Kentucky Route Zero
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- Hey, I understand: you have got to do the job you're paid to do. Maybe get some rest somewhere in there; maybe have a drink. Then back at it. There's a valor in that rhythm.
- Joseph Wheatree to Conway
- It's kinda long, kinda like a short poem, I think. One of those short poems that really sums it all up.
- Joseph to Conway, about the computer's password in the gas station.
- Just try to think like a poet.
- Joseph Wheatree to Conway, about the computer's password in the gas station.
- When people ask about my work, I always say "it's pretty OK." That way I don't have to think about it.
- Joseph Wheatree to Conway.
- I guess I took the low road, in the end.
- Joseph Wheatree to Conway, about his work.
- You know, everyone hits trouble at some point or another. Well, not everyone, but most of us do.
- Joseph Wheatree to Conway, about Márquez family.
- The road can do that. It's hypnotic: puts you into a kind of a highway fugue.
- Joseph Wheatree to Shannon Márquez, about Conway being sleepy while driving.