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An identity would seem to be arrived at by the way in which the person faces and uses his experience.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Laziness never arrived at the attainment of a good wish.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
When I chased after money, I never had enough. When I got my life on purpose and focused on giving of myself and everything that arrived into my life, then I was prosperous.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I am glad my ancestors arrived on the Mayflower, but I am gladder that there are nine generations between us.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Certainties are arrived at only on foot.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
All my life I believed I knew something. But then one strange day came when I realized that I knew nothing, yes, I knew nothing. And so words became void of meaning. I have arrived too late at ultimate uncertainty.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I will feel equality has arrived when we can elect to office women who are as unqualified as some of the men who are already there.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No doubt I shall go on writing, stumbling across tundras of unmeaning, planting words like bloody flags in my wake. Loose ends, things unrelated, shifts, nightmare journeys, cities arrived at and left, meetings, desertions, betrayals, all manner of unions, adulteries, triumphs, defeats... these are the facts.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
People sitting on top of the world, usually arrived there standing up.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Deathlessness should be arrived at in a... haphazard fashion. Loving fame as much as any man, we shall carve our initials in the shell of a tortoise and turn him loose in a peat bog.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
[Moore, who starred in 2003's] Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, ... not through Sean Combs, as everyone said, but through a mutual friend, Sara Foster, an actress who's known Ashton from the day he arrived in Los Angeles.More [04/10/2006 12:04:00]
When I first got here, I arrived in my room and looked at the slopes, and I had to take a minute to readjust, ... Now, I'm having a very good time.More [04/21/2006 12:04:00]
So she arrived pregnant and now my wife has a horse. The mom is named Silk and the boy is named Sagan, after Carl Sagan.More [05/08/2006 12:05:00]
“I've been told that I've arrived many times over the years so I take it with a grain of salt. It's a relatively new situation obviously, but if it all went up in smoke tomorrow, I wouldn't really care that much. There are a lot of things that interest me. As for my fortunes, it's really a crap shoot.”More [07/10/2006 12:07:00]
“[While there were rumors the No Doubt singer might not attend, she arrived early and smiling.] It's been a huge year, ... A year ago I remember driving up with [No Doubt] playing them the songs for the first time.”More [08/17/2006 12:08:00]
The thing I remember about New York was how little I felt. I arrived with one small bag and $15.More [10/29/2006 12:10:00]
“I arrived from Tokyo on Monday evening and I'm glad I got to play in the morning today, because I really want to go to bed now, the time difference is really starting to hit me.”More [11/13/2006 12:11:00]
Jack Sparrow: [to Weatherby Swann] I think we've all arrived at a very special place. Spiritually, ecumenically, grammatically.
Jack Sparrow: I want you to know that I was rooting for you. Know that.
[to Commodore Norrington]
Jack Sparrow: Elizabeth... it would never have worked between us darling. I'm sorry... Will... nice hat. Friends... This is the day that you will ALWAYS remember as the day that you...
[backs up and trips over ledge]More [02/19/2007 12:02:00]
[Marty and Doc have just arrived back in 1955]
Doc: Sometime today, old Biff will show up to give young Biff the Almanac. Above all, you must not interfere with that event. We must let Old Biff believe he succeeded, so that he'll leave 1955 and bring the DeLorean back to the future.
Marty McFly: Right.
Doc: Once Old Biff is gone, grab the Almanac anyway that you can. Remember, both of our futures depend on this.
Marty McFly: You don't have to remind me of that, Doc.More [02/28/2007 12:02:00]
Bruce Wayne: "We're 5 little items of an everyday sort. You'll find us all in a tennis court". In... A-E-I-O-U. Vowels.
Alfred Pennyworth: Not entirely unclever, sir, but what do a clock, a match, chess pawns, and vowels have in common? What do these riddles mean?
Bruce Wayne: Every riddle has a number in the question and they arrived at this order: 13, 1, 8, and 5.
Alfred Pennyworth: 13, 1, 8, and 5. What do they mean?
Bruce Wayne: Perhaps letters of the alphabet?
Alfred Pennyworth: Of course, 13 is M.
