Entertaining Quotes

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Jim Morrison
“Is everybody in? Is everybody in? Is everybody in? The ceremony is about to begin. The entertainment for this evening is not new, you've seen this entertainment through and through you have seen your birth, your life, your death....you may recall all the rest. Did you have a good world when you died? -enough to base a movie on??”
Jim Morrison, An American Prayer

David Sedaris
“Every gathering has its moment. As an adult, I distract myself by trying to identify it, dreading the inevitable downswing that is sure to follow. The guests will repeat themselves one too many times, or you'll run out of dope or liquor and realize that it was all you ever had in common.”
David Sedaris, Naked

Masashi Kishimoto
“Well.. Is that all you've got?.. I hope not..cuz you haven't finished entertaining me yet..
-Gaara to Rock Lee during the Chunin preliminary”
Masashi Kishimoto

Linda    Armstrong
“There have always been and always will be people who want to help. They just don’t know how.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“This shows that the ordinary person is wanting more for their lives. They want to be of help, they want to make things better.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“Nothing that happened in the past is anything we can change. And it shouldn’t interfere with the happiness of the present.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“I can see into your heart. You have good intentions. You can’t go wrong when you start with good intentions.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“People always look for a superhero. I, for one, am glad that you’ve labelled this ‘Subhero.’ It puts the responsibility back on the shoulders of the individual. No more looking for someone swooping in with a heroic rescue. Give and take, help and be helped instead of remaining mired in the muck waiting for one person in the whole world to fix it.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“When I can’t find something, I try to remember what I put on top of it. Whatever I was looking for is usually under something else that came next.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“Science confirms that when an individual is asked to make a choice between two insignificant objects, the person’s brain knows which he will choose up to six seconds before he ever vocally says a word.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“If the voices in your head talk to you, no one cares until they tell you to start killing people. Then you’re crazy.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“An involved parent is already a superhero.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“A limiting belief is practically invisible to us – it hides in habit and custom and mores. It is the way we live. To break out of the limiting belief would almost be like … (gasp) rebellion!”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“I bet you’re wondering why they are on the ground. When they can be outside, even for a little bit, it calms them down for days afterward. It’s the connection between humans and mother earth. It’s nice to be in contact with Mom.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“These random accidents of kindness will teach us all something about what it means to be human on this planet. We must be the change we are expecting. It’s up to us.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“All it takes for evil to be defeated is for good to find another way out of the confrontation.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“The people of earth have worked for so long toward something like this and it finally came. A way that shows us, teaches us how to maximize our potential. To become more than we were, to aim for more than we ever thought we could be. It’s wonderful!”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“Somehow, you know that good doesn’t ever battle evil. Good knows that evil will do itself in without good having to meddle.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“The mirror is where you find a reflection of your appearance. The heart is where you find a reflection of the soul.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“You’re thinking she doesn’t see your outfit, or the color of your shoes. What she does see is You! I think you could stand in a line of a thousand people all wearing costumes and she would see you out of all of them. She loves you and you can’t camouflage yourself from love like that.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Linda    Armstrong
“Secrets are only secrets to those who can’t see. There are many people who got 20-20 vision and can’t see a secret right in front of them.”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Aldous Huxley
“... the moral is plain. Avoid, if possible, being bored yourself or boring others.”
Aldous Huxley, The Art of Seeing

Linda    Armstrong
“Rebellion and accidents have caused a majority of the advancements we enjoy on a daily basis. Thank goodness for defiance and randomness!”
Linda Armstrong, Mission: Subhero

Budd Schulberg
“I’d like to be remembered as someone who used their ability as a novelist or as a dramatist to say the things he felt needed to be said about the society while being as entertaining as possible. Because if you don’t entertain, nobody’s listening.”
Budd Schulberg

“He is either a pompous ass or helplessly in love with you,’ she told me, ‘and, from the way you did not colour when you mentioned him, I should say the former. Oh, how disappointing. I had hoped he would have made you his mistress by now. How I could have entertained my tea-circle with that story. But do not worry, I shall anyway.”
M. R. C. Kasasian

Michael Bassey Johnson
“I find nature to be a perfect home.
The sky above is the roof, the air is fresh and provides enough ventilation, and the plants and animals serve as the best form of entertainment.”
Michael Bassey Johnson, Song of a Nature Lover

“Through the years, you’ve released parts of you. Some went into the sewer, others you left at your friends’ houses, some on the sidewalk while riding your bike as a kid. Your body is used to being taken apart by pieces and put back together. Swapping parts is hardwired into human existence. It takes on a much larger role in death.”
Linda Armstrong, The Zombie Wizards of Ala-ka

“Just as you drop body parts, those parts reassemble, and have done so continuously over the history of the earth. People decompose, become dirt, dirt becomes vegetables and fruit, animals and people eat the food that grows from the dirt that was once a body. It is all one big recycling program the earth does.”
Linda Armstrong, The Zombie Wizards of Ala-ka

“Death lies not in being dead, but in acting dead.”
Linda Armstrong, The Zombie Wizards of Ala-ka

Sunshine Rodgers
“One day, I'll be away from all of this! I will make enough money after getting my book published, and I will sign a literary contract and be living the dream!

A little boy drops his frozen custard near me, causing the vanilla cream to spread all over my black shoes.

I frown with displeasure and shake it off.

One day...”
Sunshine Rodgers, The Characters Within

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