Allan Dare Pearce Quotes

Allan Dare Pearce Quotes

Bank robbing is more of a sure thing than farming.

Smile! Make them comfortable with your size. Deal with their fears and your fears will go away.

Some days in the camp you prayed to live; some days you prayed to die quick. Some days you didn't bother praying, knowing there was no sense to anything.

But, ladies and gentlemen, we will also be asked to make sacrifices in matters that are not our affair and that do not concern us, sacrifices that would leave our people bleeding or wounded, or even dead, from battle. There is no equality for us in this lifetime.

Family is more important than anything.

Anyone hurts my family, I slap them down. A man does for family. That's one of the rules I got from my pa. His rules for being a man.

He believed a man should never be sober but never be drunk. And he believed in watching out for family, even if you had to stay sober for a few hours; it was that important.

We are free, but we are not equal. We are free, but not as free as other people in this land are free.

People have been bred to hate for generations - eons, maybe. Some fundamental urge. Something implicit in the human condition.

These young people are going to change the world.

Kids are important. The most important thing.

Racism, Dr. Sam. I worry for my kids about racism. Racism doesn't appear to take holidays or time off. What can I do about this stuff?

My father believes with his entire soul that the meek shall inherit the earth. My children will inherit the earth but they will not be meek.

To the extent a man can control chaos, he should put his testicles on the line and do so, but when a man can't, he should just step aside, or someone in the lineup behind him is gonna bite his ass.

My pa maintained that there are three important parts to a man. You got the heart, the brain, and the python.

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