History Quotes / ItAmusedMe

7th May '16 12:13:20 PM nombretomado
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-->-- ''TheGeorgeLopezShow''


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''Series/TheGeorgeLopezShow''

20th Nov '15 12:00:00 PM StFan
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-->--'''[[{{Crankshaft}} Ed Crankshaft]]''' (as interpreted [[http://comicsalliance.com/funkywatch-april-2014-most-depressing-funky-winkerbean-and-crankshaft-strips/ Chris Sims]])

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-->--'''[[{{Crankshaft}} -->--'''[[ComicStrip/{{Crankshaft}} Ed Crankshaft]]''' (as interpreted [[http://comicsalliance.com/funkywatch-april-2014-most-depressing-funky-winkerbean-and-crankshaft-strips/ Chris Sims]])
22nd Apr '15 7:30:47 AM ChaoticNovelist
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->I became evil for no reason. I had no motive for my wickedness except wickedness itself. It was foul, and I loved it. I loved the self-destruction, I loved my fall, not the object for which I had fallen but my fall itself. My depraved soul leaped down from your firmament to ruin. I was seeking not to gain anything by shameful means, but shame for its own sake.
-->-- '''[[HeelFaithTurn Saint]] Augustine'''

->To see others suffer does one good, to make others suffer even more: this is a hard saying but an ancient, mighty, human, all-too-human principle... Without cruelty there is no festival.
-->--'''Creator/FriedrichNietzsche''', ''On the Genealogy of Morals''

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->I became evil for no reason. I had no motive for my wickedness except wickedness itself. It was foul, and I loved it. I loved the self-destruction, I loved my fall, not the object for which I had fallen but my fall itself. My depraved soul leaped down from your firmament to ruin. I was seeking not to gain anything by shameful means, but shame for its own sake.
-->-- '''[[HeelFaithTurn Saint]] Augustine'''

->To see others suffer does one good, to make others suffer even more: this is a hard saying but an ancient, mighty, human, all-too-human principle... Without cruelty there is no festival.
-->--'''Creator/FriedrichNietzsche''', ''On the Genealogy of Morals''



->The pleasure in complete domination over another person (or other animate creature) is the very essence of the sadistic drive. Another way of formulating the same thought is to say that the aim of sadism is to transform man into a thing, something animate into something inanimate, since by complete and absolute control the living loses one essential quality of life -- freedom.
-->--'''Erich Fromm'''

->The task of carrying out violence, of killing, leads to perversion. The seductiveness of violence, the fascination with the grotesque--the Bible calls it 'the lust of the eye'--the god-like empowerment over other human lives the drag of war combined, like the ecstasy of erotic love, to let our senses command our bodies. Killing unleashing within us dark undercurrents that see us desecrate and whip ourselves into greater orgies or destruction.
-->--'''Chris Hedges''', ''War is a Force That Gives Us Meaning''

->I lost track of time because I was enjoying myself so much... It made me feel powerful. It was better than any drug I'd ever had, the high, the rush I was getting.
-->-- '''Arron Streets''', convicted thrill-killer

->"Why did you kill everybody in the house?"\\
"They was home!"
-->-- '''Creator/RichardPryor''', describing an encounter with an inmate at Arizona State Prison while filming ''Film/StirCrazy''.



->'''Beastmaster:''' Destruction sometimes is its own reward.\\
'''Angelus:''' Hey, man, you're preaching to the guy who ate the choir.
-->-- ''{{Series/Angel}}''

->You were sisters. You attended our wedding. What would prompt you to kill her?
-->-- '''Rajah''', on [[WhatItsLikeToBeAGod Aerona]]

->'''First Aid''': I wonít betray the Autobots.\\
'''Vortex''': Oh, you donít have to. You have the honor of being the core of a new device that will harness your living energy into a weapon that will bring the end of the Autobots once and for all, and usher in a new era of Decepticon rule!\\
'''First Aid''': You canít be serious!\\
'''Vortex''': ''[{{beat}}] No, youíre right, [[ILied Iím not]]. Iím really just doing [[ColdBloodedTorture this]] for the fun of it.
--> --'''[[TheMedic First Aid]]''' and '''[[TortureTechnician Vortex]]''', [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4742365/1/A-Rock-and-a-Hard-Place A Rock and a Hard Place]]

