Monday, September 15, 2014

Aliens (1986)




JOURNAL ARCHIVE: Saturday, September 03, 2005 7:30 PM


Chechaquo

This is an excerpt from To Build A Fire that made an impression with me early on and has felt especially relevant for the past few years:

But all this--the mysterious, far-reaching hairline trail, the absence of sun from the sky, the tremendous cold, and the strangeness and weirdness of it all--made no impression on the man. It was not because he was long used to it. He was a new-comer in the land, a chechaquo, and this was his first winter. The trouble with him was that he was without imagination. He was quick and alert in the things of life, but only in the things, and not in the significances. Fifty degrees below zero meant eighty odd degrees of frost. Such fact impressed him as being cold and uncomfortable, and that was all. It did not lead him to meditate upon his frailty as a creature of temperature, and upon man's frailty in general, able only to live within certain narrow limits of heat and cold; and from there on it did not lead him to the conjectural field of immortality and man's place in the universe. Fifty degrees below zero stood for a bite of frost that hurt and that must be guarded against by the use of mittens, ear-flaps, warm moccasins, and thick socks. Fifty degrees below zero was to him just precisely fifty degrees below zero. That there should be anything more to it than that was a thought that never entered his head.


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To Build a Fire










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Aliens (1986)

697 AMCPHD: Monday, September 15 2:00 AM [ 3 AM 15 September 2014 Pacific Time USA ]

1986, R, ****, 02:17, Color, English, United States,

On planet LV-426, Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) and a dwindling number of Marines battle an almost-unstoppable army of monstrous predators which wiped out an entire colony of humans, save for one little girl (Carrie Henn).

Cast: Sigourney Weaver, Carrie Henn, Michael Biehn










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Alien 2


[ Ripley: ] I don't believe this.
[ Ripley: ] You guys throw me|to the wolves...
[ Ripley: ] and now you want me|to go back there?
[ Ripley: ] Forget it.|It's not my problem.
-Can I finish?|-No.
There's no way.
[ Lieutenant Gorman: ] You wouldn't be|going in with the troops.
[ Lieutenant Gorman: ] I can guarantee your safety.
[ Burke: ] These Colonial Marines|are very tough hombres.
[ Burke: ] They're packing|state-of-the-art firepower.
[ Burke: ] There's nothing|they can't handle.
[ Burke: ] Lieutenant, am I right?
[ Lieutenant Gorman: ] We've been trained to deal|with situations like this.
[ Ripley: ] Then you don't need me.|I'm not a soldier.










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Star Trek Generations


PICARD: How long have you been here?

KIRK: I don't know.





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Star Trek Generations


PICARD: The Nexus?

SORAN: Time has no meaning there.










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Alien 2


[ Sgt. Apone: ] First assembly's|in fifteen, people. Shag it.










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Aliens (1986)

Quotes


Apone: All right, sweethearts, you're a team and there's nothin' to worry about. We come here, and we gonna conquer, and we gonna kick some, is that understood? That's what we gonna do, sweethearts, we are going to go and get some. All right, people, on the ready line! Are ya lean?

Marines: Yea!

Apone: Are ya mean?

Marines: Yea!

Apone: WHAT ARE YOU?

Marines: Lean and mean!

Apone: WHAT ARE YOU? HUDSON! Get on the ready line, Marines, get some today! Get on the ready line! Move it out! Move it out, goddammit! Get hot! One, two, three, four! Get out, get out, get out! Move it out, move it out, move it out! Move it out, move it out, move it out! One, two, three, four, five, six, seven! Aaarrrrr, absolutely badassess!










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Aliens (1986)

Quotes


Ripley: How many drops is this for you, Lieutenant?

Gorman: Thirty eight... simulated.

Vasquez: How many *combat* drops?

Gorman: Uh, two. Including this one.










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Star Trek Generations


KIRK: The bulkhead in front of me disappeared. ...Then I found myself out here just now chopping wood, ...right before you walked up.










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Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990)

Quotes


Kate: Billy, if we get through today alive, you're in big trouble.










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Elena: Oh, we're going home. We have just spent three months calibrating the new antennae at Tchalinko... And what about you?

Dr. Floyd: I'm just on my way up to Clavius.










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Dr. Floyd: What's that? Chicken?










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The American Presidency Project

George W. Bush

XLIII President of the United States: 2001 - 2009

Remarks on the Nomination of Michael O. Leavitt To Be Secretary of Health and Human Services

December 13, 2004

The President. Thank you. Good morning. I am pleased to announce the nomination of Michael O. Leavitt as the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Last year I welcomed Mike to my Cabinet as the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. In that office, he has enforced high standards and a spirit of cooperation and with good common sense. He has upheld this administration's commitment to sustain improvements in the quality of the natural environment. He has managed the EPA with skill and with a focus on results. I've come to know Mike as a fine executive, as a man of great compassion. He is an ideal choice to lead one of the largest departments of the United States Government.

The Department of Health and Human Services touches the life of every person in this country. From the safety of our food and medicine to the Medicare program to preparing for any kind of health emergency, HHS has comprehensive responsibilities for the health of Americans. To meet those responsibilities, the Department needs many thousands of skilled professionals and a leader who is able to act on many fronts all at once.










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Aliens (1986)

Quotes


Vasquez: Who's Snow White?

Ferro: She's supposed to be some kinda consultant. Apparently she saw an alien once.










From 7/16/1963 ( Phoebe Cates the Harvard University graduate medical doctor and the world-famous actress and the wife of my biological brother Thomas Reagan ) To 12/13/2004 is 15126 days

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From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/18/1986 ( premiere US films "Aliens" ) is 7563 days



From 2/1/1964 ( premiere US film "Life in Danger" ) To 12/13/2004 is 14926 days

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From 7/13/1957 ( premiere US film "The Blue Danube" ) To 12/13/2004 is 17320 days

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From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 7/19/1989 ( Bill Gates-Microsoft-George Bush kills 111 passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 232 and destroys the United Airlines Flight 232 aircraft because I was a passenger of United Airlines Flight 232 as United States Navy Petty Officer Second Class Kerry Wayne Burgess and I was assigned to maintain custody of a non-violent offender military prisoner of the United States ) is 8660 days



From 4/2/1968 ( premiere US film "2001: A Space Odyssey" ) To 12/13/2004 is 13404 days

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From 10/8/1957 ( premiere US film "Until They Sail" ) To 11/18/1996 ( premiere US film "Star Trek: First Contact" ) is 14286 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 12/13/2004 is 14286 days



From 3/21/1954 ( premiere US film "Dragonfly Squadron" ) To 12/13/2004 is 18530 days

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From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 3/16/1991 ( my first successful major test of my ultraspace matter transportation device as Kerry Wayne Burgess the successful Ph.D. graduate Columbia South Carolina ) is 9265 days



From 7/15/1954 ( premiere US film "Living It Up" ) To 12/13/2004 is 18414 days

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From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 1/17/1991 ( the date of record of my United States Navy Medal of Honor as Kerry Wayne Burgess chief warrant officer United States Marine Corps circa 1991 also known as Matthew Kline for official duty and also known as Wayne Newman for official duty ) is 9207 days



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From 8/30/1992 ( Kevin Harris surrenders at Ruby Ridge ) To 12/13/2004 is 4488 days

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THE WHITE HOUSE

PRESIDENT GEORGE W. BUSH

For Immediate Release

Office of the Press Secretary

December 13, 2004

President Bush Nominates Mike Leavitt as Secretary of HHS

The Roosevelt Room

10:38 A.M. EST

THE PRESIDENT: Thank you. Good morning. I am pleased to announce the nomination of Michael O. Leavitt as the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Last year I welcomed Mike to my Cabinet as the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. In that office, he has enforced high standards and a spirit of cooperation and with good common sense. He has upheld this administration's commitment to sustain improvements in the quality of the natural environment. He has managed the EPA with skill and with a focus on results. I've come to know Mike as a fine executive, and as a man of great compassion.

He is an ideal choice to lead one of the largest departments of the United States government. The Department of Health and Human Services touches the life of every person in this country. From the safety of our food and medicine, to the Medicare program, to preparing for any kind of health emergency, HHS has comprehensive responsibilities for the health of Americans. To meet those responsibilities, the Department needs many thousands of skilled professionals and a leader who is able to act on many fronts all at once.

