Thursday, April 12, 2007

Personal Quote Collection Section: Quotes under my pen name

"If you fill up a cup half-way, it's half-full; If you drink half of a full cup, it's half-empty... If you forgot to fill it up, it's just an empty cup."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Everything seems more real in the darkness, especially what isn't real."- Kathryn J. Blair

"The night has a life of it's own."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Humans need conflict. Without it, we would be bored and restless. Without conflict we couldn't truly appreciate joy and love, or perhaps never experience them."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Trust? When people say no, just accept it... That's one of the main ways to earn it."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Here's a tip: don't be condescending to strangers... You never know what kind of nut you'll pull out of the bag."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Being smart is to have knowledge. Being wise is knowing when to shut the hell up."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The only people who have no doubts are either stupid, crazy, or fanatics- though I guess they go under the crazy section."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Flowers wilt. Memories do not."- Kathryn J. Blair

"We're not even a second in the flow of time."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Someone trusting you with their tears is a far greater gift than trusting you with their smiles."- Kathryn J. Blair

"The more you think about things, the more you doubt what you know. The less you think about thing, the stupider you become."- Kathryn J. Blair

"I've been thinking... What is the difference between honor and lack of desperation?"- Kathryn J. Blair

"When a war ends, the results linger and then create the next war."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Memories never leave entirely... they may fade, or be repressed, but they are still there."- Kathryn J. Blair

"You never rid yourself of fear. You can numb yourself to one, but the fear is merely moved to a new location. Fear can not be removed, merely moved."- Kathryn J. Blair

"All wars will end, and peace will follow... in death."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Beauty is pure interpretation."- Kathryn J. Blair

"What do you call a man who does before he thinks, acting on half-formed feelings of unanalyzed beliefs? Besides an idiot."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Humans are too afraid to believe there's nothing after death, so we created god to make us feel secure."- Kathryn J. Blair

"I feel no sorrow at death, for it is the only thing in life no one can change- that it must end. Only the wise don't fight it; fools try and always fail." - Kathryn J. Blair

"Many think death is unfair... But death is actually the one thing in the world that is fair; it comes for humans and animals alike, the rich and the poor, the young and the old."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Death is like truth- it's neither good nor evil. It simply is." - Kathryn J. Blair

"Every end brings a new beginning... but a reminder of this is often needed when we are consumed by sorrow of that end."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Though one must fight their own doubts and learn from their mistakes, to doubt is to stay sane and to err is human nature." -Kathryn J. Blair

"If people count a biography as someone's life, what happens when it finishes?"- Kathryn J. Blair

"A troubled soul given power often goes from fury to madness."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Perhaps hiding in the crowds shows fear of self-weakness, but fear of love and friendship is a different kind of weakness."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Guess what? You'll never guess, so just ask what."- Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm too cowardly to die and I'm too cowardly to live, so I merely exist."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Death increases the awareness of life."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Never underestimate the ability of the human race to survive, even when things are at there worst. We're just too stubborn to give in." - Kathryn J. Blair

"Many smart people say only cockroaches will survive a nuclear bomb even though humans can't, many ignorant people brush it off, and then there are the people who are educated and stupid that made the bombs in the first place. But, cockroaches are cold-blooded and would die in a nuclear winter. Humans would adapt to it... poorly, at first, but we've done it before and humans never change the habit of adapting, whether or not we agree with the change. Even in the radiation, many survive, many mutant to prolong the little life left. We humans love to fight, and the fight we will always hold above all others is the fight to survive. So I have to say this: fuck the roaches."- Kathryn J. Blair

"I just discovered the secret of life: it sucks. Wait... that's no secret... Back to the drawing board."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Is fate something carved in time? Or is it merely the outcome of the ever-changing present?"- Kathryn J. Blair

"There is no future, only the result of choice and chance."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Though we can realize the horror of war without fighting ourselves, we can't experience the depth of the feeling- and the fighters that know the feeling personally, their emotions eventually gives way to numbness that instinct gives to protect the mind."- Kathryn J. Blair

