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Believe nothing merely because you have been told it. Do not believe what your teacher tells you merely out of respect for the teacher. But whatsoever, after due examination and analysis, you find to be kind, conducive to the good, the benefit, the welfare of all beings -- that doctrine believe and cling to, and take it as your guide.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Power has only one duty --to secure the social welfare of the People.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
That doctrine of peace at any price has done more mischief than any I can well recall that have been afloat in this country. It has occasioned more wars than any of the most ruthless conquerors. It has disturbed and nearly destroyed that political equilibrium so necessary to the liberties and the welfare of the world.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The welfare of each is bound up in the welfare of all.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Those colorful denizens of male despair, the Bowery bum and the rail-riding hobo, have been replaced by the bag lady and the welfare mother. Women have even taken over Skid Row.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The effect of violent dislike between groups has always created an indifference to the welfare and honor of the state.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Let us do our duty, in our shop in our kitchen, in the market, the street, the office, the school, the home, just as faithfully as if we stood in the front rank of some great battle, and knew that victory for mankind depends on our bravery, strength, and skill. When we do that, the humblest of us will be serving in that great army which achieves the welfare of the world.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The welfare of our children is our main concern and their best interests are our first priorityMore [05/06/2006 12:05:00]
Cartman: Don't worry, Tweek. Your family can go on welfare. Kenny's family's on welfare and they're happy, isn't that right, Kenny?
Kenny: [muffled] Fuck you.More [05/02/2007 12:05:00]
Cleo McDowell: A prince. He's a prince. Oh, Lisa, you did it this time. You hit the jackpot. Your little goat herder makes Darryl look like a welfare case.More [07/26/2007 12:07:00]
Duc d'Anjou: [as he stands before Elizabeth and entourage in a dress, speaking in a heavy French accent] What? Huh? What? Wha-do, what? You stare, madame.
[snorts]
Duc d'Anjou: What is it, do you see... somesthings... strange perhaps? Heh-heh... Hmm?
Elizabeth: You are wearing a dress, your grace.
Duc d'Anjou: Oh, yes I am wearing a dress! Yes, yes I'm wearing a dress! Wha- I wear a dress like this, my mother, and you... Hm-hm But I only dress like this-a, when I'm alone, in private, with my friends... Hmm?
Elizabeth: Your grace.
[approaches and offers her hand for him to kiss, which he reluctantly does]
Elizabeth: Although my affection for you is undiminished, I have, after an agonizing struggle, determined to sacrifice my own happiness for the welfare of my people.
Duc d'Anjou: Oh! My God, ha-ha...More [10/08/2007 12:10:00]
Kaffee: [Kaffee is questioning Kendrick about Dawson's refusal to discipline PFC Curtis Bell, which led to his bad pro-con report rating] Lt. Kendrick, was Lance Corporal Dauson given a below average rating on this last report because you learned he had been sneaking food to Private Bell?
Capt. Ross: Object!
Judge Randolph: Not so fast. Leutenant?
Lt. Kendrick: Lance Corporal Dawson was given a below average rating because he had committed a crime.
Kaffee: A crime? What crime did he commit? Leutenant? Dawson brought a hungry guy some food... what crime did he commit?
Lt. Kendrick: He disobeyed an order!
Kaffee: And because he did. Because he exercised his own set of values. Because he made a decision about the welfare of another Marine which was in conflict with an order of yours he was punished. Isn't that right.
Lt. Kendrick: Lance Corporal Dawson disobeyed an order!
Kaffee: Yeah, but it wasn't a real order, was it? I mean it's peace time. He wasn't being asked to secure a hill or advance on a beach head. Surely a Marine of Dawson's intelligence can be trusted to determine, on his own, which are the really important orders and which orders might, say, be morally questionable? Leutenant? Can he? Can Dawson determine on his own which orders he's going to follow?
Lt. Kendrick: No, he cannot.
Kaffee: A lesson he learned after the Curtis Bell incident, am I right?
Lt. Kendrick: I would think so.
Kaffee: You know so don't you, Leutenant.
Capt. Ross: Object!
Judge Randolph: Sustained.
Kaffee: Leutenant Kendrick, one final question. If you had order Dawson to give Santiago a code red...
Lt. Kendrick: [Interrupting] I specifically ordered those men not...
Lt. Kendrick: ...would it be reasonalble to think he would have disobeyed you again?
Capt. Ross: Leutenant, don't answer that question!
Kaffee: You don't have to, I'm through.
Capt. Ross: Leutenant Kendrick, did you order Lance Corporal Dawson and Private Downey to give Willie Santiago a code red? Leutenant, did you...
Lt. Kendrick: No, I did not!More [11/05/2007 12:11:00]
Animals on factory farms and slaughter houses are mutilated, drugged and abused in ways that would be illegal if dogs or cats were treated similarly. The problem is that farm animals are exempted from the Animal Welfare Act. Therefore, companies often act with impunityMore [11/23/2007 12:11:00]
