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Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today -- but the core of science fiction, its essence has become crucial to our salvation if we are to be saved at all.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Silence is the great teacher, and to learn its lessons you must pay attention to it. There is no substitute for the creative inspiration, knowledge, and stability that come from knowing how to contact your core of inner silence. The great Sufi poet Rumi wrote, Only let the moving waters calm down, and the sun and moon will be reflected on the surface of your being.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
They who lack talent expect things to happen without effort. They ascribe failure to a lack of inspiration or ability, or to misfortune, rather than to insufficient application. At the core of every true talent there is an awareness of the difficulties inherent in any achievement, and the confidence that by persistence and patience something worthwhile will be realized. Thus talent is a species of vigor.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A little cooling down of animal excitability and instinct, a little loss of animal toughness, a little irritable weakness and descent of the pain-threshold, will bring the worm at the core of all our usual springs of delight into full view, and turn us into melancholy metaphysicians.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The winning team has a dedication. It will have a core of veteran players who set the standards. They will not accept defeat.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
True, there are architects so called in this country, and I have heard of one at least possessed with the idea of making architectural ornaments have a core of truth, a necessity, and hence a beauty, as if it were a revelation to him. All very well perhaps from his point of view, but only a little better than the common dilettantism.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Our core audience is into the Web, so we felt it was natural for us to reach youth culture online.More [04/10/2006 12:04:00]
I like the Beatles. They're at the core of my musicality. And John Lennon's my spiritual father.More [05/09/2006 12:05:00]
Above and beyond having the social life, to have a core group of people that you work with and spend time with and learn how to work with is a nice thing.More [06/13/2006 12:06:00]
If you read my books, especially the Star Trek books and the Quest for Tomorrow books, you'll see in them the core theme of the basic humanistic questions that Star Trek asked.More [06/21/2006 12:06:00]
“I just have to keep going back to the core and think that we're all afraid of it and when we're afraid of it, you run to something much easier, something that looks like candy.”More [12/04/2006 12:12:00]
Sid: [tied up] This is either really good or really bad.
[Sid looks down to see tar pit underneath him]
Sid: Oh, no, no, no. Me fire-king. Why kill fire-king? A thousand years bad juju for killing fire-king.
Female Mini Sloth: Superheated rock from the earth's core is surging into the crust, melting ice built up over thousands of years.
Sid: You are a very advanced race. Together we can look for a solution.
Female Mini Sloth: [eagerly] We have one. Sacrifice the fire-king.
Sid: That's not very advanced.
Female Mini Sloth: [pause] Worth a shot.More [03/08/2007 12:03:00]
Morpheus: [Morpheus addresses the people of Zion] Zion, hear me! It is true, what many of you have heard. The machines have gathered an army and as I speak, that army is drawing nearer to our home.
[the Zion crowd becomes louder]
Morpheus: Believe me when I say we have a difficult time ahead of us. But if we are to be prepared for it, we must first shed our fear of it. I stand here, before you now, truthfully unafraid. Why? Because I believe something you do not? No, I stand here without fear because I remember. I remember that I am here not because of the path that lies before me but because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that for 100 years we have fought these machines. I remember that for 100 years they have sent their armies to destroy us, and after a century of war I remember that which matters most... We are still here! Today, let us send a message to that army. TOnight, let us shake this cave. Tonight, let us tremble these halls of earth, steel, and stone, let us be heard from red core to black sky. Tonight, let us make them remember, THIS IS ZION AND WE ARE NOT AFRAID!More [07/13/2007 12:07:00]