Bruce Wayne: 1 would be A, 8 would be H, and 5 would be E.
Alfred Pennyworth: M-A-H-E.
Bruce Wayne: Perhaps 1 and 8 are 18.
Alfred Pennyworth: 18 is R. M-R-E.
Bruce Wayne: How about Mr. E.?
Alfred Pennyworth: Mystery.
Bruce Wayne: And another name for mystery?
Alfred Pennyworth: Enigma.
Bruce Wayne: Mr. E. Nygma. Edward Nygma. Stickley's suicide was obviously a computer-generated forgery.
Alfred Pennyworth: You really are quite bright, despite what people say.More [03/19/2007 12:03:00]
[the new Prime Minister has just arrived in Number Ten Downing Street]
Annie: Would you like to meet your household staff?
Prime Minister: Yes, I would like that very much. Anything to put off actually running the country.More [04/03/2007 12:04:00]
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Mrs Wilson, a major crisis has arisen. I've just found out that Mr Weissman won't eat meat and I don't know what to do and I can't ask Mrs Croft. I simply don't dare.
Mrs. Wilson: Oh, everything's under control your ladyship. Mr Weissman's valet informed us as soon as he arrived so we've prepared a special version of the soup, he can eat the fish and the hors d'oeuvres, there'll be a welsh rarebit for the game course, I'm not sure what we're going to do about the entree but we'll think of something.
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Thank you Mrs Wilson. Ten steps ahead as always. Which one of you is Mr Weissman's valet?
Henry Denton: I am, your Ladyship.
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Are you indeed. Yes. Well. Thank you for your...
[pause while she takes a good look at him]
Lady Sylvia McCordle: efficiency.
[leaves]
George (First Footman): [to Denton] You're all set then.More [04/22/2007 12:04:00]
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Mrs Wilson, absolute crisis. I've just found out that Mr Weissman won't eat meat. I don't know what to do and I can't ask Mrs Croft. I simply don't dare.
Mrs. Wilson: Everything's under control your ladyship. Mr Weissman's valet informed us as soon as he after he arrived so we've prepared a special version of the soup, he can eat the fish and the hors d'oeuvres, there'll be a welsh rarebit for the game course, I'm not sure what we're going to do about the entree but we'll think of something.
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Thank you Mrs Wilson. Ten steps ahead as always. Which one of you is Mr Weissman's valet?
Henry Denton: I am, your Ladyship.
Lady Sylvia McCordle: Are you indeed. Yes. Well. Thank you for your...
[pause while she takes a good look at him]
Lady Sylvia McCordle: efficiency.
[leaves]
George (First Footman): [to Denton] You're all set then.More [04/22/2007 12:04:00]
[from trailer]
Domino Harvey: [narrates] My name is Domino Harvey. I am a bounty hunter. You're probably wondering how a girl like me arrived here. What I say will determine whether or not I spend the rest of my life in prison. Let's start at the beginning.More [04/24/2007 12:04:00]
Domino Harvey: [V.O] You're probably wondering how a girl like me arrived here, at the arse end of the Nevada desert with a blood-spattered Winnebago and a one-armed man.More [04/24/2007 12:04:00]
Charles: I arrived last night. Right in time for English Department cocktails. The cock was mine. The tail belonged to a lovely young thing with a passion for D.H. Lawrence.More [04/28/2007 12:04:00]
John Watson: Amazing, Holmes. Simply amazing. Of course, you did forget one very important clue.
Sherlock Holmes: Oh? Please enlighten me.
John Watson: Well, "Rathe" is "Ehtar" spelled backwards.
Sherlock Holmes: Very clever, Watson. Well, I'm certain I would have arrived at that conclusion sooner or later.
John Watson: [smiling] Sooner or later.More [05/10/2007 12:05:00]
Julia Finsbury: Oh!
Michael Finsbury: My grandfather was recently buried, sir.
Detective: And who are you, sir?
Julia Finsbury: He is Michael Finsbury.
Detective: And who are YOU, madam?
Michael Finsbury: She is Julia Finsbury, shortly to become... Julia Finsbury!
Detective: Young man, did you know there was a body in the piano?
Peacock: I did it.
Detective: Who is he?
Michael Finsbury: He is the butler, sir.
Detective: The butler did it?
Michael Finsbury: No, sir. I put the body there.
Detective: Is this true?
Michael Finsbury: Yes sir.
Detective: In that case, you are entitled to a reward of £1,000. You are responsible for bringing the Bournemouth Strangler to his just end.
Michael Finsbury: A, a thousand pounds? Oh, but I-I-I don't, I don't deserve it. The body just arrived in a barrel.
John Finsbury: I sent it.
Detective: And who are you, sir?
Morris Finsbury: He is of diminished responsibility, officer. It was all my doing. If there's any justice in this naughty world, the reward is mine.
Detective: And WHO are YOU?
[falls into open grave]
Morris Finsbury: You remember me - Morris Finsbury. I was falsely accused of stealing a hundred thousand pounds, whereas in fact it was me, and me alone, who was responsible for bringing the Bournemouth Strangler to his just desserts.More [05/20/2007 12:05:00]
