchin: Astonishing, isn't it? But it proves that I'm competent to lead my men into the very jaws of death!More [07/31/2008 12:07:00]
Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Assuming you found Cochise, would he listen to you? Would he believe you?



Captain Yorke:
Cochise knows me, sir. I've never lied to him. And if you can assure him decent treatment for his people...



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
I'll confess he interests me. These eastern newspapers... I hadn't realized Cochise was so well known.



Captain Collingwood:
Oh, he's known. He's had the laugh on every troop in the southwest, these three years. Six campaigns... out-generaled us, out-fought us, out-run us.



Captain Yorke:
That's just the point, sir. There aren't enough troops in the whole territory to MAKE Cochise come back. But, one man - a man he trusts - might persuade him.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Carbine against his spine might be more persuasive.



Captain Yorke:
Well, I'll go in unarmed, sir. I can't fight my way in. Either walk in or...



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
[to himself] The man who brought Cochise back...


[to Capt. Yorke]



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
I'm for it, Captain. How many men will you need?



Captain Yorke:
One, sir. Sergeant Beaufort.



RSM Michael O'Rourke:
PRIVATE Beaufort, sir!



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Why him?



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
He speaks Spanish - so does Cochise. My Apache has its limits.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Shouldn't you take another officer instead?



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Well, Sergeant Beaufort was...



RSM Michael O'Rourke:
PRIVATE Beaufort, sir!



Captain Yorke:
Private Beaufort was a major in the Confederate army... an aide to Jeb Stuart.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Hmm. I remember "Kaydet" Stuart. He was...



Captain Collingwood:
Quite.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Were you saying something, Captain?



Captain Collingwood:
I said, "Quite," sir.



Captain Yorke:
I'd like to leave at once if the Colonel has no questions.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Hmm? What?



Captain Yorke:
Questions, sir?



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
No. No questions. Proceed, Captain... take your ex-rebel.

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Morticia:
Mr. Addams' treatment for Grandmama's back had the whole medical world agog.



Gomez:
Agog? Aghast.

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Professor Henry Higgins:
How poignant it will be on that inevitable night, when she shows up on my door in tears and rags! Miserable and lonely, repentant and contrite! Shall I take her in, or hurl her to the wolves? Give her kindness, or the treatment she deserves? Will I take her back, or THROW THE BAGGAGE OUT? Well, I'm a most forgiving man. The sort who never could, ever would, take a position and staunchly never budge. A *most* forgiving man... But, I shall NEVER take her back! If she were crawling on her KNEES! Let her promise to atone, let her shiver, let her moan, I'll slam the door and let the hellcat FREEZE! Marry Freddy! HA!


[turns to unlock the door, but stops in despair]



Professor Henry Higgins:
But I'm so used to hear her say, "Good morning" every day... Her joys, her woes, her highs, her lows, are second nature to me now, like breathing out and breathing in... I'm very grateful she's a woman, and so easy to forget! Rather like a habit one can always break... And yet... I've grown accustomed to the trace... of something in the air... Accustomed... to her... face.

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Professor Henry Higgins:
May I ask, do you complain of your treatment here?



Eliza Doolittle:
No.



Professor Henry Higgins:
Has anyone behaved badly? Colonel Pickering, Mrs. Pearce?



Eliza Doolittle:
No.



Professor Henry Higgins:
You certainly don't pretend that I have treated you badly?



Eliza Doolittle:
No.

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Sgt. Ed Musso:
You're under arrest, Tom. The big one. Murder. The killing of Liz Thayer.



Sgt. Tom Valens:
[slumping onto a chair in shock] Oh, no. When? How?



Sgt. Ed Musso:
The custodian found her in Rustin's office. The place had been torn apart. She'd been choked and badly beaten. She was seen entering the office at 4:30, you were seen leaving around 5:00.



Sgt. Tom Valens:
I went to see her, but the door was locked, I couldn't get in.



Sgt. Ed Musso:
The custodian said he saw you with your hand on the knob like you'd closed the door. Tom, we found your fingerprints all over the treatment room!



Sgt. Tom Valens:
You said the place had been torn apart.



Sgt. Ed Musso:
I was being polite, it looked like a tornado hit it! All the files dumped on the floor, furniture smashed, even the Mexican nicknacks on the wall had been smashed, like some maniac was trying to destroy everything he could get his hands on.



Sgt. Tom Valens:
Somebody's looking for something, and theyn can't find it. Somebody important. Somebody who's involved in this besides Rustin.



Sgt. Ed Musso:
Sure, you! The boys downtown figure you've been pushing that Rustin gun story for so long you've flipped, and tore the place apart yourself!



Sgt. Tom Valens:
The gun! That must be the answer to everything!