Valerie: You know, I can take a lot of crazy shit from a lot of crazy people. But you - you're not crazy.
Susanna: Oh yeah? Then what's wrong with me? What the fuck is going on inside my head? Tell me, Dr. Val, what's your diag-nonsense?
Valerie: You are a lazy, self-indulgent, little girl, who is making herself crazy.
Susanna: Is that your... *professional* opinion? Is that what you've learned in your advanced studies at night school for Negro welfare mothers? I mean, Melvin doesn't have a clue, Wick is a *psycho* and you... you *pretend* to be a doctor. You review the charts and dole out meds. But "you's ain't no doctor, Miss Valerie. You's just a little black nurse-maid".
Valerie: And you're just throwing it away.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
Susanna: Is that what you learned in your advanced studies at "Night School for Negro Welfare Mothers"?More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
I believe welfare makes you lazy and unproductive.More [01/20/2008 12:01:00]
Speaking as a black person, welfare is the worst thing that's ever happened to us.More [01/20/2008 12:01:00]
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]
Countess Irina: Tell me, Pujardov.
Father Pujardov: [anxiously] Yes?
Countess Irina: Which do you think I should wear for the Englishman? The red, or the blue?
Father Pujardov: Enough! I forbid you to talk this way!
Count Petrovski: [bemused] You forbid?
Father Pujardov: Forgive me, your Excellency. In my concern for the spiritual welfare of the countess, I forgot myself. I will pray for humility.
Count Petrovski: Pray hard Pujardov. Or you'll find yourself praying for a job too.More [03/28/2008 12:03:00]
Jeffrey Wigand: I have to put my family's welfare on the line here, my friend! And what are you puttin' up? You're puttin' up words!
Lowell Bergman: Words? While you've been dickin' around at some fucking company golf tournaments, I been out in the world, giving my word and backing it up with action.More [04/17/2008 12:04:00]
Quint: Y'all know me. Know how I earn a livin'. I'll catch this bird for you, but it ain't gonna be easy. Bad fish. Not like going down to the pond and chasing bluegills and tommycocks. This shark, swallow you whole. No shakin', no tenderizin', down you go. And we gotta do it quick, that'll bring back your tourists, put all your businesses on a payin' basis. But it's not gonna be pleasant. I value my neck a lot more than three thousand bucks, chief. I'll find him for three, but I'll catch him, and kill him, for ten. But you've gotta make up your minds. If you want to stay alive, then ante up. If you want to play it cheap, be on welfare the whole winter. I don't want no volunteers, I don't want no mates, there's too many captains on this island. Ten thousand dollars for me by myself. For that you get the head, the tail, the whole damn thing.More [04/29/2008 12:04:00]
[last lines]
Leopold: Well, let us proceed. Please raise your glasses so we may toast to my bride-to-be, the woman whose welfare and happiness shall be my solemn duty to maintain. The future Duchess of Albany...
[Kate catches his eye]
Leopold: Kate McKay. Of the McKays of...?
Kate: Massapequa.
Leopold: Massapequa.
Kate: I love you.
Leopold: I love you.More [05/23/2008 12:05:00]
A.M. Newscaster: In the meantime this is A.M. Today. It's 18 minutes after the hour and time for our daily feature of debate: Count/Pointercount. Once again here are John Fitzsimmons and Sheila Hamilton.
John Fitzsimmons: [alternately to Sheila and camera] Well Sheila, I guess even you and your liberal cronies have found the light at the end of love with our beloved president. The intellectuals have been much agitated and now, having gotten the presidency by exploiting the problems they themselves have manufactured, he has done his best to fuel their anxieties about him. Sheila. Will you and your pack of bleeding heart liberals never learn that expanding welfare roles only accelerate inflation and inevitably hurt most those they purport to help?
Sheila Hamilton: Why John, you old stick in the mud.
[to camera]
Sheila Hamilton: I've been listening to that horse shit of yours for months, and you can take that crap and blow it out your ass. And for good measure, sit on THIS
[flips the bird]
Sheila Hamilton: , John.More [05/25/2008 12:05:00]
Reg: [arriving at Brian's crucifixion] Hello, Sibling Brian.
Brian: Thank God you've come, Reg.
Reg: Well, I think I should point out first, Brian, in all fairness, we are not, in fact, the rescue committee. However, I have been asked to read the following prepare statement on behalf of the movement. "We the People's Front of Judea, brackets, officials, end brackets, do hereby convey our sincere fraternal and sisterly greetings to you, Brian, on this, the occasion of your martyrdom. "
Brian: What?
Reg: "Your death will stand as a landmark in the continuing struggle to liberate the parent land from the hands of the Roman imperialist aggressors, excluding those concerned with drainage, medicine, roads, housing, education, viniculture and any other Romans contributing to the welfare of Jews of both sexes and hermaphrodites. Signed, on behalf of the P. F. J. , etc. " And I'd just like to add, on a personal note, my own admiration, for what you're doing for us, Brian, on what must be, after all, for you a very difficult time.More [07/21/2008 12:07:00]
Joyce Andrews:
But what to do about it? Protest to the authorities and wait for El Lobo to choose to commit anothre outrage? Oh, I'm sorry, Don Manuel. I guess it's not knowing what to do about it.



