"Thanks a lot you shit-brained, fuck-faced, ball breaking, duck fucking pain in the ass.”
Description: Sgt. John Spartan (Sylvester Stallone) insults a futuristic computer in the motion picture The Demolition Man (1993).
In the film, police Sgt. John Spartan (convicted of a crime he did not commit in 1996) is released from cryogenic storage in the year 2032 and discovers that this futuristic society doesn’t use toilet paper. Frustrated, he tells a machine on the wall, “Thanks a lot you shit-brained, fuck-faced, ball breaking, duck fucking pain in the ass.”
Suddenly, the Moral Statute Machine in his apartment tells him, “John Spartan, you are fined five credits for repeated violations of the Verbal Morality Statute.” John uses the violation tickets issued from the machine to better use.
John also learns from officer Lenina Huxley (Sandra Bullock) that "bad language, chocolate, gasoline, un-educational toys and anything spicy" are violations. She adds, "Abortion is also illegal, but then again so is pregnancy, if you don't have a license."
Simon Phoenix (Wesley Snipes) who (like John Spartan) had been placed into cryogenic storage for crimes against the state is released by an ambitious businessman and given the task of disrupting a now very complacent, "crime free" society.
After Simon is unfrozen from a cryogenic prison, he says, “I'm sorry to say that the world has turned into a pussy-whipped, Brady Bunch version of itself, run by a bunch of robed sissies.”
As he sets about to spread havoc, Simon asks a computer booth for information on guns. It responds: “Gun. Noun. Portable firearm. This device was widely utilized in the urban wars of the late twentieth century. Referred to as a pistol, a piece.”
Interrupting, Simon says, “Look I don't need a history lesson! C'mon, HAL, where are the god damn guns?” The Moral Statute Machine’ then interjects” You are fined one credit for a violation of the Verbal Morality Statute.” Simon Phoenix replies, What? Fuck you!”
The Moral Statute Machine answers, “Your repeated violation of the Verbal Morality Statute has caused me to notify the San Angeles Police Department. Please remain where you are for your reprimand.” Simon says, “Yeah, right” and flees the fast approaching police.
At the film’s conclusion, John Spartan activates a cryogenic device, freezes Simon Phoenix and shatters his frozen body into a million pieces. Before Simon dies, John Spartan tells Simon, “You’ll regret this for the rest of your life—both seconds of it.”