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Hijacker Quotes By Book Of Eli Movie

Hijack Leader: [cradling wrist where Eli has severed his hand] What are you standing around for? Kiss him!
Hijacker: What'd he say?
Eli: He's in shock. I think he meant Kill Him. — Book Of Eli Movie

Hijacker Quotes By Book Of Eli Movie

Eli: You know what's good about no soap, you can smell a hijacker from a mile away!
Hijack Leader: I am impressed, this man can smell us from thirty feet away, now what's that say about our hygiene! — Book Of Eli Movie

Hijacker Quotes By Heidi Julavits

People don't hijack planes anymore because that old system of hijacking in order to barter for a prison release or get to a different country no longer works, exactly, because 9/11 recoded the hostage's interpretation of a hijack. If a hijacker isn't trying to use the plane as a missile, then he is in danger of being killed by the hostages. There is no minor terror threat anymore. No mid-level terrorism. — Heidi Julavits

Hijacker Quotes By Wanda Sykes

Rush Limbaugh was the 20th hijacker. I hope his kidneys fail. — Wanda Sykes

Hijacker Quotes By Margaret Thatcher

Democratic nations must try to find ways to starve the terrorist and the hijacker of the oxygen of publicity on which they depend. — Margaret Thatcher

Hijacker Quotes By Andrea Camilleri

To distract himself, he formulated a proposition. A philosophical proposition? Maybe, but tending towards "weak thought"
exhausted thought, in fact. He even gave this proposition a title: "The Civilization of Today and the Ceremony of Access." What did it mean? It meant that, today, to enter any place whatsoever
an airport, a bank, a jeweler's or watchmaker's shop
you had to submit to a specific ceremony of control. Why ceremony? Because it served no concrete purpose. A thief, a hijacker, a terrorist
if they really want to enter
will find a way. The ceremony doesn't even serve to protect the people on the other side of the entrance. So whom does it serve? It serves the very person about to enter, to make him think that, once inside, he can feel safe. — Andrea Camilleri