Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Fight Club Quotes

Hey people, back after some time with more Fight Club Quotes for you.

"Self-improvement is masturbation, now self destruction..."

This quote is interesting. We are always trying to improve ourselves, which is of course good, at least in my opinion. But Tyler thinks different. Tyler thinks we are all idiots for constantly worrying about how we look, what other people think and how to get better. Sometimes I agree with this, sometimes I'm also fed up with all the bullshit and just want to "let go" and "be", enjoy the moment. I've started reading Eckart Tolle's book, the Power of Now. Pretty interesting. Tolle says that our mind is possessing us, and that we are all sick, that we all have a disease of "thinking" all the time. We're never in the moment, always past or future. I'll tell you more about it once I read the entire book, just read a few pages for now. But it is interesting, like try "thinking" about nothing for 5 minutes. Just 5 minutes, almost impossible. Try not having ANY thoughts in your head, just no-mind, empty head. It's really hard :) !

So, self destruction? I sometimes have this urge to destruct myself. Really, like do nothing in life, just chill and "let the chips fall where they may". Actually this state of mind is pretty liberating. The other fight club quote which I've already mentioned a few times is:

"Only after we lose everything, are we free to become anything".

Hard one. But think about it. We are slaves of our own minds. Worry, frustration, bullshit. Half of us is addicted to computers, facebook, tv etc. I just got addicted to facebook recently. I do not even know why. I just have this feeling that I HAVE to check it out, see if there's "something new".

"The things you own end up owning you"

Why do we even upload pictures on that bullshit? I mean, what's the point. I really don't understand. But the is there. Hard to explain, but you get what I'm talking about. A few months ago I tried to live 10 days without using the TV and Computer. I lasted 3 days, then I "had" to turn it on. So much about willpower... :)

Those were the Fight Club Quotes for today,
come back later for more,

Jack :)

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The most famous Fight Club Quote

The most famous Fight Club Quote:

"Man, I see in fight club the strongest and smartest men who've ever lived. I see all this potential, and I see squandering. God damn it, an entire generation pumping gas, waiting tables; slaves with white collars. Advertising has us chasing cars and clothes, working jobs we hate so we can buy shit we don't need. We're the middle children of history, man. No purpose or place. We have no Great War. No Great Depression. Our Great War's a spiritual war... our Great Depression is our lives. We've all been raised on television to believe that one day we'd all be millionaires, and movie gods, and rock stars. But we won't. And we're slowly learning that fact. And we're very, very pissed off. "

So, what do you think? Heh :) Read it again. So much said in just a few sentences. Awesome. Think about it.

I'll be back later,
Jack :)

Sunday, June 22, 2008

5 more Fight Club Quotes

I am mad right now. Furious actually, when I realize how social conditioning is still effecting me. You can't escape it completely, society is built in a way that it brainwashes us to be stupid robots buying bullshit we don't need, doing things just to look "cooler" or having us in fears, fears and more fucking fears. Fear is my greatest enemy.

I HATE fear! I've been cured, well, I've cured myself from most of the bullshit I could, I've looked fear in the eyes hundreds of times and said GET THE F$%K OUT OF HERE! But what is bothering me is when I see my friends and other good people around me full of indecisiveness, shyness and insecurities. Fuck off! Be a man, step up. OK. Enough rambling, back to some Fight Club Quotes, actually I'll write a bunch of them today :) Man, I love Fight Club, it pumps me up just to think about it. Especially when I'm in the gym pumping some iron, I feel like a lion.

Fight Club Quote #1:
Narrator: Oh, it's late. Hey, thanks for the beer.
Tyler Durden: Yeah, man.
Narrator: I should find a hotel.
Tyler Durden: [in disbelief] What?
Narrator: What?
Tyler Durden: A hotel?
Narrator: Yeah.
Tyler Durden: Just ask, man.
Narrator: What are you talking about?
Tyler Durden: Three pitchers of beer, and you still can't ask.
Narrator: What?
Tyler Durden: You call me because you need a place to stay.
Narrator: Oh, hey, no, no, no, I didn't mean...
Tyler Durden: Yes, you did. Just ask. Cut the foreplay and just ask.
Narrator: Would - would that be a problem?
Tyler Durden: Is it a problem for you to ask?
Narrator: Can I stay at your place?
Tyler Durden: Yeah.

