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John Marston Quotes & Sayings
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Last updated Nov 2020
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I have a son at home and a daughter in heaven.
Some trees flourish, others die. Some cattle grow strong, others are taken by wolves. Some men are born rich enough and dumb enough to enjoy their lives. Ain't nothing fair. You know that.
One of them machines can turn men into angels...
I'm many things, most of 'em bad. But a man of political principles? No.
I left the gang after the gang left me.
I just know that there are two theories when arguing with women. And neither one works.
People don't forget. Nothing gets forgiven.
It ain't no secret I didn't get these scars falling over in church.
Listen to your boss Jonah, there's a good boy. Otherwise I'll put a hole in your hillbilly head and watch your tiny brain drain out.
Men are born, and then they're formed.
You want me to shoot you in the head right now for that poor girl?
I hear you speak and suddenly I'm reminded of how the people I respected most in my life had a problem with authority.
You and West Dickens are so crooked you could swallow nails and spit out corkscrews.
Now, if you don't mind I'd hate to spoil such a beautiful afternoon on such beautiful land with any further unpleasantries.
Irish, I've met enough men like you to last me a lifetime!
You'll be the first to know when I kill you, I promise.
It reeks of miracles back here!
I've met some sick bastards in my life, Seth, but you...you're special.
I, too, have a family, friend. And so that we may see our familes again I suggest we part ways amicably.
I think there's some schoolchildren down the way you can go and frighten.
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