Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Movie Wisdom

I just wanted to share a few things I learned by watching movies. I have them on post-its on my computer monitor, for those days when life just seems to be handing out lemons (make lemonade?)

"Life's a garden. Dig it." (Joe Dirt)
"It's wind. It blows all over the place." (The Weatherman)

"Don't Panic." (Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy)
"Sometimes in life, you just have to chuck some s**t." (The Weatherman)

And the old standbys:
"Stupid is as stupid does."
"Life is like a box of chocolates: you never know what you're gonna get."

1 comment:

Dad said...

My favorite 'Wisdom of Star Trek':
Spock: "It is more pleasing to want than to have. It is not logical but it is often true."
Riker: "Find something you love to do and be the very best at it you can."
Riker, again: "Sure it's dangerous. Nobody ever said life was safe."
Picard: "You can do everything right and still not win."
Kirk: "Would you care to see the Captian's quarters?"
Pakled: "We like Geordi. He makes things go."
Warf: "Less talk. More Synthahol."
Dr. McCoy: "Engineers love to change things."
Scotty: "You ALWAYS overestimate the time required for a task. That way you always appear to have worked miracles."
And my all-time favorite comment, by Dr. McCoy: "Are you out of your Vulcan mind?"
Fascinating.