Cronenberg: Tell him.
Snake Plissken: Tell me what?
Bob Hauk: That idea you had about turning the Gullfire around 180 degress and flying off to Canada...
Snake Plissken: What did you do to me asshole?
Bob Hauk: My idea, Plissken. Something we've been fooling around with. Two microscopic capsules have been injected into your neck at the base of your two main arteries. The capsules are already starting to dissolve. In 22 hours, they'll be dissolved down to the cores. At the core of each capsule is a small heat-sensing charge that will donate. Not a small explosion, just a little burst just enough to pop open both of your arties. I estimate that you'll be dead in 10 to 20 seconds from internal bleeding...
Snake Plissken: [chokes Hauk] Take them out, now!
Cronenberg: They're protected by the cores. Fifteen minutes before the last hour is up, we can neutralize the charge with X-rays.
Bob Hauk: We'll burn out the charges IF you have the President.
Snake Plissken: What if I'm a little late?
Bob Hauk: No more Hartford Summit. And no more Snake Plissken.
Snake Plissken: When I get back I'm going to kill you.
Bob Hauk: The Gullfire's waiting.More [10/16/2007 12:10:00]
[after Joker kills the sniper]
Private Rafterman: [laughs] Hey joker, we ought to put you up for the congressional medal of... ugly! ha-ha!
Donlon: Hard core man, hard core.More [12/06/2007 12:12:00]
[first lines]
Young Tommy Webber: Exiting the time knot now, sir.
Fred Kwan: We're alive.
Young Tommy Webber: We made it, Commander. We made it.
Sir Alexander Dane: By Grabthar's hammer, we live to tell the tale.
Voice of Computer: Systems registering functional.
Gwen DeMarco: All systems are working, Commander.
Commander Peter Quincy Taggart: I don't like it. It was too easy.
Young Tommy Webber: Wait. Oh, no! They're everywhere. There are time knots opening everywhere.
Gwen DeMarco: A trap!
Sir Alexander Dane: We're surrounded, Commander.
[crew screaming as the ship is hit]
Fred Kwan: It's a core meltdown, sir. It can't be stopped.
Sir Alexander Dane: Surrender may be our only option.
Commander Peter Quincy Taggart: No! Never give up, never surrender.
Young Tommy Webber: Your orders, sir?
[pause]
Young Tommy Webber: Sir, your orders?
Commander Peter Quincy Taggart: Activate the Omega 13.
[?to be continued? appears on the screen]More [12/08/2007 12:12:00]
Chili Palmer: You had a bad day, huh?
Karen Flores: I spent all day crawling out of a grave. The director said that I was incapable of reaching the emotional core of the character.
Chili Palmer: What? Well, obviously he didn't see you in "Bride of the Mutant."
Karen Flores: You saw that one?
Chili Palmer: When you turn to the alien mother, and you tell her that her time on earth is finished, Joan Crawford, on her best day, wishes that she had, in her day, the emotion and the intensity that you brought to that scene.More [12/12/2007 12:12:00]
“I don't have a litmus test, but I do expect that there's a core of constitutional values that are going to be upheld in these next series of appointments, and I suspect that I will have something to say about who's going to shape the legal landscape for the next 40, 50 years.”More [02/14/2008 12:02:00]
[Calvin working on the control panel to access V.I.K.I. core]
Susan Calvin: [V.I.K.I. core access granted] OK, we're good.
[V.I.K.I. core closes, control panel is locked with a metal shield]
Susan Calvin: Uh! She's locked me out of the system. I can override her manually, but I need that control panel!
Detective Del Spooner: [punches control panel, opening it]
[puts emphasis on every word]
Detective Del Spooner: I am uncomfortable with heights.
Susan Calvin: [shocked] Okay.More [04/07/2008 12:04:00]
There is also work to do in the evolution of a stable family life and values, and in ensuring that the Nigerian family is built on core values that will form the bedrock of the future society. We must showcase the ideals of family life and be models of family values.More [09/22/2008 12:09:00]
Paul Biegler:
The prosecution would like to separate the motive from the act. Well, that's like trying to take the core from an apple without breaking the skin.