Don Manuel Vega [Ch. 1]:
There is something we can do. By signing the California and Yucatan Railroad over to Marsden and allowing him to finish construction of it, I believe El Lobo's raids will be stopped.



Phillip Andrews:
But the railroad in Marsden's hands would be ruinous to Mexico.



Don Manuel Vega [Ch. 1]:
Exactly! The welfare of thousands of people depend on our construction of the railroad. No, we will not sell.

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Ebenezer Scrooge:
[to Marley's ghost] We'll soon see how real you are.


[Calling out the window]



Ebenezer Scrooge:
Watch! There's an intruder in my room!



Leader of watch:
Right up, sir - law and order!



Jacob Marley's ghost:
It was for your welfare that I made this visit, Ebenezer Scrooge.


[He disappears]



Leader of watch:
[unable to find him] Your intruder seems to have hackscrewed it, if I may say so, sir.



Ebenezer Scrooge:
He was here! He was a spirit!



Leader of watch:
[laughing] Of course, sir! A fine night for spirits - of one form or another, sir!

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Ebenezer:
But it was only that you were an honest man of business!



Jacob Marley:
BUSINESS? Mankind was my business! Their common welfare was my business!

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Jacob Marley:
In life, my spirit never rose beyond the limits of our money-changing holes! Now I am doomed to wander without rest or peace, incessant torture and remorse!



Ebenezer:
But it was only that you were a good man of business, Jacob!



Jacob Marley:
BUSINESS? Mankind was my business! Their common welfare was my business! And it is at this time of the rolling year that I suffer most!

