They wanna hang us, see us dead, or enslave us, keep us trapped in the same place we raised in. Then they wonder why we act so outrageous, run around stressed out and pull out gauges.— Dr. Dre
Famous Retribution quotations
To declare that in the administration of criminal law the end justifies the means to declare that the Government may commit crimes in order to secure conviction of a private criminal would bring terrible retribution.
No friend ever served me, and no enemy ever wronged me, whom I have not repaid in full.
Disease is the retribution of outraged Nature.
Our history will be what we make of it.
If we go on as we are, then history will take its revenge and retribution will not limp in catching up with us. So, just once in a while let us exhault the importance of ideas and information.
If an offender has committed murder, he must die.
In this case, no possible substitute can satisfy justice. For there is no parallel between death and even the most miserable life, so that there is no equality of crime and retribution unless the perpetrator is judicially put to death.
(I)f we are going to be kind, let it be out of simple generosity, not because we fear guilt or retribution.
Though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small;
Though with patience He stands waiting, with exactness grinds He all.
I went and got a tire tool out of my truck, and straightened him out as cold as a block of ice. It was an attitude adjustment, and it'll work every time.
I shall add that only he who has decided to commit suicide can start a nuclear war in the hope of emerging a victor from it. No matter what the attacker might possess, no matter what method of unleashing nuclear war he chooses, he will not attain his aims. Retribution will inevitably ensue.
Strip those clowns down to nudity, shove the chrome where they doo doo be.
Get through the agony and anger, the pain and strife, and take the necessary steps to try to change my life.
Whoso sheddeth man's blood, by man shall his blood be shed.
A traitor commits his crime but once. The rest/is retribution.
Heaven often regulates effects by their causes, and pays the wicked what they have deserved.
While your guns raisin', mine is blazin'.
There is such a thing as tempting the gods.
Talking too much, too soon and with too much self-satisfaction has always seemed to me a sure way to court disaster. The forces of retribution are always listening. They never sleep.
Retribution often means that we eventually do to ourselves what we have done unto others.
To be left alone, and face to face with my own crime, had been just retribution.
The mills of God grind slowly.
Though the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small.
I believe in one, incomprehensible God, the immortality of the soul and eternal retribution for our acts.
Heaven never defaults. The wicked are sure of their wages, sooner or later.
Those neon light nights, couldn't stay out of fights, keeps a-haunting me in memories. There is one in every crowd, for crying out loud, why was is always turning out to be me?
As soon as she hit the door we start blastin', I saw her brains hit the floor, raw laughin'.
Drew a mustache on your picture, threw your ring away.
God gives each his due at the time allotted.
The ways of the gods are long, but in the end they are not without strength.
We're out playing ball in the gym, I put boogers on the basketball and pass it to him.
Passing too eagerly upon a provocation loses the guard and lays open the body;
calmness and leisure and deliberation do the business much better.
A wrong is unredressed when retribution overtakes its redresser.
It is equally unredressed when the avenger fails to make himself felt as such to him who has done the wrong.
You will achieve more in this world through acts of mercy than you will through acts of retribution.
If George W. Bush is given a second term, and retains a Republican Congress and a compliant federal judiciary, he and his allies are likely to embark on a campaign of political retribution the likes of which we haven't seen since Richard Nixon.
Artists speak the truth to the public without fear of retribution or damage to their careers.