"I want to die... but... though my life sucks, I live to help others, in spite of the punishment that comes for my good deeds."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Here's an amusing thought: Do bisexuals have gay-dar?"- Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm bored. None of my friends are online, not the ones I ever talk to, anyways... Well, I talk to myself, and I'm on, so it's not all bad." - Kathryn J. Blair

"I've been told that talking to yourself is normal. It's when you answer yourself that you're officially crazy." - Kathryn J. Blair

"Accomplishments aren't the same as happiness." - Kathryn J. Blair

"The armed forces is the only place mindlessness should be respected." - Kathryn J. Blair

"Losing your life isn't as important as living."-Kathryn J. Blair

"All my smart-alec remarks are blocking each other, so I can't think of one... great, they just imploded..."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Names are worthless in a fight."- Kathryn J. Blair

"My good deeds that help others often are self-destructive. But since I'm already screwed up, I figure what the hell, I might as well help others avoid my fate."- Kathryn J. Blair

"We humans love to fight, and the fight we will always hold above all others is the fight to survive."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Vengeance and self-pity are the same."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The strongest of us all are the underdogs."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Wicca is accepting. I'm not." - Kathryn J. Blair

"I trust my senses, not my memory."- Kathryn J. Blair

"Other than death, I think there is no balance that is absolute. Everything is a double-edged knife. But when I say "double-edged knife" I don't mean just the negative stuff- though a great many people find the negatives easier to see- but more like walking a crooked tight-rope made of sharp steel. If someone make a misstep, they cut themselves... and the effect that cut has is different for everyone. There are almost infinite, if not infinite, ways to deal with any one situation. But even if two different people chose the same way to handle that same situation, and did it the exact same way, the outcome would still be different, due to countless factors- many of which are always unknown."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Rage and hatred serve no purpose and take too much energy."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm one of those people who, when told I can't do something, bug the person who said that until they do it for me."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm not a pacifist. I'm just not an idiot. Only idiots get sucked into violence easily."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The tricks are stronger than the trickster."-Kathryn J. Blair

"All of life comes with ups and downs, the good and the bad- although it always has more bad than good."-Kathryn J. Blair

"All losing experiences teach more than any win."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm a wanna-believe skeptic."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I have hi-jacked your attempted grasp on sanity."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Pets? That word, or plural noun if you prefer, is so demoralizing and vague. Our "pets" are just another part of us. Elvis belongs to us all, the rat belongs to my mother, and I belong to Lila just as much she belongs to me. Freyja fits in comfortably, though I can think of no label that would fit her place inside the torn puzzle we once called a family."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Ignorance is bliss, because knowledge makes you aware. With awareness, eventually comes understanding. Understanding rapidly progresses into realization, and you realize about what you see, instead of just watching blindly. If at this point you still retain some dim amount of optimism, you see everything retrospectively as a cynic... This is why there are many cynics and few realists. Yet, though intelligence brings so much depression, few of the wise would trade it back for the stupidity and ignorance they once thought was bliss. That is an unavoidable truth that I know. That is the conclusion almost everyone who reflects upon life, knowledge, or truth eventually reaches."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The truth is not right, just, and good. However, neither is it wrong, immoral, and evil. It's just... there. Many writers and philosopher say this. We can see the base and it's reasons, the cause and effects, and even the eventually outcome. We often break it down, bit by bit, to the smallest level. But when doing it, we concentrate on the thing first asked about or the example given. Or we use human notions to color the very purpose of discoloring it at all. But, when concentrating only on the truth itself, the complete impartiality and utter uncaring of what's what, one can see that truth is just an existing concept."-Kathryn J. Blair