For the last four years, HHS has served the American people extremely well under the energetic leadership of Tommy Thompson. Early in his tenure, our nation went on a wartime footing and had to prepare for emergencies of a kind never seen before. Secretary Thompson led the effort to prepare the medical infrastructure for any terrorist challenge.

At the same time, he has presided over dramatic increases in medical research, adding to the promise of hopeful new cures. He's helped set in motion major improvements in Medicare, which will benefit seniors all across America. He has worked closely with state and local officials to ensure that public health programs function as effectively as possible. And throughout his career as governor and as Secretary of Health and Human Services, Tommy Thompson has led efforts to reform welfare laws and to help more people transition from welfare to work. Tommy Thompson is a good friend, who has given every day of the last 38 years to public service. As he and Sue Ann move on to new challenges, Tommy has my deep gratitude for a job well done.

My new nominee for HHS Secretary, like Tommy Thompson, served many years as a governor. The people of Utah elected Mike Leavitt to three terms, and during his administration, Utah was named one of the best managed state governments in the country. Governor Leavitt was a leader in welfare reform, resource management and environmental stewardship. He improved child welfare services in the state, and made strides toward expanding access to health care for children. He made government services more accessible through the Internet, and he always insisted that the government remain accountable to the people it serves.

When confirmed by the Senate, Mike Leavitt will be charged with a broad agenda for the health and safety of the American people. In this new term, we will implement the first-ever prescription drug benefit for seniors under Medicare. We will expand federal cooperation with faith-based groups that provide essential services, such as counseling and treatment for addictions. We will continue pursuing the great promise of medical research, always ensuring that the work is carried out with vigor and moral integrity. We will not relent in our efforts to protect the American people from disease, and the use of disease as a weapon against us.

Mike Leavitt is the right leader to lead HHS in meeting all these vital commitments. I thank him for accepting this new responsibility. I also thank his wife, Jackie, and their son, Westin, for being with us today. I urge the Senate to confirm Governor Leavitt's nomination as soon as possible.

Congratulations.

GOVERNOR LEAVITT: Mr. President, thank you very much. I want to express my appreciation for the confidence that you've shown me. I had a chance a couple of days ago to begin sorting through some of the papers that I have accumulated over 11 years as governor and some time as administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.

I found one letter that expresses what I'm feeling. It actually was a letter from a young father, a man I had met several years before. The letter was actually a report on his son. He had recently passed the five-year -- the critical five-year point on a lifesaving procedure that he had that was made possible by Medicaid. It was a letter of gratitude. As I read it, I felt a sense of gratitude. I felt a sense of gratitude for living in a country where the cares and the values of people matter, and where we care for their help.

And it's gratitude, Mr. President, that I'm feeling today, for the privilege to be able to serve in your Cabinet, and, should I be confirmed in the Senate, to have this new opportunity to contribute. I feel a real sense of understandable regret after having to leave the Environmental Protection Agency. It's an agency that's filled with dedicated people whom I have come to have great affection for and have a sense of shared importance and mission in protecting public health. The quality of health and the health condition of people in this nation is a commitment that is shared among both agencies, as is the connection between science and health. As the President suggested, the Department of Health and Human Services plays a vital part of the lives of every American.

I also want to express my admiration for Tommy Thompson. His mark will be indelibly impressed on the history of Human Services programs in this nation. As governors, we worked together in helping Congress rewrite welfare reform some years ago, and Medicaid improvements, and child health insurance programs. I'm delighted -- I was delighted when he was appointed as Secretary, and in fact, Tommy Thompson's work has benefited my own state. Thousands of people in my home state have been the beneficiary of his willingness to innovate. Working families, thousands of them, now have health insurance today because of a first of its kind waiver that he provided. I admire Tommy Thompson greatly, and the prospect of following in his service is an enormous challenge.

But I look forward, as the President said, to the implementation of the Medicare prescription drug program in 2006, medical liability reform and finding ways to reduce the cost of health care. I'm persuaded that we can use technology and innovation to meet our most noble aspirations, and not compromise our other values that we hold so dear.

So, Mr. President, I'm looking forward to implementing your vision and I want to again thank you and the American people, and to give you my commitment that I will serve and give this assignment all I have. Thank you.

THE PRESIDENT: Good job.

END 10:46 A.M. EST










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The Simpsons Season 8 Episode 2

You Only Move Twice

Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Nov 03, 1996 on FOX

Quotes


Homer: Uh... you have any sugar around here?

Scorpio: Sugar? Sure. (Fumbles in his pockets, takes out a few handfuls of sugar.) There you go. Sorry it's not in packages. Want some cream?

Homer: Uh... I... no.





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You Only Move Twice

Original airdate in U.S.: 3-Nov-96


The next morning, it's with a sad face that Homer walks up to his boss, who's busily repelling army troops in order to launch his "Doomsday Device" in time.

Homer: Say, what's going on?

Hank: I'm having a little trouble with the government.

Homer: Oh, those jerks always walking over the small businessman. Don't get me started about the government.










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Gremlins (1984)

Release Info

USA 8 June 1984



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Gremlins (1984)

Full Cast & Crew


Phoebe Cates ... Kate Beringer



































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Short Circuit (1986)

Quotes


Stephanie Speck: I thought you were alive, Number 5. I let you tear my house to shreds and you're a ROBOT! You're a machine from that dumb war lab place.










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Memorable quotes for

Short Circuit (1986)


General Washburne: The only way to secure the peace, Senator, as I'm sure you know, is to be prepared. See, we can parachute these robot guys behind enemy lines. They hide out till the first strike blows over. Then each one is able to just carry a 25-megaton bomb right up the middle of Main Street Moscow - like the mailman bringing bad news.










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Aliens (1986)

Quotes


Ripley: I'm sorry, Newt.

Newt: Don't be sorry, it wasn't your fault.










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Short Circuit (1986)

Release Info

USA 9 May 1986










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Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

Release Info

USA 18 November 1996 (Hollywood, California) (premiere)



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Star Trek: First Contact (1996)

Full Cast & Crew


James Cromwell ... Zefram Cochran










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Until They Sail (1957)

Release Info

USA 8 October 1957 (New York City, New York)










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Dragonfly Squadron (1954)

Release Info

USA 21 March 1954



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Dragonfly Squadron (1954)

Plot Summary


A Korean War film with a secondary plot of the training of South Korean pilots, to fly fighters in air defense, by American Air Force instructors,led by Major Brady, a famed and skilled-but-grounded pilot, assigned to the Kongku base. Once there he meets again Donna Cottrell (Barbara Britton), whom he was about to marry a year ago until she learned that she wasn't the widow she thought she was. Her husband (Bruce Bennett), had been a prisoner and wasn't dead, and showed up before the wedding and more or less put a damper on the whole proceedings. He is the base doctor and also keeps a wary eye on his wife and Brady. Not a bad idea considering the short period of grief she went through, after being informed he was dead, before heading for the altar with Brady. But Bruce Bennet, as was par for the course for characters Bennett usually played, does the right thing and gets himself blown up by an enemy bomb (and is certified real dead this time), thereby ensuring the two top-billed players will end up together.










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Living It Up (1954)

Release Info

USA 15 July 1954 (Atlantic City, New Jersey) (premiere)



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Living It Up (1954)

Full Cast & Crew


Dean Martin ... Dr. Steve Harris
Jerry Lewis ... Homer Flagg



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Living It Up (1954)

Plot Summary


Pretty Wally Cooper, a reporter for the New York Chronicle convinces her editor to let her do a series of articles on Homer Flagg, a young man from New Mexico who is believed to be dying as a result of radioactive poisoning. Before she arrives out west, Homer learns from his doctor that the diagnosis was a mistake and he's perfectly healthy. That doesn't stop them from accepting Wally's offer of an all- expenses paid trip to New York. Everyone in New York takes pity on Homer, while Homer and his doctor try to keep up their pretense.










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Biography for

Phoebe Cates

Date of Birth

16 July 1963, New York City, New York, USA

Birth Name

Phoebe Belle Cates










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Aliens (1986)

Release Info

USA 18 July 1986










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Aliens (1986)

Quotes


[Burke greets Ripley at the hospital after she has been rescued from hypersleep]

Burke: I'm Burke. Carter Burke. I work for the company. But don't let that fool you, I'm really an okay guy. I'm glad to see you're feeling a little better. They, uh, they tell me that all the weakness and disorientation should pass soon. It's just natural side effects of such an unusually long hypersleep, or something like that.