Nobody: I was then taken east, in a cage. I was taken to Toronto. Then Philadelphia. And then to New York. And each time I arrived at another city, somehow the white men had moved all their people there ahead of me. Each new city contained the same white people as the last, and I could not understand how a whole city of people could be moved so quickly.More [06/13/2007 12:06:00]
Edward D. Wood, Jr.: And cut! Print. We're moving on. That was perfect.
Ed Reynolds: Perfect? Mr. Wood, do you know anything about the art of film production?
Edward D. Wood, Jr.: Well, I like to think so.
Ed Reynolds: That cardboard headstone tipped over. This graveyard is obviously phony.
Edward D. Wood, Jr.: Nobody will ever notice that. Filmmaking is not about the tiny details. It's about the big picture.
Ed Reynolds: The big picture?
Edward D. Wood, Jr.: Yes.
Ed Reynolds: Then how 'bout when the policemen arrived in daylight, but now it's suddenly night?
Edward D. Wood, Jr.: What do you know? Haven't you heard of suspension of disbelief?More [06/13/2007 12:06:00]
Malvolio: Were not you even now with the Countess Olivia?
Cesario: Even now, sir; on a moderate pace I have since arrived but hither.
Malvolio: She returns this ring to you, sir: you might have saved me my pains, to have taken it away yourself. She adds, moreover, that you should put your lord into a desperate assurance she will none of him. Receive it so.
Cesario: She took the ring of me? I'll none of it.
Malvolio: Come, sir, you peevishly threw it to her; and her will is, it should be so returned: if it be worth stooping for, there it lies in your eye; if not, be it his that finds it.More [06/23/2007 12:06:00]
John: Greetings... and welcome. I trust that you are all wondering where you are. I can assure you that while your location is not important, what these walls offer for your IS important... salvation, if you earn it. 3 hours from now the door to this house will open. Unfortunately, you only have 2 hours to live. Right now, you are breathing in a deadly nerve agent. You've been breathing it since you've arrived here. Those of you familiar with the Tokyo subway attacks will know its devastating effects on the human body. The only way to overcome it and walk out that door is to find an antidote. Several are hidden around this house. One is inside the safe in front of you. You all posess the combination to the safe. Think hard... the numbers are in the back of your mind. The clue to their order can be found "over the rainbow". Once you realize what you all have in common, you will gain a better understanding of why you're here. X marks the spot for that clue, so look carefully. Let the game begin.More [06/26/2007 12:06:00]
Preston: It was October, freshman year. First time in history that I'd ever missed the bus. If I had arrived on time, I never would've seen her. But as it was, I was the first person at Huntington Hills High to set eyes on Amanda Beckett. It was her first day at school. Then, I'm sitting in class enjoying a late breakfast when out of all the classrooms in the entire school, she walks into mine. And where does the teacher sit her? Right next to me! Now, up until now, one could write this off to coincidence. But then she reaches in her bag and pulls out a strawberry Pop-Tart - the very same breakfast pastry I was consuming at that moment! What was I to do? How was I to proceed?More [07/08/2007 12:07:00]
Rat #1: [John has just arrived at the home of his old friend, Sam Litvack, for a CAT scan] ... What's your problem?
Rat #2: Your face.
Rat #1: I'll hit you so hard, you'll see 10 more of me.
Rat #2: It already SMELLS like 10 more of you. So just bring it on, cheese-eater... Hey, you gerbil!
Rat #1: [They both notice John staring at them for the first time] ... What are YOU looking at?
Dr. John Dolittle: I'm just looking at a couple of greasy rats fighting over some garbage.
Rat #2: Come HERE and say that, you 4-eyed bubble-headed doofus biped! I'll get bubonic on your ass!
Dr. John Dolittle: What if I take that light bulb there, and put it between your little rat butt cheeks, and make a little rodent lamp out of you?
[notices that Sam Litvack has joined him]
Dr. John Dolittle: ... I'm sorry, Sam; how are you?More [09/17/2007 12:09:00]
Emma: Has an invitation arrived for a party at the Coles?
Mr. Woodhouse: No, thank Heaven. The Coles are nice people, but we should have to go outside to get there.More [10/10/2007 12:10:00]
Like at Halloween: I knew I'd arrived when I saw people dressing up on Halloween as my character.More [10/17/2007 12:10:00]
[Kontarsky has arrived in the hanger, and spotted Gant in the cockpit of the MIG-31]
Col. Kontarsky: Doors. Close the doors!More [11/09/2007 12:11:00]
[Dumbledore has arrived at Harry's trial, which was moved up]
