Society 6 Prints
Bestees Award Winning Tee in 2007
" I like turtles."
"What exactly does a three year old eat?"
"Why are you swearing? I'm not swearing. "
"Son, you got a panty on your head."
"Baby, listen, I might have crapped in my pants."
"Aunt Rootie told Dell that the alien wearing the black glove was him and him alone"
"Speaking of Jack, One eyed Jack's yearning to go a peeping in a seafood store! "
"People pay him money for whatever he does...."
"He is your good friend, whereas I am a victim of your carnivorous lunar activities"
"Look what we got us here, brothers!"
"No, thank you. Fifteen is my limit on schnitzengruben (baby)."
"What makes you think they are looking for a scapegoat?"
"I feel like a gynecologist for a grizzly bear!"
"What is your name?"
"What does this mean, 'Butch'?"
"I'm American, honey. Our names don't mean shit."
"For 30 years."
"You've never seen Krull?! Dude... you are so gay!"
"The organizing principle of any society is for war. The basic authority of the modern state over its people resides in its war powers. Today its oil, tomorrow water. Its what we like to call the God business; Guns, Oil, and Drugs. But there is a problem, our way of life, its over. Its unsustainable and in rapid decline, that's why we implement demand destruction. We continue to make money as the world burns. But for this to work the people have to remain ignorant of the problem until its too late. That is why we have triggers in place, 9-11, 7-7 , WMDs. A population in a permanent state of fear does not ask questions. Our desire for war becomes its desire for war. A willing sacrifice. You see fear is justification, fear is control, fear is money."
"You'll have one shot, you better make it good"
"When that ball drops, I'm just gonna grab a slut & I am gonna pee in her butt"
"I wanted vanilla twist!"
"If the American people knew the truth about how they had been lied to about the myths that had led them to endorse this butchery for twenty-five years that they would choose against it---and the risk that you've taken when you do that is that you will learn something about your fellow citizens that you won't like to hear that; they hear it, they learn from it, they understand it, and they proceed to ignore it!"
"There was a young man who had come in and said to the vice president, 'The plane is 50 miles out. The plane is 30 miles out.' And when it got down to, 'The plane is 10 miles out,' the young man also said to the vice president, 'Do the orders still stand?' And the vice president turned and whipped his neck around and said, 'Of course the orders still stand. Have you heard anything to the contrary?'
"Ahh, but the servant waits, while the master baits!"
"Betty Beaver is hungry for a log."
"Rawr rawr rawr safety bear!"
"War is such a confession of failure... of diplomacy, in leadership...."
"Hey, while the others wash their panties, let's go hunt."
"Thanks for telling me it was a good day until I briefed you. [Redacted name]—You are only interested in your career and provide no support to your staff—no msn [mission] support and you don’t care. I cannot support a msn that leads to corruption, human right abuses and liars. I am sullied—no more. I didn’t volunteer to support corrupt, money grubbing contractors, nor work for commanders only interested in themselves. I came to serve honorably and feel dishonored. I trust no Iraqi. I cannot live this way. All my love to my family, my wife and my precious children. I love you and trust you only. Death before being dishonored any more. Trust is essential—I don’t know who trust anymore. [sic] Why serve when you cannot accomplish the mission, when you no longer believe in the cause, when your every effort and breath to succeed meets with lies, lack of support, and selfishness? No more. Reevaluate yourselves, cdrs [commanders]. You are not what you think you are and I know it. - COL Ted Westhusing - Life needs trust. Trust is no more for me here in Iraq."
“Of all the enemies to public liberty war is, perhaps, the most to be dreaded because it comprises and develops the germ of every other. War is the parent of armies; from these proceed debts and taxes. And armies, and debts, and taxes are the known instruments for bringing the many under the domination of the few. In war, too, the discretionary power of the Executive is extended. Its influence in dealing out offices, honors, and emoluments is multiplied; and all the means of seducing the minds, are added to those of subduing the force of the people. The same malignant aspect in republicanism may be traced in the inequality of fortunes, and the opportunities of fraud, growing out of a constant state of war . . . and in the degeneracy of manners and morals, engendered by both. No nation could preserve its freedom in the midst of continual warfare.”