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"Suck it, everyone."
        -- Emily to...everyone at Connect-Four-Pong (July 2022).

"How was the dump this morning, Gavin?"
        -- TMI or just someone who saw Gavin arriving while they left the
           Recycling and Solid Waste Center?  (August 2022)

"I don't want to open up a can of...pandora's box."
        -- While it was just a thought shift mid-sentence, I think it's
           a good turn of phrase.  Claude Roux (September 2022)

I've decided that once I finish this bunch  I'm not planting more 
till spring (other than the hundreds of bulbs that I ordered [...]).
        -- Shoshe is a Master Gardener; to her, planting a few hundred
           bulbs barely even merits mentioning.  (October 2022).

"I love how Alan's corrections are incorrections."
        -- Emily describes how Alan interrupts a story telling (October 2022).

"Your cowering blocked my lane."
        -- While on D in ultimate, I heard footsteps rapidly closing, didn't 
           see where, and wanted to avoid a collision.  To be fair, it was a 
           true statement and Ray said it without malice (October 2022).

"The power in New Orleans is as dirty as the water is....and the politics."
        -- Daryl isn't only dealing with flickering lights (October 2022).

"It's one of my biggest joys in life."
  "And one of my biggest pet peeves."
        -- Ray and Emily have diametrically opposed opinions on the 
           topic of falling alseep on the couch (November 2022).

Alan: "He hit my dick!" 
Allison: "Hypocrits get hit in the dick." 
Alan: "This is not Duck Hunt!"
Kenji: "This is not Duck Hunt.  This is Dick Hunt." 
Nerf guns + Connect Four sounded like a great game.  
And it was, for everyone except Alan  (December 2022).

I think the worst of the travel issues will be today because 
it will switch from rain to snow very rapidly and it will be 
a lot of black guys.
        -- Email from a smartphone text-to-speech translation, which took
           some work recognizing "black ice".  I think that's as far as I 
           can go, humor-wise, with this one (December 2022).

I'm not going to brag too much but I was kind of a child prodigy at 
being able to distinguish solids from liquids.
        -- Sue describes her skills at discerning cat pee from cat treats
           in a cat carrier, despite an owner's doubts (January 2023).

"You missed the part where I was harrassing Ray."
  "I'm OK with it."
"We know."
        -- Ashley catches Emily up to what she missed while away from
           the table at Chilis after a pickup game (January 2023).

"Any dog can be a puppy if you love it enough."
        -- Garret (February 2023).

"Frank, you are more drunk than Korea right now."
        -- It's rare to hear an Irishman tell someone that they have had
           enough beer. Not me, and meant all of Korea (March 2023, 12:56am).


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I used to have a few quotes on my home page when I worked at DRI.
Quotes from my DRI home page.

Back before the web, people had .plan files which were visible by others on the same system or on different systems, before security concerns caused people to block remote requets from the finger program. I usually had one or two quotes in my file.

Highlights from my .plan file from OSU (1995 and earlier).

The Archives

A collection of stuff that I've had for the last few decades (circa 1995-1999). Some are quotes from songs, some are amusing quips, some are collections of quotes on a topic or just random, some from friends, some from strangers.
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This page last modified Jan 25, 2023.
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