Cornelius Fudge: Oh! Albus... I see you got our notice about the time change of the hearing...
Albus Dumbledore: I must have missed it; but by a happy mistake, I arrived at the Ministry three hours early.More [02/08/2008 12:02:00]
Social Worker: [the police and social welfare people have arrived to close the store, arrest Danni's father and put her in foster care... a crowd outside has gathered] We'll make arrangements with your mother to have the inventory accounted for.
Michael Dunn: [rushing in] They made this happen, didn't they?
Danni: [crying] Nobody made this happen.
[Dunn embraces her]
Danni: I just don't want you to be sad... 'cause I'm not. Promise?
Michael Dunn: [fighting tears] No.
Social Worker: We have to go.
Michael Dunn: [running up to car Danni has just been loaded in] Well, hey listen, I'm glad I got to dance with you
[car speeds off, leaving a dazed Dunn in the street]
Rooney: Don't worry, Dunn... we'll find her.More [03/03/2008 12:03:00]
Juliet Hulme: [Juliet has just arrived at her new school. For French class she has taken the name Antoinette] Excuse me, Miss Waller, you've made a mistake. "Je doutais qu'il vienne" is in fact the spoken subjunctive.
Miss Waller: It is customary to stand when addressing a teacher,
[pause]
Miss Waller: Antoinette.
Juliet Hulme: [stands] You should have written "vînt".
Miss Waller: I must have copied it incorrectly from my notes.
Juliet Hulme: [stands] You don't need to apologise, Miss Waller. I found it frightfully difficult myself until I got the hang of it.More [03/03/2008 12:03:00]
Arthur Abbott: [Reaches stairs to stage, Miles's theme music comes on] I'll do it.
[Climbs up stairs, give Iris a thumbs up at the top]
Arthur Abbott: [Addressing the audience] Thank you. Thank you, thank you. I'm absolutely overwhelmed... that I could climb those stairs.
[Audience laughs]
Arthur Abbott: I came to Hollywood over 60 years ago, and immediately fell in love with motion pictures. And it's a love affair that's lasted a lifetime. When I first arrived in Tinseltown, there were no cineplexes or multiplexes. No such thing as a Blockbuster or DVD. I was here before conglomerates owned the studios. Before pictures had special effects teams. And definitely before box office results were reported like baseball scores on the nightly news.More [03/20/2008 12:03:00]
[after Jack has just arrived at the Central Intelligence Agency]
Admiral James Greer: Jesus! You look like hell!More [04/05/2008 12:04:00]
Jing-Mei 'June' Woo: [opening naration] The old woman remembered a swan she had bought many years ago in Shanghai for a foolish sum. "This bird", boasted the market vendor, "was once a duck that stretched its neck in hopes of becoming a goose. And now look, it is too beautiful to eat!" Then the woman and the swan sailed across an ocean many thousands of lei wide, stretching their necks toward America. On her journey, she cooed to the swan, "In America, I will have a daughter just like me. But over there, nobody will say her worth is measured by the loudness of her husbands belch. Over there, nobody will look down on her because I will make her speak only perfect American English. And over there, she will always be too full to swallow any sorrow. She will know my meaning because I will give her this swan, a creature that became more than what was hoped for." But when she arrived in the new country the immigration officials pulled the swan away from her, leaving the woman fluttering her arms and with only one swan feather for a memory. For a long time now, the women had wanted to give her daughter the single swan feather and tell her; "This feather may look worthless, but it comes from afar and carries with it all my good intentions."More [05/15/2008 12:05:00]
Muldoon: [Muldoon and Ellie have arrived at the site of the T-Rex attack] I think this was Gennaro.
Dr. Ellie Sattler: [about 15 feet away] I think this was tooMore [05/17/2008 12:05:00]
Jim Davidson 'The Captain': [after the Tigers have arrived to the soccer field from the butcher shop and are covered in blood] You know, actually one of my kids forgot his socks so we forfeit; yeah, we forfeit!
Jim Davidson 'The Captain': [turns and starts sprinting to their cars] Run to the car kids! don't look back! Run!More [05/25/2008 12:05:00]
[Tanya and Artyom have just arrived at Heathrow International Airport]
Immigration Officer: How long do you intend to stay in the U.K.?
Tanya: I don't know, yet.
Immigration Officer: How much money do you have?
Tanya: [To Artyom] Skol'ko u nas deneg tochno? (Exactly how much money do we have?)
Artyom: [To Immigration Officer] Uhh... eighty-five dollars.
Immigration Officer: Not very much, is it?
Tanya: Yes.More [07/09/2008 12:07:00]
Harold: The Yanks love snobbery. They really feel they've arrived in England if the upper class treats 'em like shit.More [08/08/2008 12:08:00]
Roger Crosby:
I have come to read the will of Cyrus West. Have any of the heirs arrived yet?



