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Karen Quotes

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Karen Kingsbury
“Three years? That's a thousand tomorrows, ma'am.”
Karen Kingsbury

Karen Marie Moning
“Dubh is do?" I was incredulous. It was no wonder I hadn't been able to find the stupid word. "Should I be
calling pubs poos?"
"Dubh is Gaelic, Ms. Lane. Pub is not.”
Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

Karen Marie Moning
“And then what? Said, 'Oh, I'm so sorry, Ms. Lane, I didn't mean to wrinkle your lovely blouse. May I press that for you?' Or perhaps you gouged it with one of your pretty pink nails?"
I was really beginning to wonder what his hang-up with pink was, but I didn't resent the sarcasm in his voice.”
Karen Marie Moning, Darkfever

CLAMP
“Good guys are either taken or gay”
CLAMP, X/1999, Volume 13: Lament

Colleen Hoover
“Sky passed out on the road today," Karen says, changing the subject. "Some adorable man-boy carried her inside." I laugh.
"Guy, Mom. Please just say guy.”
Colleen Hoover, Hopeless

Karen      Rose
“I’ve sweated and grunted and pushed myself until I thought it would be easier to give up and die. '

- Caroline”
Karen Rose, Don't Tell

Stewart Stafford
“Karens have a best friend - Becky. She's the one who goes with them to talk to the manager and backs them up and remains silent when she calls the cops on black guys she sees in her area. Becky is Karen's tag-team partner and an enabler. Don't be a Becky.”
Stewart Stafford

Julie Cross
“Is the diameter of your index finger equal to or greater than the diameter of a super absorbency tampon?”
Julie Cross, Return to Us

Steven Magee
“It is probably a good thing that Karen Wetterhahn died from mercury poisoning, as if she had survived, she would have discovered the horrible Dartmouth College workers compensation experience for occupational disease.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“Like Karen Wetterhahn, I was mercury poisoned in the employment of Dartmouth College. Unlike Karen Wetterhahn, I survived the extremely sickening mercury poisoning.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“I worked for Dartmouth College where Karen Wetterhahn was killed by mercury poisoning. I never received any industry recognized training in handling mercury systems and also ended up with nasty mercury poisoning.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“Steven Magee is to astronomy what Karen Silkwood is to nuclear radiation.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“Steven Magee is the Karen Silkwood of astronomy.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“With the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) atop Mauna Kea, we are back to times of Karen Silkwood where the government is fraudulently facilitating the illegal damage of workers health by a biologically toxic employer.”
Steven Magee

Steven Magee
“As my research into electromagnetic radiation progressed, I was turning into a strange mixture of Nikola Tesla, Bruce Banner, Dr John Ott and Karen Silkwood.”
Steven Magee

Taylor Jenkins Reid
“KAREN: He said that I didn't know what I was saying and that if I didn't go forward with the pregnancy I'd regret it for the rest of my life. He just didn't understand.
I wasn't scared of regretting not having a child. But I was scared of regretting having a child.
I was scared of bringing an unwanted life into this world. I was scared of living my life, feeling like I'd anchored myself to the wrong dock. I was scared of being pushed to do something I knew I did not want. Graham didn't want to hear it.”
Taylor Jenkins Reid, Daisy Jones & The Six

“The Karen Syndrome—as I defined it based on the social media memes and viral videos about racial profiling and entitlement—refers not only to female racists but both sexes in different races who are suffering from extreme bigotry, illusory superiority, and entitlement on the pretext that they are the exceptional children of God, if not Satan.”
Danny Castillones Sillada

“It takes courage and humility to accept and embrace one’s ignorance, that it knows too little or nothing at all.”
Danny Castillones Sillada

Charles M. Blow
“Forty percent of slave owners were white women. It was white women who made the market for Black women's breast milk and who were attended by Black women in the big house. It was white women who upheld much of the day-to-day white supremacy – the schoolteachers, the store clerks, the waitresses. And it is now often white women activating police interactions with Black people.”
Charles M. Blow, The Devil You Know: A Black Power Manifesto

Steven Magee
“It is an honor to be associated with Karen Silkwood.”
Steven Magee, Magee’s Disease