You exist only in what you do.
You exist in time, but you belong to eternity.
You exist forever. You've always existed and you'll always exist. You move in and out of bodies like some people in Los Angeles move in and out of houses, every other week, every other lifetime.
You exaggerate everything. You continually force the truth because you're always looking for something.
You evil thing, why do you haunt me?
You evidently feel that brevity is the soul of widowhood.
You ever wonder when God's coming back with a lot of barbecue sauce?
You ever want to see real witchcraft, you watch people protecting their comfort, their beliefs.
You ever want to feel powerless? Watch the people you care about being hurt and know there is nothing you can do about it.
You ever wake up in the middle of the night because a couple of cats are clawing each other to death outside your window? That's what it's like listening to you speak.
You ever try to leave New York? I did once. I lasted about a year.
You ever try to beat your dad up? It just don't happen. He's got that old man strength.
You ever tried to pick up your teeth with a bunch of broken fingers.
You ever think Charlie, that our group is the same as any other group like a football team? And the only real difference between us is what we wear and why we wear it?
You ever taste some damn chicken so horrible, that you wished the chicken would show up at your house and show your lady how to cook him?
You ever talk about a movie with someone that read the book? They're always so condescending. 'Ah, the book was much better than the movie.' Oh really? What I enjoyed about the movie: no reading.
You ever stop to think they can't rob you of knowledge? They can strip you and you've still got it.
You ever spent eight hours acting in water? It's a lot easier to get in and out of a bath. Hot tubs are bad news for actors, man.
You ever see a bar with 200 beautiful women go broke? But I've seen a lot of bars with great DJs go broke.