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Labour Exchange Manager:
Good, you are honest. That is of use. Honesty attracts confidence, and confidence is our core of our business. See how honest I am being with you?

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Connie Marble:
Oh, I love you Raymond. I love you more than anything in this whole world. I love you more than my own filthiness, more than my own hair color. Oh God, I love you more than the sound of bones breaking, the sound of death rattle - even more than the sound of my own shit do I love you, Raymond.



Raymond Marble:
And I, Connie, also love you more than anything that I could ever imagine: more than my hair color, more than the sound of babies crying, of dogs dying - even more than the thought of original sind itself. I am yours, Connie, eternally united through an invisible core of finely woven filth, that even God himself could never ever break.

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[Charlotte is looking for a new message to write in her web]



Lamb:
How about "Pig Supreme"?



Charlotte:
No good. It sounds like a rich dessert.


[Templeton walks past with an apple core towards the trough, and Charlotte glares at Templeton]



Goose:
How about terrific, terrific, terrific?



Charlotte:
Cut that down to one terrific and it will do nicely. I think terrific might impress Zuckerman.



Wilbur:
But Charlotte, I'm not terrific.



Charlotte:
You're terrific as far as I am concerned.


[Templeton, while holding a piece of orange in his mouth, smacks Wilbur's face with his tail and walks off to the trough]



Charlotte:
[after glaring at Templeton] Does anybody know how to spell it?



Goose:
I think it's T double-E double-R double-R double-I double-F double-I double C, C, C!

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Cronenberg:
Tell him.



Snake Plissken:
Tell me what?



Bob Hauk:
That idea you had about turning the Gullfire around 180 degress and flying off to Canada...



Snake Plissken:
What did you do to me, asshole?



Bob Hauk:
My idea, Plissken. Something we've been fooling around with. Two microscopic capsules have been injected into your neck at the base of your two main arteries. They're already starting to dissolve. In 22 hours, they'll be dissolved down to the cores. At the core of each capsule is a small heat-sensing charge that will donate. Not a small explosion, about the size of a pinhead, just enough to pop open both of your arteries. I estimate that you'll be dead in 10 to 20 seconds from internal bleeding...



Snake Plissken:
[chokes Hauk] Take them out, now!



Cronenberg:
They're protected by the cores. Fifteen minutes before the last hour is up, we can neutralize the charge with X-rays.



Bob Hauk:
We'll burn out the charges IF you have the President.



Snake Plissken:
What if I'm a little late?



Bob Hauk:
No more Hartford Summit. And no more Snake Plissken.



Snake Plissken:
When I get back, I'm going to kill you.



Bob Hauk:
The Gullfire's waiting.

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ROC:
Voice interface.



Elaine Dickinson:
There's an overheat in the core. Please analyze problem.



ROC:
There is no apparent overheat.



Elaine Dickinson:
Yes, there is, ROC. We read a core overheat. Repeat analysis.



ROC:
Analysis confirmed. All systems compute positive.



Elaine Dickinson:
Well, not from where I'm sitting, they don't!



ROC:
Look, Elaine. Cut the "not from where I'm sitting" shit. It must be a human error.


[Elaine turns to the captain]



Elaine Dickinson:
Captain, I think we have a computer foul-up!



Capt. Oveur:
I see.



Elaine Dickinson:
Well, what do you recommend, Captain?



Capt. Oveur:
Maybe you'd better run it through the computer.



Elaine Dickinson:
But sir, I already have!



Capt. Oveur:
Good!

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Destro:
Using the full power of the laser core on Washington could leave us vulnerable to counter-attack!



Zartan:
Nonsense! There is no possible way for G.I. Joe to resist the Weather Dominator!



Destro:
I will not have my opinions questioned by a penny-ante quick-change artist!



Cobra Commander:
What would you have me do with Washington, Destro? Pepper it with spitballs?

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Zartan:
The crucial, final fragment of the Weather Dominator, the laser core itself, is now entirely in my possession: a prize which I offer to the highest bidder. G.I. Joe? Cobra? The world belongs to one of you. The one with the greatest bank account!

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Gurgi:
[offering Orddu an apple core] Gurgi will trade his munchings and crunchings.



