Yeah, I found more. I just have a thing for quotes. And also for reading Terry Pratchett books, which usually have lots of good quotes. Deal with it. Anyway, they're good quotes.

"Fear is strange soil. Mainly it grows obedience like corn , which grows in rows and makes weeding easy. But sometimes it grows the potatoes of defiance, which flourish underground." Terry Pratchett, "Small Gods"

"I see the future, and it's getting better, all the time" Modern English in "I'll Melt with You"

"And I saw, sort of like rabbits, in many colors but basically a plaid pattern, kind of spinning around, and there was a sound as of like big syrupy things." T.P. in "Thief of Time."

"Writing is not necessarily something to be ashamed of. But do it in private, and wash your hands afterward." Winston Churchill

"Smite you with thunderbolts!" "Writhe on the spikes of damnation!" "Your hand to wither and drop off!" "Your sexual organs to sprout wings and fly away!" "Your ankles to be crushed in the jaws of giants!" "Your intestines to be wound around a tree until you are sorry!" Assorted curses from "Small Gods" by T. Pratchett

"I'd prefer a more specific philosophy." "Certainly. I expected that you would. I see you cling to logic as a limpet clings to a rock in a storm. Let me see...defend the small spaces, don't run with scissors, and remember there is often an unexpected chocolate." He smiled. "And never resist a perfect moment." "Thief of Time"

"Where do gods come from? Where do they go? Some attempt to answer this was made by the religious philosopher Koomi of Smale in his book "Ego-video Liber Deorum", which translates into the vernacular roughly as "Gods: A Spotter's Guide." People said there had to be a Supreme Being because otherwise how could the universe exist, eh? And of course there clearly had to be, said Koomi, a Supreme Being. but since the universe was a bit of a mess, it was obvious that the Supreme Being had not in fact made it. If he had made it he would, being Supreme, have made a much better job of it, with far better thought given, taking an example at random, to things like the design of the common nostril. Or, to put it another way, the existence of a very badly put-together watch proved the existence of a blind watchmaker. You only had to look around to see that there was room for improvement practically everywhere. This suggested that the universe had been put together in a bit of a rush by an underling while the Supreme Being wasn't looking, in the same way that Boy Scouts Association minutes are done on office photocopiers all over the country. So, reasoned Koomi, it was not a good idea to address any prayers to the Supreme Being. It would only attract his attention and might cause trouble." Again, "Small Gods."

"The Reverend Doctor Hendrik Hudson Schultz, B.S., M.A., D.D., D.H.L., K.G.B., Past Grand Master Royal Astrological Society. Scientific Horoscopy at moderate prices, Weddings solemnized. Family counseling. Eclectic and holistic therapy. Bets accepted at all hours at track odds."

"Are you all philosophers?" "That's right. We think, therefore we am." "Are." "Right. We *are,* therefore we am." "Small Gods" again

"Life in this world," he said, "is, as it were, a sojourn in a cave. What can we know of reality? For all we see of the true nature of existence is, shall we say, no more than bewildering and amusing shadows cast upon the inner wall of the cave by the unseen blinding light of absolute truth, from which we may or may not deduce some glimmer of veracity, and as we troglodyte seekers of wisdom can only lift our voices to the unknown and say, humbly, 'Go on, do Deformed's my favorite.'" Another from "Small Gods"

"Do unto others before they do unto you." Any number of Terry Pratchett books