I was concerned, son! Yeah, I understand that. I understand that now. Very concerned. Why? 'Cause you know why. Tell me. You know! Come on, dad. Come on, harder! Come on!
Does my family know what happened to me? I don’t want them to see me like this.
Amy once asked me how many miles I’d have to go before I’d be okay with myself. I thought I’d have to go around the whole world. I don’t think that anymore. I’m okay here.
He’s not turning rabid, he’s just upset. He’s had some bad news. Bad news? He killed his mother in his untreated state. Oh, dear. Shocking, what they’re capable of.
Death. The big sleep. Deep down, fearing the Reaper is the reason why everyone’s so messed up in their heads. They know the end is nigh and there’s nothing they can do about it, and it drives them nuts and they live their lives with one eye on the clock. We don’t have to do that. We can smash the clock to pieces. That is an incredible blessing. God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes, for when they shall arise from the dead they are as angels which are in Heaven.
Please do not break my heart, I think it’s had enough pain to last the rest of my life.
All right, Gary, get out. You what? You can’t be talking like that. Get out. Are you going to make me, dry rot? Leave.
Because there is what I believe. And then there's you.