Favorite Quotes

"We believed that by arguing about things you would always eventually reach the truth. This had the added benefit of preventing any one of us from drifting off in some way, or deluding ourselves into believing something that wasn't real."

    —Joseph McMoneagle, The Stargate Chronicles p. 137 (2002)

"KEEP YOUR IMAGINATION UNDER CONTROL. You must sometimes correct it, sometimes assist it, for it is all important for our happiness and balances reason. The imagination can tyrannize, not being content with looking on, but influences and even often dominates our lives. ... For some people, it continually holds up the penalties of action and becomes the mortifying lash of fools. For others, the imagination promises happiness and adventure with blissful delusion. It can do all this unless you lord over it with the most Prudent self-control."

    —Baltasar Gracían, The Art of Worldly Wisdom

When we make [the hurdle] artificially low, by selective interpretation of data and data selection, we run the risk of spreading lies about the universe, not to mention lies about remote viewing. I look at the people building underground homes in fear of the solar flare, and worrying about safe havens when the Hale-Bopp canister explodes, and I am awed at the power which our words, as remote viewers, are given. I have had people email me their concerns that their loved ones live in New York, and they are afraid for their safety when the nuclear bomb strikes. I wonder how many people there are whom I have not heard from that are making plans, moving, and getting into arguments with loved ones, all based on the results of remote viewing data that are not only misunderstood, but basically flawed.

    —Prudence C. Calabrese, Musings on the Esoterica, Part 1: My True Confessions--
      An Objective Eye Turned Toward the Past
(Feb. 1998)

"A nuclear bomb in New York? Hey, wait a minute! What about that drawing of an aircraft swerving into a skyscraper, Pru? The one you claimed to have drawn in 1997? Which is it? A nuclear bomb strikes NYC or an aircraft-turned-missile strikes NYC? Make up your damned mind!

    —The PruMeister

"The e-mail message that I received from Calabrese back on June 13 read: "Darn. So much for redecorating my bomb shelter... OK, guys and girls, the results are IN! And the professional data indicates a high probability that Bush is going to carry the election with no bombs or ecological monstrosities in the background (other than the usual stuff going on in the world)."

    —Silke Tudor, The View From Here. In the Cold War, the U.S. and the U.S.S.R.
      saw 'remote viewing' as a weapon. What about now?, in sfweekly.com (Dec. 6, 2000).

"It's deja Pru all over again."

    —The PruMeister

"On a hot summer night in a Berkeley basement, eight men and women ... tasted Bill Clinton's penis. In fact, I taught them how. ... They[ ] caressed his presidential scrotum [and] became the ultimate voyeurs. ... They didn't know that I sent them to view the most salacious scandal of the Clinton Presidency ... . One of my students ... was a medical doctor and she was hoping to use these new techniques to diagnose difficult cases in her practice. ... Her hands worked the air as if she was masturbating an invisible presidential member. ... '[T]aste it,' I said. ... [E]ach student ... kissed c**k and licked sweat and semen."

    —Prudence Calabrese, Tastes Like Chicken (2002) (emphasis added).

"Ms. Calabrese is a wonderful exemplar for trickster theory. Lowering of sexual inhibitions and violation of sexual taboos is part of the trickster archetype. Her public visibility makes her especially effective in tainting the field and assuring its continued marginality."

    —George P. Hansen, quoted in FBI: Fortean Bureau of Investigation: 53. The Trickster
      by Mark Pilkington, Fortean Times (U.S. edition), FT175, Nov. 2003, pp. 40-41.

"I remember the Greydude: Bathroom Enlightenment Guide PDF from Prudence Calabrese. She said the alien in her bathroom told her the moon was a Disrupter Ship occupied by rebel aliens here to counteract the DNA intervention of the Bobites."

    —Post by "Choking Hawk" on cloud-busters.com forum (March 31, 2003)

"You are at a critical time. It can go either way right now. I can't tell you what to do.....just don't blow it. Or do. I don't know."

    —Pru Calabrese (pseudonym "MissLadyJane") giving free psychic advice
      to one of the miscreants at the We Hate Everyone Forum.

"Against the assault of Laughter, nothing can stand."

    —Mark Twain, The Chronicle of Young Satan, Mysterious Stranger Manuscripts

"The power of accurate observation is frequently called cynicism by those who don't have it."

    —George Bernard Shaw

"In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun and—SNAP! The job's a game."

    —Mary Poppins

"We're rascals, scoundrels, villains, and knaves,
Drink up, me 'earties. Yo ho!
We're devils and black sheep, really bad eggs,
Drink up, me 'earties. Yo ho!
Yo ho! Yo ho! A pirate's life for me."

    —Xavier Atencio, Yo Ho! Yo Ho! (A Pirate's Life for Me)

"When you've got a job to do, you gotta do it well. You've got to give the other fellow HELL!"

    —Paul McCartney, Live and Let Die

"Publicity is justly commended as a remedy for social and industrial diseases. Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants; electric light the most efficient policeman."

    —Justice Louis Brandeis (1913)

"I-I-I don't know about this, fellas. My parents are gonna be really mad!"

    —"Butters," South Park

"Don't worry about integrity. This is the internet, anything goes."

    —Maddox, How to Become an Obnoxious Internet Cam Whore in Five Easy Steps

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