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Patient refers to it as stargate-seven-one

A Schemer.3






—The one behind you.

—Forget it!

How delicate. 

—Long line. A crime wave.




The Authority of Precedent — Appeals to instances similar to the one being defended, often through testimonials - You're supposed to listen to what they say - It's supposed to "vivify" you.





[rudeness & lack of respect] - They feel they're part of some "team" - It's too collectivist - They haven't settled their own hash - They have to find someone to beat the shit out of - They're always trying to set you straight - That's what they mean by "family" - To get along with someone, there's a little give-and-take, but a lot less than most people think - Don't let anyone pick on you.

The Age of Detachment, ages 16-19




Exactly what someone said [or did]
... usually not very original.

The thoughts of a "bad child"
... to free your mind again.




"Here you go, dear – Appreciate it." [Paying for a taxi ride]

—How delicate.

—It's a stitch – Far from me!

"Oh, dear!"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—Try everything!

"Is that the best you can do?"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—That's strange, coming from YOU.

"The last few years have been the best Barack Obama can do, but it's not the best America can do." (–Mitt Romney, April 24, 2012)

—Long line. A crime wave.

Who are you?

"What's a good line?"

—How delicate.

—That's really all it is.

"Are you just going to cut in line in front of me?"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—Believe me, I've been through it.

"Are you in line?"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—Needless suffering ... This is the pipeline to McDonald's ... There's no sense suffering needlessly ... Ignoble suffering.

"You were supposed to get in the line!"

—Forget it!

—Get a shovel ... Stay away from tricksters!

"It's a thin line between love and hate."

—How delicate.

—Not if you're in the tank corps.

"You've spoken of the number of apologies you have tried to make. How many apologies does a professional get before they realize they are an incompetent and move on to another line of work?" (–Mike Stark)

—Forget it!

—Is this 119? You need help.

«Best line to say to a girl»

—How delicate.

—If someone did ten thousand of something, one might turn out really good.

"Such a wimp."

—How delicate.

—Don't be too sure.

"All men are idiots, and I married their king."

—How delicate.

—"Topless Sunset" ...
--  --  --
Stunning! Scintillating!
The sky's a crazy breast,
its shoreline jutting out,
red nipple in the west.

"That's a very good line."

—Forget it!

—Over the edge.

"Is this line open or are you the last one?"

—Forget it!

—That's pretty good, isn't it?

"I'm cold! Can you close the window? I'm really a wimp."

—Forget it!

—It's just a memory.

"That's for milquetoasts." [Salesman describing the new BMW M3]

—How delicate.

—I'll have to remember that one.

"There she goes!" [The girl you're secretly crazy about]

—Forget it!

—You know, I had a mother; I don't need another one.

"Do those dogs bite?"

—Forget it!

—Not my dog.

"Everybody's doing it."

—Forget it!

—I think that's enough.

"Everybody's taking something. Why not?"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—Where did those big dogs come from?

"Everybody's crazy today."

—Long line. A crime wave.

—Perfect control. [Also see, Peer Pressure]

["Why doesn't this taxi have a meter?"] "You are very rude."

—Forget it!

—Something funny about this money.

"How rude of you!"

—The one behind you.

—If Allah didn't want dogs to bark, he wouldn't have made them.

"How rude!"

—The one behind you.

—You're supposed to have your own life, do your own things, and that's it!

"That's the way the cookie crumbles."

—Long line. A crime wave.

—Look in the oven.

"Whose idea was this?"

—Forget it!

—It's a confluence of planets.

"Can we try a French kiss?"

—Forget it!

—Me and my kidneys thank you.

"This isn't working; you're not my type."

—How delicate.

—Can't you do anything wrong?

"Maybe it's for the best." [Rejecting you]

—How delicate.

—I can afford to feel things like that.

["Maybe I should go."] "I think that's best."

—How delicate.

—What do they have? Nothing! Just a mountain of bills.

"We feel the time has come for you to have graduated." [Having overstayed your welcome at a Christian Japanese Church]

—How delicate.

—That's the dead hand of the Church – I don't have time for unhappy people.

"How could you be so rude?"

—Forget it!

—I've got a girlfriend.

"That was rude!"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—What a great discussion.

"That wasn't very polite."

—How delicate.

—Everyone is rude to people who think they're better than other people.

"Did you notice you're the most polite person here?"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—It's a matter of honor.

"It was just the ether, Wilbur."

—Forget it!

—Did you read, "Hansel and Gretel?"

"Who would you root for if the Yankees played the Cubs in the World Series?"

—Forget it!

—That's a fairy tale.

"Now that you have a home in Chappaqua, idiots will be driving by tooting their horns."

—Forget it!

—Was that you?

[When you pick up the phone, the caller says,] "Who's this?"

—Forget it!

—Before your time.

["This is Richard."] "Richard ... Hart? Is this Richard ... Hart?" [An anonymous bill collector]

—Forget it!

—Hello! Do you talk to cockatoos?

"What's your boss say about this?"

—Forget it!

—No one says you can't, right?

"Who wrote this piece of shit?"

—Forget it!

—It's too hard.

"Why did you decide not to advertise with us anymore?"

—Forget it!

—I talked it over with my parents.

"Why did you decide to go with the other company?"

—How delicate.

—The well is dry.

"This is for you." [Image]

—How delicate.

—Wherever it's bad – It's a madhouse? [Image]

[Something to tell yourself, having not been invited to the party next door]

—The one behind you.

—You just think you're a shit, and everyone else is happy.

"With a body like that, you could go places!"

—The one behind you.

—You could go to Pleasure Island.

"Rachel's a lousy whore!"

—The one behind you.

I'm too old – Cash only!

"You stay out of it; this is between her and us."

—The one behind you.

—Want another one?

"You're a weakling."

—The one behind you.

—Who says I have to play life by your rules?

"We have a dress code."

—Forget it!

—Everyone's gone through that phase ... A little wound up.

[Someone booting you out of a blues club, essentially because you're by yourself]

—Forget it!

—I know you! I know you and that dog are in collusion ... Well, let's leave it at that ... That's how you get over these things ... You find a nicer situation, and see the difference.

"So you respond to unoriginal things with unoriginal things?"

—Long line. A crime wave.

—It's not just words ... It means something ... Then you'll hear the yes-but, you know, the giant asshole that comes out of the sky and shit comes out of it.





























As follows

CODE WORDS: best, bite, [booting], code, cookie, crank, crumbles, dear, decide, dysfunctional, ether, everybody's, French, goes, graduated, idiots, king, line, milquetoasts, Nancy, [party], pattern, phisher, places, polite, Rachel's, root, rooting, rude, screening, this, tooting, unoriginal, weakling, wiggle, wimp



—How delicate.