Angela: For future reference you should know that the living tend to interest me just a little more than the dead do.
Angela: I just don't, I don't understand. Why me? Why me? I am nobody. I am nothing. They knew, they knew everything about me. They knew. They knew what I ate, they knew what I drank, they knew what movies that I watch, they knew, they knew, they knew what, where I was from, they knew what cigarettes I used to smoke, and, and, and everything they, they did, they must have watched on the, on the Internet, I don't know, watched my credit cards? Our whole lives are on the computer, and they knew, they knew that I could be vanished. They knew that nobody would care, that nobody would understand, and that you would, that it wouldn't matter anymore.
Angela: I'm surprised you didn't kill me then fuck me!
Angela: Just think about it. Our whole world is sitting there on a computer. It's in the computer, everything: your, your DMV records, your, your social security, your credit cards, your medical records. It's all right there. Everyone is stored in there. It's like this little electronic shadow on each and everyone of us, just, just begging for someone to screw with, and you know what? They've done it to me, and you know what? They're gonna do it to you.
Angela: So, what's this for?
[showing Jack his gun]
Jack: It's uh... it's for shark fishing.
Angela: Shark fishing... with a silencer?
Jack: Yeah. You certainly seem to know your ordnance.
Angela: Colorado. You grow up with guns.
Angela: Such a nightmare! It's like I'm not even me anymore.
Angela: They hack into computers and they cause this chaos.
Angela: They screwed up my life and took my fingerprints.
Angela: What is this? Oh my God.
Angela: You know the story. I thought I was lonely, and he forgot he was married.