Ripley: What do you mean? How long was I out there?

Burke: [stunned] Has no one discussed this with you yet?

Ripley: No. But, I mean, I don't... recognize this place.

Burke: [visibly uncomfortable] No, I know. Uh, okay, it's just that, uh, this might be a shock to you. It's long...

Ripley: *How* long?










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STARGATE WIKI


SGU 2.09 "Visitation"


TJ
I, uh, I wanted to talk to you about something. I…I have a memory.

CAINE
(with irony)
Well, lucky you.

TJ
A vivid memory that I visited you on the planet…with my daughter.

CAINE
Your daughter?

TJ
When we first arrived at the planet, I was pregnant, remember?

CAINE
(surprised)
I do remember.

TJ
It was winter, and you were living in cabins. You told me that they were provided by the aliens who created the planet.

CAINE
(mystified)
I told you?

[TJ becomes teary-eyed.]

TJ
And that my daughter was safe, and you would take care of her.

CAINE
(kindly)
Um, I don't remember anything like that, Tamara. I'm sorry. I wish I did.

TJ
It was so real.










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SGU 1.04 "Darkness" Transcript


TJ
Lieutenant Tamara Johansen. I'm a paramedic. I actually quit my job a few weeks ago. I shouldn't even be here. Huh. To think, I could've missed all of this.










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GateWorld


INTERVENTION

EPISODE NUMBER - 201

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 09.28.10


JOHANSEN: So they just appear out of nowhere and that's good enough for you?

CAINE: Well, I don't think we would have survived the winter without them, and that's good enough for me.










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Life in Danger (1964)

Release Info

USA 1 February 1964



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Life in Danger (1964)

Plot Summary


The inhabitants of a small village, led by a war veteran, try to catch a vagrant, who they suspect to be an escaped mental patient.










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I Died a Thousand Times (1955)

Release Info

USA 9 November 1955










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The Blue Danube (1957)

Release Info

USA 13 July 1957










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Stewardess: Thank you. You are cleared through Voiceprint Identification.










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Dr. Floyd: [after completing the space station's voice-print identification] See you on the way back.










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Dr. Floyd: Deliberately buried. Huh!










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Dr. Floyd: You guys have really come up with somethin'.










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Release Info

USA 2 April 1968 (Washington, D.C.) (premiere)










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2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

Quotes


Dave Bowman: Hello, HAL. Do you read me, HAL?

HAL: Affirmative, Dave. I read you.

Dave Bowman: Open the pod bay doors, HAL.

HAL: I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.

Dave Bowman: What's the problem?

HAL: I think you know what the problem is just as well as I do.

Dave Bowman: What are you talking about, HAL?

HAL: This mission is too important for me to allow you to jeopardize it.

Dave Bowman: I don't know what you're talking about, HAL.

HAL: I know that you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and I'm afraid that's something I cannot allow to happen.

Dave Bowman: [feigning ignorance] Where the hell did you get that idea, HAL?

HAL: Dave, although you took very thorough precautions in the pod against my hearing you, I could see your lips move.

Dave Bowman: Alright, HAL. I'll go in through the emergency airlock.

HAL: Without your space helmet, Dave? You're going to find that rather difficult.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087050/releaseinfo

IMDb


Children of the Corn (1984)

Release Info

USA 9 March 1984










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087050/quotes

IMDb


Children of the Corn (1984)

Quotes


Isaac: Behold, a dream did come to me, and the Lord did show all of this to me.

Corn-Children: Praise God! Praise the Lord!

Isaac: A time of tribulation has come. A test is at hand... the final test.

Malachai: What has the Lord commanded?

Isaac: In my dream the Lord did come to me, and He was a shape. It was He Who Walks Behind the Rows. And I did fall on my knees in terror, and hide my eyes, lest the fierceness of His face strike me dead! He told me all that has since happened; He said, "Joseph has taken his things and fled this happy place, because the worship of Me is no more upon him. So take you his life, and spill his blood, like water upon the earth! But let not the flesh pollute the corn; cast him instead upon the road!

Malachai: And so it was done. Joseph the Betrayer was cast out!

Isaac: And He Who Walks Behind The Rows did say, "I will send outlanders amongst you: a man and a woman. And these outlanders will be unbelievers and profaners of the holy. And the man will sorely test you, for he has great power, even greater than that of the Blue Man!

Corn-Children: The Blue Man! Yes, the Blue Man!

Isaac: And just as he was offered up unto Him, so shall be the unbelievers!

Malachai: Make sacrifice unto Him! Bring Him the blood of the outlanders!










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IMDb


Aliens (1986)

Quotes


Hudson: [after the drop ship crash] That's great, this is really fuckin' great, man. Now, what the fuck are we supposed to do? We're in some pretty shit now, man.

Hicks: [Grabs him by the shirt] Are you finished?

Newt: Guess we're not gonna make it, are we?

Ripley: I'm sorry, Newt.

Newt: Don't be sorry, it wasn't your fault.

Hudson: That's it, man. Game over, man. Game over, what the fuck are we supposed to now, huh, what are we gonna do?

Burke: Maybe we can build a fire, sing a couple of songs, huh, how about we try that.

Newt: We gotta get inside. It's gonna be dark soon, and they mostly hunt at night. Mostly.



































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1973 film "The Last Detail" DVD video:

00:27:13


Budduskey: I am the motherfucking shore patrol, motherfucker! I am the motherfucking shore patrol!



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 06:20 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Monday 15 September 2014

Sunday, September 14, 2014

You've been a naughty little monkey, haven't you?




Yes, you have.










http://www.nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/medicine/laureates/1997/prusiner.html

Nobelprize.org

The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize


The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1997

Stanley B. Prusiner

Born: 28 May 1942, Des Moines, IA, USA










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Enemy Mine (1985)

Release Info

USA 20 December 1985










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IMDb


Enemy Mine (1985)

Quotes


[opening narration]

Davidge: By late in the 21st century, the nations of the Earth were finally at peace, working together to explore and colonize the distant reaches of space. Unfortunately, we weren't alone out there.










http://www.itg.be/internet/ebola/ebola-24.htm


THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EBOLA HAEMORRHAGIC FEVER IN ZAIRE, 1976


The first known case, a 44-year old male instructor at the Yambuku Mission school, came to the Mission hospital on 26 August 1976 with a febrile illness felt due to malaria. He was given an injection of chloroquine at the dispensary. The fever dropped and remained normal over the next four days but rose to 39.2º on 1 September. The typical syndrome evolved from that day and he died on 8 September with severe haemorrhage.



http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/features/ebola-epidemic-plagued-by-fear-9636462.html

THE INDEPENDENT


Ebola outbreak: Why has a disease that's only ever killed 2,000 people captivated the darkest side of our imagination?

Leigh Cowart Tuesday 29 July 2014

On 13 October 1976, Frederick A Murphy, a doctor of veterinary medicine, saw something that would terrify the masses for decades to come. A few days earlier, a box containing a specimen from a patient in Zaire had arrived at the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia, in poor condition, the glass tubes broken in transit. Rather than send it straight to the autoclave for sterilisation, his colleague, Dr Patricia Webb, scavenged some fluid-soaked cotton from the damaged delivery. After the virus spent a few days in tissue culture – monkey kidney cells, to be specific – Murphy prepared a sample for examination with an electron microscope.

When he saw it, the filamentous hook-and-loop formation now so recognisable, he immediately shut down the device. He had to return to where he prepared the sample. He had to bleach the area, to autoclave his equipment and his protective coverings. It was urgent.

Then he returned his attention to the sample. He thought he'd seen Marburg, a lethal filovirus capable of causing a viral hemorrhagic fever, and shot a film's worth of pictures – not realising he had, in fact, just become the first human to ever photograph the slender, looping tell of the Ebola virus.

Ebola. The name itself has become a synonym for horror. That a strand of 280 or so amino acids carrying little more than simple instructions and lucky keys for vertebrate locks can kill in such a fantastically gruesome manner is a testament to the ferocity of nature at the molecular core. It's one thing to fear life forms at the macro level – to dread the shark in the water, to gawk at lacerations rimmed by skin flapping around like party streamers, to see the stump and hear the story and be filled with awe at the efficiency of an ancient apex predator. It's quite another to contemplate your own body liquefying inside you, spilling through all of your available holes as you cling to life – to consider that something so deadly could have such stealth, present only in the bodily destruction it leaves in its wake.


