Hate is a wasteful emotion, most of the people you hate don't know you
hate them and the rest don't care.
Hate is like fire- it makes even light rubbish deadly.
Hate is more lasting than dislike.
Hate is not the opposite of love; apathy is.
Hate it when you offer someone a sincere compliment on their mustache
and suddenly she's not your friend anymore.
Hate must make a person productive; otherwise one might as well love.
Hate only injustice and not those who commit it.
-Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach
Hate traps us by binding us too tightly to our adversary.
Hate, emotionalism, and frustration are not policies.
We have just enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us
We no longer hate people for their vices- we hate them for their virtues.
-Davis M.J. Aurini
We spend our time searching for security and hate it when we get it.
Why hate someone for the color of their skin when there are much better
reasons to hate them?
You don't hate history, you hate the way it was taught to you in high
You know what I hate? Indian givers... no, I take that back.
You know why the French hate us so much? Thay gave us the croissant. And
you know what we did with it? We turned it into our croissandwich, thank
you very much.
The series finale of CBS' Person of Interest airs tonight at 10 pm EDT.
Ending after an abbreviated 13-episode fifth season, this well-produced and prescient show is worth watching. The first four seasons are on Netflix, and CBS has this year's episodes on line.
If you've never seen the show, skip tonight's finale and indulge yourself by binge watching the entire series this summer. It's worth it.
...although you can't tell from the ratings that, inexplicably, suck. Which is a shame, because it's the funniest, cleverest show to air on network television in quite a while.
A scifi/political thriller/comedy from the creators of The Good Wife and Ridley Scott (The Martian, Gladiator, Thelma and Louise, Blade Runner, Alien), the pilot episode began with background tvs playing Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump and the superimposed caption, “In the year 2016 there was a growing sense that people were losing their minds… and no one knew why… until now.”
Here's the gist: insects from outer space are eating the brains of American politicians, which, when you think about it, explains a lot.
A really off-the-wall production, it features West Wing-like dialogue, deadly satire, and, of course, brain-eating insects from outer space.
One particulary charming feature of the show is that the eecond and succeeding episodes begin with a concise recap of the previous week's show, set to music and quick-cut scenes.
Here's the one from last night's episide:
Talk about your ear worms...
You can watch episodes here on the show's CBS website
I don't recommend much telvision, but this one's a winner.