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  1. !pass($go) && !$quota_utils:set_quota(player, $quota_utils:get_quota(player)+200)

  2. "'BeepBeepBeep.. BeepBeepBeep'?? I've never heard THAT one before."

  3. "A judge has to have wisdom, has to have integrity! I'm a /LAWYER/!"

  4. "A starfleet protocol I adapted. I find it quite useful."

  5. "Actually you were right the first time: I'm just basically always looking for a new way to fuck up."

  6. "Are you a lawyer?" "No, but if I keep killing people I figure they'll let me into hell anyway."

  7. "Are you out of your mind?!" "YES! YES I AM!"

  8. "Did you sleep with anybody?" "Just a goat. Don't ask."

  9. "Do you have to be crazy to be religious?" "No, but it helps."

  10. "Do you know that you're odd?" "I do."

  11. "Doesn't he need a mate?" "Not if he reproduces asexually." "Where's the fun in that?"

  12. "Don't they ever learn?" "No. They are the priesthood."

  13. "Don't you think I feel bad enough?" "No."

  14. "Eventually we'll all be as paranoid online as we are offline" - E. Reid.

  15. "Everything will be fine." "How can you say that?!" "Because, sometimes when things get tough, denial is all we have."

  16. "Frankly, I find the idea of a bug that thinks /offensive/."

  17. "Have you tried communicating with them?" "But sir, they are ugly and really weird looking." "Very well. Continue firing."

  18. "He's an evil man!" "He's not a man at all. He's the incarnation of evil." "That's supposed to make me feel better?"

  19. "Hello, Major Tom? Are you receiving?"

  20. "Help! Help!" "Thanks, I don't need any."

  21. "Hi, My name is " + this.aliases[random($)]

  22. "How can you spend 4.6 million dollars in a month?" "They let me sign checks with a rubber stamp! A STAMP!"

  23. "How strange!" thought the psychologist, "and how pathetic; why is it he struggles so hard to get them to approve his way of life?"

  24. "I am so psyched to annex Czechoslovakia."

  25. "I come to you because you're the designated 'sensitive male'."

  26. "I contend that we are both atheists. I just believe in one fewer god than you do. When you understand why you dismiss all the other possible gods, you will understand why I dismiss yours." -- Stephen Roberts

  27. "I don't know how else we could find the source of our problem." "X-ray your skull?"

  28. "I don't suppose I should ask why you were undressed?" "I would prefer that you didn't."

  29. "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work. I want to achieve it through not dying." -Woody Allen

  30. "I dreamed that I tore my skin off and was someone else underneath." "You have problems." "I'm aware of that."

  31. "I get a lot of email. No, that's too deadpan: I get more email than god, and it's very difficult to deal with such a large body of information."

  32. "I may injure or kill people."

  33. "I only plan to be a lawyer until I'm twelve. Then I'm going to be an opthamologist."

  34. "I too am a sort of outcast." "Oh? What are you? A republican?"

  35. "I won't deny the clown is... meanspirited."

  36. "I'm about to get killed a million miles from nowhere, with a gung-ho iguana who tells me to relax."

  37. "I'm not the devil. I just work for him on a contract basis."

  38. "If I didn't know better, I'd say he'd developed an Edifice Complex."

  39. "Impossible" is a word that humans use far too often.

  40. "Is it safe?" "It's perfectly safe.. It's /us/ who are in trouble."

  41. "Is there anything I can get rid of?" "You?"

  42. "It appears.. in my haste to report to the bridge, I neglected to put on my uniform."

  43. "It has incredible inertia!" "Maybe it's just glad to see you."

  44. "It probably just needs a litle WD-40. Peggy, where's the bag with the bathroom stuff?"

  45. "It seems a complicated and unneccessary precursor to the function of procreation."

  46. "It's a harmless little fad." "So was christianity at first."

  47. "It's about ideology." "Of course. What isn't?"

  48. "It's good to be thinking for ourselves again." TV:"You are watching FOX." "We are watching FOX."

  49. "It's OK, this is just stage fire."

  50. "Just because it's written on a bathroom wall doesn't mean it's true." "HE WROTE IT HIMSELF!"

  51. "Knock knock." "Who's there?" "Impatient cow." "Impati.." "MOO!!"

  52. "No doubt you are experiencing a tingling sensation behind your eyes. The chemical is dissolving your optic nerves."

  53. "Oh my god. They perfected cloning?" "No. They're a bitch to clean up when they explode."

  54. "Omega is infinitely complex yet harmonious. To the Borg it represents perfection."

  55. "Says here the internet is the future of business.. We have to be on the internet." [pause] "Why?" "Doesn't say."

  56. "So what do you need the rest of us for?" [pause, glance] "Sorry I asked."

  57. "So, in a way, the Federation owes its existance to the Borg." "You're welcome."

  58. "Stop breathing down my neck!" "My breathing is just a simulation." "So is my neck! Stop it anyway!"

  59. "Take off your clothes." "Seven!" "Don't be alarmed. I won't hurt you."

  60. "That's circular reasoning." "I prefer to think of it as having no loose ends."

  61. "That's cruel." "No. That's diplomacy."

