On an old burnt cd (c. the founding of this blog), I found these gems:
"The Bay Guardian are conspiracy freaks who'd say bad things about us no matter what. If SF Weekly discovered the cure for cancer, the San Francisco Bay Guardian would bemoan our assault on the cherished liberal ideal of mortality."
----SF Weekly editor John Mecklin
"Art is that over which beings with perfect knowledge can still have divergent viewpoints."
----D. Michael Martindale
"These are biblical times. The turning of the second millennium has brought war, rumors of war and all sorts of new-Jehovian highjinks.'
"I don't think it's a question of morality. I think it's a question of politics."
"I have always believed in god, but never knew it was me until recently."
----Chris Roller (meaning he has discovered that he is god)
"There's a huge, almost unanimous view that this is a fundamental problem, to unite these two things. My belief is that it very well may be that God didn't intend that."
----physicist Freeman Dyson of the Institute for Advanced Study Ñ Princeton, N.J., on the theory of everything
"We've learned over the years that if we wanted we could write anything that just felt good or sounded good and it didn't necessarily have to have any particular meaning to us. As odd as it seemed to us, reviewers would take it upon themselves to interject their own meanings on our lyrics. Sometimes we sit and read other people's interpretations of our lyrics and think, 'Hey, that's pretty good.' If we liked it, we would keep our mouths shut and just accept the credit as if it was what we meant all along."