Read this again. "Cut the foreplay and just ask". Interesting. People are so fuckin' fake. Everyone knows what's going on but everyone is acting as if they were stupid or something. Why is everyone so incredibly fake, just lies and bullshit. Everyone's going indirect at things, what the fuck!? Where are the people that tell you everything they think in the face, where are the people with balls, with guts? Lies are killing us, there's too much to remember. A few years ago when I got fed up with all the bullshit in my life (and believe me there was a lot of it) I was inspired to change not just by Fight Club but an older guy that had a lot of influence on me. This guy, David, was "crazy". He literally had the balls to say and do whatever the fuck he wanted to do. He looked like shit, fat, ugly but this guy had more confidence then anyone I ever knew. He could literally say ANYTHING and not give a fuck, he's 100% honest, no lies, no bullshit. The guys fearless. Anyway when I met him and saw what he was like I was furious, no. I was jelous. I was like, how come I don't have this kind of freedom? To be straightforward, to get away from the fears, and just be myself completely. Then I read a book called Radical Honesty by Brad Blanton (check it out). This book changed my life forever... It is just so fucking powerful when you do not care, when you are what you are, natural, no fear.

Fight Club Quote #2:
Narrator: When people think you're dying, they really, really listen to you, instead of just...
Marla Singer: - instead of just waiting for their turn to speak?

So true. Life sucks and then you die. Just joking. But really, think about it. People are fucking assholes. A lot of my guy friends ask me stuff like "Jack what should I talk about with this girl bla bla I'm stupid I don't know what to talk about" (idiots talk about their JOBs! with girls - BORING!) and I'm like: "Dude, just let her talk about herself and she'll love you." This is true for everyone, most people's favorite conversation topic is themselves. I this, I that, I this, I that and they actually most of the time don't give a damn about what you're talking about.

What I hate most is that people are FAKING interest all the time. And it's so obvious. How can they be so stupid?! For example, (just look around you you can see it everywhere). Jane is talking to Jessica about her problem with her boyfriend and Jessica is looking at Jane as if she was talking about the most fucking important thing on this planet and she's just saying: "Wow, really, oh, so bad, that sucks, aha, yeah, yeah, yeah." Come on, what the fuck. Be yourself, stop the bullshit. I'm not saying that there are no people that are honest and natural, but it's rare, at least from my experience.

Figth Club Quote #3:
Narrator: What do you do for a living?
Tyler Durden: Why? So you can pretend like you're interested?

Fight Club Quote #4
"And then, something happened. I let go. Lost in oblivion. Dark and silent and complete. I found freedom. Losing all hope was freedom. "

It's just like "only when you lose everything are you free to become anything". Is losing all hope freedom? Think about it. A man that has nothing to lose is free. You don't depend on anything and nothing depends on you, you are free to be whatever you want to be. You can actually be whatever you want to be in life. Most people don't understand that they DO have choice in their life. It's your choice, you can go left or right. It depends on you. I completely agree that we shape our own destiny. And it's all in our head. It's incredible what people can accomplish just by having willpower to succeed and not giving up. Have you ever heard about the Law of Attraction? If not, check this out here. To see more real information go to www.thesecret.tv It's AWESOME, so fucking powerful. Anything is possible, you just have to go get it and fight for it.

Fight Club Quote #5
"Fuck what you know. You need to forget about what you know, that's your problem. Forget about what you think you know about life, about friendship, and especially about you and me. "

This is exactly what you need to do when you want to change your life. It is harder to unlearn then to learn. You have to delete all the bullshit from your head and take the red pill. Oh, by that way, if you haven't watched The Matrix, then go rent it IMMEDIATELY!

