Quotations From BRADLEY HOWINGTON


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  • I could tell you that life is precious, a wandering excitement of beauty many never get to vision, but that would mean I have to lie to you. I could tell you terrible untruths just to make you see where it is your loyalties lie, but I wouldn't dare hurt you, as most would tell you a tale of misfortune and bring you to the depths of despair.
    Bradley Howington
  • He who walks with wolves braves the unknown.
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  • I am but a mere fragment of thought. My physical self has no value. It is my mind worth a fortune. When he comes, give him what he wants. He deserves to study my brain and combine it with the latest of technological advancement to design my predecessor. He deserves to understand my mind, build upon it, program a brain worthy of a prize only he deserves. As for my physical self, disregard. Its only purpose was secondary.
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  • Disaster is this designed to control.
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  • The government is a pit of lies and will do anything to keep the truth from us.
    Bradley Howington
  • Have you ever heard your soul cry out that rainy window?
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  • Those you follow are a shadow of their true self.
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  • Be the voice they can't find.
    Bradley Howington
  • When I die, will I get a receipt?
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  • Don't pass judgment on me, until you've resurrected my pain, and feel what flows through me each day.
    Bradley Howington
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