Quotes: Ungrateful Bastard
''"In spite of everything you've done for them, eventually they will hate you."
“People avenge themselves for the favors done them.”
Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Journey to the End of the Night
"And that's the second time we've saved your life tonight, you two-faced bastard!"
"So this is how you repay our kindness? You are far worse than your wicked mother!"
Thank you, sir. I owe you one. Adama:
You and a lot of other people owe me one, but you know what? Very few of 'em ever pay it back. Especially the ones that owe you their lives.
Jade: I didn't need your help.
Tori: She would've EATEN you!
Jade: ... She wouldn't have liked it.
Grrrrrrrr... Ungrateful... grrrrrr...
Tony Stark: Thank you, Maria. Thank you for staying with me. You saved my life.
This doesn't change anything. Registration
Tony Stark: (sigh) This was the part where you were supposed to thank me for saving your life.
Mom: ...is Anora betraying me?
Wha—I saved her
"The crowd rolled up to see the "terrorist" arrive and free their loved ones. But that wasn't good enough for them. I risked my life to save their families, and they want to stone me in return!? Ungrateful bastards!"'
— Cole Mc Grath
when you complete the train mission on the Evil path. On the good path, the citizens are grateful.
“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.”
"Gratitude is a sickness suffered by dogs."
"I took the train to Los Angeles in order to see to my film version of
Billy the Kid, which Paul Newman and I had set up at Warner Bros. Paul and I had selected a television producer in need of a job to oversee the production. Immediately, our employee replaced our original director with his own, who in turn brought in a friend to "improve" the script of what was supposedly my film. Paul, no tower of strength in these matters, allowed the hijacking to take place. The result was The Left Handed Gun, a film that only somebody French could like."
"Hey, muties! Not that this is going to stop us fearing or despising you, and it won't teach us any important moral lesson, but we could really use your help saving some trapped kids over here!"
[Bill] Finger, the co-creator of Batman, died in obscurity without ever getting to claim his creation. Even today, you could read
Batman comics for years and never see his name. To be fair to everyone involved, I want to stress that this is in no way the fault of DC Comics. I’m pretty sure that everyone working over there would be more than happy to give Finger the credit he deserves, but thanks to
[Bob] Kane’s contract that specified that he would be credited as the sole creator of Batman until the end of time, they can’t. And the main reason for that, judging by reports from most of the people concerned, is that Finger was a great writer but an awful businessman, and Kane was a moderately talented artist who happened to be an evil genius... Finally, in 1998, when Kane died, he
did finally credit a co-creator, and he even did it on his actual tombstone. According to Bob Kane he
did have a collaborator on Batman: God Himself."
"In 2008, after nearly 40 years in the band, Jon Anderson, lead singer of Yes, suffered an asthma attack requiring hospitalization. Doctors diagnosed Anderson with severe respiratory failure and recommended that he rest for at least six months. Faced with the serious illness of their collaborator and friend of four decades, the other members of the band were left with no choice but to tell Anderson to fuck off while they hit the road with some putz they picked up from a Yes tribute band."