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Jeremy (Character)
from The Day After Tomorrow (2004)

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The Day After Tomorrow (2004)
Jeremy: Friedrich Nietzsche! We cannot burn Friedrich Nietzsche; he was the most important thinker of 19th Century!
Elsa: Oh, please! Nietzsche was a chauvinist pig, who was in love with his sister.
Jeremy: He was not a chauvinist pig.
Elsa: But he was in love with his sister.
Brian Parks: Uh... 'scuse me? You guys? Yeah... there's a whole section on tax law down here that we can burn.

Elsa: What've you got there?
Jeremy: The Gutenberg Bible... it was in the Rare Books Room.
Elsa: Think God's gonna' save you?
Jeremy: No... I don't believe in God.
Elsa: You're holding on to that Bible pretty tight.
Jeremy: I'm protecting it.
[pause as Elsa glances at J.D. throwing books on the fire]
Jeremy: This Bible... is the first book ever printed. It represents... the dawn of the Age of Reason. As far as I'm concerned, the written word is mankind's greatest achievement.
[Elsa gives a light snort]
Jeremy: You can laugh... but if Western Civilization is finished... I'm gonna' save at least one little piece of it.

Jeremy: I thought you said it was too dangerous to go outside
Sam Hall: I know I did.