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"Val: Why do you go out there? Sandra: Because dead people give such good advice. Val: What advice do they give? Sandra: Just one word- live!" - Tennessee Williams

"If desire did not dim the brain, nobody would ever get married, drunk, or fat. ~Val" - Orson Scott Card

"Oh, I'll live Ender's life, too. It's so much more interesting than my own." ~Val" - Orson Scott Card

"I had a lot of fun with Val Kilmer. He's like a big kid." - Derek Luke

"I was obsessed with Val McDermid's Tony Hill and Carol Jordan books, delightfully twisted stuff." - Chelsea Cain

"You can be known as Val or Babycakes." His gaze darkened. "My name is Valerius and I will not answer to Val." She shrugged. "Fine then, Babycakes, have it your way." - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"I'm afraid that whatever I touch is spoilt by the contact." "I'm not scared of being spoiled," Val said." - Holly Black

"Val- I'm on Bourbon- (Acheron) I will not venture down that street of crass iniquities and plebeian horror, Acheron. It is the cesspit of humanity. (Valerius)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Great. Lookout. I'm a lookout. Another thing to put on my college applications. What do I do if I see someone?" Val looked back. "I'm not sure, actually." - Holly Black

"Val- I'm on Bourbon- (Acheron) I will not venture down that street of crass iniquities and plebeian horror, Acheron. It is the cesspit of humanity. (Valerius)" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"Some of the writers I've praised are Sara Paretsky, Val McDermid, Elisabeth George and Minette Walters. Strangely enough, almost all are women." - Stieg Larsson

"Val Kilmer gave my husband, David Mamet, a Randall knife as a gift when the two of them were making the film 'Spartan.'" - Rebecca Pidgeon

"There was no one around called 'Val' when I was young, so I wanted to be John or Bill. Now I like it." - Val Kilmer

"Oh, Val," said Father. "All you have to do is live your life, and everyone around you will be happier." "No greatness, then." "Val," said Mother, "goodness trumps greatness any day." "Not in the history books," said Valentine. "Then the wrong people are writing history, aren't they?" said Father." - Orson Scott Card

"Spartan is about this elite unit of the armed forces named the Delta Force. I play a protege of Val Kilmer's character, and he kind of gives me a hard time." - Derek Luke

"At the end of the film Val suggests there may be a way to rejoin the living, when he says, 'Let's see if we're able to live among the living, walk among the living." - Dwight Yoakam

"They wanted to make her less rural, less of a cartoon. Not that Southern woman are cartoonish - they're the strongest women in this country, but with Val they wanted to take the stereotypical things out." - Joan Van Ark

"There are two things I will never do in my life. I will never climb Mount Everest, and I will never work with Val Kilmer again. There isn't enough money in the world." - John Frankenheimer

"At the end of the film Val suggests there may be a way to rejoin the living, when he says, 'Let's see if we're able to live among the living, walk among the living.'" - Dwight Yoakam

"I don't think of my life as a cliche, but I'm a cliche eccentric. Complete with a strange name - I mean, who's named Val? How many Vals do you know? I mean, really?" - Val Kilmer

"People said that video games were bad because they made you numb to death, made you register entrails splattering across a screen as a sign of success. In that moment, Val thought that the real problem with games was that the player was suppossed to try everything. If there was a cave, you went in it. If there was a mysterious stranger, you talked to him. If there was a map, you followed it. But in games, you had a hundred million billion lives and Val only had this one." - Holly Black

"His name's Nash." Aunt Val took a butter knife from the silverware drawer. "What year is he?" I groaned inwardly. "Senior." ...here we go ... Her smile was a little too enthusiastic. "Well that's wonderful!" Of course, what she really meant was "Rise from the shadows, social leper, and walk in the bright light of acceptance!" - Rachel Vincent

"Val, I'm on Bourbon-" "I will not venture down that street of crass iniquities and plebeian horror, Acheron. It is the cesspit of humanity. Don't even ask it." Ash rolled his eyes at the Roman?s arrogant tone. "I need you in the swamp." Silence answered him. "We have a situation." "Where do you need me?" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"If we have to be cat burglars, I'm going to see what' to steal in the fridge." We're trying to find evidence she's the poisoner. Just a thought before you start putting random things in your mouth." Ruth shrugged and walked past Val." - Holly Black

"You both ... you both saved me?" "Come on," said Luis. "You make it sound like it was hard for Val to go to the Unseelie Court, strike a deal with Roiben, challenge Mabry to a duel, win back your heart, and then get back here during rush hour." - Holly Black

"I started going on ski trips at senior school. I can't remember exactly where but we skied in the Tirol in Austria a couple of times and also went to Val d'Isere in France. When I was 15, rugby took over and there wasn't time to ski any more. I didn't ski again until I was 33." - Mike Tindall

"Val, I'm on Bourbon-" "I will not venture down that street of crass iniquities and plebeian horror, Acheron. It is the cesspit of humanity. Don't even ask it." Ash rolled his eyes at the Roman's arrogant tone. "I need you in the swamp." Silence answered him. "We have a situation." "Where do you need me?" - Sherrilyn Kenyon

"The hardest achievement in acting - in my opinion, anyway - is nailing a role that absolutely nobody else could have played. Pacino owned Michael Corleone... but DeNiro could have owned it as well. Who else, though, but Val Kilmer could have nailed Jim Morrison? Does anyone besides Will Ferrell pull off Ron Burgundy?" - Bill Simmons

"As Val jumped down onto the litter-strewn concrete after them, she thought how insane it was to follow two people she didn't know into the bowels of the subway, but instead of being afraid, she felt glad. She would make all her own decisions now, even if they were ruinous ones. It was the same pleasurable feeling as tearing a piece of paper into tiny, tiny pieces." - Holly Black

"When it was announced that Michael Keaton was going to be Batman, everyone was mad. When they announced that Val Kilmer was going to be Batman, everyone was mad. When it was announced that George Clooney was going to be Batman, everyone was mad. When it was announced that Christian Bale was going to be Batman, everyone was mad. And everyone was mad about Ben Affleck. So every single incarnation, people are going to be mad; you just can't do anything about it." - Baron Vaughn

"In 1878, after having finished my course of instruction at the School of Military Medicine of Val-de-Grace, I was sent to Algeria and put in charge of a department of the hospital at Bone. A large number of my patients had malarial fevers, and I was naturally led to study these fevers, of which I had only seen rare and benign forms in France." - Charles Louis Alphonse La

"There were no horror movies or horror books to speak of in the '40s. I picked the '50s because that pretty well spans my life as an appreciator - as somebody who's been involved with this mass cult of horror, from radio and movies and Saturday matinees and books. In the '40s there really wasn't that much. People don't want to read about horrible things in horrible times. So, in the '40s, there was Val Lutin with The Cat People and The Curse of the Cat People and there wasn't much else." - Stephen King



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