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Remember this practical piece of advice: Never come into the theatre with mud on your feet. Leave your dust and dirt outside. Check your little worries, squabbles, petty difficulties with your outside clothing -- all the things that ruin your life and draw your attention away from your art -- at the door.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
But each day brings its petty dust our soon-choked souls to fill, and we forget because we must, and not because we will.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A family on the throne is an interesting idea. It brings down the pride of sovereignty to the level of petty life.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The petty economies of the rich are just as amazing as the silly extravagances of the poor.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Life is a petty thing unless it is moved by the indomitable urge to extend its boundaries. Only in proportion as we are desirous of living more do we really live.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A petty reason perhaps why novelists more and more try to keep a distance from journalists is that novelists are trying to write the truth and journalists are trying to write fiction.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A winner rebukes and forgives; a loser is too timid to rebuke and too petty to forgiveMore [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Unaware of the absurdity of it, we introduce our own petty household rules into the economy of the universe for which the life of generations, peoples, of entire planets, has no importance in relation to the general development.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
You all know that even when women have full rights, they still remain fatally downtrodden because all housework is left to them. In most cases housework is the most unproductive, the most barbarous and the most arduous work a woman can do. It is exceptionally petty and does not include anything that would in any way promote the development of the woman.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Wherever there are walls I shall inscribe this eternal accusation against Christianity upon them -- I can write in letters which make even the blind see. I call Christianity the one great curse, the one great intrinsic depravity, the one great instinct for revenge for which no expedient is sufficiently poisonous, secret, subterranean, petty -- I call it the one immortal blemish of mankind.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Museums are just a lot of lies, and the people who make art their business are mostly imposters. We have infected the pictures in museums with all our stupidities, all our mistakes, all our poverty of spirit. We have turned them into petty and ridiculous things.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
If you steal something small you are a petty thief, but if you steal millions you are a gentleman of society.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
But love is blind, and lovers cannot see What petty follies they themselves commitMore [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Nay, be a Columbus to whole new continents and worlds within you, opening new channels, not of trade, but of thought. Every man is the lord of a realm beside which the earthly empire of the Czar is but a petty state, a hummock left by the ice.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Jules: [on opening the petty cash box] You'll have to forgive me, it's been a while since I've done this
[closes eyes]
Jules: and I'm used to doing it in the dark.More [12/13/2005 12:12:00]
“[When she initially read the script, Danes was amazed that Martin, a 30-year show-business veteran, could so clearly recall the particulars of his salad days.] Steve was great in establishing those details, ... He's really exact, even with the numbers. We learned how much [Mirabelle] owes, exactly, and what she has to pay off, and you know she has $4 every day to buy her sandwich. This seemingly petty stuff can really impact a person's experience.”More [12/10/2006 12:12:00]
Billy Sunday: A Chief Petty Officer shall not drink. However, if he should drink he shall not get drunk. If he should get drunk, he shall not stagger. And if he should stagger, he shall not fall. And if he should fall, he will fall in such a manner as to cover up his rate so that passerbyers will think he is an officer.More [03/06/2007 12:03:00]
Mr. Tweedy: What... what... what's all this, then?
Mrs. Tweedy: This is our future, Mr. Tweedy. No more wasting time with petty egg collecting and minuscule profits.
Mr. Tweedy: No more eggs? But we've always been egg farmers. My father, and his father, and all their fathers, they was all...
Mrs. Tweedy: Poor... Worthless... Nothings! But all that is about to change. This will take Tweedy's farm out of the Dark Ages and into full-scale automated production. Elisha Tweedy will be poor no longer.More [05/03/2007 12:05:00]
Peter "Weps" Ince: [answers the private phone] Weaps.
Hunter: Weaps. This is Hunter. Listen to me.
Peter "Weps" Ince: Where are you?
Hunter: Do'nt worry about where I am. Listen, we have other ships that can handle this, you ca'nt be influenced by the captain or anybody else, you have to make up your own mind.
Peter "Weps" Ince: [hears a beep] Con, Weapons. Missles will be ready to launch in 4 minutes.
