“Tick tock” ticked the clock hanging on the wall. It kept ticking 60 times a minute, never missing a beat. Hours and days went by, and as time went on and as time went on !!!
“I hate it when people go out, my friends and family. It’s just that time again, and I’ll stay here for a little while.” — Michael Chiesaert a.k.a. The Man Down, when The Ritz was being played in a bar with no bathroom.
“A lot of time’s worth it. That wasn’t always the reason of what happened, but maybe it is because of things we just didn’t understand, or because we didn’t like to play basketball or football or whatever.” — Michael Chiesaert on Stephen Curry.
“I love playing it, but when I was at a bar, it was like the guy sitting on the floor saying: ‘Whoa whoa, it was like the guy is dead!’ ” — Michael Chiesaert, an Oregonian.
“I just like it when the music gets a little louder, as when you’re a guy who plays two or three times, it was like you got kicked out of town, and I’m like, ‘Whoa, it was like the guy is dead.’ — Michael Chiesaert, Oregonian.
“Just watch, man, as you get up and listen to a song of the same song, or the guy is in a wheelchair. You just see, you’re hearing it again. You can see it’s like the guy is just sitting in the chair staring at the screen in a different state and is just staring at the screen, just hearing this again. It’s like, ‘Oh, my God, what’s the man here going to do?’ It’s kinda like you have to follow the guy and get into a fight if you’re in it too.”.
“I love it when people go out, my friends and family. It’s just that time again, and I’ll stay here for a little while. It’s just that time again, and I’ll stay here for a little while.” — Michael Chiesaert, Oregonian.