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->'''Beastmaster:''' Destruction sometimes is its own reward.\\
'''Angelus:''' Hey, man, you're preaching to the guy who ate the choir.
-->-- ''{{Series/Angel}}''

->You were sisters. You attended our wedding. What would prompt you to kill her?
-->-- '''Rajah''', on [[WhatItsLikeToBeAGod Aerona]]

->'''First Aid''': I wonít betray the Autobots.\\
'''Vortex''': Oh, you donít have to. You have the honor of being the core of a new device that will harness your living energy into a weapon that will bring the end of the Autobots once and for all, and usher in a new era of Decepticon rule!\\
'''First Aid''': You canít be serious!\\
'''Vortex''': ''[{{beat}}] No, youíre right, [[ILied Iím not]]. Iím really just doing [[ColdBloodedTorture this]] for the fun of it.
--> --'''[[TheMedic First Aid]]''' and '''[[TortureTechnician Vortex]]''', [[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/4742365/1/A-Rock-and-a-Hard-Place A Rock and a Hard Place]]



->"The point?" said Mr. Weasley, with a hollow laugh. "Harry, that's their idea of fun. Half the Muggle killings back when You-Know-Who was in power were done for fun. I suppose they had a few drinks tonight and couldn't resist reminding us that all lots of them are still at large. A nice little reunion for them."''
-->-- ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire''

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->"The point?" said Mr. Weasley, with a hollow laugh. "Harry, that's their idea of fun. Half the Muggle killings back when You-Know-Who was in power were done for fun. I suppose they had a few drinks tonight and couldn't resist reminding us that all lots of them are still at large. A nice little reunion for them."''
-->-- ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheGobletOfFire''
22nd Apr '15 6:27:21 AM Meneth
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->[[http://imgur.com/HuqRO The Lulz]]. Do it for them.
-->-- '''[[ImageBoards 4chan]]'''
23rd Mar '15 1:13:17 PM nombretomado
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-->--''{{Firefly}}'', "Our Mrs. Reynolds"

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-->--''{{Firefly}}'', -->--''{{Series/Firefly}}'', "Our Mrs. Reynolds"
5th Mar '15 11:55:32 AM johnnyfog
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->You were sisters. You attended our wedding. What would prompt you to kill her?
-->-- '''Rajah''', on [[WhatItsLikeToBeAGod Aerona]]
13th Jan '15 9:07:12 PM johnnyfog
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She never came back...no, she wasn't a millionaire, and the limo was rented. It turned out that it was hard for a pretend millionaire to pay for even a rented limo, so she was turned into the police. At least she got to travel there in style."''

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She never came back...no, she wasn't a millionaire, and the limo was rented. It turned out that it was hard for a pretend millionaire to pay for even a rented limo, so she was turned into the police. At least she got to travel there in style."''
13th Jan '15 9:06:49 PM johnnyfog
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->The task of carrying out violence, of killing, leads to perversion. The seductiveness of violence, the fascination with the grotesque--the Bible calls it 'the lust of the eye'--the god-like empowerment over other human lives the drag of war combined, like the ecstasy of erotic love, to let our senses command our bodes. Killing unleashing within us dark undercurrents that see us desecrate and whip ourselves into greater orgies or destruction.

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->The task of carrying out violence, of killing, leads to perversion. The seductiveness of violence, the fascination with the grotesque--the Bible calls it 'the lust of the eye'--the god-like empowerment over other human lives the drag of war combined, like the ecstasy of erotic love, to let our senses command our bodes.bodies. Killing unleashing within us dark undercurrents that see us desecrate and whip ourselves into greater orgies or destruction.
13th Jan '15 9:06:30 PM johnnyfog
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!!!RealLife
->''ďBoredom is therefore a vital problem for the moralist, since at least half the sins of mankind are caused by the fear of it.Ē''
-->--'''Bertrand Russell''', ''The Conquest of Happiness''

