Quotes without context. Not always because they are true (as some aren't), but because they stuck out to me and are probably interesting in one way (or two).
I would like to include many interesting quotes from TypeRacer, but there are too many. Instead, here is a curated collection from my own experiences.
"Nothing counts." Prof. G.
"The mere presence of the idea was an irresistable proof of the fact." Mary Shelley, Frankenstein.
"We should have a whole course question-asking." Prof. G.
"Jim Carrey terrifies me without a mask, I don't know why I'd watch a movie when he does wear one." Prof. G.
"The migration of electronic elephants in a space close to home." Prof. G.
"At this point I cannot digest much due to lack of knowledge. Will continue my study. Thanks guys." Conan.
"With any tool, knowing when it's the right tool for the job is what makes you the artisan." Wayneh.
"It's not how many projects you start; it's how many you finish. ... If you only do one big thing a year, but you do that for 30 years, you can get a lot of things done." David Patterson, A New Golden Age of Computer Architecture.
"The complaints people have about things can be quite informative ... so complaints are good." Prof. C.