-> '''Accounting Troll''': Over here we have our random number generator.\\
'''Number Generator Troll''': NINE NINE NINE NINE NINE NINE.\\
'''Dilbert''': Are you sure that's random?\\
'''Accounting Troll''': That's the problem with randomness. You can never be sure.\\
-- ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}''

->'''God''': [[AC: [[{{Tetris}} L block]]]].\\
'''Angel #1''': Oh yes, of course, he could use that to plug the gap! But then... then... the column would be...\\
'''Angel #2''': Unusable...\\
'''God''': [[AC: Line piece]].\\
'''Angel #2''': No, no...\\
'''God''': '''[[AC: Line piece]]'''.\\
'''Angel #2''': Lord, you have forsaken us all!\\
'''God''': '''[[AC: LINE PIECE!]]'''\\
'''Angel #2''': Thou art a cruel and ''angry god!!''\\
'''God''': '''''[[AC: LINE PIECE!]]'''''\\
--''[[http://www.collegehumor.com/video:1924722 The Tetris God]]''

->I saw someone pray to the [[VideoGame/Left4Dead AI Director]] once. This is probably how ''cults'' get started.
-->-- '''[[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation "Yahtzee" Croshaw]]'''

->I've noticed that the dice gods favor the retarded responses. They are cruel fucks, but they know a thing or 2 about comedy.
-->-- '''Anonymous''' on sup/tg/ archive, ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}: Heretical Love Quest''

->The RNG giveth, and the RNG taketh away...
-->-''Common saying in {{roguelike}} circles''

->'''[[FireEmblemAkaneia Marth]]''': What are you ''doing''? You had a 60% chance to hit! The odds were in your favor!\\
--'''Webcomic/AwkwardZombie''': [[http://awkwardzombie.com/index.php?page=0&comic=072312 "Against All Odds"]]

->''I do not believe that God plays dice with the universe.''\\
-- '''Albert Einstein'''\\
''I rolled straight sixes. Can I smite him?''\\
-- '''God'''

->"One of us recalls producing a 'random' plot with only 11 planes, and being told by his computer center's programming consultant that he had misused the random number generator: 'We guarantee that each number is random individually, but we donít guarantee that more than one of them is random.' Figure that out. "\\
-- William H. Press, discussing a RealLife case of this trope being provable.