->''"It's my hobby. The thing I use to break the monotony of waiting for death is spreading misery by ruining the material goods of others. I enjoy it, and I do not understand why you do not sympathize, for my role is destroyer just as yours is to be destroyed."''
-->--'''[[{{Crankshaft}} Ed Crankshaft]]''' (as interpreted [[http://comicsalliance.com/funkywatch-april-2014-most-depressing-funky-winkerbean-and-crankshaft-strips/ Chris Sims]])

->''"What would you do if a stranger came up and offered to buy you a new wardrobe? ...Well, that's exactly what happened at a Burlington Coat Factory in Columbus, Ohio, where a woman named Linda Brown went to the cash register and announced she would pay for everyone's purchases. Customers predictably reacted to this generous offer by grabbing all the shit they could get their hands on, as well as calling friends and family members to come get a piece of the charity action. The result was that 500 people crammed into the store, along with up to three times as many outside trying to get in. Oh, and two dozen police officers also showed up to try to control the crowd and/or score some sweet new coats.''
->''After about an hour of letting people shop, Brown hopped into her limo and disappeared. People stood around a bit, figuring she just headed to the bank to bring back some suitcases full of cash.''
->''She never came back...no, she wasn't a millionaire, and the limo was rented. It turned out that it was hard for a pretend millionaire to pay for even a rented limo, so she was turned into the police. At least she got to travel there in style."''
-->--'''''Website/{{Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18478_the-7-ballsiest-pranks-you-wont-believe-actually-worked.html "The 7 Ballsiest Pranks You Won't Believe Actually Worked"]]

->''"The task of carrying out violence, of killing, leads to perversion. The seductiveness of violence, the fascination with the grotesque--the Bible calls it 'the lust of the eye'--the god-like empowerment over other human lives the drag of war combined, like the ecstasy of erotic love, to let our senses command our bodes. Killing unleashing within us dark undercurrents that see us desecrate and whip ourselves into greater orgies or destruction."''

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!!!RealLife
->''ďBoredom
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[[folder:real life]]
->I became evil for no reason. I had no motive for my wickedness except wickedness itself. It was foul, and I loved it. I loved the self-destruction, I loved my fall, not the object for which I had fallen but my fall itself. My depraved soul leaped down from your firmament to ruin. I was seeking not to gain anything by shameful means, but shame for its own sake.
-->-- '''[[HeelFaithTurn Saint]] Augustine'''

->To see others suffer does one good, to make others suffer even more: this is a hard saying but an ancient, mighty, human, all-too-human principle... Without cruelty there is no festival.
-->--'''Creator/FriedrichNietzsche''', ''On the Genealogy of Morals''

->Boredom
is therefore a vital problem for the moralist, since at least half the sins of mankind are caused by the fear of it.Ē''
-->--'''Bertrand Russell''',
it.
-->--'''BertrandRussell''',
''The Conquest of Happiness''

->''"It's my hobby. The thing I use to break ->The pleasure in complete domination over another person (or other animate creature) is the monotony of waiting for death is spreading misery by ruining the material goods of others. I enjoy it, and I do not understand why you do not sympathize, for my role is destroyer just as yours is to be destroyed."''
-->--'''[[{{Crankshaft}} Ed Crankshaft]]''' (as interpreted [[http://comicsalliance.com/funkywatch-april-2014-most-depressing-funky-winkerbean-and-crankshaft-strips/ Chris Sims]])

->''"What would you do if a stranger came up and offered to buy you a new wardrobe? ...Well, that's exactly what happened at a Burlington Coat Factory in Columbus, Ohio, where a woman named Linda Brown went to the cash register and announced she would pay for everyone's purchases. Customers predictably reacted to this generous offer by grabbing all the shit they could get their hands on, as well as calling friends and family members to come get a piece
very essence of the charity action. The result was sadistic drive. Another way of formulating the same thought is to say that 500 people crammed the aim of sadism is to transform man into the store, along with up to three times as many outside trying to get in. Oh, a thing, something animate into something inanimate, since by complete and two dozen police officers also showed up to try to absolute control the crowd and/or score some sweet new coats.''
->''After about an hour
living loses one essential quality of letting people shop, Brown hopped into her limo and disappeared. People stood around a bit, figuring she just headed to the bank to bring back some suitcases full of cash.''
->''She never came back...no, she wasn't a millionaire, and the limo was rented. It turned out that it was hard for a pretend millionaire to pay for even a rented limo, so she was turned into the police. At least she got to travel there in style."''
-->--'''''Website/{{Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18478_the-7-ballsiest-pranks-you-wont-believe-actually-worked.html "The 7 Ballsiest Pranks You Won't Believe Actually Worked"]]