"No concept is a truth."-Kathryn J. Blair

"There must be a matching truth behind all thoughts put into the link connecting personal human thoughts and a somehow consistent concept."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I regret the pain of living, but not the life that I've lived."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I can speak the speak, but that doesn't mean I'll eat the meat."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If we make mistakes, then try not to repeat them and fail, does that count as learning, or just experiencing a moment in life?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"If life becomes too tough to bear, please grant me oblivion."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You may be scared to try, but it's scarier to never know... sometimes."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Someone's life can hold more power than a single death, but a death leaves it's impact much faster."-Kathryn J. Blair

"In anime, the blood for anything other than minor scrapes, minor facial cuts, or a single dripping line of blood is never red... unless you're refering to the black ink used in the mangas. Then it doesn't really matter, now does it?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"It's hard, but one must learn control. Or take medication. Whatever works."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Yes, I do smile at the face of adversity. Then I walk away."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm lazier than a house cat. Scary, huh?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Why don't you ever sleep-in on the weekend? That's what I always did, and I turned out fine! Oh, wait..."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If at this point you still retain some dim amount of optimism, you see everything retrospectively as a cynic... This is why there are many cynics and few realists."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Though intelligence brings so much depression, few of the wise would ever trade it back for the stupidity and ignorance they once had in bliss."-Kathryn J. Blair

"When I catch that damn squirrel, I'm gonna kick him in the nuts!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Why do the only good forum signatures all have quotes?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Life sucks... who wants it to be eternal?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"If you were immortal, everyone around would die again and again. You would most likely become inured to loss."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Truthfully, I go through suicidal stages from time to time. living forever would eventually become a curse to anyone... but it would be doubly so for me."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The reason we are born is to learn the hardships and struggles of life, and the joys in-between. The reason we live is a purpose we must each carve out for ourselves. And the reason we die is so we can finally get a little damn peace."-Kathryn J. Blair

"As a kid, I focused my maternal instincts towards stuffed creatures and inanimate furs. I seem to have worked my way up to small furry house pets that purr. And I'm pretty damn sure it should stay that way."-Kathryn J. Blair

"May all the stars in sky help me find my way if I ever lose it."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If I wanted reality, I won't be watching T.V."-Kathryn J. Blair "I'm not that big a nerd anymore. I'm more of a geek these days."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I've had this body a long time. I've learned lots about it. Just don't ask me what goes on beneath the surface- I failed anatomy five times. Hey, Latin words are hard to memorize!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Difference between a realist and a cynic? The depth of knowledge."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Oh yeah, that was... I can't even think of a word that fits here."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Most of humanity is stupid. The world never stops breeding perpetual ignorance. The only scholars these days are people who have enough money already to continue learning, and the ONLY use for a philosophy major now is for becoming a philosophy teacher yourself."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The only thing holding that dress up are two miracles of plastic surgery at work."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Since when do I talk for other people's amusement?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Superman's not retarded, just a bonehead."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Why is Superman so popular? He's boring in every way. The tights-wearing bat that creeps around in dark alleys is who kids should look up to."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I love how English is a universal language."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Run awaaaayy! It's something you don't understand!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"The fact that I got so worked up about a wrecked statue in a Marvel- sorry, DC- cartoon tells you either I have layers upon layers of issues, or that those chimichangas finally decided on their revenge. And since I don't remember the last time I actually ate a chimichanga, the layered issues is the safest bet."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Anyone who's done nothing wrong is doomed for failure. Hell, we're all doomed to fail in the end."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Of all the bad ways to go, I don't think you can beat being eaten by a T-Rex on the crapper."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Where do all these super-villain lunatics find their minions?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"The real difference between accepted society and criminals is timing. High-ranked criminals are the ones who learn the truths of life too early. Small-time criminals and flunkies are those who learn too late. But the members of that so respected society are the lab rats that turned out like they were supposed to."-Kathryn J. Blair

"That anyone has control over another is an illusion. Even parents don't have control, only influence. If a young child realizes this, they do as they please, never looking at how that will affect the course of their lives in the future. I know this to be the truth, because I speak from experience."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You can't give advice on women, because each woman is a different person."-Kathryn J. Blair