Orddu:
Who would want...?



Orgoch:
Hold it, sister! Not so fast!


[takes core and eats it]

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Jim:
I wonder if there's any radiation about.



Hilda:
Well, I can't see anything.



Jim:
Hurry up dear and get back in the Inner Core or Refuge. We'd better have an early night.



Hilda:
Well if you can't see it and can't feel it, it can't be doing you any harm, can it?

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[Burke greets Ripley at the hospital after she has been rescued from hypersleep]



Burke:
I'm Burke. Carter Burke. I work for the company. But don't let that fool you, I'm really an okay guy. I'm glad to see you're feeling a little better. They, uh, they tell me that all the weakness and disorientation should pass soon. It's just natural side effects of such an unusually long hypersleep, or something like that.



Ripley:
What do you mean? How long was I out there?



Burke:
[stunned] Has no one discussed this with you yet?



Ripley:
No. But, I mean, I don't... recognize this place.



Burke:
[visibly uncomfortable] No, I know. Uh, okay, it's just that, uh, this might be a shock to you. It's long...



Ripley:
*How* long? Please.



Burke:
[after a pause] Fifty-seven years.



Ripley:
[stunned disbelief] What?



Burke:
That's the thing. You were out there for fifty-seven years. What happened was, you had drifted right through the core systems, and it's really just blind luck that a deep salvage team found you when they did. It's one in a thousand, really. I think you're damn lucky to be alive, kiddo. You could be floating out there forever.

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Ken Kessler:
Wouldn't it be better if we were to strike at the core of Sam's being? His reason for living?



Sandy:
Well, what would that be?



Barbara:
HIS TESTICLES!

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Sgt. Frantz:
All right, listen up. You people will not die on me in combat. You fucking new guys will do everything you can to prove me wrong. You'll walk on trails, kick cans, sleep on guard, smoke dope and diddely-bop through the bush like you were back on the block. Or on guard at night you'll write letters, play with your organ, and think of your girl back home. Forget her. Right now, some hair head has her on her back and is telling her to fuck for peace. This is Han. Those of you who are foolish will think of him as 'gook,' 'slope,' 'slant' or 'dink.' He is your enemy. He came over on the Chieu Hoi programme, and after he fattens himself on C-rations he will be hunting your young asses in the Ashau Valley. Now forget about this Viet Cong shit. What you'll encounter out there is hard core NVA, North Vietnamese. Highly motivated, highly trained and well equipped. If you meet Han or his cousins, you will give him respect and refer to those little bastards as 'Nathanial Victor.' Meet him twice, and survive, and you will refer to him as 'MISTER Nathanial Victor.' Now people, I am sick and tired of filling body bags with your dumb fucking mistakes.