Mammy Pleasant:
No, Mr. Crosby.



Roger Crosby:
You must have been lonely here these twenty years, Mammy Pleasant.



Mammy Pleasant:
I don't need the living ones.

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Red Flack, Wagon Boss:
Well, if it ain't Bill Thorpe, hey? I always thought you was hung and planted, I expect.



Bill Thorpe:
No, my time ain't arrived yet.



Red Flack, Wagon Boss:
But it looks as though it might be drawing close.



Bill Thorpe:
Well, I've been promised a hanging bee if I don't get out on the Penzy Belle, and the Captain promised me a necktie party if I set foot on the boat. It's a case of nowhere to go.



Red Flack, Wagon Boss:
It appears to me you do your shooting by daylight with too many people looking on, hey?

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Ollie Hardy:
[They have arrived at a clearing up in the mountains] Isn't this ideal?



Stanley Laurel:
It sure is. One month up here and we wouldn't know each other. We've got a well and water and lot's of it and everything.



Ollie Hardy:
Go in and ask the folks if they mind if we park here.


[Stan goes up to the door, knocks on it, it opens and the building is empty]



Ollie Hardy:
Anyone home?



Stanley Laurel:
Not now but there was a minute ago.



Ollie Hardy:
Who was it?



Stanley Laurel:
It was me. You see I was knocking on the door and...



Ollie Hardy:
Nevermind the details. C'mon let's get some food, I'm famished. "I was knocking on the door." Hmph!

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Commodore Jackson:
My last encounter with the redskins was over thirty-five years ago. I was a mere stripling.



Skeptical Passenger in pilot house:
Is that so?


[skeptically]



Commodore Jackson:
I whipped out my revolver...



Skeptical Passenger in pilot house:
Revolvers weren't invented thirty-five years ago.


[sneering]



Commodore Jackson:
Uh... uh... I know that, but the Indians didn't know it. It doesn't matter - I threw it away.



Female passenger:
Oh, how exciting - please don't interrupt.



Commodore Jackson:
I had just swum the rapids. I had my canoe under one arm and a Rocky Mountain goat under the other.



Skeptical Passenger in pilot house:
How could you swim without the use of your arms?



Commodore Jackson:
Uh, uh... in those days I had, uh, I had very strong legs. Uh, excuse me


[sheepishly doffs hat to woman]



Commodore Jackson:
, very strong limbs.



Female passenger:
You must have been full of fire in your youth.



Commodore Jackson:
I had to carry fire insurance until I was over forty. As I arrived at the river bank, I was encountered by the entire tribe of the Shug Indians. The most ferocious... have you ever been to Shug country?



Skeptical Passenger in pilot house:
No, I haven't.


[glaring at the Commodore]



Commodore Jackson:
Uh, that's fine. I unsheathed my Bowie knife and


[slowly and dramatically]



Commodore Jackson:
cut a path through this wall of human flesh, dragging my canoe behind me.



Female passenger:
[collapsing] Oh, oh, oh... oh.



Commodore Jackson:
Ah, I'm sorry. Perhaps I've gone too far.



Skeptical Passenger in pilot house:
What, what happened to the goat?


