Max Brooks Quotes.

1. "The monkey didn't help matters any. He was sitting on top of the microbus, just watching the undead plunge to their end. His face appeared so serene, so intelligent, as if he truly understood the situation. I almost wanted him to turn to me and say, 'This is the turning point of the war! We've finally stopped them! We're finally safe!' But instead his little penis popped out and he peed in my face."
- Quote by Max Brooks

2. "The dead walk among us."
- Quote by Max Brooks

3. "Organize before they rise!"
- Quote by Max Brooks

4. "Los monstruos que salían de sus tumbas no son nada comparados con los que llevamos dentro del corazón."
- Quote by Max Brooks

5. "...La primera víctima del conflicto deben ser nuestros propios sentimientos, fue la última frase de su propuesta, porque su supervivencia será la causa de nuestra destrucción."
- Quote by Max Brooks

6. "This space station [Yang Liwei] was little more than a giant Orbital Denial Station. If those charges were to detonate, the debris...any future space launch would be grounded for years. It was a "Scorched Space" policy. "If we can't have it, neither can anyone else."
- Quote by Max Brooks

7. "Why would I want to get depressed by watching TV? I could do that just by stepping on the scale every morning."
- Quote by Max Brooks

8. "Americans are an honest people, we expect a fair deal. I know that a lot of other cultures used to think that was naive and even childish, but it's one of our most sacred principles."
- Quote by Max Brooks

9. "What are you, your fucking mother?" ~ Mets *SkyWatcher* World W Z"
- Quote by Max Brooks

10. "They used to call it the ‘Great War’. But I’ll be damned if I could tell you what was so ‘great’ about it. They also called it ‘the war to end all wars’…’cause they figured it was so big and awful that the world’d just have to come to its senses and make damn sure we never fought another one ever again. That woulda been a helluva nice story. But the truth’s got an ugly way of killin’ nice stories."
- Quote by Max Brooks

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