Gotta go, more Fight Club Quotes later,
Jack :)

Thursday, June 19, 2008

Fight Club Quote: Let the chips fall where they may

This is one of my favorite Fight Club quotes because it teaches you a lot about being cool:

"Fuck off with your sofa units and strine green stripe patterns, I say never be complete, I say stop being perfect, I say let... lets evolve, let the chips fall where they may."

Is it so hard to just relax and stop thinking about bullshit so much? Why are we all so fucking frustrated all the time? I know so many smart people that have this tendency to think too much. They just go on and on and on thinking about utterly irrelevant bullshit, they're actually thinking (and worrying) themselves to death. Nowadays it's rare to find someone who is just cool and easy going . I think the media wants us to worry and think about bullshit all the time. Fight Club is fantastic, it has so many messages that can completely change the way you look at people, yourself and life in general.

A few years ago I just said "fuck it" I'm not going to be negative anymore, I'm not going to be nervous or anything. I'm gonna be cool... I will not give a damn about stupid things anymore. "Relax and enjoy your life" - that's what I told myself. Let the chips fall where they may. Just Let go. Be free! ... I mostly agree with this, but not completely. I think everyone should always give his/her best to evolve and become a better person. The formula for success is action, but chill in your head. Stop worrying all the time, stop the fear. If you fuck up? Who cares, try again. If you fuck up again? Then, try again! Try until you win or accomplish what you wanted to, but let go in your head, stay cool. Stop fear, stop worrying all the time, stop negativity, stop whining and bullshiting. Step the f$&k up, be a man!

The moment I started to be cool and just chill, enjoy the moment and not give a damn about what other people think of me I started having a lot more success in everything, especially with girls :) like this one on the pic :) (I guess they love it when you're just relaxed and when they can be themselves around you, no pressure, no bullshit, just feel comfortable). Well, actually a book helped me too, check it out here if you want. This book actually has a lot of stuff like Fight Club in it. It tells you how to naturally be attractive, no nonsense. It teaches you how to be strong, dominant, alpha and cool. It helped me a lot, but it's all useless if you don't DO what the book tells you to. I hate it that people never finish things. You can't search for a magic pill, 'cause there is no magic pill. People have no patience. Everyone is nervous. Chicks HATE nervous, needy and frustrated guys. Whatever, check out the book if you want, it's cool. (p.s.: I'll write some more about success with girls later. I think it can be helpful for many of you clueless chumps out there that are boring beautiful ladies to death ;) )

Back to Fight Club Quotes... Let the chips fall where they may. Don't worry about bullshit and stay cool, think positive and go to the top. Fight Club probably had the biggest influence on me to change my life... to change everything. Deep down in myself I felt this shit, emptiness or something like that. I felt as if something was missing, something was wrong... like a hole in my chest. Then I saw Fight Club and it felt like a punch in the face. I was like: "Dude, you have to change some shit RIGHT NOW! Not tomorrow, not later, now." And I did... Man, my life is much better now. Whoever searches for answers will find some. You just have to keep on pushing and punching until you get what you want. OK, sorry I went a bit offtopic here :) Next quote...

Fight Club Quote:

"All the ways you wish you could be, that's me. I look like you wanna look, I fuck like you wanna fuck, I am smart, capable, and most importantly, I am free in all the ways that you are not."

Interesting quote. Think about it for a second. Just look at the confidence on Tyler's face when he's saying this. Just look at the confidence in these sentences... But the one that intrigues me the most is this last one: "I am free in all the ways that you are not" Freedom. Interesting topic. What is freedom? Is freedom when you're not dependent on anyone else? Maybe. Is freedom when you can do whatever you want to do whenever you want to do it? Probably. Is freedom when you have a lot of choice? Maybe. Who knows. Everyone has a different definition for freedom, it depends which way you're looking at it. I think that what Tyler refers to with: "I am free in all the ways that you are not" is that he has a freedom that comes from within. Something a bit spiritual... He has no material wants, he does not NEED anything, he is free to do whatever he wants to do. There's nothing stopping him from being what he really is in his nature, no masks, no lies, no bullshit, no layers of social conditioning. Nothing. He is what he is, free from all the bullshit society is trying to throw at him. It is sad that so many people look for happiness on the outside and they don't understand that buying things and a bunch of money won't make them really happy, it's just temporary happiness. OK. Whatever :)

I hope this post helped you to think about yourself a little bit :),
I have to go now but I'll be back with more Fight Club Quotes later,
comments are welcome,
Jack :)

p.s.: Remember, let the chips fall where they may ;) stop worrying, relax and enjoy your life

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Are you doing what YOU WANT to do?

