My Favorite Quotes
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 Dan Aykroyd - “When I was sixteen I was pretending to be Charlie Musselwhite. I had a long raincoat on, my hair slicked back, and the shades.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “We've got to support Bush as the commander in chief and we've got to support those young men and women who are out there protecting our big, fat, bloated lifestyle.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “So often you don't even notice it.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “I do want to say a special hello to my neighbor Mr. Erskine. But you have to be a Flames fan in Calgary.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “I'm a died-in-the-wool Canadian liberal so there's certain aspects of my character that would have like to have seen a Democratic victory in this nation here, but now that the President has bee re-elected I think its incumbent upon us to all stop moping and give him the 4 years to finish off this conflict.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “You look at the floor and see the floor. I look at the floor and see molecules.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “Greetings and death to our enemies.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “Well, the common enemy in North America is the Western consumer. The consumer has driven oil up to 50 a barrel so we have to have these wars. I think it's incumbent upon us to.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “I live in a high rise with my family part of the year in New York and I don't know three quarters of the people in the building. We live in the same square-footage and I wouldn't know who they were.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “There's huge, massive mother ships going up to the Yukon. They've been filmed and are on video.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “We must come to the point where we realize the concept of race is a false one. There is only one race, the human race.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “I love to come in and play with a wig or glasses or clothes. I love using props. I'm from the Peter Sellers school of trying to prepare for the character.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “Bill would try anything - and get away with anything. He always looked as if he didn't particularly care, but he cared very much about what he did and how he did it.”
 Dan Aykroyd - “The city of Chicago was a character in the movie, as depicted by Landis and I think all of us, in the affection we had for it. It really is one of the characters of the movie. It really comes alive as a beautiful place.”