Narrator: What are you talking about? This is not a fucking piece of evidence! This is a person! He's a friend of mine, and you're not going to bury him in the fucking garden.
Angel Face: He was killed serving Project Mayhem, sir.
Narrator: This is Bob.
Steph: But in Project Mayhem, we have no names.
Narrator: No, listen to me. This is a man and he has a name, and it's Robert Paulson, okay?
Mechanic: Robert Paulson.
Narrator: He is dead now, because of us, all right? You understand that?
[Everyone stares at Narrator]
Mechanic: I understand. In death, a member of Project Mayhem has a name. His name is Robert Paulson.
Steph: His name is Robert Paulson.
Narrator: Stop it! Shut up!
All Space Monkeys: His name is Robert Paulson!
All Space Monkeys (louder): His name is Robert Paulson! His name is Robert Paulson!
Narrator: This is all over with!
In know they used "project mayhem" in the movie, but "man" or "one" fits just as well. After all, each man or one is just one part of "Project Mayhem" of which is just some "organization" or "society."
So, when one "dies" within a "society", one has a name. Therefore, a name, any name, is evidence of death.
We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims;
Resistance is futile.
If you think you can, you are correct.
If you think you can't, you are correct.