“I guess I should start at the beginning. Back when he was an embryo his mother called Kego because she mistakenly believed it was the Japanese word for hope.” The Narrator of The Navigator.
“Perspective.” He said to Miss Smith at the age of thirty five, “That’s the trick. See it as good and it probably is.”
“What is perfect. Who can define perfection. The more I learn of us the more I doubt my own head. It makes my thoughts hurt. I don’t want to be perfect.” Kego O’Grady
“I have zero respect for knowledge, that’s what computers are for. Imagination is the kicker because imagination can extrapolate, create and solve, Knowledge is just facts and shit. Mostly irrelevant.”
“What if there is some magical viral combination that became beneficial, and unbelievably self aware and helpful. A super-hero type of virus, but then again if that happened who would notice, talking of which Albert have you ever seen a flying squirrel cos I’m Kinda curious.” Young Kego O;Grady.
“Ok so how can a Texan lady show up at a fancy dress party as a Texan lady when the little one is dressed like Tinker-bell and the spaceman appears to be a zombie. Not that I’m bothered but who’s idea was the tutu on the pig huh, anyone want to explain that to me.”