There is perhaps no other disease that captivates the imagination quite like Ebola. It's served up as pure pop-culture nightmare fuel, from Richard Preston's The Hot Zone, the 1994 non-fiction thriller that chronicled the early days of Ebola, to the fictionalised monkey-hosted virus in 1995's Outbreak. Even The Walking Dead's zombies are of the infectious variety, bleeding from their dead eyes in between bites of human flesh. It's hard to imagine something worse than a virus that leaves people to die in the decaying wreckage of their own cytokine storm, bodies that leak with blood and death, commandeered and turned into Ebola replication machines.

No disrespect, of course, to death by starvation. Or cancer. Or measles.

Part of the horror of Ebola is that it shatters the idea of a "good death". You can't deny mortality when death is on display in this way: bodies disintegrating, the sounds and smells of hot, sick blood and feces and bile erupting and oozing from a not-yet corpse. There will be no one to cradle the deceased, no comments about how they "look so peaceful", like they're "just sleeping". There will not be a burial; there will be a disposal.

But Ebola, for all its evils, could actually be a whole lot worse. On 26 August 1976, a 44-year-old teacher appeared at Yambuku Mission Hospital in Zaire (now called the Democratic Republic of the Congo) with a fever and what he thought was malaria, and received an injection of the antimalarial drug chloroquine. At the time, the hospital had 120 beds and a medical staff of 17, and ran a clinic that treated 6,000 to 12,000 people monthly. Each morning, administrators issued five syringes and needles to the nursing staff, to be used in the outpatient department, the prenatal clinic and the inpatient wards. According to a report from the WHO, "syringes and needles were apparently not sterilised between their use on different patients but rinsed in a pan of warm water. At the end of the day they were sometimes boiled".

After the injection, the man's fever resolved quickly. On 1 September, it came back. He was admitted to the hospital four days later with gastrointestinal bleeding and died three days after that. By the end of September, when the hospital closed, 11 of its 17 staff members were dead.



http://www.biodesign.asu.edu/news/defensive-measures-toward-a-vaccine-for-ebola

ASU BIODESIGN INSTITUTE

ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY

December 05, 2011

On August 26, 1976, a time bomb exploded in Yambuku, a remote village in Zaire, (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo). A threadlike virus known as Ebola had emerged, soon earning a grim distinction as one of the most lethal, naturally occurring pathogens on earth, killing up to 90 percent of its victims, and producing a terrifying constellation of symptoms known as hemorrhagic fever.



http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4153011/

NCBI

PMC

US National Library of Medicine

National Institutes of Health


Epidemiol Health. 2014; 36: e2014014.

Published online Aug 18, 2014. doi: 10.4178/epih/e2014014

PMCID: PMC4153011

What do we really fear? The epidemiological characteristics of Ebola and our preparedness

Moran Ki

Abstract.

Ebola virus disease (hereafter Ebola) has a high fatality rate; currently lacks a treatment or vaccine with proven safety and efficacy, and thus many people fear this infection. As of August 13, 2014, 2,127 patients across four West African countries have been infected with the Ebola virus over the past nine months. Among these patients, approximately 1 in 2 has subsequently died from the disease. In response, the World Health Organization has declared the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to be a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. However, Ebola is only transmitted by patients who already present symptoms of the disease, and infection only occurs upon direct contact with the blood or body fluids of an Ebola patient. Consequently, transmission of the outbreak can be contained through careful monitoring for fever among persons who have visited, or come into contact with persons from, the site of the outbreak. Thus, patients suspected of presenting symptoms characteristic of Ebola should be quarantined. To date, South Korea is not equipped with the special containment clinical units and biosafety level 4 facilities required to contain the outbreak of a fatal virus disease, such as Ebola. Therefore, it is necessary for South Korea to make strategies to the outbreak by using present facilities as quickly as possible. It is also imperative that the government establish suitable communication with its citizens to prevent the spread of uninformed fear and anxiety regarding the Ebola outbreak.

The current Ebola epidemic has garnered wide media attention throughout the world. As a result, many people fear that the disease, which is generally limited to the African continent, may cause an outbreak in their local community at any given moment.

The present paper will examine the epidemiological characteristics of Ebola, our level of preparedness, and discuss what we fear.

Ebola is a viral disease. Although it has previously been referred to as “Ebola hemorrhagic fever,” some Ebola patients did not present hemorrhage, and thus, it is now referred to as Ebola virus disease. The first known Ebola patient was a 44-year old man who had managed the construction of a school in northern Zaire (currently the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC). On August 26, 1976, the patient presented at a hospital with a high fever. He received an injection of chloroquine for presumptive malaria and had a clinical remission of his symptoms the next four days. On the sixth day, the patient had a fever of 39.2°C and began to hemorrhage. On September 8 (the 14th day), the patient died with severe hemorrhage. For the following months, until late-October, there was an outbreak of Ebola, with 280 of the 318 patients subsequently dying from the disease [1].

Unfortunately, in the hospital that treated the first case of Ebola, all 17 hospital employees were exposed to the patient, resulting in 13 being infected, and 11 dying. When the pathway of infection for this outbreak was examined, 85 of the 318 patients (26.7%) were found to have received an injection at their respective hospitals. There were no survivors among the patients who were infected through injections. At the time, syringes and needles were sometimes rinsed between patients in a pan of warm water. At the end of the day they were sometimes boiled [1].

When this outbreak was investigated to determine the source of the infection, no particular behavior of interest was presented by the first case prior to infection. Although the patient purchased, cooked, and ate bushmeat (antelopes), other members of his party who had touched and eaten the same bushmeat had not contracted Ebola. During the search through the hospital’s records from January 1974 to the beginning of the epidemic, only one case resembled Ebola. This case was an adult man who was hospitalized on August 20, 1976, with “epistaxis and diarrhea.” The person left against medical advice on August 30, and could not be found, despite an active search during the investigations [1]. It is possible that the first Ebola case was injected using a contaminated syringe or needle that had been used to treat the patient with “epistaxis and diarrhea.”

Since then, Ebola outbreaks have occurred from time to time in Africa over the past 38 years. In this time, there have been 19 additional outbreaks, primarily in central African countries including the DRC (1977, 1995, 2007, 2008, and 2012), Sudan (1976, 1979, and 2004), Gabon (1994, 1996, 2001, and 2002), Uganda (2000, 2007, and 2012), and the Congo (2001-2002, 2003, and two in 2005). There have been 2,403 patients affected during these 19 outbreaks, and 1,594 patients have died from Ebola (66.3%). Although the fatality rate varies depending on the outbreak, country, virus, and period, the most recent outbreak in the DRC during 2012 had a fatality rate of 46.8%, which is a substantially lower than the initial Ebola outbreak (Figure 1).

The current Ebola epidemic is unique from the initial outbreak in West Africa, as it has broken the pattern of outbreaks typically occurring in Central Africa. Beginning in Guinea in December 2013, the present outbreak spread to Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria, and is now the largest outbreak in history.










http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=86207

The American Presidency Project

Barack Obama

XLIV President of the United States: 2009 - present

Remarks at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada

May 27, 2009

Thank you so much. Everybody please have a seat. Thank you so much. I've got some special acknowledgments that I have to make. First of all, we've got some members of the congressional delegation Nevada who are doing outstanding jobs not only for Nevada but also for the men and women in uniform. And so please give a warm welcome to Congresswoman Shelley Berkley, Congresswoman Dina Titus. And we're in his district, he couldn't be here, but Congressman Dean Heller, please give him a big round of applause.

I also want to thank the State controller, Kim Wallin, for her great work; the Nevada secretary of State, Ross Miller; Nevada State treasurer, Kate Marshall. I want to thank the Brigadier General, Stanley Kresge, for the wonderful, outstanding work that he does, as well as Colonel Dave Belote, who just gave me an outstanding tour of the solar panel facility out here. But mainly I want to thank all of you, the men and women in uniform, for your service to our country. We're grateful to you. Thank you.

I just spoke to a handful of your commanders here. I know some are about to be deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, many have just come back. The fact that you serve each and every day to keep us safe is something that every American is grateful for. And so if I don't do anything else as your Commander in Chief, I'm going to make sure that we're there for you just as you've been there for us. So thank you very much.

