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Loki quotes

Let it never be said that your anal-retentive attention to detail never yielded positive results!

Hey, what better way to repent than by resuming the position I once denied, thanks to you?

Last four days on Earth. If I had a dick, I'd go get laid. We can do the next best thing, let's kill people. (to terrified woman in the elevator) No, not you.

I'm talking about Divine Justice here. I'm talking about raining down fire and brimstone, punishing the wicked.

Mass genocide is the most exhausting activity one can engage in, next to soccer.

The major sins never change. Besides, I can spot a commandment-breaker a mile away.

No married man kisses his wife like that!

Do you know what makes a human being decent? Fear. And therein lies the problem. None of you has anything left to fear anymore. You rest comfortably in seats of inscrutable power, hiding behind your false idol, far from judgment, lives shrouded in secrecy, even from each other. But not from God.

Don't run! Don't run! Fakes! Fakes! All of you, fakes! Oh, and you! And one to grow on! (people are punctuated by gunshots)

You have nothing to worry about. You're innocent. But you forgot to say 'God bless you' when I sneezed!

I can't kill her if she hasn't done anything! You know that.

He's been at it for a while now. We ran out of-of parishioners. And so he just started picking up folk off the road and dropping 'em.

This is just eons of repression getting purged. If only they'd let us jerk off, you know?

I love ****ing with the clergy.

This wasn't my idea, alright?! Jesus Christ! I just wanted to go home. But him you know? He just lost it. He realized who you were and what you'd have to do, he just snapped. And the funny thing is, this guy could never even stand to see me work. He said he always felt sorry for you. Now look at him.

All lines are currently down.

Now, Through the Looking Glass, that poem "The walrus and the carpenter", that's an indictment of organised religion; the walrus with his girth and good nature, obviously represents either Buddha, or, with his tusks, the Hindu elephant god, Lord Ganesha-- that takes care of your eastern religions. Now, the carpenter, which is an obvious reference to Jesus Christ, who was raised a carpenter's son, he represents the western religions. Now, in the poem what do they do? What do they do? They dupe all these oysters into following them, and then proceed to shuck and devour the helpless creatures en mass?. Now, I don't know what that says to you, but, to me it says, that following these faiths based on mythological figures ensures the destruction of one's inner being. Organised religion destroys who we are by inhibiting our actions, by inhibiting our decisions, out of fear of some intangible parent figure, who shakes a finger at us from thousands of years ago and says "Do it, do it and I'll ****ing spank you!"

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