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Jack Tanner:
You know, T.J., just before you called me last spring, Lexy and I went down to the Democratic Leadership Conference in South Carolina. The last night, we were sitting aroud with Kirk O'Donnell, and Hart, and Biden, a couple of the other candidates, who were shooting the breeze about how much the party had changed since the Sixties. And suddenly, out of the blue, Lexy turned to Hart and she asked him who his favorite Beatle was. Now, at first, Hart laughed, and then he stumbled around trying to remember a name. Then she repeated her question for Biden, and Biden said, well, he'd never been a Beatles fan, he was into jazz. And Dukakis answered Paul, 'cause he liked his wife or something. Now, I don't know if Lexy knows the names of all the Beatles herself, let alone the answer to her own question, but it suddenly dawned on me that I sure as hell did. And I knew for sure that anybody who didn't had absolutely no claim to generational leadership. Now I must have, what, uh, ten years on Joe Biden; but, dammit, he wasn't paying attention back then, and I was. And one of the things I figured out very early on was the singer mattered as much as the song - that ideas were only as valuable as the people who got behind them. I mean people that wouldn't settle; people unafraid of honest inquiry; people who didn't mind asking the impertinent question. God, the impertinent question. Where the hell would we be without it? It's the glory and the engine of all human experience. Copernicus asked it, and shook the foundations of his world. Darwin asked it, he's repudiated to this day. Thomas Jefferson asked it - so invigorated by it he declared it to be an inalienable right. I'm not smart enough to know all the answers. But I do know we've got to keep asking the questions. That's what the American experiment is all about. It's at the very core of our character as a people. We owe our vigor to its constant renewal. You know, I don't have much patience for these guys who go around saying the pride is back in America. For some of us, it never left. Vietnam may have covered some patriots in shame, but not this one. We got in there for moral reasons, and, by God, we got out of there for moral reasons. Where else on this Earth does such debate settle on anything other than expediency? Only in America. Watergate - triumph of the system. How could anybody watch Barbara Jordan thunder away at those House hearings and not feel a surge of pride in the miracle of this country? And then there are those people who tell you that our noisy dissent, our raucous squabble, weakened us as a country - caused us to lose our supremacy. Don't you believe it. We are the envy of this world. Why? Because, throughout our history, we have always maintained that we could do better. We have insisted that we could do better. We've always been willing to reinvent ourselves for the common good. And in our darkest hour, leaders, real leaders, have always stepped forward to hold the American people to the responsibility of citizenship. Well, it's time for that kind of leadership now, T.J. And I'm not sure that it's me, but I'd like the chance to find out.


[He starts to leave the room, then turns back]



Jack Tanner:
Oh, and if you young people are still wondering, the right answer is John Lennon.

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Matthew Harrison Brady:
People ask whether this trial is to be held in this little town of Hillsboro. I say that the greatest man that ever walked the face of the earth was born in a little town. That town was called Bethlehem. We don't measure greatness by the size of where we live. We measure greatness by those principles we live by. My dear friends. You know, yesterday at that marvelous picnic they gave Lucy and me they were serving watermelon. Hmmm. Delicious. I couldn't help thinking about that watermelon last night. I know. You're all looking at yourself and saying: "Watermelon? What on earth is Brady talking about?" My dear friends, I am talking about the sheer glory of God's creation. Beautiful luscious green on the outside and inside the green a layer of white, and within the white, a core of red. And scattered within that red are little black seeds. Now, each of these seeds gathers from somewhere ten thousand times its own weight to construct another glorious watermelon. Who drew the plan by which these little seeds work their wonder, huh? WHO? Until the scientists of this world can explain to me a watermelon, NEVER let them question the power of the Almighty!

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Barry:
This country is in deep trouble people! This country is rotten to the core and somebody better do something about it! Now I want you to take your hand out of that bowl of Freedo's, throw away your National Enquirer, and pick up the phone!

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[the Deep Core crew are locked in the kitchen; Coffey is about to nuke the aliens]



Lindsey Brigman:
Schoenick, your Lieutenant's about to make a real bad career move!



Alan "Hippy" Carnes:
The guy's crazier than a shit-house rat!



Virgil:
Schoenick!



Lindsey Brigman:
They're trying to make contact! Schoenick, *please*, listen to us!



Ensign Monk:
Can't you see he's lost it?



Schoenick, SEAL Team Member:
Shut up.



Ensign Monk:
The shock wave will kill us.



Schoenick, SEAL Team Member:
Quiet!



Ensign Monk:
[relentlessly] It'll crush this rig like a beer can.



Schoenick, SEAL Team Member:
Shut up man, what're you talkin' about?



Ensign Monk:
We've gotta stop him!



Schoenick, SEAL Team Member:
Shut up!



Ensign Monk:
This is not our mission! We can't detonate without orders!

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Al Bert:
Nuclear core is reading just shy of the red. Nearly to alert.



Rick:
Radiation?



Al Bert:
Negative. It looks more like natural decay. I'd give her about a month before we all glow in the dark.



Bernie:
Don't kind about shit like that. Just show me where the pharmacy is.



Al Bert:
What's the matter? Feeling a little bit under the weather there Bernie?