Finally, let me acknowledge Senator Harry Reid, not just for the generous introduction, not only because he's been a great friend, not only because he's been an outstanding Majority Leader, but also because of everything that he's done for the people of Nevada and for the armed services. He is somebody who has never forgotten his roots. After all these years, he still brings the voices and values of Searchlight, Nevada to the Nation's most important debates in Washington, DC, and we are better off because he does. So please give Harry Reid a big round of applause.

You know, it's always a pleasure to get out of Washington a little bit. Washington is okay, but it's nice taking some time to talk to Americans of every walk of life outside of the Nation's Capital. And there's nothing like a quick trip to Vegas in the middle of the week. Like millions of other Americans, we come to this beautiful city for the sights and for the sounds. And today we come for the sun, because right now, we're standing near the largest solar electric plant of its kind in the entire Western Hemisphere--the entire Western Hemisphere. More than 72,000 solar panels built on part of an old landfill provide 25 percent of the electricity for the 12,000 people who live and work here at Nellis, that's the equivalent of powering about 13,200 homes during the day.

It's a project that took about half a year to complete, created 200 jobs, and will save the United States Air Force, which is the largest consumer of energy in the Federal Government, nearly $1 million a year. It will also reduce harmful carbon pollution by 24,000 tons per year, which is the equivalent of removing 4,000 cars from our roads. And most importantly, this base serves as a shining example of what's possible when we harness the power of clean, renewable energy to build a new, firmer foundation for economic growth.

Now, that's the kind of foundation we're trying to build all across America.










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From 6/25/1947 ( "The Diary of a Young Girl" by Anne Frank is first published ) To 1/17/1991 ( RACKETEER INFLUENCED AND CORRUPT ORGANIZATIONS US Title 18 - the Persian Gulf War begins as scheduled severe criminal activity against the United States of America ) is 15912 days

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[ See also: To Be Continued? ]



http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/index.php?pid=86231

The American Presidency Project

Barack Obama

XLIV President of the United States: 2009 - present

Remarks at a Democratic National Committee Fundraiser in Beverly Hills, California

May 27, 2009


It is good to be back in L.A. My main task here tonight is just to say thank you. First of all, I want to thank so many of you who were knocking on doors and making phone calls and traveling to other cities, turning an election into a movement, a movement for change.

But the fact that you're here tonight indicates that you understand the campaign just gave us a chance to bring about change. It didn't actually deliver the change, it gave us the chance, the opportunity; it put us in place to bring about change. So now the hard part starts.

So I decided I should come back to Los Angeles with all my great supporters--[applause]--and just to give you a little progress report, just a little progress report.

We started off in the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. And so what we decided to do was pass the largest economic recovery package in the history of the United States of America, and we got it done in one month. All across America you've got folks who are going to work rebuilding roads and bridges, but also building an electric grid that can help move renewable energies from production to conception, saving teachers' jobs that might have been eliminated if we hadn't passed it, making sure that folks who lose their jobs still have health care, providing a whole host of support services to communities that were in need.

Then we signed something called the Lilly Ledbetter Act because we thought it made sense that women should get equal pay for equal work--I don't know if you agree with that. We removed the ban on funding stem cell research because we believe in the possibilities of science.

What else did we do? [Laughter]










http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/1239247/Stanley-Hiller-Jr

Encyclopædia Britannica


Stanley Hiller, Jr.

(born Nov. 15, 1924, San Francisco, Calif.—died April 20, 2006, Atherton, Calif.), American helicopter designer who , was a teenager when he founded his own company, Hiller Industries, which made a handsome profit from the manufacture of the Comet, a miniature model racing car that he designed; the firm was transformed into a million-dollar business when the 16-year-old college student was contracted by the U.S. military to make parts for combat aircraft during World War II. Hiller, with the backing of his father, left college to concentrate on designing the XH-44, a coaxial helicopter (the first to feature two blades spinning in opposite directions). He later founded United Helicopters (later Hiller Aircraft Corp.). Among his other inventions were the Rotomatic Control System, the one-man Rotocycle, the Flying Platform, the Hornet, and the X-18 tilt-wing transport. Hiller later established an investment company that specialized in helping failing companies make a turnaround. In 2002 he was the recipient of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum Trophy for Lifetime Achievement.










http://www.cswap.com/1996/Independence_Day/cap/en/2_Parts/a/01_04

Independence Day


1:05:19
Hope you got an airbag!










http://www.snpp.com/episodes/8F06.html

Lisa's Pony


Burns: Muhahahahaha... Ahem. Sorry, I was just um, eh, um, thinking of something funny Smithers did today.

Smithers: I didn't do anything funny today.

Burns: [hand over mouth] Shut! up!










http://www.e-reading.org.ua/bookreader.php/71211/Clancy_-_Rainbow_Six.html


Tom Clancy

Rainbow Six


CHAPTER 6

TRUE BELIEVERS


"So, what do you do, Mark?"

"Molecular biochemistry, Ph.D., in fact."

"What's that mean?"

"Oh, figuring out how life happens. Like how does a bear smell so well," he went on, lying. "It can be interesting, but my real life is coming out to places like this, hunting, meeting people who really understand the game better than I do. Guys like you," Mark concluded, with a salute of his glass. "What about you?"

"Ah, well, retired now. I made some of my own. Would you believe geologist for an oil company?"

"Where'd you work?"

"All over the world. I had a good nose for it, and the oil companies paid me a lot for finding the right stuff, y'know? But I had to give it up. Got to the point-well, you fly a lot, right?"

"I get around," Mark confirmed with a nod.

"The brown smudge," Foster said next.

"Huh?"

"Come on, you see it all over the damned world. Up around thirty thousand feet, that brown smudge. Complex hydrocarbons, mainly from passenger jets. One day I was flying back from Paris - connecting flight from Brunei, I came the wrong way 'round 'cuz I wanted to stop off in Europe and meet a friend. Anyway, there I was, in a fuckin'747, over the middle of the fucking Atlantic Ocean, like four hours from land, y'know? First-class window seat, sitting there drinking my drink, lookin' out the window, and there it was, the smudge - that goddamned brown shit, and I realized that I was helpin' make it happen, dirtyin' up the whole fuckin' atmosphere.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 07:29 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Sunday 14 September 2014

Friday, September 12, 2014

"Crazy people walkin' round with blood in their eyes"














http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view-screencap.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead-2010&image=s04e11_8


TV Show Screencaps > The Walking Dead (2010) > Season 4 > N/A - Claimed > Screencap No. 8




















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TV Show Screencaps > The Walking Dead (2010) > Season 4 > N/A - Claimed > Screencap No. 11




















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TV Show Screencaps > The Walking Dead (2010) > Season 4 > N/A - Inmates > Screencap No. 515




















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TV Show Screencaps > The Walking Dead (2010) > Season 4 > N/A - Inmates > Screencap No. 527



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 11:39 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Friday 12 September 2014

Z Nation




She read codes to me!

And I concentrated on the numbers!

You tricked me.

You uploaded a coded signal to my brain that only my mind can process and understand.










http://www.excite.com/tv/prog.jsp?id=EP019754600001&s=201409122000&sid=65626&sn=SYFYHDP&st=201409122200&cn=676

excite tv


Z Nation (New)

676 SYFYHDP: Friday, September 12 10:00 PM [ 12 September 2014 Pacific Time USA ]

Action, Horror

Puppies and Kittens

In Upstate New York, a zombie baby proves to be an obstacle for a diverse group of survivors, as they head cross country in hope of creating a cure for the living-dead condition.

Cast: D. J. Qualls, Harold Perrineau, Keith Allan, Michael Welch, Russell Hodgkinson, Tom Everett Scott, Kellita Smith, Anastasia Baranova Executive Producer(s): Karl Schaefer

Original Air Date: Sep 12, 2014










http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/donhenley/theheartofthematter.html


DON HENLEY


"The Heart Of The Matter"

I got the call today, I didn't wanna hear
But I knew that it would come
An old true friend of ours was talkin' on the phone
She said you found someone
And I thought of all the bad luck,
And the struggles we went through
And how I lost me and you lost you










http://www.chakoteya.net/movies/movie8.html

Star Trek: First Contact


PICARD: What have you done to him?

BORG QUEEN: Given him what he always wanted, flesh and blood.