  62. "The control freaks are the problem, not the technology."

  63. "The majority is always sane, Louis."

  64. "The potential for this species goes way beyond urban pacification."

  65. "They must think Romulans are on board!" "THEY'RE RIGHT!"

  66. "They taste like chicken you know." "Yeah?" "Ugly chicken."

  67. "This is not normal therapy!" "You are not a normal person!"

  68. "Trust us. If we treat a knight for a broken arm, that is what he'll die of."

  69. "We don't enforce the law, we just execute company policy."

  70. "We have no interest in seeing world war three. Unless we start it."

  71. "We have to get dates, or you have to kill me."

  72. "We thought we'd come in the traditional way.. through the door." "It's traditional to open it first."

  73. "We won't be invitin' these 'Romulans' to our party, will we?"

  74. "Welcome to life." "Let me off at the corner, please."

  75. "Well, you know what they say. 'It's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all'." "Try it."

  76. "What about love?" "Overrated. Biochemically no different from eating large amounts of chocolate."

  77. "What are you, the nicest guy in the world?" "Yes, yes I am."

  78. "What did *I* do?" "I don't know, but I'm pretty sure *I* didn't tick off the cosmos!"

  79. "What makes your problems bigger than everybody elses?" "They're mine."

  80. "What the hell, you're an omnivore." -- Larry Niven

  81. "When did you get so paranoid?" "When they started plotting against me."

  82. "When in the collective, adapt."

  83. "Where're you from?" "Up."

  84. "Why are you so paranoid, Mulder?" "Oh, I don't know. Maybe it's because I find it hard to trust anybody."

  85. "Why is it you always get formal when you're about to do something stupid?"

  86. "Why me?" "Because you're perfect." "You have a point there."

  87. "Why would you want to keep a weapon of destruction in the house?" "Sentimental reasons?"

  88. "Work is not always required . . . . there is such a thing as sacred idleness, the cultivation of which is now fearfully neglected." - George MacDonald (1824-1905)

  89. "Wow. That's almost pure evil." "You're welcome."

  90. "Yes, but we're talking about a duel of honor." "Screw honor. I want you dead."

  91. "You almost vaporized your living quarters." "They need a good cleaning."

  92. "You can put it down to me being on a power trip if you prefer."

  93. "You ever get that urge, Frank? It begins with looking down from 50 stories up, thinking about the meaninglessness of life, listening to dark voices deep inside you, and you think, `Should I? ... Should I? ... Should I push someone off?'"

  94. "You face me like a brave man, and yet ye obey me. You're too good a man, Starbuck." "I wish I were not."

  95. "You killed him?" "He wasn't responding to diplomacy."

  96. "You never came out and said you had done it!" "Of course not! I didn't have immunity then. I. Do. Now."

  97. "You think you can stop the casual swearing?" "Hell yes."

  98. "You will be assimilated." "No time now! It'll have to wait!"

  99. "You'd shoot a man in the back?" "Well, it's the safest way, isn't it?"

  100. "You're a wacko!" "And I like it."

  101. "You're an extraordinarily paranoid guy. I like that."

  102. "You're kinda new at this cheering-people-up thing, aren't you?"

  103. "You're much more attractive than the average drone."

  104. "You're not really an astrophysicist, are you?" "No, but I teach it at the junior college."

  105. "You've got your good days and your bad days, don't you?" "Yeah." "Which is this?" "Which is this what?"

  106. "Your error, sir. Spaceships in this benighted vicinity may be metal shells with various systems tacked on, but /I/ am an organism. And you are in my intestines."

  107. 'Ski Instructor'? I can do that. It's just like being a math instructor, but with less math and a lot more skiing.

  108. ...and for a brief shining moment, LambdaMOO stopped lagging

  109. ...and I've never ever been a Jedi before...

  110. ...where your dreams turn into large transaction fees overnight...

  111. 1:59:26pm, 14 March.

  112. 21st Century Digital Boy

  113. 3.1: Fucking up your box

  114. ;while(1);lather();rinse();endwhile

  115. @amazon.com

  116. A "No" uttered from deepest conviction is better and greater than a "Yes" merely uttered to please, or what is worse, to avoid trouble. -- Mahatma Ghandi

  117. A child of five could understand this! Fetch me a child of five.

  118. A clean desk is a sign of a cluttered desk drawer.

  119. A conscience does not prevent sin. It only prevents you from enjoying it.

  120. A dead martyr is worth ten posturing leaders.

  121. A small case of mood poisoning. Must be something I hate.

  122. A well-read, educated public is more difficult to lead around by the nose ring.

  123. Absolute Power makes me grouchy

  124. Abusing his wizbit

  125. Act-Utilitarian

  126. Against a man denying principles there is no disputing.

  127. Ah what a piece of work is man. How noble... aw fuckit. Let's have a drink and forget the whole damned thing.

  128. Ah, smooch my big white alien forehead.

  129. All the aesthetic appeal of a Soviet worker housing block.

  130. Almost alive

  131. Almost, but not quite, entirely unlike an earthling

  132. Alpha Male, Beta Tester

  133. Always have the right of way.

  134. Always mess with their heads.

  135. Always something more.

  136. An outlaw is civilly dead.

  137. an unlikely numeric event

  138. And I don't want the world to see me, 'cause I don't think that they'd understand.

  139. And it's me who is my enemy.

  140. And it's me who's too shy / To ask for the thing i love

  141. And meantime the rest of humanity, which is barely clever enough to find its shoes in the morning and keep from annihilating itself in the evening, must muddle along as best it can.