->''"The
life -- freedom.
-->--'''Erich Fromm'''

->The
task of carrying out violence, of killing, leads to perversion. The seductiveness of violence, the fascination with the grotesque--the Bible calls it 'the lust of the eye'--the god-like empowerment over other human lives the drag of war combined, like the ecstasy of erotic love, to let our senses command our bodes. Killing unleashing within us dark undercurrents that see us desecrate and whip ourselves into greater orgies or destruction."''



!!!Fiction
->'''Alan''' : We can't be friends anymore. When we get together, bad things happen and people get hurt.
->'''Mr. Chow''': ''(puzzled)'' Yeah, but that's the point. It's funny.

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!!!Fiction
->I lost track of time because I was enjoying myself so much... It made me feel powerful. It was better than any drug I'd ever had, the high, the rush I was getting.
-->-- '''Arron Streets''', convicted thrill-killer

->"Why did you kill everybody in the house?"\\
"They was home!"
-->-- '''Creator/RichardPryor''', describing an encounter with an inmate at Arizona State Prison while filming ''Film/StirCrazy''.

->And people! We kill people! Because they're pests! And it's fun!
-->-- '''Creator/GeorgeCarlin'''

->It's my hobby. The thing I use to break the monotony of waiting for death is spreading misery by ruining the material goods of others. I enjoy it, and I do not understand why you do not sympathize, for my role is destroyer just as yours is to be destroyed.
-->--'''[[{{Crankshaft}} Ed Crankshaft]]''' (as interpreted [[http://comicsalliance.com/funkywatch-april-2014-most-depressing-funky-winkerbean-and-crankshaft-strips/ Chris Sims]])

->What would you do if a stranger came up and offered to buy you a new wardrobe? ...Well, that's exactly what happened at a Burlington Coat Factory in Columbus, Ohio, where a woman named Linda Brown went to the cash register and announced she would pay for everyone's purchases. Customers predictably reacted to this generous offer by grabbing all the shit they could get their hands on, as well as calling friends and family members to come get a piece of the charity action. The result was that 500 people crammed into the store, along with up to three times as many outside trying to get in. Oh, and two dozen police officers also showed up to try to control the crowd and/or score some sweet new coats.\\\
After about an hour of letting people shop, Brown hopped into her limo and disappeared. People stood around a bit, figuring she just headed to the bank to bring back some suitcases full of cash.\\\
She never came back...no, she wasn't a millionaire, and the limo was rented. It turned out that it was hard for a pretend millionaire to pay for even a rented limo, so she was turned into the police. At least she got to travel there in style."''
-->--'''''Website/{{Cracked}}''''', [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18478_the-7-ballsiest-pranks-you-wont-believe-actually-worked.html "The 7 Ballsiest Pranks You Won't Believe Actually Worked"]]
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->'''Alan''' : We can't be friends anymore. When we get together, bad things happen and people get hurt.
->'''Mr.
hurt.\\
'''Mr.
Chow''': ''(puzzled)'' Yeah, but that's the point. It's funny.



->'''Gregor:''' It was just a stupid joke. We did it to relieve the boredom.
->'''Doctor:''' Well, it was ''very'' funny. ''(to Tricky)'' They lied to you. Changed your identity just to provide some in-flight entertainment.

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->'''Gregor:''' It was just a stupid joke. We did it to relieve the boredom.
->'''Doctor:'''
boredom.\\
'''Doctor:'''
Well, it was ''very'' funny. ''(to Tricky)'' They lied to you. Changed your identity just to provide some in-flight entertainment.



->'''Beastmaster:''' Destruction sometimes is its own reward.
->'''Angelus:''' Hey, man, you're preaching to the guy who ate the choir.

