Carl Hiaasen Quotes.

1. "The first rule of hurricane coverage is that every broadcast must begin with palm trees bending in the wind."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

2. "I’m waiting for the day when Rush Limbaugh’s pharmacist writes a book."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

3. "The evening news made her wonder if God was dead; the morning sun made her believe He wasn't."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

4. "That's the thing about being a Labrador retriever - you were born for fun. Seldom was your loopy, freewheeling mind cluttered by contemplation, and never at all by somber worry; every day was a romp. What else could there possibly be to life? Eating was a thrill. Pissing was a treat. Shitting was a joy. And licking your own balls? Bliss. And everywhere you went were gullible humans who patted and hugged and fussed over you."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

5. "I’d say a man is someone who is honest, strong-minded, moral, genuine, just a good human being."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

6. "Sunset on the water ought to be a quiet and easy time, but I guess some people can't stand a little silence."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

7. "My father's a large man, very strong, but he says fighting is for people who can't win with their brains. He also says there are times when you've got no choice but to defend yourself from common morons."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

8. "From the pancake house I drive directly to the county morgue. The contrast is not especially striking."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

9. "Shreave flicked away the dead mosquito. "Don't these things carry the bird flu too?" "No Boyd, that would be a bird."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

10. "Love this description of minor character, Lou Zicutto: "Lou was branch claims manager of the mammoth insurance company where Decker worked part-time as an investigator. Lou was a spindly little twit, maybe a hundred twenty pounds, but he had a huge florid head, which he shaved every day. As a result he looked very much like a Tootsie Pop with lips."
- Quote by Carl Hiaasen

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