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Fran:
I thought you said there was no radiation danger.



Al Bert:
Well, Fran, maybe the nuclear core just changed its mind.

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Maria:
Can you stop watching TV for a minute?



Matthew:
No.



Maria:
Why?



Matthew:
Because. I had a bad day at work. I had to subvert my principles and kow-tow to an idiot. Television makes these daily sacrifices possible. Deadens the inner core of my being.

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Matthew Slaughter:
I had a bad day, I had to subvert my principles and kowtow to an idiot. Television makes these daily sacrifices possible. Deadens the inner core of my being.



Maria Coughlin:
Let's move away then.



Matthew Slaughter:
They have television everywhere, there's no escape.

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Major Motoko Kusanagi:
If a technological feat is possible, man will do it. Almost as if it's wired into the core of our being.

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[while Megatron slumbers, Rampage attempts to get back the core of his spark from the cage Megatron has kept it in. Unfortunately, Megatron wakes up]



Megatron:
Did you really think you would catch me so unaware? I think we need a reminder. Yes...


[he crushes the cage, torturing Rampage]



Rampage:
[grunting painfully] You've... made... your point.



Megatron:
Never forget who holds the essence of your spark. And thus, is your master.



Rampage:
*That*, I promise you.

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Optimus Primal:
You listen, hardhead, Cheetor's gone, and I think you know something, so you will talk, or I will rip out your core processor and extract the information personally!



Depthcharge:
Well, since you asked so nicely. Your little kitty cat pulled some kind of alien gizmo off of Megatron's organic transmetal unit.



Optimus Primal:
Did he succeed?



Depthcharge:
Yeah, but the device was already activated.



Optimus Primal:
He was caught in the overload.



Depthcharge:
I already destroyed the gizmo. I'm sorry. I didn't know that was what he'd become.

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Silverbolt:
What is it Rhinox?



Rhinox:
The Pred shell program they implanted is deteriorating. If it continues it will infect her Maximal core conscience.



Blackarachnia:
It sounds serious. Oh. I guess using the transmetal driver on myself wasn't such a great idea.



Optimus Primal:
I thought you were smarter than that and how did YOU get the driver?



Blackarachnia:
I borrowed it.



Rhninox:
Why?

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Silverbolt:
Enough! Our only concern now should be Blackarachnia's well-being.



Optimus Primal:
You're right. Rhinox?



Rhinox:
I can't stop the spark's deterioration but I can try severing the shell program from her core consience. The only problem is it's never been done before.


[Blackarachnia looks worried]



Optimus Primal:
And if we don't try?

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Rhinox:
She'll go insane and eventually her core will be wiped. She'll be a blank.



Blackarachnia:
Oh great choice: Become a Maximal or drool oil for the rest of my life.



Silverbolt:
We want to save your life.



Rhinox:
It'll take some time to get the equipment ready.

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Optimus Primal:
You two look scrapped.



Silverbolt:
We had a little encounter with Dinobot. My mistake really.



Blackarachnia:
Oh, *no way*! I heard you and Rhinox planning to unzip my core so I took off then Dinobot jumped me and Spot rescued me.



Silverbolt:
Is it true, Optimus? Were you planning to reprogram her?



Optimus Primal:
With reprogramming you could be the Maximal you were always intended to be. But the decision to take that step is and always will be yours to make.



Blackarachnia:
You mean I have a choice?



Optimus Primal:
That is the Maximal way. Now let's get you back to base.

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Optimus Primal:
Can you reactivate her Maximal programing?



Rhinox:
It's tricky and dangerous. It could dump her entire core and leave her a blank.



Optimus Primal:
And if we do nothing.



Rhinox:
She'll be a Predacon forever.



Optimus Primal:
That might be too big of a risk to take right now. Let's go find her.



Blackarachnia:
[listening in] So that's the way it is, huh? Nobody's unzipping this girl's core.