"It's comforting to know I'm not alone in my opinion... or maybe it's depressing to see that I just have the same thoughts as everybody else. Whatever."-Kathryn J. Blair

"That was the worst name I've heard someone be called! And since I've officially been in the system since second grade, been to two group homes, and at least five mental hospitals, that's saying something. But... A FILLER VILLIAN!!! That's just too cruel!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"The only big problem that could possibly rival the fruitless Kurama and Hiei AS FRIENDS image searches in stupidity is when I start talking about Kurama and people start teasing that he's gay. I mean, it's not funny! It wasn't funny the first time, and it's sure as hell not funny in 2008!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"If someone had a disease, why the hell would he take a wartime medical position?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Well, that kinda worked itself out."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Meh. Or something to that effect."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Does anything about ANYTHING makes sense anymore? The more you analyze something, the more you see all the flaws in logic."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If I compared America to anything, it would be a family. A very fucked up family. We compete with our sibling states, rebel against the government's so-called guidance like any child against a parent, and don't give a shit at all if we screw each other over despite how it affects the one being petty. But if someone else pushes us, we unite to crush them completely and make sure they regret it forever. Then we go right back to in-fighting. But we never let the ones who pushed our buttons forget that we will destroy them entirely if they ever try again. In short, we love to hate each other, but if someone gets in our way, our wrath is terrible and relentless."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The Japanese, for instance, are well-known for their unending politeness, and I realize that Americans are best known for our rudeness, but it just saves time. While the Japanese would be drinking tea sip by sip, then sit down and relay dishonest pleasantries, followed by small talk about nothing of consequence, before finally doing a doe-si-doe chore of negotiating, we've been deep in the water of work already. After all, America's relatively new for a nation, and we want to get things done for all the time we lost getting into this world."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Everyone in America knows the nation and government is screwed up, and we wouldn't have it any other way."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Art and writing are two sides of the same coin, bonded together by their common principle- inspiration. The same way a designer sees a single section of a sleeve, then builds a whole dress around an idea, a writer can hear four words in a pleasing order and create layered poems."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Why is honesty considered a virtue when no one likes hearing it?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Don't bother buying a mystery novel. It's only a mystery the first time."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The root of all immaturity is self-centeredness."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Just because I studied doesn't mean I learned. Learning would require something I didn't already know."-Kathryn J. Blair

"It is a thin line between pride and arrogance."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Any guardian's just a worthless lock without a key. That is why Britannia is worthless. Their armies are the full of the lock, protectors of the corrupt. Their royal family is their latch, procuring the despair of the peoples trampled dreams. You, the Black Knights, are the full of the United States of Japan's lock, the guardians of the weak and defenseless. And I am our latch, that which pulls together the guardians of justice. Their key was Euphemia, a cracked key and a hidden poison personified. However, the lock of Britannia is as solid as an iron coffin, and pure poison no effect on metal. Not until it becomes acid. However, acid does not open a lock, it merely melts it. Our key, which had been stolen, is the one that opens the way to happiness. I refuse to have the Black Knights to become as worthless and corrupted as the Britannian militia. If I let that happen, then any blood we spilt, all the loved ones left behind in grief, everything... Everything would have been in vain. No, that's wrong... It could never be called "in vain", for that would imply it would have been for nothing. Rather, without happiness, we would simply replace those in power, and plunge into an abyss identical to theirs."-Kathryn J. Blair, in an imaginary speech created for the anime Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion

"If you could live forever, it would quickly become a curse for ANYONE. So many people say things like; "I wish I could live forever" or "I wanna to become immortal", but do they even think about how they feel about it? Few do. Most just say it because it has such a popular fantasy. And almost all the rest never think really about it before they voice this desire."-Kathryn J. Blair