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Ernst Janning:
There was a fever over the land. A fever of disgrace, of indignity, of hunger. We had a democracy, yes, but it was torn by elements within. Above all, there was fear. Fear of today, fear of tomorrow, fear of our neighbors, and fear of ourselves. Only when you understand that - can you understand what Hitler meant to us. Because he said to us: 'Lift your heads! Be proud to be German! There are devils among us. Communists, Liberals, Jews, Gypsies! Once these devils will be destroyed, your misery will be destroyed.' It was the old, old story of the sacrifical lamb. What about those of us who knew better? We who knew the words were lies and worse than lies? Why did we sit silent? Why did we take part? Because we loved our country! What difference does it make if a few political extremists lose their rights? What difference does it make if a few racial minorities lose their rights? It is only a passing phase. It is only a stage we are going through. It will be discarded sooner or later. Hitler himself will be discarded... sooner or later. The country is in danger. We will march out of the shadows. We will go forward. Forward is the great password. And history tells how well we succeeded, your honor. We succeeded beyond our wildest dreams. The very elements of hate and power about Hitler that mesmerized Germany, mesmerized the world! We found ourselves with sudden powerful allies. Things that had been denied to us as a democracy were open to us now. The world said 'go ahead, take it, take it! Take Sudetenland, take the Rhineland - remilitarize it - take all of Austria, take it! And then one day we looked around and found that we were in an even more terrible danger. The ritual began in this courtoom swept over the land like a raging, roaring disease. What was going to be a passing phase had become the way of life. Your honor, I was content to sit silent during this trial. I was content to tend my roses. I was even content to let counsel try to save my name, until I realized that in order to save it, he would have to raise the specter again. You have seen him do it - he has done it here in this courtroom. He has suggested that the Third Reich worked for the benefit of people. He has suggested that we sterilized men for the welfare of the country. He has suggested that perhaps the old Jew did sleep with the sixteen year old girl, after all. Once more it is being done for love of country. It is not easy to tell the truth; but if there is to be any salvation for Germany, we who know our guilt must admit it... whatever the pain and humiliation.

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The Doctor:
I'm not helping you, officially. And if anyone happens to ask whether I made any material difference to the welfare of this planet, you can tell them I came and went like a summer cloud.

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Carly Corinthos:
He is going to do everything he can to help that little girl.



Ric Lansing:
The only thing I am concerned with is the welfare of that child. Custody issues can wait.



Carly Corinthos:
Oh, I get it. I see. So Sonny's going to be allowed to help save Kristina's life, but There's no way you're going to let him be anywhere near her?



Alexis Davis Cassadine:
Can we not talk about this now? Can we just - just try to be reasonable?



Carly Corinthos:
Reasonable, right. Right, reasonable is Alexis-speak for do it my way or else. You thought it was reasonable to deceive Sonny, and then I had to be reasonable and keep your little secret. Well, your little secret is out Alexis. You do not get to decide what's reasonable anymore.

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Magnus, Lena's school friend:
Are there any interesting social cases here? People in sleazy flats? People with unpaid dental bills? Drug cases will do, too. I work for "Expressen" the paper with a sting. My paper is planning a conservative victory in the '68 elections. We're doing a series on the ten most sordid social welfare cases.

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The Great Tyrant:
So, my pretty-pretty; we meet again.



Barbarella:
You! The little one-eyed wench!



The Great Tyrant:
You have a good memory, Pretty-Pretty. Yes, sometimes I like to go out among my people, be like them, ordinary, 'evil' as you call it. So, I'm your little one-eyed wench. I'm also the Great Tyrant.



Barbarella:
That's nice.



The Great Tyrant:
It amuses me immensely! Now I believe you are interested in the wereabouts and welfare of a certain party, yes?



Barbarella:
As a matter of fact I am. I'm here under the orders of the president of Earth, I'm looking for Durand-Durand.