Hunter: Listen Weaps, listen Weaps, do'nt do this. Do'nt do this Weaps, once we launch, they can not come back, they can not come back Weaps, and you know the reprocations if we're wrong, goddamnit. Weaps, if we fire now, we'll be firing when we're blind and crippled, you understand that?
Peter "Weps" Ince: Where the fuck are you?
Hunter: Do not remove the firing trigger! Do not open that safe Weaps. We're counting you, it is up to YOU now Weaps. It's up to you.
[Hangs up]
Peter "Weps" Ince: [to a petty officer] Mind your fucking pannel!More [07/16/2007 12:07:00]
We need to ignore some petty or nonessential or marginal issues in order to achieve national unity for Iraq, including the unity of the opposition.More [07/21/2007 12:07:00]
I‘m a proud graduate of the Richard Petty Driving Experience, … They wouldn’t let me go any faster than 140 mph and I didn’t particularly like that, but what a thrill to be able to participate in something like that.More [07/23/2007 12:07:00]
Dr. Peter Venkman: To our first custumer.
Dr Ray Stantz: To our *first* and *only* custumer.
Dr. Peter Venkman: I'm gonna need to draw some petty cash. I should take her out to dinner. We don't wanna lose her.
Dr Ray Stantz: Uhhh... this magnificent feast here represents the *last* of the petty cash.
Dr. Peter Venkman: Slow down. Chew your food.More [12/14/2007 12:12:00]
Hannibal Lecter: Dear Clarice, I have followed with enthusiasm the course of your disgrace and public shaming. My own never bothered me except for the inconvenience of being incarcerated, but you may lack perspective. In our discussions down in the dungeon it was apparent to me that your father, the dead night watchman, figures largely in your value system. I think your success in putting an end to Jame Gumb's career as a couturier pleased you most because you could imagine your father being pleased. But now, alas, you're in bad odour with the FBI. Do you imagine your daddy being shamed by your disgrace? Do you see him in his plain pine box crushed by your failure; a sorry, petty end of a promising career? What is worst about this humiliation Clarice? Is it how your failure will reflect on your mommy and daddy? Is your worst fear that people will now and forever believe they were indeed just good old trailer camp tornado bait white trash and that perhaps you are too? By the way I couldn't help noticing on the FBI's rather dull public website that I have been hoisted from the Bureau's archives of the common criminal and elevated to the more prestigious 10 Most Wanted list. Is this coincidence, or are you back on the case? If so, goody goody, cause I need to come out of retirement and return to public life. I imagine you sitting in a dark basement room bent over papers and computer screens. Is that accurate? Please tell me truly, Special Agent Starling. Regards, your old pal Hannibal Lecter, M.D. P.S. Clearly this new assignment is not your choice rather I suppose it is a part of the bargain but you accepted it Clarice. Your job is to craft my doom. So I am not sure how well I should wish you but I'm sure we'll have a lot of fun. Tata, H.More [01/31/2008 12:01:00]
Hercules: You know, wh-when I was a kid, I-I would have given anything to be exactly like everybody else.
Meg: You wanted to be petty and dishonest?
Hercules: Everybody's not like that.
Meg: Yes, they are.
Hercules: You're not like that.
Meg: How do you know what I'm like?More [03/09/2008 12:03:00]
[the President briefs the pilots before the final attack]
President Thomas Whitmore: Good morning.
[PA doesn't work. Turns it on]
President Thomas Whitmore: Good morning. In less than an hour, aircraft from here will join others from around the world. And you will be launching the largest aerial battle in the history of mankind. "Mankind." That word should have new meaning for all of us today. We can't be consumed by our petty differences anymore. We will be united in our common interests. Perhaps it's fate that today is the Fourth of July, and you will once again be fighting for our freedom... Not from tyranny, oppression, or persecution... but from annihilation. We are fighting for our right to live. To exist. And should we win the day, the Fourth of July will no longer be known as an American holiday, but as the day the world declared in one voice: "We will not go quietly into the night!" We will not vanish without a fight! We're going to live on! We're going to survive! Today we celebrate our Independence Day!
[crowd cheers]More [04/15/2008 12:04:00]
Inuyasha: [Inuyasha is about to hack through the tree in the well when Kagome blasts through it with her arrow and knocks him back] Kagome!
Kagome Higurashi: Inuyasha!
Inuyasha: Did ya have to make such a noisy entrance?
Kagome Higurashi: [getting angry and pointing at him] Pardon me? You're the one that told me to use an arrow!
Inuyasha: I never told ya to blow us up!
Kagome Higurashi: It's not like I planned it this way!
Inuyasha: You should have thought of that!
Kagome Higurashi: How could I?
Inuyasha: Well you should have!
Kagome Higurashi: Your being unreasonable!
Inuyasha: No I'm not!
Kagome Higurashi: Yes you are!
Shippo: What more does he want? She's back isn't she? Why is he picking a fight?
Kaede: No need for concern. They're back to normal.
Myoga: Master Inuyasaha! Hyoga is sucking up the souls of every living thing on the planet! Now is not the time for petty arguments!
Inuyasha: I figured that out! Lets go Kagome.
Kagome Higurashi: Right!More [04/21/2008 12:04:00]
Mrs. Spencer's friend:
Ooh, look at Sidney's miniatures.



