"You know, I used to think it was awful that life was so unfair. Then I thought, wouldn't it be much worse if life were fair, and all the terrible things that happen to us come because we actually deserve them? So, now I take great comfort in the general hostility and unfairness of the universe." - Ranger Marcus


"I believe you should live each day as if it is your last, which is why I don't have any clean laundry, because, come on, who wants to wash clothes on the last day of their life?" -unknown


"Never be certain of your reality, for you may lose it in an instant and that could kill you." -Serge Gagarin


"You would be much better served reading history, not only would it be condensed to only the most relevent and important details as they occur at the most relevant and important times and places, you also get the trumped up opinion of some academic who in most cases has devised some inane explanation of how all the events fit together to make a coherent whole. "   -Serge Gagarin


"Events, no matter how nicely and conveniently it looks as though they fit together, almost never fit together in such a meaningful way."  -Serge Gagarin


"This world of ours seems very random indeed if one is there to actually experience things."  -Serge Gagarin


"Causes are too intertwined and complex to be reduced to a neat little one sentence explanation." -Serge Gagarin


"In a nut shell the past stank, quite literally. The smell was quite awful. It is only slightly better now, though one gets used to it. Other than that, the 1500’s were pretty nice, so long as you were rich (…most times are nice if you’re wealthy though). The 1600’s were rather damp, the 1700s were bloody, I was drunk for almost all of the early 1800s, and even the latter half is rather hazy ( it was [also] very dirty most of the time….), the 1920’s were good, lots of fun. A bit like the 1540’s and the 1960’s, if you know what I mean… from the 30’s through 50’s, I have but one regret, and that is that I was sober far too often during those most unpleasant years. And after the party of the 60’s, we have basically been left with a cynical jaded world. " -Serge Gagarin


"The experience merely of living should suffice. That in itself is singularly amazing and should be regarded as such. Each moment should be looked on with a sense of awe and primitive wonderment, for it is truly fantastic to be alive." -Serge Gagarin


More to Come