"How could anyone stand to live for so-called eternity? Time would pass, leaving everyone and everything you know would be left behind. Your memories of them would fade... becoming so vague they might have well never been at all."-Kathryn J. Blair

"In my personal opinion, life generally sucks."-Kathryn J. Blair

"What kind of Chinese Emperor isn't Chinese?!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Philosophy is but yet another time-killer."-Kathryn J. Blair

"No one can annoy you like someone who loves you."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Pride is important, but it does nothing for the dead."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I've learned to look for the best in people and every situation, because there is no other way to retain any sort of happiness when you're stuck in reality."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Why do people cheat? If they manipulate a game, what's the point in playing? It's not fun if you know the outcome without the experience."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I now have much wisdom, but have lost the conviction to do anything with it."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Just because something was ahead of it's time, that doesn't make it the best now."-Kathryn J. Blair

"But it was state-of-the-art when we bought it!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"I used to say I couldn't be drafted because I was a girl, under 18, and labeled as Special Ed. Now they draft women too, I'm 21, but at least my mental and physical disabilities still protect me."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Just because I'm a fan doesn't mean I'm blind to your flaws."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I love saying "You suck!" because it brings me back to a truly happy moment in my childhood."-Kathryn J. Blair

"My cat is like a barnacle, but my computer is like a lesser vital organ."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Unless you're acting as a meat shield, don't try being the hero in a life-or-death situation. If you die, you can't help anyways. In fact, your death may just up the ante for the rest. Do what you can, and nothing more."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If you have to think it through, it isn't really an emotion."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Only in Gotham do Halloween masks announce that you should fear any freak that wears them."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm always straight to the point... except when I'm on a tangent."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The best part of having a stalker is knowing they'll always be there for you. Unless you decide to run them over or something."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Slang is degrading our language to mere grunts and noises. I guess those 'dawgs' finally found a way to be literal."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Of all modern religions, I'd have to say the Amish are the most reminiscent of that of ancient Egypts'. They center around the afterlife more than any other concept and greatly about living life for the sake of what will happen when it's over."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The references to "the innocence of a child" are complete bullshit. Children are more selfish than any "well-adjusted" adult, which is a cause and effect for them to see in black and white and little if any grey. That "innocence" people speak of is because this. But the fact that they make no moral compromises is mostly because they never bother to look outside themselves, not because they harbor little corruption in their own hearts."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If America's power goes, so will we. Let's face it, nobody else likes us."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Three thousand years from now, assuming a nuclear holocaust or something like that does not occur, no one will care if we set aside our morals, as long as we survived. When people look back on ancient wars, they see the outcome, not the morals of long-dead people."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If you think about it, excess is the root of evil deeds. I guess that makes an obsessive person like me evil. Huh. How 'bout that."-Kathryn J. Blair

"What's with this '20% less sugar!" crap? If I didn't want sugar I wouldn't have bought poptarts!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"What's so great about J-Pop? Why do the Japanese insist on making people with weak voices into stars? On a related note, the same can be said for most anime songs too- and THAT is unforgivable. It lowers the quality of animes like Gundam Seed to a small extent, where one of the four main characters is supposed to be a worshiped pop star."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You all suck. So sayth the Queen."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Yes, knowledge is passed around making it hard to tell fact from rumor, but the sharing of information is even greater as a strength than as a weakness. It is known many in the same way, instead of feeling something was done for a personal reason. It is uncolored by emotions other than those you find on your own, giving a clearer definition to it's role affecting later events. And it continues on through the ages."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Personal experiences mean nothing to the people who write the history books."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The solution for economic problem of building the pyramids and Egypt's wealth was an obvious duh(- yes, I'm aware that's an oxymoron. It's just a neat little term I like to use.) The money was recycled. Grave robbers of the Pharaoh's tombs came in many varieties. There were notorious criminals, priests, people hired by the Pharaoh in times of need, and of course the guardians to the tombs themselves. That's why the SMART Pharaohs decided to get buried in the Valley of The Kings. The pyramids are flashy and show up to the inhabitants even now, but that attracted thieves like mosquitoes to an open vein. But the Valley of the Kings is made up of countless pits and caverns. Even with modern resources, we haven't yet found all the tombs there."-Kathryn J. Blair