"Tomorrow will be the most beautiful day of Raymond K. Hessel's life. His breakfast will taste better than any meal you and I have ever tasted."

This is a fantastic scene from Fight Club. Tyler is pointing a gun at a young Chinese clerk that's been working in a shop. Raymond is on his knees and is begging for his life. Tyler asks him what he wanted to do in his life, he wanted to become a veterinarian but didn't ('cause he had to work).

Tyler: I know who you are and where you live Raymond, if you're not on your way to becoming a veterinarian in 3 weeks I will find you and kill you. Now go home...

Raymond ran away in tears. Tyler: "Tomorrow will be the most beautiful day of Raymond K. Hessel's life. His breakfast will taste better than any meal you and I have ever tasted." Isn't this true? :) We start to value things in life only when we almost die. We are grateful for little things only when we understand that life is a gift and we should use it. Do what you want to do, not what other people tell you to do. Live your dream. It's your life.

A man I truly admire once said: "Life is too short to be living somebody else's dreams" - Hugh Hefner (biography) So true... Once you almost die you start viewing things differently. You start to appreciate life more. The food, the people, the nature, yourself. Live every day as if it was your last - many have said this.

The first thing that is stopping all of us to do what we would REALLY want to do in life is FEAR.
Fear is killing us. It is protecting us, but killing us. We are so afraid of public humiliation, what other people think and other completely stupid BS that we end up crazy. We are so afraid from telling people what we think in the face that we are actually destroying ourselves with silence. Lies are killing us, actually. Have you ever thought about what would happen if for 1 day you would be completely honest. No lies, only 100% honesty with people. Straight to the point, in their face, everything you really think. What would happen?

Watch this video:

Life could be beautiful, you could feel free. From yourself. From bs. Just be yourself, no fears, nothing. Life is great actually, it's just all about the way you think and the way you see the world. The glass can be half full or half empty. You always have a choice. So, are you doing what you want to do? Think about this for a moment. Who are you? What is your identity? Remember:

"You are not your job. You are not the contents of your wallet. You are not your fuckin' khakis. You are the all singing all dancing crap of the world"

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More Fight Club quotes coming later,
Jack :)

Saturday, June 7, 2008

The things you own end up owning you

My favorite Fight Club quote:
"The things you own end up owning you"

Why do I love Fight Club so much? - Because of the attitude. FC has this energy, it opens your eyes and tells you to wake up and be alive, really alive! It tells you to not care about stupid things and just be cool about life the way it is. Enjoy it, feel it, but not depend on it. Be free. Free yourself from yourself...

Stop and look around yourself for a moment. Are you a relaxed person, are you cool and calm or do you get upset because of "important" things? Wherever I look I see desperate, nervous and frustrated people. Not everywhere, but it's a majority. Why is this? Why can't they relax and enjoy the moment, why are they under so much pressure? Why?! What the hell are these people thinking?

We are constantly running around in circles, like idiots. Go to your cubicle, work 8 hours, go home, watch TV (like an idiot), eat crap(fast) food (that probably makes you stupider), go to sleep... Then again... wake up, go to work, work work work (like a rat, no like a slave), make someone else rich. Go home. Eat, watch TV, sleep. Work work work. What's the point?! All the time... watch out what you say, watch out! Don't look at that girl, be nice, be good, say thank you, do this do that. Be nice, be polite, be "good" (translation: Stand in line. Don't be different. Be a robot. Follow rules and be a good slave).

