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1,094.  We are our choices.  (Life’s Like That & Choice & Freedom)  Jean-Paul Sartre

 

 

84,967.  I’m beginning to think the only choice anyone has in life is between either a bad choice or a worse one.  (Pessimism & Choice)  Sherrilyn Kenyon, Infamous 

 

 

4,658.  A woman can hardly ever choose … she is dependent on what happens to her.  She must take meaner things, because only meaner things are within her reach.  (Woman & Choose)  George Eliot, Felix Holt

 

 

19,047.  All my choices were wrong.  (Gangstas: New Jersey & Choice)  The Sopranos: All Due Respect s5e13 starring James Gandolfini & Lorriane Bracco & Edie Falco & Michael Imperioli & Dominic Chianese & Steven van Zandt & Tony Sirico & Robert Iler et al

 

 

20,262.  Choose life.  Choose a job.  Choose a career.  Choose a family.  Choose a fucking big television.  Choose washing machines, cars, compacts disc-players and electrical tin-openers.  Choose god health.  Low cholesterol.  And dental insurance.  Choose fixed-interest mortgage repayments ... Choose life.  But why would I want to do a thing like that?  I chose not to choose life.  I chose something else.  And the reasons?  There are no reasons.  Who needs reasons when you’ve got heroin.  (GBH Films & Choose & Life’s Like That & Heroin)    Trainspotting 1996 starring Ewan McGregor & Ewen Bremner & Robert Carlyle & Kevin McKidd & Kelly MacDonald & Peter Mullan & Keith Allen & James Cosmo et al, director Danny Boyle

 

20,278.  The truth is that I’m a bad person.  But that’s going to change.  I’m going to change.  This is the last of that sort of thing.  I’m cleaning up and moving on, going straight and choosing Life.  I’m looking forward to it already.  I’m going to be just like you.  (GBH Films & Choose & Change & Life's Like That)  ibid.   

 

 

94,717.  When a man cannot choose he ceases to be a man.  Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange

 

 

20,625.  Choice.  The boy has no real choice, has he?  Self-interest.  The fear of physical pain drove him to that grotesque act of self-abasement.  Its insincerity was there to be seen.  He ceases to be a wrong-doer.  He ceases also to be a creature capable of moral choice.  (GBH Films & Choice)  A Clockwork Orange 1971 starring Malcolm McDowell & Patrick Magee & Michael Bates & Warren Clarke & John Clive & Adrienne Corri & Carl Duering & Paul Farrell & Clive Francis & Michael Gover et al, director Stanley Kubrick, Padre to Minister et al

 

 

22,639.  We are in fact the sum total of our choices.  (GBH Films & Choice)  Crimes and Misdemeanors 1989 starring Woody Allen & Martin Landau & Anjelica Huston & Mia Farrow & Alan Alda & Jerry Orbach & Joanna Gleason & Claire Bloom & Sam Waterston & Caroline Aaron et al, director Woody Allen, professor

 

 

23,632.  All I have are the choices I make, and I choose her, come what may.  (Science Fiction Films & Choice)  The Adjustment Bureau 2011 starring Matt Damon & Emily Blunt & Terence Stamp & John Slattery & Anthony Mackie & Michael Kelly & Donnie Keshawarz & Anthony Ruivivar et al, director George Nolfi, David

 

23,633.  I can go through this door alone.  You’ll never see me or the people chasing us again, or you can come with me, and I don’t know what’s on the other side, but you’d be next to me and that’s all I’ve wanted since the minute I met you.  (Science Fiction Films & Choice)  ibid.  David to Elise

 

 

24,264.  It is the ruling of the court that Lieutenant Commander Data has the freedom to choose.  (Star Trek & Choose)  Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Measure of a Man s2e9

 

 

24,737.  One of the prices of giving people freedom of choice is that sometimes they make the wrong choice.  (Star Trek & Choose & Freeedom)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Shakaar s3e24, Odo to Kira

 

 

34,272.  Where people are denied the right of choice, recourse to such struggle is the only means of achieving their liberties.  (Kennedy & Choice & Freedom & Liberty)  John F Kennedy, February 1961

 

42,901.  I gestured at my litre of fizzy red wine.  ‘Want a drop of this?’ I asked him.

 

‘No thanks.  I try not to drink at lunchtime.’

 

‘So do I.  But I never quite make it.’

 

‘I feel like shit all day if I drink at lunchtime.’

 

‘Me too.  But I feel like shit all lunchtime if I don’t.’

 

‘Yes, well it all comes down to choices, doesn’t it?’ he said.  ‘It’s the same in the evenings.  Do you want to feel good at night or do you want to feel good in the morning?  It’s the same with life.  Do you want to feel good young or do you want to feel good old?  One or the other, not both.’

 

‘Isn’t it a tragedy?’  (Alcohol & Drink & Choices)  Martin Amis, Money

 

 

49,783.  I think democracy is the most revolutionary thing in the world, far more revolutionary than socialist ideas or anybody else’s idea, but if you have power, you use it to meet the needs of you and your community.  And this idea of choice which capital talks about all time – you’ve got to have a choice.  Choice depends on the freedom to choose.  And if you’re shackled with debt you don’t have a freedom to choose ... I think that if poor here in Britain or in the United States turned out and voted for people who really represented their interests, there would be a real democratic revolution.  (Democracy & Choice & Poor)  Tony Benn MP, interview Michael Moore, Sicko 2007

 

 

53,108.  What really interests me is whether God had any choice in the creation of the world.  (Creationism & God & Choice)  Albert Einstein

 

 

66,990.  The most insidious doctrine of our age is that we have no choices.  Will Hutton, The State to Come

 

 

66,991.  What man wants is simply independent choice, whatever that independence may cost and wherever it may lead.  Fyodor Dostoevsky 1821-81, Notes from Underground 1864

 

 

66,992.  There’s small choice in rotten apples.  William Shakespeare, The Taming of the Shrew I i 132, Hortensio

 

 

66,993.  Ye have not chosen me, but I have chosen you.  John 15:16

 

 

66,994.  Was there ever in anyone's lifespan a point free in time, devoid of memory, a night when choice was any more than the sum of all the choices gone before?  John Didion, Run River 1963

 

 

66,996.  An unhappy alternative is before you, Elizabeth.  From this day you must be a stranger to one of your parents.  Your mother will never see you again if you do not marry Mr Collins, and I will never see you again if you do.  (Choice & Marriage)  Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice

 

 

66,997.  This I choose to do.  If there is a price, this I choose to pay.  If it is my death, then I choose to die.  Where this takes me, there I choose to go.  I choose.  This I choose to do.  Terry Pratchett, Wintersmith

 

 

66,998.  Man has a choice and it’s a choice that makes him a man.  John Steinbeck, East of Eden 

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