Day Bartender, Lafayette Pub
"No, I'd rather live in the 1950s. I think that people were more educated back then. They appreciated everyday things more. You could get more out of life then. This generation now, they're more fast-paced, all about video games and entertainment. It seems they don't really appreciate ordinary things like scenery, like getting up each day and being happy that you're breathing."
"Oh yeah! I want to be here for the Armageddon -- I think it's coming. Mars is close, the weather's flowing backwards, people are dying [of heat] in Europe so I feel lucky and privileged to be here for the end of the world...heh, heh, heh."
"Oh, I feel lucky, all right! Women no longer wear chastity belts, we've got all that Hitler shit behind us and John Ashcroft is finally out of Missouri politics -- you're kidding...he's the attorney what?!"
Sales, The Wine Merchant
"I wish I'd been a teenager during the late '60s or early '70s instead of during the '80s because I wanted to be a hippie. And then, by the time I became old enough to have to work for a living, the tide turned -- grungefests like Lollapalooza, along with the liberal attitudes of the Clinton administration, gave rebirth to the neo-hippie movement. Essentially, I think I missed out on a groovy time."
"Yeah, I do. We're probably gonna see the Second Coming. They said the generation that was on the earth when Israel became a nation would see the Second Coming. Plus, I got my wife...well, yeah, I guess I could have a wife in any time period, but not the one I got now."
Recording Secretary, The League
of Red-Headed Women
"Is the emphasis on lucky or living? Because if it's lucky, well, I've been married for twenty years and I haven't been lucky in sooo long."