"There weren't many people back then, true, when compared to the present. But Egypt had a long, long history, and much of it held them as the top sphinx. But those people were always ruled with no toleration to treason of even the very smallest of crimes. Any word that could imply anything but reverence the Pharaoh, and being killed where you where stand was the best death you could possibly hope for. The Pharaohs were second only to the gods themselves. They were like the demi-gods of Greece. Literally- it was believed that the very first Pharaoh was a god himself. Knowing that, it's easy to compare such an example to how the Catholic Church ruled in the Dark Ages."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Incredible knowledge from Egypt is MUCH easier to lose than you seem to think. Things that are lost in translation alone is what would seem as distant as the Earth to Jupiter. After all, you ever see a subtitled movie? That's with current translators that have thing in a guided format. The Rosetta stone couldn't possibly cover everything, since scribes where schooled rigorously from age 7. And then those hieroglyphics were translated in to ancient text, so that had to be translated as well just to turn into something anyone understood before. And that goes on for a while. And so each archaeology team has to work everything out together, trying to decide what the hieroglyphics say at all. And of course, not everything was written down."-Kathryn J. Blair

"In the old days, a wide girth was considered attractive, showing you had great wealth. Now, you show you're rich by looking like you start everyday by yuckin' it up in the toilet."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Every day for two years, I'd ask myself, "Will someone kill me today?" then follow that thought with "I half hope they do.""-Kathryn J. Blair

"If you take no action, guilt is only another form of self-pity."-Kathryn J. Blair

"There is no such thing as unconditional love. Unconditional kindness, maybe, but not love. Anyone who says otherwise is just repeating an expression, stupid, or merely full of shit. No, not even the best dogs have that so-called unconditional love. If you are cruel to a dog, they won't love you. See?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Here's the thing about powerhouses; As long as the frame still stands, any power lost can be restored one way or another."-Kathryn J. Blair

"As they used to say in the days of old, "ye all suck.""-Kathryn J. Blair

"I don't care about your traumatic past. All of us have had painful experiences in our lives, so that's hardly a valid excuse. It's what you do now that defines you."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Boredom is the bane of my existence."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm no shrink, though I've been seeing one or another since kindergarten, so I know the gist of their mind games and mental tests pretty well. Me, I'm more of a philosopher. I've found this to be the answer: Everyone has terrifying, depressing, and perverted thoughts. It takes courage to admit them, but more useful is the wisdom to know when not to."-Kathryn J. Blair

"What constitutes an author anymore? A 6-year-old could write the worst story ever, complete with almost every spelling error there is, and post it online. But more and more official books become 'online only', so what would that make the 6-year-old kid?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Most that are self-righteous can also be called judgmental fools."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The only just part of life is the part to just try, no matter what. That's why I hate life, by the way."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Who hits a fan fiction writer up for money anyways?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"When a reader of my caliber is really inside the world of the story, being pulled out just because of a mere spelling error makes the disappointment devastating."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Hey! Cat! Decide whether you want to play or be petted. I can't do both! I'm just a frail human with easily punctured skin."-Kathryn J. Blair

"We all have natural faults and talents, cultivated vices and gifts. Compatibility among these things is how a friend is found."-Kathryn J. Blair

"My life has well conditioned my nose for any natural smell of my own. Well, unless you cut my intestines out and shoved them in my face. I'm pretty sure that would make me gag... if I still had enough air."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The sensationalism of swearing has been reduced to being a cheap, trivial gag."-Kathryn J. Blair

"There is just no way I'm wrong, absolutely NO WAY in the hell that is life!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"I prefer to put more emphasis on my opinions than on facts. Only facts can be reformed without your consent."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Never piss off a bulimic. Their retaliation can be frightening."-Kathryn J. Blair