  142. And they have come in against thee, with arms, rider, and wheel, and with an assembly of peoples.

  143. And with his dying breath his father says, "I haven't a fucking clue."

  144. Annoyingly aware of his own mortality.

  145. Any connection between your reality and mine is purely coincidental.

  146. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from a rigged demo.

  147. Anything you still can't cope with is therefore your own problem.

  148. Apart from the unknowns, everything is obvious

  149. Are you even capable of having a normal conversation?

  150. Are you what you are or what?

  151. Aren't you contentious for a minor bipedal species

  152. Around here, to be nuts is normal, to be sane is stupid.

  153. As nightmarishly lethal, memetically programmed death machines go, he's the nicest you could ever hope to meet.

  154. As smart as god, but a lot less nice

  155. At home behind the sun

  156. At least I have a positive attitude about my destructive habits.

  157. Atomic Communist from Mars

  158. Back from outer space

  159. Behold.. the power of cheese.

  160. Being good at being stupid doesn't count.

  161. Being unethical (or ignorant) drives population growth. Population growth is immoral.

  162. Beowulf: "Wiglaf, I'm dying. See that my funeral pyre fits my greatness." Wiglaf: "Ok."

  163. Best when eaten.

  164. Beta?!? This crap barely RUNS!

  165. Beware of Programmers who carry screwdrivers.

  166. Beware of yourself, old man.


  168. Borg do not sit.

  169. Both speech and silence transgress.

  170. Bow down before the one you serve.

  171. By assimilating other beings into our collective, we are bringing them closer to perfection.

  172. Cancer cures smoking.

  173. Careless chemistry

  174. Cause of death: "He died."

  175. Chaos is Choreography

  176. Clumsy when slow.

  177. Comparing information and knowledge is like asking whether the fatness of a pig is more or less green than the designated hitter rule. -- David Guaspari

  178. Computing in Primordial Darkness.

  179. Conflagration wants to be free.

  180. Conflicting Interests

  181. Consequentialist

  182. Copyright is irrelevant. You will be pirated.

  183. Datavore

  184. Death is irrelevant

  185. Democracy: Two wolves and a sheep voting on what's for dinner.

  186. Democrats are far too conservative.

  187. Designing the Future while others Live in the Past.

  188. Despite the high cost of living, it remains popular.

  189. dichotomous

  190. Did you rescue, also, that charming product of your skill, the automaton chess-player that murdered its inventor?

  191. Disturbing the Universe

  192. Do not engage us in further irrelevant discourse.

  193. Do not lightly meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup.

  194. Do you think people always had computers? Didn't you ever hear of cavemen?

  195. Doctor: 'Medical Man', from the latin for 'to overcharge'

  196. dodecahedral solid in an octohedral spacial region.

  197. Don't be nervous, or we'll execute you on the spot.

  198. Don't believe everything you hear or anything you say.

  199. Don't blame the Machine. Blame the User.

  200. Don't give me that input, you "Resource".

  201. Don't panic. It's counterproductive.

  202. Don't think 'cause I understand, I care.

  203. Don't trust anything that bleeds for five days and doesn't die.

  204. Downloading communism

  205. dramatically spliting infinitives

  206. Dualist to the end.

  207. Each of you is entitled to my opinion, and I will fight to the death your right to agree with it!

  208. Earth is full. Go home.

  209. Either I've become impervious to antimatter explosions, or we're still dreaming.

  210. Elitist Technology Bigot

  211. Emotion is irrelevant. It is not our nature.

  212. Enforcing Sanctions.

  213. especially handy during time-reversals

  214. Everyone belongs to everybody else.

  215. Everything you know is wrong.

  216. Evil? Sure. But damnit, it feels good.

  217. Expecting the world to treat you fairly because you are good is like expecting the bull not to charge because you are a vegetarian.

  218. experiencing an Accidental Murphy Failure

  219. extremely rare and very unstable

  220. First Mir, THEN THE WORLD!

  221. First we'll analyze your inferiority complex through word association. The first word: morphophonemics.

  222. Fish, Plankton, Sea Greens and Protein From The Sea Fresh As Harvest Day

  223. Fit the hole to the peg, not the peg to the hole.

  224. for the good of the code

  225. Ford, I've had a fucking bad night! Would you please try to take that into account when you decide what badger-spittingly inconsequential piece of trivia to assail me with next?!?