Mrs. Spencer:
Hmmm. Sure sign of a petty mind!



Receptionist:
They've been waiting half and hour, Mrs. Spencer. Would you mind seeing the art exhibit later?



Mrs. Spencer:
All right.


[to her friend]



Mrs. Spencer:
Art exhibit my foot!

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Gloves Donahue:
Yeah, tracking down this Hamilton doll, I uncovered a nest of fifth columnists - fivers ? spies to you! Pepi was one of them, that's what Joe found out, and that'swhy Pepi knocked him off.



Marty Callahan:
Well, if that's on the level, what are you telling me for? Why don't you spill it to the cops?



Gloves Donahue:
I tried to, but no soap. Now listen, Marty, I know you're no mental giant, but try to juggle this... all of you. I got a firsthand report tonight on what it's like on the other side, from that Hamilton babe. And brother, I'm telling you, we gotta watch our steps. Those babies are strictly no good from way down deep. They're no bunch of petty racketeers trying to muscle in on some small territory - they want to move in wholesale, take over the whole country.



Marty Callahan:
So what? It don't make no difference to me who runs the country, as long as they stay out of my way.



Gloves Donahue:
That's just it, they're not going to stay out of your way.



Marty Callahan:
Oh, yes, they will.



Gloves Donahue:
Oh, now listen, big shot, they'll tell you what time you get up in the morning and what time you go to bed at night. They'll tell you what you eat, what kind of clothes you can wear, what you drink. They'll even tell you the morning paper you can read.



Marty Callahan:
They can't do that, it's against the law!

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Macbeth:
Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day; to the last syllable of recorded time; and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow; a poor player that struts and frets his hour upon the stage, and then is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

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Mitch:
You know, I read something a long time ago: Follow the rainbow... but don't wait for the gold to be in it.



Dan:
Look for the silver in between. Yeah, I know - I went to school once, too. Say, what are you? Are you some kind of do-gooder or something? You want to save my soul, Mister?



Mitch:
No, I want a few men with anger and guts enough to follow that rainbow and grab a pot full of gold - not petty silver in-between.

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Captain Vere:
In the question of Jenkins, Budd was telling the truth.



Lieutenant Seymour:
I know, sir. What are you going to do about Claggart?



Captain Vere:
What can I do but watch and wait? No court martial would do more than strip him of his rank for such misconduct. And then what? As a rating, he'd be slaughtered by the other men. And who would replace him? And would the French refrain from attacking us while we settled our petty differences? No, I must give him his head until some act puts him squarely counter to the law and then let the law consume him. What would you do if you were captain of this ship?



Lieutenant Seymour:
I'm not captain of the ship, sir.



Captain Vere:
One day you may be, Philip. Then, remember.

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Oscar Madison:
Don't come to me with your petty problems. You get this one stinkin' night a week. I'm cooped up here with Mary Poppins 24 hours a day.

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Marcello:
I'm going to build a life that's normal. I'm marrying a petty bourgeoise.



Confessor:
Then she must be a fine girl.