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Archie:
Free treatment for VD. VD. Do you know what *that* means, Edith?



Edith:
oh, yeah. V-D day.

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Lord Bullingdon:
Don't you think he fits my shoes very well Your Ladyship?


[kneels to his stepbrother]



Lord Bullingdon:
Dear child, what a pity it is I am not dead, for your sake. The Lyndons would then have a worthy representative and enjoy all the benefits of the illustrious blood of the Barrys of Barryville. Would they not... Mr. Redmond Barry?



Lady Lyndon:
From the way I love this child my lord, you ought to know how I would have loved his elder brother had he proved worthy of any mother's affection.



Lord Bullingdon:
Madam! I have born as long as mortal could endure the ill-treatment of the insolent Irish upstart whom you've taken into your bed. It is not only the lowness of his birth and the general brutality of his manners which disgusts me, but the shameful nature of his conduct towards Your Ladyship. His brutal and ungentleman-like behavior, his open infidelity, his shameless robberies and swindling of my property, and yours. And as I cannot personally chastise this lowbred ruffian, and as I cannot bear to witness his treatment of you and loathe his horrible society as if it were the plague; I have decided to leave my home and never return, at least during his detested life or during my own.

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[Blake is under treatment after witnessing a massacre]



Dr. Havant:
Reality is a dangerous concept. Each one of us interprets it in a slightly different way. Every sense impression is filtered by the brain and altered, sometimes just a little, sometimes completely, to fit our individual model of what the world is about. If that model should be challenged...



Roj Blake:
[chanting over and over to himself] I am *not* insane. I am *not* insane...



Dr. Havant:
No. You must put that thought completely out of your mind. You've had a shock.



Roj Blake:
[stops chanting] Yes.



Dr. Havant:
We must work together to uncover what that shock was. I'm going to prescribe a mild sedative -



Roj Blake:
No drugs!



Dr. Havant:
A mild sedative to help you to sleep. You must rest.



Roj Blake:
No! No drugs.



Dr. Havant:
All right, no drugs. Now try not to think an more. Don't worry, we'll get it sorted out.

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Mickey Raymond:
[mocking Terry Leonard] It embarrases me when people give me special treatment for what I do.

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Maddie:
That's your trouble, David - you think hot sex cures everything.



David:
Well, it is an effective treatment for localized high blood pressure in males.

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[the woman that Gary and Wyatt created is looking for a name]



Garry:
How about Lisa?



Lisa:
Why Lisa?



Garry:
Why not?



Wyatt:
He used to like a girl named Lisa.



Lisa:
[smiles] Oh yeah? Old girlfriend?



Wyatt:
She kicked him in the nuts.



Garry:
[annoyed] Will you shut the hell up?



Wyatt:
[sympathetically] Look Gary, it wasn't your fault. All you said was hello to her.



Garry:
[annoyed] Look Wyatt, shut up!


[Wyatt puts up his hands defensively, indicating that he will shut up. He looks slightly hurt by Gary's treatment of him as he was only trying to help]

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Dr. Herbert A. Morrison:
You need treatment in order to control yourself.



Claudia Draper:
I'm in control, because right now I would like to ring your fucking neck! But I'm not going to.



Dr. Herbert A. Morrison:
Good. That's a step in the right direction. I would like to help you put your life back in order.



Claudia Draper:
Oh Herbie, there is no order in life. Maybe you need order. Maybe that's why your here. Behind bars. Makes you feel safe doesn't it.



Dr. Hebert A. Morrison:
Do you think this is productive?



Claudia Draper:
I know you. You see I know you better than you know me. Because I've seen you with your pants down. You drop your pants and talk about your troubles on how you couldn't make it on 5th Avenue or better yet Columbus. So you're stuck in the shitist and crumbest joint in town. Right Herbie?

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Eulogist:
They want me to say, "Let us not forget that two white boys also died helping negros help themselves." They want me to say, "We mourn with the mothers of these two white boys." But the state of Mississippi won't even allow these white boys to be buried in the same cemetary as this


[points to coffin]



Eulogist:
negro boy. I say, "I have no more love to give! I have only anger in my heart today, and I want you to be angry with me! That I am sick and I am tired, and I want you to be sick and tired with me! I-I-I am sick and tired of going to the funerals of black men who have been murdered by white men! And I-I am sick and tired of the people of this counrty who continue to allow these things to happen!" What is an unalienable right if you are a negro? What does it mean, Equal Treatment under the law? What-what does it mean, Liberty and justice for all? Now I say to these people, "Look at the face of this young man, and you will see the face of a black man. But if you look at the blood shed, it is red! It is like yours! It is JUST... LIKE... YOURS!"

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[Mark has disguised himself as a post operative patient, in order to investigate Dr Stern's treatment house]



Dr. Mark Sloan:
Do I look like one of Dr Stern's post operative patients?