PICARD: Let him go. He's not the one you want.

BORG QUEEN: Are you offering yourself to us?

PICARD: Offering myself? ...That's it. I remember now. It wasn't enough that you assimilate me. I had to give myself freely to the Borg, ...to you.

BORG QUEEN: You flatter yourself. I've overseen the assimilation of countless millions. You were no different.

PICARD: You're lying. You wanted more than just another Borg drone. You wanted a human being with a mind of his own, who could bridge the gulf between humanity and the Borg. You wanted a counterpart, but I resisted. I fought you.

BORG QUEEN: You can't begin to imagine the life you denied yourself.

PICARD: It's not too late. Locutus could still be with you, just in the way you wanted. An equal. Let Data go and I will take my place at your side, willingly without any resistance.

BORG QUEEN: Such a noble creature. A quality we sometimes lack. We will add your distinctiveness to our own. Welcome home, ...Locutus. ...Data, you are free to go.

PICARD: Data, go.

DATA: No. I do not wish to go.










http://www.chakoteya.net/movies/movie8.html

Star Trek: First Contact


DATA: No. I do not wish to go.

BORG QUEEN: As you can see I have already found an equal. Data! Deactivate the self-destruct sequence.

PICARD: Data! No, don't do it. ...Data, listen to me.

COMPUTER VOICE: Autodestruct sequence deactivated.

BORG QUEEN: Now enter the encryption codes and give me computer control.

PICARD: Data! ...Data.

DATA: He will make an excellent drone.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 11:06 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Friday 12 September 2014

The Walking Dead - Infected - 20 October 2013




http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2931446/quotes

IMDb


The Walking Dead (TV Series)

Infected (2013)

Quotes


Rick Grimes: Wasn't much use without my gun.

Daryl Dixon: No, you were. All this time you've taking off, you earned it. We wouldn't be here without you.

Rick Grimes: It was all of us.

Daryl Dixon: No, it was you first. You gonna help us figure this out?

Rick Grimes: I screwed up too many times. Those calls you gotta make, I start down that road... I almost lost my boy - who he was. Whatever else this place needs, I'm here for it.

Daryl Dixon: Like I said, you earned it. But for what it's worth, you see mistakes. I see when the shit hits, you're standing there with a shovel.










http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead&episode=s04e02

Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Infected


No bites.
No wounds.
I think he just died.
Horribly, too.
Pleurisy aspiration.
Choked to death on his own blood.










http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead&episode=s04e02

Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Infected


Choked to death on his own blood.
Caused those trails down his face.
I've seen them before on a walker outside the fences.
I saw them on Patrick, too.
They're from the internal lung pressure building up-- like if you shake a soda can and pop the top.
Only imagine your eyes, ears, nose, and throat are the top.
It's a sickness from the walkers? No, these things happened before they were around.
Could be pneumococcal.
Most likely an aggressive flu strain.
Someone locked him in just in time.
No, man.
Charlie used to sleepwalk.
Locked himself in.
Hell, he was just eating barbecue yesterday.
How could somebody die in a day just from a cold? I had a sick pig, it died quick.
Saw a sick boar in the woods.
Pigs and birds.
That's how these things spread in the past.
We need to do something about those hogs.
Maybe we got lucky.
Maybe these two cases are it.
Haven't seen anybody be lucky in a long time.
Bugs like to run through close quarters.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 04:02 AM Pacific Time somewhere near Seattle Washington USA Saturday 28 December 2013 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/12/see-its-this-kind-of-stuff-that-really.html


http://gateworld.net/atlantis/s5/transcripts/510.shtml

GateWorld


FIRST CONTACT

EPISODE NUMBER - 510

DVD DISC - Season 5, Disc 3

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 09.26.08


DEX: So, you're going on this Daedalus thing?

KELLER: Yeah.

(She reaches for yet another bag but Ronon picks it up with his other hand.)

KELLER: Thank you.

(They walk out of the room.)

KELLER: I kind of have to. I'm the one that's gonna be administering the treatment -- if, you know, we ever get to that point.

DEX: Right. I think I should come with you on this.

KELLER: Really? Why?

DEX: I don't really trust these guys.










http://gateworld.net/atlantis/s5/transcripts/508.shtml

GateWorld


THE QUEEN

EPISODE NUMBER - 508

DVD DISC - Season 5, Disc 2

ORIGINAL U.S. AIR DATE - 09.12.08


WRAITH LEADER: I'm sorry to disturb you, my Queen. We've received an urgent report.

(It holds out a computer tablet to her.)

Todd (disparagingly): You intend to make her read it?

(The Leader glares at it, then turns to Teyla.)

WRAITH LEADER: A Hive belonging to another alliance has been detected above one of our feeding grounds not far from here.










http://www.cswap.com/1995/Twelve_Monkeys/cap/en/25fps/a/01_54

Twelve Monkeys


1:55:23
- You don't understand.
- No, I don't have to understand.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 28 December 2013 excerpt ends]










http://www.tv.com/shows/the-walking-dead/infected-2966852/

tv.com


The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 2

Infected

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 20, 2013 on AMC

AIRED: 10/20/13










http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead&episode=s04e03

Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Isolation


Council meeting tomorrow morning.
Thought you should know.
We just lost 12 of our own.
Two more we killed in cold blood.
We could be facing an outbreak.
I think I've done enough damage for one day.
I've fallen off the wagon before.
- That's what this is? - Pretty close.
When it happened, I didn't stand around feeling bad about it.
I got back up.
I had responsibilities.
People to keep safe.
( grunting ) Let's get you cleaned up, man.
You might even need a couple stitches.
Not until they're in the ground.
You should at least let Hershel or Dr.
S take a look at you, make sure nothing's broken.
When they're in the ground.
( grunting ) I'm gonna be okay, right? I mean, Karen and David, they were already sick.
So if we were gonna get it, we'd have had it by now.
It doesn't happen on a timeline.










http://www.tv.com/shows/the-walking-dead/isolation-2966853/

tv.com


The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 3

Isolation

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 27, 2013 on AMC

AIRED: 10/27/13










http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead&episode=s04e03

Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Isolation


It's starting.
Hershel: It's spread.
Everyone who survived the attack in cell block D.
Sasha, Caleb, and now others.
Oh, Jesus.
So what do we do? First things first.
Cell block A is isolation.
We keep the sick people there like we tried with Karen and David.
What the hell we gonna do about that? Ask Rick to look into it.
Try to make a timeline-- who's where when.
But what are we gonna do to stop this? There is no stopping it.
You get it, you have to go through it.
- But it just kills you?
[ Hershel: ] The illness doesn't. The symptoms do.










http://www.cdc.gov/about/organization/cio.htm

CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


CDC Organization

The CDC is one of the major operating components of the Department of Health and Human Services.



http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/guinea/index.html

CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease)


2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa [ Retrieved 7:30 PM 12 September 2014 Pacific Time USA ]

What's New


Highlights

The 2014 Ebola outbreak is the largest Ebola outbreak in history and the first in West Africa. The current outbreak is affecting multiple countries in West Africa (see Affected Areas table). The outbreak does not pose a significant risk to the United States. A small number of cases in Lagos and Port Harcourt, Nigeria, have been associated with a man from Liberia who traveled to Lagos and died from Ebola, but the virus does not appear to have been widely spread in Nigeria. The case in Senegal is related to a man who traveled there from Guinea.

CDC is working with other U.S. government agencies, the World Health Organization (WHO), and other domestic and international partners and has activated its Emergency Operations Center to help coordinate technical assistance and control activities with partners. CDC has also deployed teams of public health experts to West Africa and will continue to send experts to the affected countries.

No confirmed Ebola cases have been reported in the United States.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 7:50 PM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Friday 12 September 2014

"It's for you."





























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http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=19980802&slug=2764257

The Seattle Times


Sunday, August 2, 1998


An Action-Packed Summer Read -- Tom Clancy's Latest Storms The Shores

By Melinda Bargreen

Seattle Times Staff Critic


"Rainbox Six" by Tom Clancy Putnam, $27.95


Rumblings in the distance are growing louder, as a phalanx of trucks approaches local bookstores. There is a diesel storm rising.

Tom Clancy is back.