The Great Tyrant:
I'M NOT TALKING OF HIM, I'M SPEAKING OF THE ANGEL!



Barbarella:
Pygar?



The Great Tyrant:
Yes, Pygar. He has escaped the labyrinth. Crime! He has destroyed twelve of my black guards. Crime! And he dares to deprive me of a pleasure unique in Sogo, an Earthling. Crime! Crime! You want your fine-feathered friend? Look, there he is.

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Holly:
We need welfare and you can't have my fucking shoes!

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Fred Sanford:
That's what they do. Them welfare people look under your bed, down your throat and up your mattress. And while they're prowling, your stomach's growling.

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Lamont Sanford:
Pop, that's what the welfare thing was setup for: for people in financial trouble. What do you think we pay taxes for? We'd just be taking advantage of something that was setup for people like us.



Fred Sanford:
What do you mean 'people like us'?



Lamont Sanford:
Poor people. The have nots.



Fred Sanford:
The have nots? Well if the have nots could get something from the haves and the haves gave the have nots half of what they have, then the haves would still be the haves but the have nots would be the have somethings.

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Fritz:
Look I don't know how you can run a business and not be able to cash this miserable fittence of a welfare check, is all.



Morris:
[taking a pickle from his pickle jar] If I give you all my money, I will have nothing left to buy with.

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Poll taker:
Do you think the welfare state is still viable considering the inability up to the present of the system to reconcile the isolation of the poor with the assimilation into the system of relatively well-to-do hierarchy of government, administrators, corporate functionaries and executives and the other white color elite who are the necessary benefactors of these poor?



Pamela Mann:
No.



Poll taker:
Thank you!

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Ralph Hinkley:
I'm not quitting my job. How am I supposed to eat? Go down to the welfare office and stand in the Superhero line?

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Carl Reynolds:
[on phone] It's Carl Reynolds, sir. I'm calling from Orlando, Florida.



Upson Pratt:
[alarmed] Orlando? Florida?



Carl Reynolds:
Yes. The wife and I decided to take the kids to Disney World this year...



Upson Pratt:
I don't give a fuck if you decided to take the kids to Attica this year. There are still roaches in this place, Reynolds. I killed one not five minutes ago.



Carl Reynolds:
[stammering]



Upson Pratt:
Do you like your job, Reynolds?



Carl Reynolds:
Sir, I've spoken to Mr. White who's on desk tonight.



Upson Pratt:
Do you like your job, Reynolds?



Carl Reynolds:
Yes-yes, sir.



Upson Pratt:
I'm glad to hear it because I want to see White.



Carl Reynolds:
Mr. Pratt, it's almost quarter to ten...



Upson Pratt:
And if I don't see White and then the exterminators in the span of a half an hour you will have no job by midnight tonight. Do you understand me? Then next year you can take the wife and kids to Disney World on your fucking welfare check. Have you got that? Are we together on this?

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Auntie Shrew:
Why me, that I alone should be responsible for the welfare of the entire field? It's monstrous!

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Ricketts:
You wanna keep the kid. The kid wants to keep you. But if he gets killed, well those welfare people aren't going to give you permanent custody are they.

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Kaffee:
Lt. Kendrick, was Lance Corporal Dawson given a below average rating on this last report because you learned he had been sneaking food to Private Bell?



Capt. Ross:
Object!



Judge Randolph:
Not so fast. Lieutenant?



Lt. Kendrick:
Lance Corporal Dawson was given a below average rating because he had committed a crime.



Kaffee:
A crime? What crime did he commit? Lieutenant Kendrick? Dawson brought a hungry guy some food... what crime did he commit?



Lt. Kendrick:
He disobeyed an order!



Kaffee:
And because he did. Because he exercised his own set of values. Because he made a decision about the welfare of another Marine which was in conflict with an order of yours he was punished. Isn't that right.



Lt. Kendrick:
Lance Corporal Dawson disobeyed an order!