"That's new. I've never heard of a Chinese man being mistaken for a tree before."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Of course light can be dark. Ever hear of black light bulbs?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"It was just a kick in the head from my old friend, OCD."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Wherever there is power, danger lies hidden."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Without control, there is no such thing as power... only chaos."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Book genres are a lot like music. Even if there are certain kinds you don't care for, there are always a few pieces from it that you still like."-Kathryn J. Blair

"No one can cop an attitude like a cat."-Kathryn J. Blair

"It's not 'Ah, man.', it's 'Ah, whorebiscuit.'"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Mom! The Nazis ate my jellybeans!"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Don't get on the plane. Just think upon that."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You can not change the past, only the way you view it in hindsight."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Behold the three most powerful creatures in anime; the angsty action hero, a magic schoolgirl, and the all-mighty plot device god. This wisdom is sponsored by plot holes."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You only have dignity if you intertwine decency with your pride; when the decency is broken off, all that is left is a hollow ego."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I prefer sounding like an ass over sounding like an idiot."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I tend to feel bad for comic relief characters. It's like being born somewhere where your race, gender, or some other innate quality is considered inferior through no fault of your own."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Anime is notorious for being full of plot holes and faulty logic. But anime shouldn't be blamed for those problems. No, it's the fact that anime is fiction, and ALL fiction has these errors of this type. A writer could spend 20 years writing a book, consumed with putting together every small detail, and there would still be things that don't mesh perfectly. So why does anime get singled out?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"In my book, if you don't love explosions, there's no way you can really be an American."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Tokijin doesn't have a sheath. It just hangs in Sesshomaru's belt. Good thing he seems to have an aversion to chairs."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Ranma thinks of himself as exactly that- himself. Only his body was cursed, not his thought patterns. Why don't fanfiction writers seem to be able to grasp that?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"There's something very wrong about a legendary bandit bringing a stray girl to a kleptomaniac help group."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I love your stylish dementia."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The only time people can become control everything is when they write a story."-Kathryn J. Blair

"In Naruto, a ninja who doesn't use teamwork is nothing but an assassin. Unless their attack is unprovoked; then they're a murderer."-Kathryn J. Blair

"War tends to bring out emotions in unpredictable ways, to say the least."-Kathryn J. Blair

"One who is ruled by confidence becomes arrogant; one who is ruled by depression is filled with despair; one who is ruled by desperation ends up pathetic."-Kathryn J. Blair

"When did it happen, I wonder, that everyone's one expectation for me was to expect me to fail?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Dogs don't have unconditional love for any one, they merely don't have the capacity for emotional deceit."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I have several nasty flea bites, courtesy of my precious little one... wanna see?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"If you think about it, Naru (from Ghost Hunt) is a lot like Batman. They have the exact same obsessive tendencies and habits. The only real difference is the core of their obsession; Naru is consumed by his research on the paranormal, while Batman is controlled by the need for justice."-Kathryn J. Blair

"To all those who believe in the 'that which does not kill you makes you stronger' crap, enlightenment can be found in one word: paralyzation."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Something doesn't have to be a good thing to be cool. I mean, refrigerators are cool, but they contribute to the greenhouse effect."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Ugh. I hate acoustic versions. I can't think of a single song that sounds better that way than the original... or even good at all, for that matter."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I have yet to decide what I am the Queen of, but I definitely have a throne, made of the finest white porcelain."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If you can find a flaw in my logic, I'd be happy to hear it. That way, I could argue my point some more."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The macabre carries it's own type of beauty."-Kathryn J. Blair

"To be fair, the incest thing IS kind of unavoidable; the Olympians have to work with a rather limited gene pool."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Of course you stop at the climax. Writers these days..."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You don't actually listen to the lyrics, do you? You're Gonna Go Far Kid is more suited for someone like Light Yagami than Toshiro Hitsugaya - Lelouch vi Britannia is the best choice, but Light illustrates my point better."-Kathryn J. Blair

