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    Peterman: "Extra people, you need to join a team." Barnes: "We are a team" P:" Oh, you have a box" [to do the group activity]. B: "Just like real people." - 2009-2010 SY Pre-School Faculty Meeting
  • "If that's what it takes for you to stay awake when you're driving, I'd rather die in a fiery car crash." - David's Daughter, Slice of SciFi 217 VM
  • "I would like to thank Mr. Fox Leader.... Every time I die, I land on a furry." Dad, Slice of SciFi 231 VM, refering to the online game Champion
  • "You can wake up now, the universe has ended" - James Dean, Rebel Without a Cause
  • "Fox Leader, you must be the math man because you add trouble, subtract pleasure, divide attention, and mutiply stupidity" -Justin from Kentucky, Slice of SciFi 250 VM
  • As we go into a new day, / We thank Thee for all / Thy mercies, and we beseech / Thee that this day / Thy strength would pilot us, / Thy power preserve us, / Thy wisdom instruct us, / Thy eye watch over us, / Thy ear hear us, / Thy Word give us sweet talk, / Thy hand defend us, and / Thy always guide us. —Saint Patrick
  • I hope it will help heal some of the wounds in the guild. Make us focus on what matters. It's about the game, not each other, dumb humans.- Codex, The Guild, Season 3, Episode 1
  • Wiggley, you don't have an arsenal. You're in a pit of newbe and can't get out. - Blades, The Guild, Season 3, Episode _
  • Ad Astra Per Aspera. Semper Exploro (Latin = "To the stars, despite adversity. Always explore") - Memorial Patch / Plaque at NASA Communications Operations Management Center
  • I have spent my whole life trying to figure out crazy ways of doing things. - Cpt. Montgomery "Scotty" Scott, ST:TNG "Relics" (6.4)
  • Your talent is God's gift to you. What you do with it is your gift back to God.- Leo Buscaglia
  • We could learn a lot from crayons: some are sharp, some are pretty, some are dull, some have weird names, and all are dirrerent colors ... but they all exist very nicely in the same box. - Robert Fulghum
  • In teaching you cannot see the fruit of a day's work. It is invisible and remains so, mayne for twenty years. - Jacques Barzun
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