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” Childhood feels so permanent, like it’s the entire world, and then on day it’s over and you’re shoveling wet dirt onto your father’s coffin, stunned at the impermanence of everything.” ~ Jonathan Tropper

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past” ~ F Scott Fitzgerald

“They should name a gender after you. Looking at you doesn’t do it. Staring is the only way that makes any sense. And trying not to blink, so you don’t miss anything. And all of that, and you’re YOU.” ~ John Clasky (Adam Sandler), Spanglish

“You were just a little girl in a flannel night gown. And you were shoveling snow from the walk in front of our house. And I was the snow. I was the snow and everywhere it landed and everything it covered. You scooped me upl. With a big red shovel, you scooped me up.” ~ Ben Stone (Luke Wilson) The Family Stone

“I see it… all around me… but it stops at my skin. I can’t let it inside. It’s always been like that. It’s always gonna be like that.” ~ James, Shortbus

“I look back to things that were when I was 12 years old. I’m still looking for the same things now.” – James, Shortbus

“Therefore, we’re sane. Consequently, we’re the target of the impermeable. And the insane. And of course, New York is where everyone comes to be forgiven.” – Tobias, Shortbus

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