„Bad luck doesn't have any chinks in it," he said with deep bitterness. "I was born a son of a bitch and I'm going to die a son of a bitch.“


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Franklin D. Roosevelt photo

„He's a son-of-a-bitch, but he’s our son-of-a-bitch.“

—  Franklin D. Roosevelt 32nd President of the United States 1882 - 1945
Remark on Anastasio Somoza García, president of Nicaragua, first attributed to Roosevelt in Time magazine (15 November 1948), three years following Roosevelt's death and nine years after the supposed making of the statement. Archivist Donald Schewe of the FDR Library searched thousands of pages of Roosevelt's correspondence, press conferences, and records and found no evidence that FDR ever made this statement. Schewe concluded that this "was not the kind of language that Roosevelt used." See Robert A. Pastor, Condemned to Repetition: The United States and Nicaragua (Princeton University Press, 1987), p. 3

Bruce Cockburn photo

„If I had a rocket launcher
Some son of a bitch would die“

—  Bruce Cockburn Canadian folk/rock guitarist and singer-songwriter 1945
Context: I want to raise every voice At least I got to try Every time I think about it Water rises to my eyes Situation desperate Echoes of the victims cry If I had a rocket launcher If I had a rocket launcher If I had a rocket launcher Some son of a bitch would die If I Had a Rocket Launcher, Track 8

Charles Bukowski photo
Ted Bundy photo

„I'm the most cold-hearted son of a bitch you'll ever meet.“

—  Ted Bundy American serial killer 1946 - 1989
During this interrogation after his arrest in Pensacola, Florida. (1978). Quoted in Hare, Robert D. (1999). Without Conscience: The Disturbing World of the Psychopath Among Us. New York: The Guildford Press. p. 23

 Jay-Z photo

„If you're havin' girl problems I feel bad for you son / I got 99 problems but a bitch ain't one.“

—  Jay-Z American rapper, businessman, entrepreneur, record executive, songwriter, record producer and investor 1969
99 Problems

Ernest King photo

„When they get in trouble they send for the sons-of-bitches.“

—  Ernest King United States Navy admiral, Chief of Naval Operations 1878 - 1956
Remark that King allegedly made when he was called to be Commander in Chief, United States Fleet, soon after the United States had entered World War II on December 7, 1941. However, when he was later asked if he had said this, King replied that he had not, but would have if he had thought of it. As quoted in Master of Sea Power: A Biography of Fleet Admiral Ernest J. King (1980) by Thomas B. Buell, p. 573.

William Faulkner photo

„Save us, Christ, the poor sons of bitches.“

—  William Faulkner American writer 1897 - 1962
J. C. Goodyhay in Ch. 12; George Garrett, in his introduction to the Modern Library edition of Snopes: The Hamlet, The Town, The Mansion (New York, 1994, p. xii), notes that in the final pages of The Mansion "both Stevens and Ratliff unknowingly echo the prayer of the preacher Goodyhay", which Garrett sees as expressing "Faulkner's inclusive, democratic vision of the equality of human souls".

Kurt Vonnegut photo

„I love you sons of bitches. You’re all I read any more.“

—  Kurt Vonnegut American writer 1922 - 2007
Context: I love you sons of bitches. You’re all I read any more. You're the only ones who’ll talk all about the really terrific changes going on, the only ones crazy enough to know that life is a space voyage, and not a short one, either, but one that’ll last for billions of years. You’re the only ones with guts enough to really care about the future, who really notice what machines do to us, what wars do to us, what cities do to us, what big, simple ideas do to us, what tremendous misunderstanding, mistakes, accidents, catastrophes do to us. You're the only ones zany enough to agonize over time and distance without limit, over mysteries that will never die, over the fact that we are right now determining whether the space voyage for the next billion years or so is going to be Heaven or Hell. "Eliot Rosewater" to a group of science fiction writers

Phil Brooks photo

„I'm going to pull my car around, Joe's is going to throw him out the front door and I'm gonna run the son of a bitch over! If he kicks at two, I'll drive that car right into the ocean.“

—  Phil Brooks American professional wrestler and mixed martial artist 1978
Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South. June 11th, 2005. While on commentary during Samoa Joe vs Necro Butcher, dryly introducing himself to his ex-manager Dave Prazak and Eddie Kingston.

Claude Kirk photo

„This is Claude Kirk, Governor of Florida. Do you read my press? Then you know that I'm a tree-shakin' son of a bitch“

—  Claude Kirk American politician 1926 - 2011
Kirk proudly told Times, quoted on Times, "Florida: I, Claudius" http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2011/09/former_florida_governor_claude.php, Dec. 15, 1967

Edie Sedgwick photo

„The way those sons-of-bitches took advantage of me. Warhol is a sadistic faggot.“

—  Edie Sedgwick Socialite, actress, model 1943 - 1971
Referring to the Warhol crowd in New York