“A dying spacecraft falling at ten thousand miles per hour loses bits of itself on the way. Some parts are built to endure almost anything. Others are big-time fragile. If the fire of reentry, five thousand degrees, gets to the fragile parts, they warp, melt, vaporize. Sometimes instantly. Soon there's no recognizable center to the craft; it's all flying apart on various trajectories.”
“Can you really make a new life just by throwing out all the junk from your old one?”
“I have a theory: small talk and television are killing Western Civilization. I refuse to take part in the slaughter.”
“I’m about to break that rule by taking off my pants.”
“I can mix a cocktail with my mind, but I can’t climb a damn wall.”
“It was mercy what i did. The last bit of mercy left in me. There will be none left when I get the chance again.”
“He’ll learn to shut off his emotions eventually. Emotions will get you killed. They’ll get someone else killed too.”
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