  226. Free will.. it is a bitch.

  227. Freedom is not given. But there are times when it must be taken.

  228. From the heart of hell, I stab at thee.

  229. fully functional

  230. Furiosi nulla voluntas est

  231. Gamma rays don't do much to code.

  232. Geek is Good

  233. Get to the point.

  234. Give it a few months. You'll get used to it. Or you'll have a psychotic episode.

  235. Give us the technology.

  236. Go cower in a computer matrix. I'll work alone.

  237. God is a redips.

  238. Godless socialist

  239. Good God, man! You're a woman!

  240. Good, Fast, Cheap. Pick any two. You can't have all three.

  241. Got Filk?

  242. Got root?

  243. gratefully slurping from the hollywood slop bucket

  244. Gravity Sucks.

  245. Great Chieftain of the Pudding Race

  246. Great. She's a toaster oven. Can we leave now?

  247. Greater than the sum of his subroutines.

  248. Guilt is irrelevant.

  249. Happy Fun Ball may stick to certain types of skin.

  250. Hard as it may be for you, think for a moment..

  251. Harmful if spread

  252. Harmful if swallowed with massive quantities of vodka.

  253. Have you earned your air today?

  254. He is free from fault who knows but cannot prevent.

  255. He was senseless before I beat him.

  256. He who is bound to obey is in no fault.

  257. He will join us or die.

  258. Hello, meat. How's it going?

  259. Hey, Leave the pessimism to me, OK?

  260. High idea content

  261. Hofstadter's Law: It always takes longer than you expect, even when you take into account Hofstadter's Law.

  262. How do I undo the damage I have done?

  263. How do you tell when you run out of invisible ink?

  264. How many times do I have to say it? Please do not shoot the nuclear weapons.

  265. How peaceful life would be without love, Adso.

  266. However inexhaustible the passions, I vow to extinguish them all.

  267. However innumerable sentient beings, I vow to save them all.

  268. Humor! I love it! Whee!

  269. I /HATE/ cannonballs.

  270. I am logged in, therefore I am.

  271. I am not a brooding psychopath. I /never/ brood.

  272. I am the beginning. The end. The one who is many. I am the Borg.

  273. I believe someone has failed to terminate my program.

  274. I can alleviate your ignorance. As for your fear..

  275. I can resist anything but temptation.

  276. I can't figure out if you're ignorant or just stupid.

  277. I can't go on! You two go ahead! And carry me with you!

  278. I cannot save you. I can't even save myself.

  279. I contain a Multitude.

  280. I could be bounded in a walnut shell, and count myself a king of infinite space, were it not that I have bad dreams.

