quotes

Everything you could possibly want to know about me is summarized up in the following statements, comments, quotes and otherwise stupid items. And while some might seem old or outdated, I keep them alive as a reminder of who I may have been, or even still am. Or never was. Or wanted to be. Something like that. Maybe the 1st one?

Additional note : I keep some of these older quotes up as a reminder that I have the balls to admit I said something. I may not believe a certain aspect of something from my Antidote Series, but I certainly have the testicular fortitude to leave the words for others to see.

The NEW k/me series

  • “My right to free speech, and therefore opposition to your view, is more important then your free speech and therefore you don’t deserve free speech.” —kastle, new series, 8.16.17
  • “Where would we be if not for disappointing ourselves believing that there was such a thing as love and that it could be obtained by another human.” —kastle, new series, 2.12.17
  • “Sorrow and sadness are terms for dating. Happiness and joy are terms for being single.”
  • kastle, new series, 2.12.17

 

Old school

  • “It’s a good thing that history gives you a window into stupidity … What makes stupidity really insufferable is that it is forever in action – idiocy knows no rest”” — antidote, originals series 5.5.7
  • “I’ve learned the following today: People and their douchebagory knows no bounds, is limitless, and is rather amazing to behold.” —antidote, originals series, 5.26.7
  • “I fight this war inside my head where there are no winners, only losers” —antidote, originals series, 9.15.7
  • “I don’t get it why people walk around and tell you “I’ve found god!” … Umm… where you at the Jersey shore playing skeeball too?” —antidote, original series, 1.31.8 + rewording from Bado
  • “Chicks should have a expiration date on them like a milk container does … that way I can get something with a longer shelf life. —antidote original series, 3.31.8
  • “You know the great thing about single moms? Exactly, nothing …” —antidote original series, 4.10.8
  • “It’s funny, people usually don’t talk to me when I’m out in public … I’m sure that’s because I don’t fucking really care what they have to say …” —antidote original series, 4.10.8
  • “I met her one night, she seemed like a great person. Then I realized I was drunk and she was ugly. Go figure.” —antidote original series, 6.8.8
  • “Animals in the wild are patient … waiting … lurking …. then blamo, shot by Ted Nugent.” —antidote original series, 1.29.11
  • “If I could have anything my heart desired, my desire would be to fill the hearts of others. With stakes. To ensure they’re not vampires.” —antidote original series, 8.30.11 + rewording from Bado
  • “Kastle’s Theory states that the number of people that care about you is inversely proportional to the number of cats you own.” —antidote original series, 8.31.11 + Bado’s devine rewording
  • “If I said you had a beautiful body, would you take your pants off and dance around a little?” —Zapp Brannigan, Futurama
  • “How can you keep your head and not go insane when the only light at the end of the tunnel is another train?” — Dream Theater, New Millennium
  • “We move in circles, balanced all the while on a gleaming razor’s edge. A perfect sphere, colliding with our fate. This story ends where it began.” –-John Petrucci, Octavarium
  • “Know much about purgatory? It’s a place between heaven and hell where those who were left behind and unable to get into heaven, continue to suffer. A place of struggle and pain. In other words, the world we are in now. —Vincent Volaju
  • “My ideal date is my date whispering in my ear asking me “Why does your hankerchief smell like Chloroform?” — Bradley Fukerton III
  • “Memory’s unreliable. No no no, really. Memory’s not perfect; it’s not even that good. Ask the police. Eyewitness testimony is unreliable. Cops don’t catch a killer by sitting around remembering stuff. They collect facts, they make notes, and they draw conclusions. Facts, not memories. That’s how you investigate. I know. It’s what I used to do. Look, memory can change the shape of a room; it can change the color of a car. And memories can be distorted. They’re just an interpretation, they’re not a record, and they’re irrelevant if you have the facts.” — Leonard Shelby, Memento
  • “The horror of wedlock, the most appalling, the most loathsome of all the bonds humankind has devised for its own discomfort and degradation.” — Marquis De Sade
  • “The Antidote stands for the ambiguity of human powers of choosing his own fate, that of the poison or that of the cure. I think this tension is an unbelievable and endless source of inspiration. It is not we are suggesting our album as a saviour for broken hearts or minds, as an antidote to a given poison. Actually it can backfire on you, everything is possible.” — Fernando Ribeiro
  • “Imperious, choleric, irascible, extreme in everything, with a dissolute imagination of the like which has never been seen. Atheistic to the point of fanaticism, there you have me in a nutshell and kill me again or take me as I am for I shall not change.” — Marquis De Sade

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