Brett Arquette’s Top 10 Popular and Famous Quotes

Ten of My Favourite Brett Arquette Quotes 

Brett Arquette, a writer whom I am guessing you love? Here are our 10 best Brett Arquette quotes for you to enjoy. At Australia Unwrapped we believe every book has at least one quotable line, and our mission is to find them all. Here you will find Brett Arquette’s top 10 popular and famous quotes. Like every good writer Brett Arquette made a number of memorable quotes, here are some of our favourites: 

Popular Quotes

“His normal pattern of sleeping was problematic at best. He would fall asleep for an hour and then be jarred awake for absolutely no reason. Falling back asleep wasn’t a problem. All he had to do was read a book or watch TV and he would eventually drift off. But as soon as the next hour of REM clicked by, bang, back awake again. The pattern would repeat and repeat and repeat again until he was tired of the farce and got up and went on with another day of living.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

 “What type of food?” “What do you mean what type?” “I mean Mexican, Italian, French, American?” “I wasn’t aware that American was a type of food,” Kara said. “Sure it is. Hamburgers, fried chicken, hot dogs, apple pie; I don’t know any food more American than that.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

“She had no numbers stored on her phone. In her line of work, her phone could be liberated from her at any time. The first lesson in Spy School 101 was to keep your phone clean. No numbers. No history. Nothing that could provide an adversary information if her phone was taken from her.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

 “Hail said, “We do science. Not science fiction.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

 “Something was on him and he couldn’t shake it. He couldn’t even see it. It was a new weapon of some sort and his last regret on this earth was he wouldn’t live long enough to sell it to any of his customers.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

 “Drones that dropped drones that released drones that then silently killed people.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

“he came to the realization that it didn’t matter how old you were or what type of exercises you did. Death could come a-knocking at any time.”
― Brett Arquette, Hail Warning

 “Every civilization had to start with the basics: food, water, and shelter.”
― Brett Arquette, Hail Warning

“Food could be acquired through work, begging or thievery. But thievery was always easiest, and it certainly was the fastest. Begging took less energy than stealing, and when one lacked food, it took more energy. Then stealing trumped begging.”
― Brett Arquette, Hail Warning

“The conference room on the Nucleus could have been mistaken for any high-tech super-duper fortune five-hundred boardroom, if it wasn’t for the two distinct iron portholes welded into the shiny white wall.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

10 Famous Quotes by Author Brett Arquette

Quotes for all, here you found our selection of 10 Brett Arquette quotes. Make sure you help by commenting your best Brett Arquette quote below and sharing our favourite authors so we can look them up, read some of their works and give you the best quotes we can find. We hope you enjoyed our top 10 quotes by Brett Arquette. However, feel free to comment below if you disagree or would like to include some other great and memorable Brett Arquette quotes in our list. 

One Final Bonus – Brett Arquette Quote 

“The term micro-hub didn’t have much to do with the size of the drones. It was nomenclature Hail’s crew used to refer to a drone’s heritage. The main drone was Foghat, which dropped off the hub called Led Zeppelin or its mini-drone. The next group of hubs that were released by Led Zeppelin was referred to as micro-hubs. If those hubs parented more hubs, then those would be called nano-hubs and so on until pico has been used. Hail’s drone laboratories had never nested drones deeper than pico, so there was no need for any further classification. The inventors of the metric system in 18th century France, had little need for any terminology smaller than micro, because they didn’t have instruments fine enough to measure more minute increments. But in later years, pico, femto, atto, zepto and yocto metric increments had been established in case Hail’s team ever needed them.”
― Brett Arquette, Operation Hail Storm

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