Why is society telling us what to do all the time? Are they making robots out of us? Well... yes. Not just robots, but SLAVES. "Slaves with white collars" as Tyler Durden would say :) Think about this for a moment... Are you not angry? Don't you feel a rush of anger in your body, don't you want to destroy? Anger, hatred, frustration, negativity, sadness, weakness, self pity... that is what they wants us to feel. Why? Hahaha... well, easy :) THEY WANT YOU TO BUY THINGS! That's why. They want you to be sad, they want you to be frustrated and negative. They want you to suffer and feel miserable about your life and yourself. They want this so you will go to a store and buy your happiness (temporary happiness of course). Sad? Buy a new car! (Yeah great You buy it. you're happy for a month and then what? You're sad again. Buy something else - society tells you...).

"We're consumers. We are by-products of a lifestyle obsession. Murder, crime, poverty, these things don't concern me. What concerns me are celebrity magazines, television with 500 channels, some guy's name on my underwear. Rogaine, Viagra, Olestra."

Do you want to end up like this guy?

It's not funny. It's sad. Well, funny too :) I almost laughed myself to death. Just imagine this guy, millions of people WANT TO DO THE SAME THING HE DID. The only difference is that he had the guts to do it. This is Fight Club in real life. And all I can say to this man is - respect. I'm not recommending anyone to do this of course, but just think about it. Do you want to end up like this guy? I Guess not.

BS!! We need to wake up and evolve. We need to open our eyes and see the truth. You don't need that to be happy, happiness comes from within, not from the outside. Remember you CAN be happy. We've been brainwashed. I'll talk about the Law of Attraction later in other articles.

"The things you own end up owning you" How much time do you spend on the internet every day? How much time do you spend watching TV? Think about this Fight Club quote... Do you own your TV or does the TV own you? Who is the boss?

Wake up. Life is short, don't waste it...
More Fight Club quotes later.
Jack :)

Friday, June 6, 2008

A few Fight Club quotes

Here are some fight club quotes that I like:

"How much can you possibly know about yourself if you've never been in a fight?"

- interesting, isn't it? How many of you has never been in a real fight? Do you know what happens. In just a few microseconds you have crazy adrenalin rush, your heart starts pounding 10 times faster, it's like BAM BAM BAM... everything suddenly slows down and gets faster at the same time, your senses are better. You hear better, you see better, you feel some kind of energy and YOU FEEL ALIVE! Someone hit's you, and you actually don't feel strong pain, when adrenalin hit's you, there just isn't so much pain in the punches, you just hit like crazy.

People never get in fights 'cause they have so many fears. So, OK. I'm not saying you should start fighting, all I'm saying is that you should always be ready for a crazy fight and that you should step up as a man and not let anyone f#@k with you.

Fight Club is probably one of the greatest movies made. It has an incredible message for us. My favorite movies are 1. Fight Club 2. The Matrix 3. The Pursuit of Happiness 4. The Godfather. 5. Wimbledon. The point of good movies are the message they carry. I'll write about other movies too sometimes, but mostly fight club style and lifestyle. It's about being a crazy person, that loves life and enjoys it to the fullest. And not some scared, shy idiot. Anyway, back to the topic...

"It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything."

Now isn't this true... Maybe yes, maybe not. But think about it for a second. How are people controlled on this planet? By fear. Fear from this, fear from that, fear from whatever. Fear, fear and more f*#king fear. Now that is really stupid. People are afraid to REALLY be alive, to do what they really want to do, to live the life they really want to live. Why? Because they think too much about what other people think of them. They are not free. People that give a damn about other peoples opinion CANNOT BE FREE to do anything and to enjoy themselves.

Why are we so concerned with what other people think? Is it the fear that we will lose status if we do something that is not "normal"? WTF is normal anyway? Who decides what is and what isn't normal? You have to take the red pill in life and know the truth. Most people are too stupid to realize that they can actually be happy in life. Whatever.

It's only after we've lost everything that we're free to do anything. - yes. Imagine you don't have anything in life. Nobody, nothing. Nothing to lose. Only then are you completely free, because you don't care, you just do it, you live it, you are alive. And that is what we need to do, awaken, open our eyes to the truth...

Gotta go.
Jack :)