[no trace of skepticism]



Commodore Jackson:
He was very good with mustard.

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Dorothy:
[has just arrived in Oz, looking around and awed at the beauty and splendor] Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas any more.



Dorothy:
[after a pause] We must be over the rainbow!


[a bubble appears in the sky and gets closer and closer. It finally lands, then turns into Glinda the Good Witch wearing a spectacular white dress and crown, holding a wand]



Dorothy:
[to Toto] Now I... I know we're not in Kansas!

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[Al and Fred have arrived at Al's fancy apartment building]



Fred Derry:
Some barracks you got here. Hey, what are you? A retired bootlegger?



Al Stephenson:
Nothing as dignified as that. I'm a banker.

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[first lines]



Narrator:
We take this story from a time now gone from the American passing parade forever, the day of the hired girl. Before the First World War, 45,000 lonely immigrant girls arrived each year. Their wages were fifteen dollars a month. They worked 84 hours a week, 14 hours a day. Whatever their names, Bridgette or Herta or Mary or Helga, they were, in a way, the last wave of pioneers seeking a new world. Our first one was Annie Swenson, from Vallborg, Sweden. We'd never had a servant before. Annie was hired only because mother was expecting a new baby.

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Sheriff Gordon:
The scum of the whole country is coming west by the wagon-load. We got more criminals than we have citizens.



Jersey Brady:
Sounds like an up-and-coming country. Looks like we arrived just in time.

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[the regiment has arrived near the Apache's encampment]



Lt. Col. Thursday:
I propose, Captain Yorke, to deploy the men: two troops to the north, one to the east. You will then converge on the encampment.



Captain Yorke:
I wouldn't do that, sir.



Lt. Col. Thursday:
I'm not asking your advice, Captain. I'm merely stating.



Captain Yorke:
The Apaches, sir, are neither to the north nor the east. Nor are they in their encampment. But if you'da been watching the dust swirls to the south, like most of us, you'd see that they're right there!


[points to the Apaches coming over the rise]

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[first lines]


[opening narration]



Bill Stockton:
My brother Larry had written from Los Angeles - which was just a dusty pueblo in those days. He said that California was a land of vivid contrasts; great snow-capped mountains and broad fertile valleys, where Mexican and newly arrived American settlers lived in peace and friendship. This seemed mighty good to me - I wanted to see it all from those mountains clear down to the broad blue waters of the Pacific. Then Larry's next letter arrived. It wasn't a very pleasant letter. It told of outlaws who were sweeping Southern California; burning, looting, murdering without rhyme or reason. A holocaust created by some madmen bent on obliterating that paradise. Gold was discovered. Men sought it and sweated and toiled for long weeks and months, only to have their ore trains ambushed and ruthlessly attacked. A towering cliff in Tahoma was blasted, engulfing the smelter below with a tragic loss of life. The dam that supplied the water for the placer mines in Los Flores Canyon was blown up, diverting the waters into Soledad Canyon rendering the sluice boxes useless. At first I thought that maybe Larry had exaggerated things a mite. But I learned different later when I discovered something I hadn't figured on. Something that stabbed deep inside like the thrust of a Navajo lance.

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Don José Lizarabengoa:
I'm Jose Lizarbengoa. Just arrived in Seville, señorita.



Carmen García:
Señorita? Me


[She laughs]



Carmen García:
You have just arrived in Seville!

More [06/16/2016 01:06:42]
François Barras:
I arrived just in time to see Danton on his way out. Exactly as you planned, wasn't it?



Maximilian Robespierre:
Danton was my friend, not yours. Why should you feel badly about it?



François Barras:
Because Danton was a good soldier. Without him, France would have been overrun by the armies of Europe.



Maximilian Robespierre:
That was yesterday. Like all good soldiers, he outlived his usefulness.

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Bugs Bunny:
[singing while playing guitar] Bugs Bunny came to Martinique / When he arrived he was pretty weak / His knees look like they would buckle in / His tribulations caused by a penguin / Now he's built a boat on which they both could leave / He hoped that fickle fate have nothing up her sleeve.



Bogart:
Say, pardon me but, could you help out a fellow American who's down on his luck?



Bugs Bunny:
[tossing him a coin] Hit da road!


[singing]



Bugs Bunny:
If he should accomplish this daring thing / A miracle to Martinique Bugs did bring.

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