„I learned the bad guys are not always bad, the good guys are not always good, and to quote Captain Barbossa, the parameters are like rules, mostly guidelines. And that it takes a little bit of bad boy to fight the evil in the world.
--Terri Mitchell“

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„The quickest way to stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.“

—  Mike Pence 48th Vice President of the United States 1959
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„Bad guys turned informer. Good guys didn't — no matter when, no matter what.“

—  Kurt Vonnegut American writer 1922 - 2007
Context: Here it was again, the most ancient of roadforks, one that Paul had glimpsed before, in Kroner's study, months ago. The choice of one course or the other had nothing to do with machines, hierarchies, economics, love, age. It was a purely internal matter. Every child older than six knew the fork, and knew what the good guys did here, and what the bad guys did here. The fork was a familiar one in folk tales the world over, and the good guys and the bad guys, whether in chaps, breechclouts, serapes, leopardskins, or banker's gray pinstripes, all separated here. Bad guys turned informer. Good guys didn't — no matter when, no matter what. Chapter 31 (p. 293)

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„I learned that we are all good and bad instead of good or bad“

—  Terence V. Powderly American mayor 1849 - 1924
Context: Many men, aware of the treatment I received at the hands of Walter Dawson, have asked me why I did not avenge the wrongs he inflicted on me. I am not aware that he did inflict wrong on me … I did some good through being blacklisted. It made me more than determined to perfect an organization that would render blacklisting impossible; it made me mayor of Scranton where I learned that we are all good and bad instead of good or bad. It taught me how to put myself in the place of the vilest, filthiest, lowest-down tramp that comes to me for help. It taught me when men were brought before me for trial how to pierce the veil between cause and effect, between motive and act; it enabled me to come down from the bench as a magistrate, a representative of the law, and before the bar of my own heart, and conscience, place the prisoner then before me on the bench in my stead.

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„Shiny, let's be bad guys!“

—  Joss Whedon American director, writer, and producer for television and film 1964

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„They say the bad guys are more interesting to play but there is more to it than that — playing the good guys is more challenging because it's harder to make them interesting.“

—  Gregory Peck American actor 1916 - 2003
As quoted in "Gregory Peck : Story of a legendary hero" in The Daily Star (15 June 2006) http://www.thedailystar.net/2006/06/15/d606151407162.htm

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