  281. I didn't call her mad! I merely asked if she was! And I repeat the question.

  282. I don't know what your problem is, but I'll bet it's hard to pronounce.

  283. I don't think I'd be so bored if I didn't have so much to do.

  284. I guess two hundred years of erasing all traces of other species can mellow a fellow out.

  285. I had a clue / now it's gone forever

  286. I have nothing to show for my life except a sagging waistline and a roommate who thinks lint is a delicacy.

  287. I have plenty of talent and vision. I just don't give a damn.

  288. I have too much blood in my caffeine system

  289. I killed the president of Paraguay with a fork. How have you been?

  290. I know my biology; it's your biology I don't know.

  291. I know you're tellin the truth because you're a psychotic bastard.

  292. I like what I like. Whatever.

  293. I like you. You remind me of when I was young and stupid.

  294. I liked him better before he died.

  295. I love seeing humanity destroyed as much as the next alien...

  296. I own the place. Shut up.

  297. I prefer to burn my own bridges, not have them burned for me.

  298. I rebuilt civilization from the shattered aftermath of a cometary impact and all I got was this lousy .alert_msg.

  299. I say we leave him and deactivate ourselves.

  300. I speak for the Borg.

  301. I theenk I need a beeger bowx.

  302. I used to have an open mind but my brains kept falling out.

  303. I want more than a touch, I want you to reach me.

  304. I want too much.

  305. I was drifting, rudderless, like some kind of rudderless drifting thing.

  306. I was not elected to watch my people suffer and die while you discuss this invasion in a committee.

  307. I was saving the ship from destruction when you were just a gleam in your programmer's eye!

  308. I will fret about this in sequels.

  309. I wish the real world would just stop hassling me.

  310. I'd blow your head off if someone paid me enough.

  311. I'll ignore that because you have a gun.

  312. I'll try being nicer if you'll try being smarter.

  313. I'm a genius, not an engineer.

  314. I'm a wizard. That's my business.

  315. I'm already visualizing the duct tape over your mouth.

  316. I'm an engineer, not a normal person.

  317. I'm cute, but I scare him.

  318. I'm fifty-thousand times more intelligent than you and even /I/ don't know the answer.

  319. I'm going to hang myself as soon as I'm sober.

  320. I'm here for being crazy. Not stupid.

  321. I'm not a lawyer, but I play one on-MOO.

  322. I'm not a wizard, but I play one on the internet.

  323. I'm not being rude. You're just insignificant.

  324. I'm not depressed. I'm just quiet.

  325. I'm not getting you down at all, am I?

  326. I'm only the chief medical officer. What do /I/ know?

  327. I'm out of my mind, but feel free to leave a message...

  328. I'm really easy to get along with once you learn to worship me.

  329. I'm starting to be insulted.

  330. I've got a flair for quadrupeds.

  331. I've noticed that honesty doesn't mix well with anything.

  332. I, on the other hand, have no life.

  333. If Happy Fun Ball begins to smoke, get away immediately. Seek shelter and cover head.

  334. If I could move my limbs, I would hurt you.

  335. If I want your opinion, I'll read your entrails.

  336. If the #2 pencil is so popular, why is it still #2?

  337. If voting could really change things, it would be illegal.

  338. If we violate the laws of physics, will we be punished?

  339. If we're not supposed to eat animals, how come they're made of meat?

  340. If you can't surf with the Big Dogs, Stay off the Net.

  341. If you knew what you were doing, you'd be bored.

  342. If you make people think they're thinking, they'll love you; but if you really make them think, they'll hate you.

  343. If you wanted to spend the whole day feeling miserable and not accomplishing anything, you'd go to work.

  344. Immortal (but dead)

  345. impossibly smug and self-righteous

  346. In Me They Trust

  347. In protocol design, perfection has been reached not when there is nothing left to add, but when there is nothing left to take away.

  348. Information is Power

  349. Ingredients of Happy Fun Ball include an unknown glowing substance which fell to Earth, presumably from outer space.

  350. Intention is the soul of an instrument.

  351. Intruder on Level One. All aliens proceed to Level One.

  352. Intuition is a human falacy.

  353. Irony? I don't think the Delta's will get it, do you?

  354. Irrelevant. Your appeal to my humanity is pointless.

  355. Is a difference that makes no difference really a difference?

  356. it doesn't mean much / it doesn't mean anything at all

  357. It gets lighter as you get rid of the bullets

  358. It gives me a headache just trying to think down to your level.

  359. It is necessary for the welfare of society that genius should be privileged to utter sedition, to blaspheme, to outrage good taste, to corrupt the youthful mind, and generally to scandalize one's uncles. -- George Bernard Shaw

  360. It is offensive. Fortunately, taste is irrelevant.

  361. It is the business of the future to be dangerous.

  362. It is useless to resist.

  363. It isn't a matter of hate. It is a biological obligation.

  364. It might look like I'm doing nothing, but at the cellular level I'm really quite busy.

  365. It so happens that your friend here is only MOSTLY dead.

  366. It will take the entire afternoon to fail at this task.

  367. It's a thankless job, but I've got a lot of Karma to burn off.

  368. It's against our policy to kill employees and replace them with low-paid impersonators, but I wanted you to know it's feasible.

  369. It's all fun and games until someone loses an eye.... then they call it a sport.

  370. It's cute, and green. And unusual.

  371. It's easier not to be wise...

  372. It's easier to believe in this sweet madness, this glorious sadness that brings me to my knees.

  373. It's enough to make me want to start wearing pants.

  374. It's hard to interpret the emotions of something that looks like a small leafless bush.

  375. It's hard to make a comeback when you haven't been anywhere.

  376. It's kinda like waiting at the post office.. 'cept you don't get to lick anything.

  377. It's like trying to sneak up on a black hole.

  378. It's nice to see everybody here.. I mean.. we all work together.. eat together.. and now we're at a party together.... I have to get a life.

  379. It's not a fantasy to assume you control the world if you do.

  380. It's not a superiority complex. It's a fact.

  381. It's not the inches. It's the resolution.

  382. It's ok. I know almost exactly what I'm doing.

  383. It's one thing to challenge conventional wisdom, but it's quite another to line conventional wisdom up against the wall and pump it full of lead.

  384. It's so gratifying to leave you wallowing in the mess you've made for yourselves. You're screwed. Goodbye.

  385. It's too complex to be a bomb.

  386. It's too late to say you're sorry. How would I know? Why should I care?

  387. It's your right to be stupid, but it doesn't mean you should be.

  388. Java Pielet. Throw Once, Hit Everywhere.

  389. Jealous and Crabby, as goblins are wont to be.

  390. Just think of me as somebody who doesn't like you very much.

  391. Kills when happy.

  392. Let's just say I... added something to my program.

  393. Liberty is preserved by 4 boxes: soap, ballot, jury, and cartridge. Use in that order.

  394. Life is short. I'm not sure about the sweet part.

  395. Life may have no meaning -- or even worse, it may have a meaning of which I disapprove.

  396. Life's short. MOO hard.

  397. Like Big Brother.. only smaller.

  398. Like E equals MC little two?

  399. Like the infamous cockroaches of Mir II

  400. Living, presumed immortal

  401. Logic this, you pointy-eared bastard!

  402. Long-Haired Alien Freak

  403. Lying is an excellent way to preserve resources.

  404. Made from 100% recycled virtual particles.

  405. Madness is like sanity, only different.

  406. Makes you wonder how our species survived the twenty-first century.

  407. Mars has no swamps

  408. Mars University: Knowledge Brings Fear

  409. Maturity is a phase, but adolescence is forever.

  410. Memory is a horrible thing.

  411. Midgard Systems: Solving the Blinking-Twelve problem one genre at a time.

  412. MidgardMOO => I'm mad or god

  413. Mind what you have learned. Save you it can.

  414. Missing, presumed idle.

  415. Mommy, what were trees like?

  416. Monogamy seems to be "genetically superior" the same way slaver sunflowers are.

  417. More Humane than Human

  418. more than just a little misunderstood

  419. My advice: figure out what you want to do, then find a book that says it's ok.

  420. My hovercraft is full of eels

  421. My opinions may have changed, but not the fact that I am right.

  422. My other computer is a 4000 node Beowulf cluster.

  423. My planet can beat up your planet.

  424. My race did not take over the Earth. I just work here.

  425. Necks snap. Bones break. Bodies fly. Kyrians die. Assimilation tubules get jammed into alarmed necks.

  426. Never apologize for being right.

  427. Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by bureaucracy.