Giulia:
Speak out. Go ahead.



Marcello:
Mediocre. A mound of petty ideas. Full of petty ambitions. She's all bed and kitchen.

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Mungo the Cook:
You bastards! You vicious, heartless bastards! Look what you've done to him! He's worked his fingers to the bone to make this place what it is, and you come in with your petty feeble quibbling and you grind him into the dirt, this fine, honorable man, whose boots you are not worthy to kiss! Oh... it makes me mad...


[Slams cleaver into the table]



Mungo the Cook:
Mad! Stark, stirring... MAD!

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Macbeth:
Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow creeps in this petty pace from day to day to the last syllable of recorded time; and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player who struts and frets his hour upon the stage and is heard no more. It is a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.

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[the Dowager Duchess goes to support her son in prison]



Helen, Duchess of Denver:
At a time like this! Acting as though she were the mother of some Croyden bank clerk caught dipping into the petty cash.



Lord Peter Wimsey:
I told you you were going to be upset, old girl.



Helen, Duchess of Denver:
I am! Deeply upset.



Lord Peter Wimsey:
By Jove! An emotional outburst from the Ice Queen herself. Never thought I'd live to see the day.

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Edward Lionheart:
Burn! BURN! Come fire, consume this petty world. And in its ashes, let my memory lie!

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Colin Pillock:
It's my great pleasure to welcome back Reginald Perrin, the former head of the amazing Grot shops chain. I understand you're now running a community called "Perrins", Mr. Perrin?



Reginald Perrin:
Yes.



Colin Pillock:
It's been described as a community for the middle-aged and the middle-class in what used to be Middlesex.



Reginald Perrin:
Yes.



Colin Pillock:
Tell me, Mr. Perrin, are you running this community for the benefit of humanity, or simply to make money, or is it a giant confidence trick?



Reginald Perrin:
Yes.



Colin Pillock:
I hope you're not going to tie yourself to this monosyllabic repetition of "yes".



Reginald Perrin:
No.



Colin Pillock:
Oh good, because our viewers might think it a waste of time for you to come here and say nothing BUT "yes".



Reginald Perrin:
Yes.



Colin Pillock:
So, which of them is it, Mr. Perrin? A social venture for the benefit of mankind? Purely a commercial venture? Or a con trick?



Reginald Perrin:
Yes. It's all three of them. That's the beauty of it.



Colin Pillock:
What kind of people come to this community?



Reginald Perrin:
Well, at the moment we've got a stockbroker, an overworked doctor, an underworked antiques shop owner, a disillusioned imports manager, and an even more disillusioned exports manager. Three sacked football managers, a fortune teller who's going to have a nervous breakdown next April, a schoolteacher who's desperate because he can't get a job, a schoolteacher who's even more desperate because he has got a job, an extremely shy vet, an overstressed car salesman and a pre-stressed concrete salesman. People with sexual problems, people with social problems, people with work problems, people with identity problems. People with sexual, social, work and identity problems. People who live above their garages, and above their incomes, in little boxes on prestige estates where families are two-tone, two-car and two-faced. Money has replaced sex as a driving force, death has replaced sex as a taboo, and sex has replaced bridge as a social event for mixed foursomes, and large deep freezes are empty except for twelve sausages. They come to Perrins in the hope that they won't be ridiculed as petty snobs, but as human beings who are bewildered at the complexity of social development, castrated by the conformity of a century of mass production, and dwarfed by the immensity of technological progress which has advanced more in fifty years than in the rest of human existence put together, so that when they take their first tentative steps into an adult society shaped by humans but not for humans, their personalities shrivel up like private parts in an April sea.



Colin Pillock:
I, er, I see...



Reginald Perrin:
Not too monosyllabic for you, I hope?

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Shingen Takeda:
Even with this resemblance, Nobukado, he is so wicked as to be sentenced to crucifixion. How could this scoundrel be my double?



Kagemusha:
I only stole a few coins. A petty thief. But you've killed hundreds and robbed whole domains. Who is wicked, you or I?

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Perry White:
[upon Clark entering his office] Kent, I need a story to run with the page three sidebard. Get me everything you can on this terrorist group.



