So without further ado:
"Nobody beloved gets out alive." -- Sabbath's Theater
"Old age isn't a battle, it's a massacre." -- Everyman
"Dan Quayle was there, lucid as a button." -- I Married A Communist.
"How easy life is when it's easy, and how hard when it's hard." -- The Professor of Desire
"Nor had I understood till then how the shameless vanity of utter fools can so strongly determine the fate of others." -- The Plot Against America
"Life is just a short period of time in which you are alive." -- American Pastoral
"People are unjust to anger--it can e enlivening and a lot of fun." The Counterlife
"The legend engraved on the face of the Jewish nickle--on the face of every Jewish child!--not IN GOT WE TRUST, but SOMEDAY YOU'LL BE A PARENT AND YOU'LL KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE." -- Portnoy's Complaint
Who on earth would have ever thought to describe Dan Quayle as "lucid as a button?" But it's so perfectly cutting and accurate. "Nobody beloved gets out alive" is one of my favorite turns of phrase. The main character is wandering through a cemetery and he sees that everyone there is beloved by someone else. And the line just creates itself. Brilliant.
Okay, that's all I have. Carry on with your day.