Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Quotes on post-its



Quotes I've written on post-its to stick on the wall in front of my desk, so I have some inspiring words when I take a break to stare into oblivion:

"Goonies Never Die." --the goonies

"You are not a robot. You are a real person." --friendly reminder to myself

"Up off your knees now and shatter the average." --Buck 65

"I'm better than you." --self riteous club promotion postcard

"Indifference is never creative." --Elie Wiesel

"Maybe we aren't really supposed to know what we're supposed to do yet. Learning stuff is good enough for now, despite personal conflict." --Marcie

"I believe in whisky, and very little else." --Sam

"Poets have been mysteriously quiet on the subject of cheese." --G.K. Chesterson

"Grey's Anatomy is about people who can't get their shit together. You hate that. So do I." --K10

"You have to drive to Eugene to see if you can get Tool tickets, ya know?" --Bailey

"What I'm going to do is I can do whatever I want because I am special." --One of the two coolest five year olds I know.

Also, there is a black and white picture of a duckling and another one of a wolf. The stuffed frog holds down the fort.

2 comments:

Karl Spensen said...

I'm going to have to steal that quote from the 5-year old for my office. Talk about empowering!

K.Wolverine said...

My cousin popped out two really smart kids at once. They always have word gems for me.