Clark Kent:
Right!


[is about to leave but stops]



Clark Kent:
Uh, sorry. T... terrorists?



Perry White:
Get your head out of the closet, Kent! Where've you been for the past twelve hours?



Clark Kent:
Home.



Perry White:
Well, don't you watch television?



Clark Kent:
Frankly, Mr. White, I really don't enjoy television. Too much violence. I was just reading Dickens.



Jimmy Olsen:
[races in] Mr. Kent! A gang of terrorists seized the Eiffel Tower! In Paris!



Perry White:
He knows where the Eiffel Tower is, Olson!


[afterthought]



Perry White:
You do, don't you Kent?



Clark Kent:
Yes, sir.


[to Jimmy]



Clark Kent:
Has anybody been hurt?



Jimmy Olsen:
Well, so far the hostages are unharmed.



Clark Kent:
The hostages?



Jimmy Olsen:
Yeah! Tourists! About twenty of them!



Perry White:
Yeah, but that's just petty stuff. These guys claim that if the French government doesn't meet their demands, they've got a hydrogen bomb ready to level Paris.



Clark Kent:
Well, geez Mr. White. That's t... terrible!



Perry White:
That's why they call them "terrorists," Kent.

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[the Chief Bosun and Werner enter the petty officer's quarters]



Pilgrim:
Morning, Lieutenant.



Chief Bosun:
So, the petty officers sleep here. Twelve men. When one's on duty, the other sleeps in his stink.


[Pilgrim and Frenssen laugh]



Chief Bosun:
Yeah. And here is your bunk. Just for you. Our guest.



Pilgrim:
[gives Werner his pouncho] Here you go, Lieutenant.



Frenssen:
[throws Werner an oxygen mask] Oh, this is your oxygen mask. Very important.



Pilgrim:
Not much good except for calm seas.



Frenssen:
It does come in handy when the diesel reaks.


[Chief Bosun and Pilgrim laugh]



Pilgrim:
Or when Frenssen farts!


[Chief Bosun, Pilgrim, and Frenssen laugh harder while Werner has discomfort all over his face]

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Monsignor:
I don't like you, McCabe. You're a smoothie from Southie. You wear a clerical collar and convince people you're a good person without doing anything to earn it.



Father McCabe:
And you're a petty bureaucrat who uses the power of the Catholic Church as if Jesus Christ was your idea.

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Izzy:
Anything else to go with the sandwich?



Karl:
That depends. Is it poisoned?



Izzy:
Not unless Harry is trying to bump you off. You know my life's to full to bother with petty revenge.


[karl laughs]



Izzy:
Give it a rest



Karl:
Hey hey manners, I'm a customer.



Izzy:
If you want something, then order it.



Karl:
Well you know, I might have a piece of, the tart.



Izzy:
[Izzy turns round] Which one?



Karl:
The sour one making the sandwiches.



Izzy:
You are so pathetic.



Karl:
Not quite as pathetic as you. Trying to get at me by upsetting my daughter.



Izzy:
Oh Karl I don't know what's going on in your head, but I'm with Gus.



Karl:
You know, they say the truth is revealed under pressure. Veritas Inextrimas. Like when you're stuck in a lift?



Izzy:
That'll be five dollars, thanks.



Karl:
You know Izzy you wanted me, as much as I wanted you. There's no point in denying that.



Izzy:
[looking over karls shoulder] Can I get you anything Susan?



Karl:
Ha ha, good on you.



Karl:
[karl turns round to reveal that it is infact susan] Susan!



Susan:
No thanks. There's nothing here I want.

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Rahikainen:
[Hietanen has been promoted to petty officer] Well, Hietanen. Have you managed to get some pussy when you've been on vacation. Women, they like officers. I'm sure that they wet their paint right away, when they saw your stripes.



Hietanen:
You can never be silent of that one God damn thing that is allways on your mind. You're such a strange fellow, Rahikainen. If we survive alive from this war I will take you to our neighbourhood where you can act our bull.

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Dark Helmet:
[to Col. Sandurz] Give me that, you petty excuse for an officer!