"It seems me that this is a cry for help stems from lack of fatherly guidance and can only be fixed by receiving great attention from male relative. Take Uryuu to Isshin."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The show Bleach disproves the common misunderstanding that Gingers have no souls."-Kathryn J. Blair

"The sad thing is that this is a better ending than the original, despite that nearly every main character from Seed died except for a possibly megalomaniacal Lacus. Just goes to show JUST how bad Destiny was."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You'd think someone as highly-recommended and experienced as Madame Malkin would be GOOD at her job."-Kathryn J. Blair

"If people don't want to read about violence, they should stay away from Shounen action fandoms."-Kathryn J. Blair

How could Yamamoto think hollows are all dumb beasts and yet say they're deceptive creatures? How the hell did he live so long like that?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Nothing brings guys together quite like blowing shit up."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Hagrid might be well-meaning, but he still routinely brings potentially lethal creatures into a place filled with children. He'd find that basilisk charming."-Kathryn J. Blair

"You know, it was kinda a dead giveaway what Waltfeld intended to do with the Eternal if he had it painted PINK."-Kathryn J. Blair

"It's small world after all - right, plot-convenience?"-Kathryn J. Blair

"Actually, the world in general never knew Lelouch was the original Zero. Only the people important enough to have their names remembered did."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Maybe Old Man Zangetsu could be the one to kick-start Uryuu's lost powers. I've always found it odd that I haven't seen that idea used."-Kathryn J. Blair

"When asked later why he attacked a captain of the Gotei 13, Hitsugaya responds "I saw him touching another white haired boy's naughty places!" *Aizen is imprisoned for molesting Gin. Everyone realizes he's bad news, even if they think it's the wrong kind.*"-Kathryn J. Blair

"I just don't understand the obsession yaoi writers have with mpreg. There's a reason gay couples adopt, a reason that works just fine and can even be turned into a plot point."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I like what Zangetsu pointed out; every writer always shows pity for Muramasa, but using mind-control to make those whose entire existence revolves around protecting one person turn on said person... that shit can't be brushed aside so easily."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I didn't know Texas mail can be delivered to Hell. Makes sense though."-Kathryn J. Blair

"Actually, the term is "don't stick your dick in crazy" not "don't stick you're dick in crazy". They're talking about an actual dick, not an asshole."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I think what people don't realize is that it was never really about Crowley. It was about breaking trust, how Dean tried so hard to believe in Cas and defended his sincerity when it was getting obvious that something fishy was going on. Cas worked with a demon, sure, but more importantly, he DIDN'T go to Sam or Dean. THAT was the betrayal."-Kathryn J. Blair

"I'm going to play devil's advocate here: Meg wasn't so much really the one who got Jo and Ellen killed as a grunt following a direct order from Lucifer to release the hounds. As for Cas kissing a demon? He's a very impressionable young angel and all the cool kids were doing it. Seriously, Sam with Ruby, Bobby with Crowley, Dean with that crossroads chick, Mary with Azazel (...while in her father's body. That scene left me slightly squicked) and while it was never shown, presumably John with Azazel as well. By now I'm pretty sure kissing a demon (or being a demon who was kissed) is pretty much a requisite for main characters. There was no excuse for inflicting Samuel on us in place of Bobby however."-Kathryn J. Blair

"As for Cas kissing a demon? He's a very impressionable young angel and all the cool kids were doing it. Seriously, Sam with Ruby, Bobby with Crowley, Dean with that crossroads chick, Mary with Azazel (...while in her father's body. That scene left me slightly squicked) and while it was never shown, presumably John with Azazel as well. By now I'm pretty sure kissing a demon (or being a demon who was kissed) is pretty much a requisite for main characters. Besides, the actors are married."-Kathryn J. Blair

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