Kaffee:
Yeah, but it wasn't a real order, was it? I mean it's peace time. He wasn't being asked to secure a hill or advance on a beach head. Surely a Marine of Dawson's intelligence can be trusted to determine, on his own, which are the really important orders and which orders might, say, be morally questionable? Lieutenant Kendrick? Can he? Can Dawson determine on his own which orders he's going to follow?



Lt. Kendrick:
No, he cannot.



Kaffee:
A lesson he learned after the Curtis Bell incident, am I right?



Lt. Kendrick:
I would think so.



Kaffee:
You know so don't you, Lieutenant.



Capt. Ross:
Object!



Judge Randolph:
Sustained.



Kaffee:
Lieutenant Kendrick, one final question. If you had ordered Dawson to give Santiago a code red...



Lt. Kendrick:
[Interrupting, exasperated] I SPECIFICALLY ORDERED THOSE MEN NOT TO TOUCH SANTIAGO!



Kaffee:
...would it be reasonable to think he would have disobeyed you again?



Capt. Ross:
Lieutenant, don't answer that!



Kaffee:
You don't have to, I'm through.



Capt. Ross:
Lieutenant Kendrick, did you order Lance Corporal Dawson and Private Downey to give Willie Santiago a code red?


[Kendrick initially refuses to answer, sensing he's been caught lying]



Capt. Ross:
Lieutenant Kendrick! Did you...



Lt. Kendrick:
No, I did not!

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Family Court Judge:
You understand that once this hearing has established Roger's permanent placement status, his welfare will forever forward be determined by this court.



Mr. Bomman:
I understand.



Family Court Judge:
And you consulted a lawyer?



Mr. Bomman:
Look, lady, I get what I'm doing. The kid's not mine anymore. Not proud of it. There isn't anything that could change my mind about it either.

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Shen Yuelin:
In China, we hold the welfare of the state above that of the individual. We have six times the population of your country, Mr. Moore, and one-tenth the crime rate. Tell me, who is right?

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Reporter:
[Rasmussen shows a video of a crying Derek with his mother talking to a reporter after his father's death] Look I know this is tough. But how do you feel right now?



Derek Vinyard:
How do you think I feel? I think it's typical.



Reporter:
Typical how?



Derek Vinyard:
Well, this country is becoming a haven for criminals so what do you expect? You know, decent hard-working Americans like my dad are getting rubbed out by social parasites.



Reporter:
Parasites?



Derek Vinyard:
Blacks, Browns, Yellow whatever.



Reporter:
I don't understand you're saying that you think maybe your father's murder was race related?



Derek Vinyard:
Yeah it's race related! Every problem in this country is race related not just crime. It's like... immigration, AIDS, welfare those are problems in them. The Black community, the Hispanic community, the Asian community, they're not white problems.



Reporter:
Derek, are those really issues that deal with poverty?



Derek Vinyard:
No. You know, no. They're not products of the environment either that's crap. Minorities don't give two shits about this country, they've come here to exploit it not to embrace it.



Reporter:
What does this...



Derek Vinyard:
I mean millions of white European Americans came here and flourished you know within a generation so what the fuck is the matter with these jewlates going around shooting a... fireman?


[cries]



Reporter:
What does this have to do with the murder of your father?



Derek Vinyard:
Because my father was murdered doing his job! Putting out a fire in fucking Nigger neighborhood. He shouldn't be giving a shit about. He got shot by a fucking drug dealer who probably still collects a welfare check!

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Sam Weir:
Uh, dad, can I have an Atari from my birthday?



Harold Weir:
An a-what-i?



Jean Weir:
That's one of those expensive video games, isn't it?



Sam Weir:
No, no! It's not expensive!



Harold Weir:
Oh, well, the welfare lines are full of those video game players.