Dr. Jack Parker:
You look like the Invisible Man!

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Amon Goeth:
They cast a spell on you, you know, the Jews. When you work closely with them, like I do, you see this. They have this power. It's like a virus. Some of my men are infected with this virus. They should be pitied, not punished. They should receive treatment because this is as real as typhus. I see it all the time. It's a matter of money? Hmm?

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Todd:
I know. Remember how mad she got last year when you beat her?



Elizabeth:
She gave me the silent treatment for a month.



Todd:
Now that was a great month, wasn't it?

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Dale:
The silent treatment won't work on me. I have my thoughts.


[pause]



Dale:
I can't get along with my thoughts! You've all heard them!

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Cecil:
According to legend, when Curt was 13 he was discovered in the family loo at the service of his older brother, and was promptly sent off for eighteen months of electric shock treatment. It was guaranteed the treatment would fry the fairy clean out of him, but all it did was make him go bonkers whenever he heard an electric guitar.

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Robert Wakefield:
What are your policies towards treatment of addiction?



General Salazar:
Treatment of addiction? Addicts treat themselves. They overdose and then there's one less to worry about.

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[after factory inspection]



Misao Fujimura:
[to Konosuke] You're such an idiot!



Sensei:
A hopeless idiot!



Konosuke Shimodaira:
Eh? Ha! You're just jealous 'cos they gave me the special treatment.



Misao Fujimura:
They have a motive: to close down the factory!



Konosuke Shimodaira:
Eh? Didn't seem that way to me, they seemed to be nice! Anyway, even if it's true we have our rights as laborers.



Sensei:
If, as a matter of, when they find a fault, they'll close us down!



Misao Fujimura:
He's right, they're taking advantage of our faults.



Norihiko Nakahata:
And Konosuke is fault itself.



Konosuke Shimodaira:
What? So, so you mean *that* was the reason they gave me the special treatment back there?



Misao Fujimura:
Finally got it, eh?


[Konosuke laughs hysterically]



Konosuke Shimodaira:
[Seriously] How dare he...

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Eddie Boone:
[carrying Gwen in from outside] Eddie Boone, checking in.



Night Tech:
You can't bring a girl into treatment with you, Eddie.



Eddie Boone:
I wasn't gonna keep her.

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Roj Blake:
Our only hope is if they have a supply on Aristo.



Vila Restal:
But if they don't?



Roj Blake:
They will have.



Vila Restal:
But if they don't?



Roj Blake:
They will have.



Kerr Avon:
There's no point in hiding it, our condition will deteriorate rapidly. If we don't get drug treatment very soon, we shall die.



Vila Restal:
Die? I can't do that.



Kerr Avon:
I'm afraid you can. It's the one talent we all share, even you.

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John Munch:
Miss Webber was told to disrobe, put her feet up in stirrups, and try to picture David Hasselhoff on Baywatch.



Defense Attorney:
Objection! Your honor, this witness is not qualified to testify on the treatment for hysteria.



John Munch:
Actually, sir, I am. Up until 1952, hysteria was one of the most commonly diagnosed illnesses among women. The medical treatment was hysterical paroxysm.



Court Reporter:
Could the witness spell that?



John Munch:
O-R-G-A-S-M.

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Det. Elliot Stabler:
[referring to a killer who dumped the body in a sewage treatment plant] They sure know their crap.

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Captain Monica Stark:
Frankly, Dr. Edwards, in the past, I've had little use for you headshrinkers, inkblot tests, "I hate my mother" and all that crap. But with this case, I find myself at a loss. I understand you specialize in the treatment of homicidal maniacs.



Dr. Edwards:
Yes, well, I've never been involved in a criminal investigation.



Captain Monica Stark:
Hmm. Don't worry. You can leave the cops and robbers stuff to me. What I need from you is this: what kind of sicko am I looking for?



Dr. Edwards:
The perpetrator preys upon vulnerable unfortunates the killers deems somehow flawed.



Captain Monica Stark:
Give me a profile.



Dr. Edwards:
Let's say the assailant is highly sophisticated, yet childlike. Vulnerable but canny.


[a photo of Chicklet flies in Monica's head]



Dr. Edwards:
Capable of both tenderness and extreme brutality.


[then, a photo of Kanaka]



Dr. Edwards:
The murderer is highly intelligent, yet strangely out of touch with reality.


[then a photo of Mrs. Forrest]



Dr. Edwards:
Sexual, yet surprisingly innocent.


[then, a photo of Bettina Barnes]



Dr. Edwards:
This individual has an insatiable craving for normalcy, which will make your investigation all the more difficult.



Captain Monica Stark:
How so?