Yes, fans, the latest humongous Clancy doorstop of a book










http://www.chakoteya.net/movies/movie8.html

Star Trek: First Contact


CRUSHER: Computer. Activate the EMH programme.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL HOLOGRAM: Please state the nature of the medical emergency.

CRUSHER: Twenty Borg are about to break through that door. We need time to get out of here. Create a diversion.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL HOLOGRAM: This isn't part of my programme. I'm a doctor, not a doorstop.



- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 05:01 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Friday 12 September 2014

The Walking Dead




JOURNAL ARCHIVE: posted by H.V.O.M at 8:41 AM Saturday, May 26, 2007


I remember I had a pretty long beard when I was in the Pioneer Square gulag. It got to the point that street people stopped asking me for spare change.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 26 May 2007 excerpt ends]



































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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/quotes

IMDb


Falling Down (1993)

Quotes


Bill Foster: I'm goin' home! Clear a path you motherfucker!... Clear a path! I'm goin' home!










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/quotes

IMDb


Falling Down (1993)

Quotes


Sergeant Prendergast: Let's meet a couple of police officers. They are all good guys.

Bill Foster: I'm the bad guy?

Sergeant Prendergast: Yeah.

Bill Foster: How did that happen?










http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Governor_(The_Walking_Dead)


The Governor (The Walking Dead)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Governor is a fictional character from the comic book series The Walking Dead, and is portrayed by David Morrissey in the television series of the same name. Created by Robert Kirkman and artists Charlie Adlard and Cliff Rathburn, the character made his debut in The Walking Dead #27 in April 2006. A primary antagonist of both series, The Governor is the seemingly charismatic leader of Woodbury, Georgia, who is revealed to be a brutal, insane leader that comes into conflict with protagonist Rick Grimes.


In the television series, the Governor first appears in the show's third season.


Television series

Season 3

The Governor first appears in "Walk with Me", the third episode of season three




















http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/d/d7/The_Governor_%28Comic_Series%29.jpg

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Governor_(The_Walking_Dead)

The Governor, as depicted in the comic book series.










From 1/17/1991 ( the date of record of my United States Navy Medal of Honor as Kerry Wayne Burgess chief warrant officer United States Marine Corps circa 1991 also known as Matthew Kline for official duty and also known as Wayne Newman for official duty ) To 10/28/2012 is 7955 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 8/14/1987 ( premiere US film "No Way Out" ) is 7955 days



From 1/22/1944 ( premiere US film "Marshal of Gunsmoke" ) To 1/17/1991 ( the date of record of my United States Navy Medal of Honor as Kerry Wayne Burgess chief warrant officer United States Marine Corps circa 1991 also known as Matthew Kline for official duty and also known as Wayne Newman for official duty ) is 17162 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 10/28/2012 is 17162 days



From 9/16/1963 ( premiere US TV series "The Outer Limits"::series premiere episode "The Galaxy Being" ) To 10/28/2012 is 17940 days

17940 = 8970 + 8970

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 5/25/1990 ( premiere US film "Fire Birds" ) is 8970 days



From 3/16/1991 ( my first successful major test of my ultraspace matter transportation device as Kerry Wayne Burgess the successful Ph.D. graduate Columbia South Carolina ) To 10/28/2012 is 7897 days

From 11/2/1965 ( my birth date in Antlers Oklahoma USA and my birthdate as the known official Deputy United States Marshal Kerry Wayne Burgess and active duty United States Marine Corps officer ) To 6/17/1987 ( premiere US film "Full Metal Jacket" ) is 7897 days





http://www.tv.com/shows/the-walking-dead/walk-with-me-2559724/

tv.com


The Walking Dead Season 3 Episode 3

Walk With Me

Aired Sunday 9:00 PM Oct 28, 2012 on AMC

AIRED: Oct 28, 2012










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093640/releaseinfo

IMDb


No Way Out (1987)

Release Info

USA 14 August 1987










http://the-walking-dead.hypnoweb.net/episodes/saison-3/episode-303/script-vo---303.186.583/

hypnoweb.net


The Walking Dead

Walk With Me

Episode 303 - Sunday 28 October 2012


In the sky above a field

A helicopter is flying above an empty field.

In the helicopter

It’s a military helicopter. There are three soldiers in it. One of them is trying to make contact probably with the rest of the servicemen.

Soldier 1: Whiskey 1-2. Whiskey 1-2, do you copy? Going 180, close the distance, get back in contact!

There’s a problem with the helicopter, it starts to move really fast, there’s turbulence.

Pilot: Have faith, guys. I’ve gotten us through a lot more than some light turbulence.

Smoke starts to come out of the helicopter.

Pilot: Wellsey!

Soldier 1: Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!

Pilot: Crash positions! I’m putting her down by the road!

Soldier 1: Come on…

The plane is about to crash.

Soldier 1: We’re going in!!

The plane crashes into some trees in the middle of a forest.

On a road nearby

Andrea, Michonne and the two walkers are walking on a road near the place where the plane crashed. They see the smoke coming out of the forest after the explosion. They go in that direction.

OPENING CREDITS

In the forest

Andrea and Michonne arrive to the place where the helicopter crashed. Andrea is still sick, and she’s exhausted. She vomits and coughs.

Michonne: Don’t push yourself. You’d better sit.

Michonne helps Andrea to sit down, and she attaches the walkers to a tree. She gives Andrea a gun.

Michonne: I’ll check it out.

Michonne goes to see the helicopter. One of the soldiers is dead, cut in half. The pilot is also dead. She sees two cars arriving near the helicopter, and she runs to Andrea.

Michonne: Someone’s coming!

Andrea: Any survivors?

Michonne: Two dead, not sure about the other.

The two cars stop next to the helicopter. Andrea and Michonne are hiding. Men come out of the cars.

Governor: Fan out. (to one of his men about to shoot a walker) Save those rounds for when you need them.










JOURNAL ARCHIVE: 03/28/07 5:50 AM


That's what the POW guards always say: Today, Ray. You're going home today, Ray. You'll be eating dinner with your family tonight, Ray.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 28 March 2007 excerpt ends]










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093640/quotes

IMDb


No Way Out (1987)

Quotes


Susan Atwell: It's David Brice, Secretary of Defense. Satisfied?

Tom Farrell: You know I work for Brice?

Susan Atwell: I guess that makes two of us.










http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead&episode=s04e06

Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Live Bait


Tara was right.
We should have frisked you.
I found it upstairs.
You keep that.
You have to kill the brain.
What? Your sister, she shot 'em in the body, but you have to hit 'em here.
That's what kills them.
Why? I need to ask you something.
My dad's got stage four lung cancer.
I worked oncology for a few years.
He's nearing the end.
He's got about two days of oxygen.
Maybe less.
We never thought he'd make it this long.
You've already done so much for us, but there's an old folks home a couple of blocks from here.
Even one tank would mean everything.
He's the only one who can put a smile on Megan's face.
Even for a second.
( snarling ) ( snarling ) ( snarling ) ( snarling ) ( scratching ) ( snarling ) ( walkers snarling ) ( snarling grows louder ) ( walkers snarling ) ( grunts ) ( gunshot ) ( knocks ) - They're both full.
- Are you okay? Yeah.
( pills rattling ) ( door creaks open ) You didn't let me say thank you.
Yeah, I'm okay.
Sit.
Let me be a nurse again.










1990 film "Fire Birds" DVD video:

00:22:58


Jake Preston: Can't we at least be friends?

Billie Lee Guthrie: Yeah. We can just be best of friends.










http://www.tv.com/shows/the-outer-limits-1963/the-galaxy-being-21531/trivia/

tv.com


The Outer Limits - Original Season 1 Episode 1

The Galaxy Being

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Sep 16, 1963 on ABC

Quotes


Control Voice: (closing narration) The planet Earth is a speck of dust, remote and alone in the void. There are powers in the universe inscrutable and profound. Fear cannot save us. Rage cannot help us. We must see the stranger in a new light-the light of understanding. And to achieve this, we must begin to understand ourselves, and each other.










http://the-walking-dead.hypnoweb.net/episodes/saison-3/episode-303/script-vo---303.186.583/

hypnoweb.net


The Walking Dead

Walk With Me

Episode 303 - Sunday 28 October 2012


The governor: (to the citizens) We brought in three new people yesterday. One was a helicopter pilot with a National Guard outfit. Even though he's clinging to life, he told us about his convoy on the highway, his men. I promised I'd bring them back here alive. But they didn't have our walls or our fences. Biters got there before we did. Now, the men had trucks, the trucks had weapons, food, medicines, things we need. Now, we didn't know them, but we'll honor their sacrifice by not taking what we have here for granted.










http://the-walking-dead.hypnoweb.net/episodes/saison-3/episode-303/script-vo---303.186.583/

hypnoweb.net


The Walking Dead

Walk With Me

Episode 303 - Sunday 28 October 2012


Andrea: What do you want from us?