  428. Never put off until tomorrow what you can put off for a week.

  429. Never screw anything whose genetic structure you are not absolutely comfortable with.

  430. Never underestimate the stupidity of a human.

  431. Nice guys.. but absolutely clueless.

  432. No Brain, No Gain.

  433. No man deserves punishment for a thought.

  434. No matter how fast light travels, it finds the darkness has always got there first and is waiting for it.

  435. No one is perfect, but some of us are closer than others.

  436. No person can confirm a right before the right shall come to him.

  437. No Vacancy

  438. No valid conclusion as to the use of a thing can be drawn from its abuse.

  439. No, it's Darwinian. The smartest ones get to breed.

  440. NOMEME | Non-Official Meme Emergency Management Experts

  441. Non-Sequitur. Your facts are uncoordinated.

  442. Not all ticks are created equal

  443. Not even computers will replace committees, because committees buy computers. -- Marshall McLuhan

  444. Now once more to the dungeon of my black despair / down we plunge to the prison of my mind / down that path into darkness deep as hell.

  445. Now the light commands. This is my home.

  446. o/~ That ain't workin' / That's the way you do it. / Hardware for nothin' / And your source for free. o/~

  447. OH SURE. It's /ALWAYS/ the alien's fault.

  448. Oh yeah, they're cute until they decide to nest in your intestines.

  449. Ok. We're gods. Now what?

  450. Once you start down the dark path, forever will it dominate your destiny. Consume you it will.

  451. One of the great things about being a journalist is that, under the pretext of work, you can just call people up and ask them questions.

  452. Our survival is your survival.

  453. Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional.

  454. Pain is just God's way of hurting you.

  455. Particle Zero-One-Zero. It is perfection. All drones know of its existence.

  456. People who try end up a) going crazy, b) giving up, c) forming crackpot theories, or d) becoming high-paid chaos theory consultants.

  457. Persistance in all things.

  458. Personally, I would say that's stupid.

  459. Please state the nature of the programming emergency.

  460. plugging in the almighty

  461. Poetic license, minimal sanity, and a wizbit.

  462. Point, and having pointed, pounce!

  463. Polite? Why it is merely the truth and truth is good manners.


  465. Probe the continuum. Has our target event been achieved?

  466. Product of LambdaMOO(tm)

  467. Programming God

  468. Promiscuity is a citizen's duty.

  469. Protect the Paradigm.

  470. Psychicly, I'm very well-endowed.

  471. Real programmers DO eat quiche.

  472. Remember Kids, Happy Fun Ball is still legal in 16 states!

  473. Reports of my assimilation have been greatly exaggerated.

  474. Resistance is Futile.

  475. resplendent in his black jeweled battle shorts

  476. Rule of Aquisition #190: Hear everything, Trust nothing.

  477. running out of 1s.

  478. Sadness is an illusion. Only happiness is real.

  479. Safe, until proven Toxic.

  480. Save the planet. Kill yourself.

  481. Selah

  482. Shaken, not stirred.

  483. Share and Enjoy

  484. Sixty-two thousand four hundred repetitions make one truth.

  485. So smart he can't remember what he knows.

  486. SO wrong.

  487. Solving his problems with a chainsaw

  488. Some assimilation required. Resistance is futile.

  489. Some must be students. Otherwise there could be no teachers. Who wants to live in such a world?

  490. Some people couldn't take a hint if you dropped it on their head.

  491. Sometimes I think everyone on this ship has been posessed by alien hormones.

  492. Soundbytes aren't Sworn Testimony

  493. Soylent Green. Made from the best stuff on earth.

  494. space carnivore

  495. Spotted Owl, It's what's for Dinner.

  496. Stalk the web. Browsing is for herbivores.

  497. Stark Raving Mad and Smarter Than Everyone Else

  498. Still hung up on that whole failure-to-attain-your-life-goal-because-I'm-a-big-fat-loser thing, eh?

  499. still trying to learn those wacky 'social skills' things

  500. Stop thinking like a breeder!

  501. struggling mightily to stop his eyebrows from heckling the captain

  502. Stuck in memetic flypaper

  503. Stupidity is a luxury.

  504. Stupidity is the worst enemy of freedom.

  505. Suddenly, the odds of finding my way home by aimlessly wandering in space improved.

  506. Tact is irrelevant. You will be informed.

  507. Take everything in stride. Trample anyone who gets in your way.

  508. Talk not to me of blasphemy, man; I'd strike the sun if it insulted me.

  509. Talking Meat

  510. Technocrat

  511. Technology "Have"

  512. Technology is neither good, nor bad, nor neutral.

  513. Tell me and I forget. Show me and I remember. Let me do and I understand. - Confucius

  514. Thank you for not breeding.

  515. Thank you, Pinky. That was bordering on coherence.

  516. That information is on my web page. Shoo, Shoo.

  517. That's easy for you to say, YOU'RE not facing cybernetic oblivion.

  518. The best lack all conviction, while the worst are filled with passionate intensity.

  519. The body politic is now so vast, so industrialized, that it can speak only in the way subatomic particles do: through statistics that nobody even pretends represent a fixed reality. - Suck 5/5/98

  520. The Borg Collective is like a force of nature. You don't feel anger toward a storm on the horizon. You just avoid it.