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[Monty standing in the men's bathroom, talking to himself in a mirror with a "FUCK YOU" written on it]



Monty Brogan:
Well, fuck you, too. Fuck me, fuck you, fuck this whole city and everyone in it. Fuck the panhandlers, grubbing for money, and smiling at me behind my back. Fuck the squeegee men dirtying up the clean windshield of my car. Get a fucking job! Fuck the Sikhs and the Pakistanis bombing down the avenues in decrepit cabs, curry steaming out their pores, stinking up my day. Terrorists in fucking training. SLOW THE FUCK DOWN! Fuck the Chelsea boys with their waxed chests and pumped up biceps. Going down on each other in my parks and on my piers, jingling their dicks on my Channel 35. Fuck the Korean grocers with their pyramids of overpriced fruit and their tulips and roses wrapped in plastic. Ten years in the country, still no speaky English? Fuck the Russians in Brighton Beach. Mobster thugs sitting in caf├ęs, sipping tea in little glasses, sugar cubes between their teeth. Wheelin' and dealin' and schemin'. Go back where you fucking came from! Fuck the black-hatted Chassidim, strolling up and down 47th street in their dirty gabardine with their dandruff. Selling South African apartheid diamonds! Fuck the Wall Street brokers. Self-styled masters of the universe. Michael Douglas, Gordon Gekko wannabe mother fuckers, figuring out new ways to rob hard working people blind. Send those Enron assholes to jail for FUCKING LIFE! You think Bush and Cheney didn't know about that shit? Give me a fucking break! Tyco! Worldcom! Fuck the Puerto Ricans. 20 to a car, swelling up the welfare rolls, worst fuckin' parade in the city. And don't even get me started on the Dom-in-i-cans, 'cause they make the Puerto Ricans look good. Fuck the Bensonhurst Italians with their pomaded hair, their nylon warm-up suits, their St. Anthony medallions, swinging their, Jason Giambi, Louisville slugger, baseball bats, trying to audition for the Sopranos. Fuck the Upper East Side wives with their Hermes scarves and their fifty-dollar Balducci artichokes. Overfed faces getting pulled and lifted and stretched, all taut and shiny. You're not fooling anybody, sweetheart! Fuck the uptown brothers. They never pass the ball, they don't want to play defense, they take five steps on every lay-up to the hoop. And then they want to turn around and blame everything on the white man. Slavery ended one hundred and thirty seven years ago. Move the fuck on! Fuck the corrupt cops with their anus violating plungers and their 41 shots, standing behind a blue wall of silence. You betray our trust! Fuck the priests who put their hands down some innocent child's pants. Fuck the church that protects them, delivering us into evil. And while you're at it, fuck JC! He got off easy! A day on the cross, a weekend in hell, and all the hallelujahs of the legioned angels for eternity! Try seven years in fuckin' Otisville, J! Fuck Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda, and backward-ass, cave-dwelling, fundamentalist assholes everywhere. On the names of innocent thousands murdered, I pray you spend the rest of eternity with your seventy-two whores roasting in a jet-fuel fire in hell. You towel headed camel jockeys can kiss my royal Irish ass! Fuck Jacob Elinsky, whining malcontent. Fuck Francis Xavier Slaughtery my best friend, judging me while he stares at my girlfriend's ass. Fuck Naturelle Riviera, I gave her my trust and she stabbed me in the back, sold me up the river, fucking bitch. Fuck my father with his endless grief, standing behind that bar sipping on club sodas, selling whisky to firemen, cheering the Bronx bombers. Fuck this whole city and everyone in it. From the row-houses of Astoria to the penthouses on Park Avenue, from the projects in the Bronx to the lofts in Soho. From the tenements in Alphabet City to the brownstones in Park slope to the split-levels in Staten Island. Let an earthquake crumble it, let the fires rage, let it burn to fucking ash and then let the waters rise and submerge this whole rat-infested place.


[pause]



Monty Brogan:
No. No, fuck you, Montgomery Brogan. You had it all, and you threw it away, you dumb fuck!

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