Mr. Turner: Miss Sawyer, you know we have a policy regarding wardrobe that's offensive or profane.
Peyton: [points to her locker] Does that policy extend to lockers, 'cuz you haven't removed that yet have you?
Mr. Turner: You know the drill: go to the office and change or be sent home.
Peyton: Ok, Mr. Turner, have you ever heard of Victor Jara? No? Um... he was this musician, right, and he fought injustice with his songs and when they broke his hands and when they taunted him, he just sang even louder.
Mr. Turner: Look, Peyton, oppression's not exactly a mystery to me, ok? I feel your pain.
Peyton: No... no you don't. Ok, I'm sorry, but you don't know anything about my pain!

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One Tree Hill Season 2 Episode 10: "Don't Take Me for Granted"
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One Tree Hill Season 2 Episode 10 Quotes

Anna: First they put away the dealers,keep our kids safe and off the street. Then they put away the prostitutes, keep married men cloistered at home. Then they shooed away the bums, then they beat and bashed the queers, turned away asylum-seekers, fed us suspicions and fears. We didn't raise our voice, we didn't make a fuss. It's funny there was no one left to notice when they came for us.
Peyton: Anna, it's not about who I am, okay. It's about who they are. They are people who hate, and they divide, and they feed off of people who don't fight back. Yeah I could laugh this off, but what about the girl who can't? Who's gonna help her? Silence only makes them stronger.

Lucas: Nathaniel Hawthorne once wrote: No man, for any considerable period can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the true.