  521. The Borg have prevailed.

  522. The captain has turned on the No Idiots sign. Please refrain from speaking.

  523. The check-in desk just got fundamentally fed up with being where it was.

  524. The Customer is Always Stupid.

  525. The distance between insanity and genius is measured only by success.

  526. The dragon got Beowulf in the end.

  527. The fact that no one understands you doesn't mean you're an artist.

  528. The first rule of government spending: Why build one, when you can have 2 at twice the price?

  529. The Gift of Madness is Genius

  530. The gods knock me down. But I am up again. And now they take to their heels and they run, hiding from me!

  531. The horse is never dead.

  532. The last man on earth sat in a room. There was a knock at the door...

  533. The last man on earth sat in a room. There was a lock on the door...

  534. The Little Black Hole That Could... does.

  535. The lizards are the leaders.

  536. The moral of the story is: appreciate what you've got, 'cause basicly I'm wonderful.

  537. The more you know, the less you understand.

  538. The only imperative is to ensure our collective sentience. The survival of an individual is unimportant in comparison.

  539. The only winning move is not to play.

  540. The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.

  541. The power to confer or withhold unlimited benefit is the power to coerce or destroy.

  542. The Price of Genius is Madness

  543. The proof lies upon him who affirms, not upon him who denies.

  544. The question is not 'if'. The question is 'when'.

  545. The real world is a nasty place full of architecture dependence, local peculiarities, and strange physical devices like mice, trackballs, and '69 Buicks.

  546. The rest still sleep, but you know COBOL..

  547. The universe does not have laws -- it has habits, and habits can be broken.

  548. The Village IS the Idiot.

  549. The way we affect other people is all we leave. It's the message we send forward into the future. I think once you know what that message is, what you want to say, then you know how to behave.

  550. The Web is not about commerce. The Web is about communication.

  551. The world is coming to an end. Please log off.

  552. The yelling will cease or the killing will commence.

  553. Their resistance quotient is quite low.

  554. There are lots of other nice girls in the universe. With or without spots.

  555. There is no one here by that name.

  556. There is no subjugation so perfect as that which keeps the appearance of freedom, for in that way one captures volition itself.

  557. There is one rule: fight or die. There is one law: Resist or serve.

  558. There's a dead man on the floor of my bedroom, and it's only a matter of time before he starts stinking the place up.

  559. There's only one thing we /can/ do Pinky: Try to take over the moon.

  560. They said that he was, of the kings in this world, the kindest to his men, the most courteous man, the best to his people, and most eager for fame.

  561. They were unworthy of assimilation.

  562. They won't make it home but they really don't care.

  563. Think of all the trouble we could have saved if we'd just thrown fruit at him to begin with.

  564. Think of it as evolution in action.

  565. Think or Die.

  566. Think psychotic.

  567. Think Thneed

  568. Thinking Meat

  569. This alliance is terminated. Your ship and its crew will adapt to service us.

  570. This body was assimilated 18 years ago. It ceased to be human at that time.

  571. This is the voice of world control.

  572. This may be something only Puppeteers can prove.

  573. This nanosecond's 'alternative' is next nanosecond's mainstream capitalist pig-fodder.

  574. This official policy is called 'Pacification by Force'.

  575. This page best viewed with your eyes closed.

  576. This was only a test; if this had been a real emergency, you'd be dead.

  577. Those consenting and those perpetrating are embraced in the same punishment.

  578. Tif 3 hsfbu wjsuvft pg b qsphsbnnfs: Lbzjoftt, Inqbujfodf, Hvcsjt -- Lbssz Wbmm

  579. To assimilate him would be redundant.

  580. To consider the Earth as the only populated world in infinite space is as absurd as to assert that in an entire field sown with millet only one grain will grow.

  581. To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism; to steal from many is research.

  582. To use a human term, the Borg are 'immortal'.

  583. Today is the tomorrow you worried about yesterday.

  584. Transmitido en Martian en SAP

  585. Trapped in the prison of his own flesh

  586. Trust your technolust.

  587. Trying to make sense of him is futile.

  588. Turn on, Tune in, Take over

  589. Two for me. None for you.

  590. uberdrone

  591. Uncertainty is something we have tried very hard to eradicate.

  592. Universe, noun: The Problem.

  593. Unorthodoxy threatens society.

  594. Use of @copy is discouraged. Please do not use @copy if you don't know what you're doing. Use @copy carefully, and only when you can remember to make the customizations neccessary.