Merle: There she sits, four walls around her, roof over her head, medicine in her veins, and she wants to know what I want from her. I plucked you and your mute here out of the dirt, blondie. How ‘bout a thank you?

Michonne: You had a gun on us!

Merle: (he laughs) Oh, she speaks! Well, who ain’t had a gun on ‘em in the past year, huh? Show hands, y’all! Anybody? Shumpert? Crowley? Y’all had a gun on y’all? Hell, I think I’d piss my pants if some stranger came walking up with his mits in his pockets. That’d be the son of a bitch you’d really want to be scared of…

Andrea: Thank you.

Merle nods, Michonne looks at Andrea in dismay. The governor enters, whispers something into Merle’s ear.

Merle: Sure thing.

The governor: (to Andrea and Michonne) How you feeling?

Michonne: We want our weapons!

The governor: Sure. On your way out of the front gates.

Andrea: Show us the way. You’ve kept us locked up in this room.

The governor: You see any bars on the windows? You’re being cared for.

Andrea: Under guard.

The governor: To protect our people, we don’t know you.










http://the-walking-dead.hypnoweb.net/episodes/saison-3/episode-303/script-vo---303.186.583/

hypnoweb.net


The Walking Dead

Walk With Me

Episode 303 - Sunday 28 October 2012


The governor: You see any bars on the windows? You’re being cared for.

Andrea: Under guard.

The governor: To protect our people, we don’t know you.

Andrea: We know enough about you to want out of this place. We watched you drive a knife into the skulls of two dead men, what the hell was that all about?

The governor: They turned.

Michonne: They weren’t bitten.

The governor and Merle share a look.

The governor: It doesn’t matter. However we die, we all turn. I put them out of their misery. It’s not easy news to swallow at first but there it is. Now, you’re not prisoners here, you’re guests. But if you wanna leave, as I said, you’re free to do so. But we don’t open the gates past dusk. Draws too much attention. (to Andrea) And you especially, you need a solid night of sleep. You wouldn’t last another day out there in your condition. Have you brought over to my place in the morning, hand over your weapons, extras ammos, food for the road, some meds, keys to a vehicle if you want one. Send you on your way, no hard feelings.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/quotes

IMDb


Falling Down (1993)

Quotes


Bill Foster: We are not the same. I'm an American and you're a sick asshole.

Nick: Just what kind of vigilante are you?

Bill Foster: I am not a vigilante. I am just trying to get home to my little girl's birthday party and if everyone will just stay out of my way, nobody will get hurt.










http://the-walking-dead.hypnoweb.net/episodes/saison-3/episode-303/script-vo---303.186.583/

hypnoweb.net


The Walking Dead

Walk With Me

Episode 303 - Sunday 28 October 2012


The governor: (to the citizens) We brought in three new people yesterday. One was a helicopter pilot with a National Guard outfit. Even though he's clinging to life, he told us about his convoy on the highway, his men. I promised I'd bring them back here alive. But they didn't have our walls or our fences. Biters got there before we did. Now, the men had trucks, the trucks had weapons, food, medicines, things we need. Now, we didn't know them, but we'll honor their sacrifice by not taking what we have here for granted. Won't be long before dark, so go on home. Be thankful for what you have. Watch out for each other. (he gets down and goes talk to Andrea) You’re still here.

Andrea: Anything I can do?

The governor: No, no, nothing tonight.

Andrea: Long day?

The governor: Haven’t had many short ones, lately. Good night.

He starts to walk away.

Andrea: So what’s your real name? If it’s not asking too much.

The governor: I never tell.

Andrea: Never say never.

The governor: Never.

In the governor’s apartment

The governor closes the blinds, has a drink. We see a naked woman in his bed. He looks at a photo, then opens a door with a key, and enters. He sits down on a big chair in the middle of the room. He looks at the wall in front of him. We see a lot of big jars with heads of walkers in them. We can recognize the two walkers Michonne killed, as well as the pilot Wells. The governor looks at them.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093640/quotes

IMDb


Memorable quotes for

No Way Out (1987)


David: [after the computer has finished regenerating the Polaroid negative] Hey, take a look at this. Somebody get Donovan down here! It's Commander Farrell.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/quotes

IMDb


Falling Down (1993)

Quotes


Bill Foster: I've passed the point of no return. Do you know what that is, Beth? That's the point in a journey where it's longer to go back to the beginning. It's like when those astronauts got in trouble. I don't know, somebody messed up, and they had to get them back to Earth. But they had passed the point of no return. They were on the other side of the moon and were out of contact for like hours. Everybody waited to see if a bunch of dead guys in a can would pop out the other side. Well, that's me. I'm on the other side of the moon now and everybody is going to have to wait until I pop out.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/quotes

IMDb


Falling Down (1993)

Quotes


Bill Foster: You're Korean? Do you have any idea how much money my country has given your country?

Mr. Lee: How much?

Bill Foster: I don't know. But, it's gotta be a lot.





http://www.stargate-sg1-solutions.com/wiki/Stargate:_The_Movie_Transcript

STARGATE WIKI


Stargate: The Movie


FERRETTI
You know, I can't believe we're stuck here.

FREEMAN
Don't be such a doomsayer, Ferretti.

REILLY
Yeah, give it a rest.

BROWN
Yes, please. If we're not back soon, they'll just turn on the 'gate from the other side.

FERRETTI
Oh, no. It doesn't work that way. You see, if you don't turn it on from here, we're screwed. So I'm telling you guys, we're not going anywhere!

REILLY
Shut up.





http://www.stargate-sg1-solutions.com/wiki/Stargate:_The_Movie_Transcript

STARGATE WIKI


Stargate: The Movie


REILLY
I don't understand. Why don't we just...turn the 'gate back on ourselves?

PORRO
Yeah, how hard can it be?

FERRETTI
(sarcastically)
That would be great! Yet we could turn the thing in the wrong order and...materialize in the...vacuum of outer space. Do you have any idea how many possible combinations there are on that thing?

FREEMAN
(sarcastically)
No. How many?

FERRETTI
Shut up.










http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0106856/quotes

IMDb


Falling Down (1993)

Quotes


Adele Foster-Travino: What's your name?

Sergeant Prendergast: My name is mud.

Adele Foster-Travino: Nuh-uh!

Sergeant Prendergast: Yes it is.

Adele Foster-Travino: Your name is not mud!

Sergeant Prendergast: Well, it will be. Once my wife finds out that I'm still a cop.



































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Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Dead Weight


Brian, we're home! Lily: Megan, he's sleeping.
Brian? You're shaking.
What is it? I just had a bad dream, that's all.
What was it?



































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JOURNAL ARCHIVE: - posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 8:03 PM Pacific Time near Seattle Washington State USA Monday 01 July 2013 - http://hvom.blogspot.com/2013/07/freaked-out-under-dome-monday-01-july.html


Those of you following along at home can understand how I have established that I have sleeping dreams that are prescient to observations I will make later, usually later that day.


[JOURNAL ARCHIVE 01 July 2013 excerpt ends]










http://www.springfieldspringfield.co.uk/view_episode_scripts.php?tv-show=the-walking-dead&episode=s04e06

Springfield! Springfield!


The Walking Dead

Live Bait


In my hands I hold the ashes In my veins black pitch runs In my chest fire catches In my way The setting Sun Dark clouds gather around me To the west my soul is bound But I will go on ahead free ( music continues ) Governor: I've been on the road for a couple of months.
Woman: By yourself? Governor: Yeah.
Woman #2: Where did you live before that? Governor: I was in a town.
Woman: With the monsters there? Governor: No.
It was safe.
Full of good people.
Woman: What happened? Governor: He just lost it.
Woman #2: Who? Governor: The man in charge.
I barely got out alive.



































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- posted by H.V.O.M - Kerry Wayne Burgess 01:29 AM Pacific Time Spokane Valley Washington USA Friday 12 September 2014