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John Oxenberger:
[diary entry] Why the hell are two grown men still calling themselves Joe Dick and Billy Tallent? When they gave themselves those names they were 16... 17. The question is, when do they stop using them? Forty? Fifty? Sixty? You wonder if they remember their real names. Joe Mulgrew. Bill Boisy. Then there's Pipe... can't even remember his real name. I used to want a punk handle too... just couldn't find one that fit. It was always John. John. John Oxenberger. John. John. John, the bass player. John from Hard Core Logo. Maybe I never had a real self to throw away like those guys.

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Major West:
I'm going to try to break us out of the atmosphere.



John Robinson:
No, we don't have enough core material for that.



Major West:
Well, maybe if we catch one of the thermal...



John Robinson:
No, it won't work. I *know*. We have to go... down. Through the planet as she's breaking up. We can use the planet's gravity...



Major West:
What?



John Robinson:
To throw us ut the other side and back into space!



Major West:
That's insane!



John Robinson:
I don't have time to argue.

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Jeremy Clarkson:
Racing cars which have been converted for road use never really work. It's like making a hard core adult film, and then editing it so that it can be shown in British hotels. You'd just end up with a sort of half hour close up of some bloke's sweaty face.

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Leo:
You know, you guys can hassle your skinny friend Eric, but when it comes down to a fundamental moral core he's the only one of you that's got one. So congratulations, you've ruined Christmas.

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Terminator:
We must reaquire Katherine Brewster.



John Connor:
Why? What makes her so goddamn important?



Terminator:
Through her, you make contact with remnants of the U.S. military and learn how to fight Skynet, forming the core of the Resistance. Later your children will become important.



John Connor:
Whoa. What?



Terminator:
She's your wife.

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Kim:
Doc was too busy helping mother Teresa with the bandages.



Bobby:
Come on, you must have done some crazy stuff man. Give it up.



Doc:
Between the Peace Core and the soup kitchen I barely had enough time to train all those seeing eye dogs.

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General Duke:
The Confederacy has quarantined this entire planet, and we'll proceed with the lock-down within 48 hours. You're to relocate your core colonists to the outlying wastelands. Now, I know there won't be any problems with these new arrangements.

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Jonathan:
See, Dr Figure was a no-medication type of guy and all the hard core suicidals in his group - now including myself - had agreed not to kill or harm themselves before January 1st. I mean, can you imagine someone dead, hanging from the light fixture in their room, thinking, If my doctor finds out about this, I'm FUCKED."

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[Malcolm mentions he is going to reread Ulysses]



Commander Tucker:
I'd rather realign every microcircuit on this shuttle than try to read through that baby.



Lt. Reed:
British schools have a core curriculum. It serves to provide a well-rounded education. Sometimes I think you North Americans read nothing but comic books and those ridiculous science fiction novels.



Commander Tucker:
I'll have you know that Superman was laced with metaphor. Subtext layered on subtext.

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[Upon being told that a core belief in LeChuck's church is LeChuck's marriage to Elaine]



Guybrush Threepwood:
Elaine can't marry LeChuck; she's already married!



Reverend Rasputin:
The first church of LeChuck (orthodox) doesn't recognize Elaine's blasphemous marriage to the... Anti-LeChuck.



Guybrush Threepwood:
Who?



Reverend Rasputin:
The evil Anti-LeChuck, "He-Whose-Name-Must-Not-Be-Spoken".



Guybrush Threepwood:
Guybrush Threepwood?



Reverend Rasputin:
Ack, you said the name! Blasphemer!



Guybrush Threepwood:
I'M the Anti-LeChuck?



Reverend Rasputin:
Hahahaha. Don't be silly. The Anti-LeChuck is three meters tall, has a prehensile tail, a forked tongue, and the number "1138" stamped on his forehead.

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Conspiracy Brother:
Atomic Coré... let's see what this so-called button does...



Computer voice:
Attention! Atomic core set to overload



Conspiracy Brother:
My bad!

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