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->'''Beastmaster:''' Destruction sometimes is its own reward.
->'''Angelus:'''
reward.\\
'''Angelus:'''
Hey, man, you're preaching to the guy who ate the choir.



->'''Bob:''' Why, Megabyte? Why do this?
->'''Megabyte:''' ItAmusedMe.

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->'''Bob:''' Why, Megabyte? Why do this?
->'''Megabyte:'''
this?\\
'''Megabyte:'''
ItAmusedMe.



->'''Angie''': (On Benny purposely trying to causing her entire marriage to fall apart) ''Why would you do that?''
->'''Benny''': ''I was bored.''

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->'''Angie''': (On Benny purposely trying to causing her entire marriage to fall apart) ''Why Why would you do that?''
->'''Benny''': ''I
that?\\
'''Benny''': I
was bored.''



->''"But what were Voldemort's supporters -" Harry began. Everybody flinched - like most of the wizarding world, the Weasleys always avoided saying Voldemort's name. "Sorry," said Harry quickly. "What were You-Know-Who's supporters up to, levitating Muggles? I mean, what was the point?"''
->''"The point?" said Mr. Weasley, with a hollow laugh. "Harry, that's their idea of fun. Half the Muggle killings back when You-Know-Who was in power were done for fun. I suppose they had a few drinks tonight and couldn't resist reminding us that all lots of them are still at large. A nice little reunion for them."''

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->''"But what were Voldemort's supporters -" Harry began. Everybody flinched - like most of the wizarding world, the Weasleys always avoided saying Voldemort's name. "Sorry," said Harry quickly. "What were You-Know-Who's supporters up to, levitating Muggles? I mean, what was the point?"''
->''"The
->"The point?" said Mr. Weasley, with a hollow laugh. "Harry, that's their idea of fun. Half the Muggle killings back when You-Know-Who was in power were done for fun. I suppose they had a few drinks tonight and couldn't resist reminding us that all lots of them are still at large. A nice little reunion for them."''



->'''Sherlock Holmes''': "Why are you doing this?"
->[[spoiler:'''Jim Moriarty''']]: "Why does anyone do anything? ''I'm bored!''"

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->'''Sherlock Holmes''': "Why Holmes:''' ''Why'' are you doing this?"
->[[spoiler:'''Jim Moriarty''']]: "Why
this?\\
'''Jim Moriarty:''' Why
does anyone do anything? ''I'm bored!''"I'm '''''BORED!'''''



->"Sokolov believes that there are specific words and acts that can compel me to appear before him. He searches old temples in Pandyssia and ruined subbasements in the Flooded district. He performs disgusting rituals beneath the Old Abbey. But if he really wants to see me, he could start by being a bit more interesting."

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->"Sokolov ->Sokolov believes that there are specific words and acts that can compel me to appear before him. He searches old temples in Pandyssia and ruined subbasements in the Flooded district. He performs disgusting rituals beneath the Old Abbey. But if he really wants to see me, he could start by being a bit more interesting."



->"I stepped aboveground for some other business, when I suddenly had the thought to entertain myself by seeing the face of an aristocrat whoíd just found out that his own son was an arsonist. Nothing more, nothing less."

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->"I ->I stepped aboveground for some other business, when I suddenly had the thought to entertain myself by seeing the face of an aristocrat whoíd just found out that his own son was an arsonist. Nothing more, nothing less."


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18th Dec '14 12:47:01 PM johnnyfog
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-->--'''''TheHangover Part 3'''''

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-->--'''''TheHangover -->--''TheHangover Part 3'''''
3''

->'''Gregor:''' It was just a stupid joke. We did it to relieve the boredom.
->'''Doctor:''' Well, it was ''very'' funny. ''(to Tricky)'' They lied to you. Changed your identity just to provide some in-flight entertainment.
-->--''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E10JourneyToTheCentreOfTheTardis}} "Journey to the Center of the TARDIS"]]



-->-- '''''{{Series/Angel}}'''''

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-->-- '''''{{Series/Angel}}'''''
''{{Series/Angel}}''
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