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Dr. Forrester:
That's fine, Joel. Have you petty little insurrection. Just remember you're trapped in space dressed like happy *kings*, and Frank and I are down here on Earth, free to do whatever we want.


[Frank enters reading TV guide]



TV's Frank:
Hey, Dr. F., there's a Matlock marathon on tonight. You in?

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Spike:
You couldn't get a date if you were paying for one.



Lynda:
Of course I could. We've got loads in petty cash.

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Lisa:
This is pretty far to go just to spite Moe, isn't it?



Homer:
It's not about spite, it's about petty revenge, and getting back at that traitor Moe.

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Patient X:
Well, there I was so awfully dead in that electric chair. I didn't like it. Would you? It's upsetting. There was still so much killing to do, and there I was, in the void, without a body. But then along came - well - my friend. You know. One of them. Those others over there. The cruel ones... the Master. He thought my work should continue. But in this body. This body in particular, in fact. Let's call it revenge. A certain matter of an exorcism, I think, in which your friend Father Karras expelled certain parties from the body of a child. Certain parties were not pleased, to say the least. The very least. And so, my friend, the Master, he devised this petty scheme as a way of getting back, of creating a stumbling block, a scandal, a horror to the eyes of all men seeking faith, using the body of this saintly priest as an instrument of, well, you know - my work. But the main thing is the torment of your friend Father Karras as he watches while I rip and mutilate the innocent, his friends, and again, and again, on and on! He's inside with us! He'll never get away! His pain won't end!


[Abruptly calm and composed]



Patient X:
Gracious me. Was I raving? Please forgive me. I'm mad.

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Negaduck:
I feel awful... stooping to such petty crimes. But you can't imagine how expensive thermonuclear warheads are these days.

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A chief petty officer taught me shorthand, which got me promoted to yeoman first class.More [01/31/2009 12:01:00]
Optimus Primal:
Okay Megatron. You called this meeting. What's all this slag about a truce?



Megatron:
All true. I promise.



Optimus Primal:
When Predacons talk "truce" it means they just need time to draw their weapons.



Megatron:
Under normal circumstances yes, but I have a matter of great imporatance. Something that needs my undivided attention. To be blunt Maximal... I have no time for petty squabbles now.

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Chiron:
Chiron, thy years wants wit, thy wit wants edge and manners, to intrude where i am graced, and may for aught thou knowest, affected be.



Chiron:
Demetrius, thou dost overween it all and so in this, to bare me down with braves. 'Tis not the difference of a year or two makes me less gracious or thee more fortunate. I am as able and as fit as thou to serve and deserve my mistress' grace, and that my sword upon thee shall approve. And plead my passions for Lavinia's love.



Aaron:
[to the camera] Clubs, clubs! these lovers will not keep the peace.



Demetrius:
[to Chiron] Why, boy, although our mother, unadvised gave you a dancing rapier by your side are you so desprite grown to threat your friends? Go to! Have your lath glued within your sheath till you know better how to handle it.



Chiron:
Meanwhile, sir, with the little skill i have full well shalt thou perceive how much i dare.



Demetrius:
Ay, boy, grow ye so brave?


[they draw]



Aaron:
[aaron stops them] How now, lords! Here in the emperor's palace dare you draw and maintain such a quarrel openly? Full well I wot the ground of all this grudge. I would not for a million of gold the cause were known to them it most concerns. Nor would your noble mother for much more be so dishonored in the cort of Rome. For shame, put up.



Demetrius:
Not till i have sheathed my rapier in his bosom and withal thrust those reproachful speeches down his throat that he hath breathed in my dishonor here.



Chiron:
For that I am prepared and full resolved. Foul-spoken coward, that thunderest with thy tongue and with thy weapon nothing darest perform.



Aaron:
Away, I say! Now, by the gods that warlike Goths adore, this petty brabble will undo us all. Why, lords, think you not how dangerous it is to step upon a prince's right? What, is Lavinia then become so loose or Bassianus so degenerate that for her love such quarrels may be broached without controlment, justice, or revenge? Young lords, beware. And should the empress know this discord's ground, the music would not please.

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Maximillian Cohen:
I'm trying to understand our world. I don't deal with petty materialists like you.

