Things we learned from Ghostbusters

  • “Get her!” is not a good plan.
  • “Nobody steps on a church in my town.” is a solid life rule.
  • Sometime you have to cross the streams.
  • If you actually do “tell them about the twinkie” it will likely just result in getting you locked up.
  • Alternating the two highest notes on a piano is annoying to ghosts.
  • Every guy wants a fireman’s pole linking the upper story and the lower story of their house.
  • Being able to clear your mind of all thoughts is a useful skill.  Take a seminar on meditation.
  • At least don’t think about mascots when in a life and death situation.
  • Unlicensed nuclear accelerators work fine even without a real field test.
  • Disturbingly if someone blows their nose, someone might want to keep it.
  • It is a crime if nothing ever happens in the bedroom.
  • At university, they give you money and facilities, but you don’t need to produce results.
  • Not getting involved with possessed people should be a rule more than a guideline.
  • It is fair to dissuade the skeptical with “Back off man.  I’m a scientist.”
  • And most importantly, if someone asks you if you’re a god, you say yes!

Some of these lessons might be better than others.

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2 thoughts on “Things we learned from Ghostbusters

  1. Tim says:

    It’s also apparently possible to drill a hole in you head.

  2. David Silvestri says:

    Hot chicks are really dogs when all is said and done.

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