Thursday, January 18, 2007

Firefly - Lessons Learned

Things I have learned from Firefly...

If someone tries to kill you, you try to kill 'em right back.

Steal from the rich... sell to the poor.

The human body can be drained of blood in 8.6 seconds given adequate vacuuming systems.

Nothing buys bygones quicker than cash.

There are some things not to be mistaken for suggestions.

Be respectful of other people's cultures. Some people juggle geese.

Morbid and creepifying is OK, long as it's quiet-like.

That nothin' into nothin'...carry the nothin'... is nothin'.

A Stegosaurus and a T-Rex can never be friends.

Betrayl is sudden but inevitable.

To take that end of the stick, and take it. And that's somethin'.

If you dress yourself up, you get taken out somewhere fun. Even if you are a gun named Vera.

That how you get there is the worthier part.

There's nothin' more deceivin' than a low-down dirty...deceiver.

That when you arrive just in the nick of time, that makes you a Big Damn Hero.

That you should never hit a man with a closed fist. But it is, on occasion, hilarious.

That sanguine means both hopeful and bloody.

They don't like it when you shoot at them.

That the losing side of a conflict is not necessarily the wrong one.

That sometimes a thing gets broken and can't be fixed.

The small concealable weapons always go to the far left of the place setting.

That one goes into the house of eleven eleven times, but always comes out one.

There is a special level of Hell reserved for child molesters and people who talk at the theatre.

If you can't do somethin' smart, do somethin' right.

Even at the corner of "no" and "where" you are rarely as alone as you think you are.

Sometimes the voices in your head are right.

If you're still flying, it's enough.

Famous, out-