–Gee, I don’t know. Comrades?
1/_Excuse me officer, these men have the legal right to assemble, that’s all they’re doing
2/_We know what they’re doing!!… what the hell you doin’??
2/_uh-uh… you WRONG!!! [fight breaks out]
1/_Geeze you look about 20 pounds lighter since you lost that kidney… I’ll bet you only piss half as much
2/_Yeah, but twice as often
1/_I love your play, I only hope I can the part justice. I think your dialogue is beautiful, I really do, I love it.
2/Then why the hell don’t you just stand still and say it instead of wandering all over the stage, you’re supposed to be looking for your soul, not an ashtray!
1/_Would you rather I didn’t smoke during rehearsals?
2/_I’d rather you burst into flames than put out your cigarette during a monologue about birth!
1/_I think voting is the opium of the masses in this country. Every four years you deaden the pain.
2/_Yes but… don’t you think….??
1/_I just made it very clear what I think, Miss Bryant!
3/_C’mon E.G. … you don’t have to be so dogmatic all the time…
1/_Suddenly I’m dogmatic?! Why does my status change everytime you get a new woman, Jack?!
1/_I want you to come to New York with me…
2/What as?? your wife; colleague; concubine; partner? what as????
1/_Well, it’s almost Thanksgiving… you can come as a turkey, if you like?
1/_If Louise were to come here, she’d have to leave the United States illegally, then live in exile with you and never come home again. All for the sake of a revolution she was never any part of,.. why should she? You chose the life of a revolutionary, she didn’t. Your cables only focus the Justice Department attention on her and the most sedicious thing they can accuse her of is being your wife. Leave her alone, let her chose her own future.
2/_Why didn’t she answer me?
1/_I think she has answered you
Building a party will help Eddie.
Come to New York with me…you wanna write?, come to where the writers are…
Comrade Reed, you can always go back to your private responsibilities, so can I. You can never, NEVER go back to this moment in history
Credentials? What credentials? Everyone has credentials here.
Don’t rewrite what I write.
He knew he was on the threshold of history and he wrote it that way
How in the name of God did you get into Russia?!
I can argue with cops and I can fight with generals. I can’t deal with a bureaucrat
I can’t live in your margins anymore
I think that a guy who’s always interested in the condition of the world and changing it either has no problems of his own or refuses to face them.
I think voting is the opium of the masses in this country. Every four years you deaden the pain.
I think we all believe in the same things, but with us it’s more or less our good intentions. And with Jack, it’s a religion.
I’m like a wife. I’m boring, clining, miserable little wife. Who’d want to come home to me?
If you were mine I wouldn’t share you with anybody or anything.
Jack dreams that he can hustle the American working man, who’s one dream is that he could be rich enough not to work, into a revolution led by HIS party
Not everybody can be buried in the Kremlin, and he’s the only American buried there… born in Portland, Oregon… isn’t that something?
PROPERTY IS THEFT — WALK IN.
Revolution is dissent.
This one even pees red.
When you seperate a man from what he loves the most, what you do is purge what’s unique in him, and when you purge what’s unique in him, you purge dissent, and when you purge dissent, you kill the revolution and revolution IS dissent, you don’t re-write what I write!!!…
You and Jack have a lot of middle class values for a couple of radicals.
You dream that if you discuss the revolution with a man before you go to bed with him, it’ll be missionary work rather than sex.
You have to be a bit of a rebel to be a artist of any kind, I beleive and everybody in Greenwich Village is a bit of a rebel
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