He was just a super young fellow.
I've seen an awful lot, and I hope I never see it again. You see real suffering from people. It does a number on you.
It seems to not be an isolated incident.
Sometimes people get close to him and it explodes through him - though of course it's not him but Jesus Christ.
The story is set in a futuristic Los Angeles as it teeters on the brink of social, economic and environmental disaster.
We've gotten to the point where it has gotten to the consistency, not just one complaint.
[In yet another development, a van believed driven by Furrow contained a book,] War Cycles, Peace Cycles, ... one of the principal ideologues of Christian Identity.
It feels good to be home, to tell the truth.
I don't believe there are mobs coming up the street at closing time, ... It is the responsibility of the license holder to control the patrons leaving his establishment.