Patch Adams
written by Steve Oedekerk, from the books by Patch Adams & Maureen Mylander

Hunter "Patch" Adams: So what now huh? What do you want from me? (looks over the cliff) Yeah I could do it. Both know you wouldn't stop me. So answer me please. Tell me what you're doing. Okay lets look at the logic. You create man. Man suffers enormous amounts of pain. Man dies... Heh, maybe you should've had just a few more brain storming sessions prior to creation. You rested on the seventh day, maybe you should have spent it on compassion. (looks over the cliff again.) You know what? You're not worth it.

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