Dr. Edwards:
Because the killer will do everything in his power to pass as normal.


[finally, a question mark]



Dr. Edwards:
He or she could be anyone.

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[Eating from sewage treatment pipe]



Crab #1:
Manna from heaven.



Crab #2:
Sweet nectar of life.

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Dr. Cox:
If I have to see one more broken down piece of equipment, one more Gomer who is shuffled back and forth between some godforsaken home, one more patient who is denied treatment because they got the wrong insurance, I... There are times when I'm all by myself and I concentrate as hard as I can to see if I can't make myself catch on fire like the Human Torch. And mark my words, newbie, if I ever pull it off, I will be back to destroy this place.



J.D.:
I used to like the Silver Surfer. Hang ten!

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George Carlin:
Guys who fly around the world in a fuckin' balloon. What is this, 1850? Get a fuckin' airline ticket, would you please? And when are the media going to realize that people are not interested in some rich trouser stain who's so bored he's got to fly around in a balloon all day? I hope the next guy gets hit by lightning! And flies around in little fart circles: Fffffffffffffffbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! And lands in a sewage treatment pond. And sinks with the rest of the turds!

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[Willie has just passed out]



Gin:
Look here, get himy outta here and I'll go smooth things over with Chipeska, Tell him it was food poisoning or something.



Marcus:
What do you mean, get him outta here?



Gin:
Take him to the car.



Marcus:
In case you didn't notice I'm a motherfucking dwarf, so unless you got a forklift handy, maybe you should lend a hand hmm?



Gin:
That figures. You want all kind of set-asides. Special treatment 'cause you're handicapped. You're all the same.



Marcus:
Special treatment? I'm 3-foot-fucking-tall you asshole! It's a matter of physics. Draw me a sketch of how I get him to the car, huh?



Gin:
Bitch, Bitch, Bitch!



Marcus:
Sketch it up, you fucking moron. Fucking Leonardo da Vinci.



Gin:
What'd you call me thigh-high?



Marcus:
I called you a fucking guinea homo from the 15th-fucking-century, you dickhead!



Gin:
I could stick you up my ass, small fry.



Marcus:
Yeah? You sure it ain't too sore from last night?



Gin:
You got some lip on you midget.



Marcus:
yeah? Well these lips were on your wife's pussy last night. Why don't you dust that thing off once in a while? Asshole!

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Lord Verisopht:
If you had only told him who you were as he asked... I was wrong too, not to interfere. I did not sleep the night for thinking about it.



Ralph Nickleby:
Any mistakes that were made were made by the boy. I am his uncle and even I can see that he is no good.



Lord Verisopht:
He was defending the honor of his sister. That is the very definition of goodness. How can you not be proud of what he has done in defense of your own niece?



Ralph Nickleby:
You will be glad, my lord, that I possess such an unsentimental view when I am managing your investments.



Lord Verisopht:
Mr. Nickleby, I am no longer sure I can make an investment with you.



Ralph Nickleby:
Because of my nephew?



Lord Verisopht:
Because of your treatment of him. And his sister. When I think of her leaving the theatre that night, I feel sick to recall it. Surely there is another way for me to expand my fortune than to enrich the tormentor of these children.

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Mark Lawson:
Hello, you're watching Newsnight Review, post-match-analysis for toffs, and the latest book to get the big-screen treatment is "The Cat in the Hat", starring Mike Myers. Germaine Greer, what did you think?



Germaine Greer:
I thought it was terrible, so boring and predictable, and that awful way they spoke - I mean, does anyone really speak like that? I went to the cinema and I hated it.



Mark Lawson:
Well, would you watch it on a train?



Germaine Greer:
I would not watch it on a train.



Mark Lawson:
Would you watch it on a plane?



Germaine Greer:
Not on a train, not on a plane. I would not watch it here, I would not watch it there, I would not watch it anywhere.

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Himself - ASPCA Special Agent for Humane Law Enforcement:
[when arresting a person for not getting treatment for his paw-infected dog] I mean, you left this dog like this, it's like sayin', you got a cut on your arm, you have an infection! Would you go to the doctor? Would you wait?... A year? No!

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I am fully persuaded that thousands of our fellow-men might profit equally by a similar course to mine; but, constitutions not being all alike, a different course of treatment may be advisable for the removal of so tormenting an affliction.More [02/11/2009 12:02:00]
I believe that natural history has lost much by the vague general treatment that is so common.More [08/13/2009 12:08:00]
A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to religion. Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal treatment from a ruler whom they consider god-fearing and pious. On the other hand, they do less easily move against him, believing that he has the gods on his side.More [07/07/2011 01:07:57]
He who is cruel to animals becomes hard also in his dealings with men. We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals.More [07/10/2011 05:07:01]

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