„Accept who you are. Unless you're a serial killer.“

Quelle: Seriously... I'm Kidding

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US-amerikanische Schauspielerin, Moderatorin, Komikerin und… 1958

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Ellen DeGeneres Foto

„So be who you really are. Embrace who you are. Literally. Hug yourself. Accept who you are. Unless you're a serial killer.“

—  Ellen DeGeneres American stand-up comedian, television host, and actress 1958

Quelle: Seriously... I'm Kidding

Libba Bray Foto

„Think: who has vans, huh? Soccer moms and serial killers.“

—  Libba Bray, Going Bovine

Quelle: Going Bovine

Eminem Foto

„How many people you know who can name every serial killer who ever existed in a row?“

—  Eminem American rapper and actor 1972

2000s, Relapse (2009)

Tarik Gunersel Foto

„Is sincerity a virtue by itself? A serial killer has also acted sincerely.“

—  Tarik Gunersel Turkish actor 1953

Oluşmak (To Become) Aphorisms (Pan Publishing House, Istanbul, 2011)

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„I'm convinced that whatever state you're in during your pregnancy has a huge influence on the baby's personality - so I hope we haven't produced a little serial killer!“

—  Helena Bonham Carter British actress 1966

On making "Sweeney Todd" while pregnant; The Daily Mirror (London); Jan 25, 2008; John Hiscock; p. 15

„Only two kinds of people drink their coffee black: cops and serial killers.“

—  Ilona Andrews American husband-and-wife novelist duo

Quelle: Magic Binds

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„What better symbol of our age than a serial killer? Hell, can you think of any recent U.S. President who doesn't belong in the Serial Killer Hall of Fame? And their motives make no more sense, and no less sense, than Dr Lecter's Darwinian one-man effort to rid the planet of those he finds outstandingly loutish and uncouth.“

—  Robert Anton Wilson American author and polymath 1932 - 2007

"Previous Thoughts" at rawilson.com
Kontext: I regard the two major male archetypes in 20th Century literature as Leopold Bloom and Hannibal Lecter. M. D. Bloom, the perpetual victim, the kind and gentle fellow who finishes last, represented an astonishing breakthrough to new levels of realism in the novel, and also symbolized the view of humanity that hardly anybody could deny c. 1900-1950. History, sociology, economics, psychology et al. confirmed Joyce’s view of Everyman as victim. Bloom, exploited and downtrodden by the Brits for being Irish and rejected by many of the Irish for being Jewish, does indeed epiphanize humanity in the first half of the 20th Century. And he remains a nice guy despite everything that happens...
Dr Lecter, my candidate for the male archetype of 1951-2000, will never win any Nice Guy awards, I fear, but he symbolizes our age as totally as Bloom symbolized his. Hannibal's wit, erudition, insight into others, artistic sensitivity, scientific knowledge etc. make him almost a walking one man encyclopedia of Western civilization. As for his "hobbies" as he calls them — well, according to the World Game Institute, since the end of World War II, in which 60,000,000 human beings were murdered by other human beings, 193, 000,000 more humans have been murdered by other humans in brush wars, revolutions, insurrections etc. What better symbol of our age than a serial killer? Hell, can you think of any recent U. S. President who doesn't belong in the Serial Killer Hall of Fame? And their motives make no more sense, and no less sense, than Dr Lecter's Darwinian one-man effort to rid the planet of those he finds outstandingly loutish and uncouth.

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„This is precisely the same construction used by many serial killers and heads of state, who use language to separate themselves from the consequences of their actions.“

—  Roger Ebert American film critic, author, journalist, and TV presenter 1942 - 2013

Review http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/the-doom-generation-1995 of The Doom Generation (10 November 1995)
Reviews, Zero star reviews
Kontext: The movie opens as the drifter "inadvertently" (Araki's word, in the press kit) blows off the head of a Korean convenience store owner... It continues as the "enigmatic Xavier" (I am again quoting from the wonderfully revealing press kit) "has such rotten karma that every time they stop the car for fries and Diet Cokes, someone ends up dying in one gruesome way or another." Wait, there's more: "As the youthful band of outsiders continues their travels through the wasteland of America, Amy finds herself (having sex with) both Jordan and Xavier, forging a triangle of love, sex and desperation too pure for this world." Now let's deconstruct that. (1) The correct word is "its," not "their." (2) "Band of outsiders" is an insider reference to A Band Apart," the name of Quentin Tarantino's production company, which itself is a pun on the title of a film by Godard. (3) Is it remotely possible that America is a "wasteland" because Amy, Jordan and Xavier kill someone every time they stop for fries and a soda? That wouldn't have occurred to this movie. (4) The clause "someone ends up dying" is a passive way to avoid saying that the three characters kill them. This is precisely the same construction used by many serial killers and heads of state, who use language to separate themselves from the consequences of their actions.

GG Allin Foto

„GG Allin: I could have possibly been a serial killer or a mass murderer.“

—  GG Allin American singer-songwriter 1956 - 1993

GG Allin on The Jerry Springer Show, May 5. 1993.
On The Jerry Springer Show

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Zinedine Zidane Foto

„Nobody knows if Zidane is an angel or demon. He smiles like Saint Teresa and grimaces like a serial killer.“

—  Zinedine Zidane French association football player and manager 1972

Jean-Louis Murat, 2004 http://www.theguardian.com/football/2004/apr/04/sport.features

Toni Morrison Foto

„Unless carefree, motherlove was a killer.“

—  Toni Morrison, buch Beloved

Beloved (1987)

Chuck Palahniuk Foto
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David Fincher Foto

„I want to make a movie that has enough impact that it's going to do what it needs to do. But I don't want to make a film that serial killers masturbate to.“

—  David Fincher American film director 1962

About the film, Zodiac
The Curious Case of David Fincher (2007)

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