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Sariss:
Our spies bring word of a small rebel uprising on Danuta.



Dark Emperor:
I have no time for petty uprisings. Extinguish them painfully.



Sariss:
[smiling softly with her nice looking face] Yes, Emperor.

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Kyle Katarn:
Don't waste my time 88, tell me who killed my father.



8t88:
Patience. He is a Dark Jedi.



Kyle Katarn:
Jedi?



8t88:
DARK Jedi. He's known as Jerec and he has great plans for the rebirth of the Empire.



Kyle Katarn:
I'm not interested in petty political struggles.



8t88:
Well you should be. Without going into too much detail, Jerec has been quite generous in his offerings. Unfortunatly you don't factor into them.


[a bunch of thugs point blasters at Kyle]



8t88:
But I am not without a heart.


[Shows Kyle an antique data disk]



8t88:
Familiar, yes? I found it in your death father's home. I can decypher any language or code known but this one eludes me. It must be important. Tell me what it is and won't have to induldge in their darker side.



Kyle Katarn:
[smiles defyingly] The dark side? I've been there. Do your worst.



8t88:
[getting up] Well, I suppose that concludes our business.

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Sara Bellum:
I hate to break up this meeting of the Carmen Sandiego Admiration Society, but I'll be the one collecting the kudos as soon as the sun comes up!



Ivy:
Sara Bellum?



Zack:
But you work for Carmen! You make all her high tech gadgets!



Sara Bellum:
Well, I got a little tired of being Carmen's main brain all right, Zackary! Nice jacket!



Zack:
[as Sara pulls his shirt over his head] Hey!



Sara Bellum:
Maybe I'll get one!



Zack:
You get the feeling Sara's finally gone one glazed doughnut short of a dozen?



Sara Bellum:
Even you will have to appreciate the sheer boldness of my caper, Carmen. I'm going to steal the famous Giant of the Atacama!



Zack:
That's the largest representation of a human figure in the world!



Sara Bellum:
Perfect for the new larger-than-life Queen of Crime herself - Me!



Ivy:
You've activated the solar furnace!



Sara Bellum:
And it's already collected enough power to run the super grow lights I've invented!



Zack:
You're going to grow a tropical rainforest in the desert? Why?



Sara Bellum:
You know, for a kid genius, Zack, you sure are dumb as a wall! The moisture that evaporates will fill the clouds. Then I'll use the Spruce Goose to carry a massive cloud seeding machine that will drop salt crystal that will help it rain, rain, rain!


[laughs]



Ivy:
Do you know what would happen if that much precipation fell in the driest place in the world?



Sara Bellum:
Well, let me think, Ivy. Ah-ha! For one thing I'll be able to float the giant away on massive pontoons and pull of the grandest crime in history!


[laughs more]



Carmen Sandiego:
Well, Sara, I see working alone you took the most rational route, unfortunatly - the bridge is out.



Sara Bellum:
The beauty of it is that if I succeed, I can tell the police that I did it and the police will find you here - happy to lock you away for all your past, oh, so petty crimes! "Where on Earth is Sara Bellum?" has a nice ring to it, don't you think?

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Blossom:
A tarot card. Girls, this is worse than we imagined.



Bubbles:
Whatever do you mean, Blossom?



Blossom:
Not only are we dealing with a petty criminal, we're dealing with... a tarot-ist!

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Dahlia Gillespie:
Darkness. The town is being devoured by darkness! Strength must overcome petty desire, childish sleep talk! I knew this day would come...

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Parker:
There is a natural order. The way things are meant to be. An order that says that the good guys always win. That you die when it's your time, or you have it coming. That the ending is always happy, if only for someone else. Now at some point it became clear to us that our path had been chosen and we had nothing to offer the world. Our options narrowing down to petty crime or minimum wage. So, we stepped off the path, and went looking for the fortune that we knew was looking for us. Once off the path you do what you can to eat and to keep moving. You don't blow your ghost of a chance with nickel and dime. No possessions, no comforts. Need is the ultimate monkey. A pint of your blood can fetch you fifty bucks. A shot of cum, three grand. You keep your life simple and you can literally self sustain.

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