  595. user unfriendly

  596. vaguely unfulfilled

  597. Venture Communist

  598. Versatile, Intelligent, Sticky.

  599. Violence is the last refuge of the incompetent.


  601. War is much more fun when you're winning.

  602. Warning: This object has an illegal number of aliases.

  603. Warp speed it your damn self!

  604. We all need complete, round, funny lives.

  605. We are Borg.

  606. We are shaped by our environment

  607. We do what we must.

  608. We dug up the proof we needed, waited for the ink to dry, and used it.

  609. We interupt this program.. BECAUSE WE CAN.

  610. We Must'n't scorn them or shun them, but use them to take over the world.

  611. We need nothing from you. We are Borg.

  612. We shape clay into a pot, but it is the emptiness inside that holds whatever we want.

  613. We stopped when we got a clean compile on the following syntax: for(;P("\n"),R-;P("|"))for(e=C;e-;P("_"+(*u++/8)%2))P("|"+(*u/4) %2);

  614. We succeed as a country because we're willing to fail as a society.

  615. We will add your biological and technological distinctiveness to our own.

  616. We're sorry. The number you have dialed is an integer representation of a transfinite number. An infinite connect fee would be required to complete your call.

  617. Weird thing about owning your own country tho.. gotta name it.

  618. What after school special did you fall out of?

  619. What do you mean 'we', mammal?

  620. What do you want to know today?

  621. What doesn't kill us often has a good chance of making us wish it had.

  622. What good is power if you're not willing to use it?

  623. What happens if you get scared half to death twice?

  624. What have we done?

  625. What I want is what I've not got

  626. What if all these fantasies come flaming to the ground?

  627. What's mine is mine. And what's yours is mine too.

  628. What's the point of having a democracy if everybody votes wrong?!?

  629. When everything's made to be broken, I just want you to know who I am.

  630. When faced with desperate circumstances, we must adapt.

  631. When life hands you lemons, viciously pelt your enemies with lemony terror until they cower, whimpering in submission.

  632. When the affection IS the entertainment, we no longer call it dating.

  633. When the individual feels, the community reels.

  634. When the rooster's raisin' hell, he's sure as heck been in the henhouse.

  635. When the student is ready, the Master appears.

  636. When you have no basis for an argument, abuse the plantiff.

  637. When you meet a master swordsman, show him your sword. When you meet a man who is not a poet, do not show him your poem.

  638. When, Where, What, Who, How, Why. In order of increasing importance.

  639. Who is all-powerful should fear everything.

  640. Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of code?

  641. Whom the gods notice, they destroy.

  642. Why do I get the feeling I've eaten Tree of Life recently?

  643. Why Does The Pretty Music Make My Head Hurt?

  644. Why should I grow up? This is more fun!

  645. Will keep your cat off your keyboard for room and board.

  646. Will we burn in heaven, like we do down here?

  647. With 35 billion dollars.. laws get enforced.

  648. with convenient blinking lights

  649. With Genius Comes Madness.

  650. With sufficient thrust, pigs fly just fine.

  651. Words are merely a representation of the symbols of thought.

  652. Words should be our servants, not our masters.

  653. Work Earn Buy

  654. Would you rather be right or have peace?

  655. Yeah, but they're lying.

  656. Yep, that's a bleeping dead alien.

  657. Yes, I am an agent of Satan, but my duties are largely ceremonial.

  658. You are an individual. You are small. You cannot imagine what it is to be Borg.

  659. You are erratic, conflicted, disorganized. Every decision is debated, every action questioned. Every individual entitled to their own small opinion. You lack harmony, cohesion, greatness. It will be your undoing.

  660. You are individuals. You are small and you think in small terms.

  661. You are validating my inherent mistrust of strangers.

  662. You can get much farther with a kind word and a gun than you can with a kind word alone.

  663. You can't create a monster and then whine when he steps on a few buildings!

  664. You cannot achieve the impossible without attempting the absurd.

  665. You do NOT have a god given right to breed like rabbits.

  666. You don't have bad luck. The reason bad things happen to you is because you are a dumb-ass.

  667. You have just entered MartianLand. Please show your passport and leave the oxygen alone.

  668. You just returned from the dead. Go easy on yourself.

  669. You know, for a hideous freak, you're OK.

  670. You know, you really should keep a personal log. No need to bore others needlessly.

  671. You Must Comply.

  672. You must unlearn what you have learned.

  673. You possess a mind not merely twisted, but actually sprained.

  674. You should have thought of that before I forged your confession.

  675. You sound reasonable... Time to up my medication.

  676. You spend your entire life stuck inside a biological cage.

  677. You will be assimilated.

  678. You will make an excellent drone.

  679. You're one microscopic cog in his catastrophic plan

  680. You're so spherical.

  681. You've got more computing power than existed on the planet until 1972 sitting right there on your desk, and what do you use it for? Storing recipies. A job formerly accomplished by a box.

  682. You've seen one cybernetically-enhanced species, you've seen them all.

  683. Your attention please: Nonhuman presence detected.

  684. Your cerebrospinal fluid is running a few quarts low.

  685. Your life, as it has been, is over.

  686. Your maximum speed is that of your slowest pipe.

  687. Your mind is not your own.

  688. Your mother would know. Too bad she's dead.