This is my very own collection of TimQuotes based on another collection by Bnielson. Bnielson has a fabulous list that is much longer. The following are the ones that made me laugh out loud. Thanks, Tim!
When I tried to click on "Settings", it threw me up on the page
Preferable to "the page threw up on me." Looking at it.  (2013-07-10)
A lot of the designs ConceptDawg tried were basically poop-colored. You don't want to be within one "standard monitor deviation" of poop.  (2013-07-02)
I want to know what "static: /1271557262" means on the bottom line. Is that all we are? Static??
No. It's static electricity. We make money by sucking small amounts of electricity out of your fingers.  (2012-08-18)
Looking for conversations that way would be like looking for bald eagles by picking a random tree and looking up it.  (2011-07-29)
What's Spalding's First Law of LT Features?
I believe it's: Whatever feature it is, someone will want it to be optional.  (2011-04-22)
(Re: copyright on LT)
That's exactly right. None of this would ever come up. That's another reason for treating this normally, not like cryptonite.  (2010-09-20)
You'd think some VP of nothingness could send me an email.  (2009-11-17)
I would like to go out on a limb and say something that will offend the LibraryThing base more seriously than any political, religious or literary comment I've ever made: I don't like cats. I'm allergic to them. And I don't like them either. They don't love you enough. They are lazy. They are scary. They tick me off. Cats suck. Let the exodus begin!  (2009-10-27)
I've ended up meeting some of my LT friends in real time, even visiting them.
Wouldn't it be weird if you planned a dinner party for them all, and they turned out to be one person?  (2009-10-27)
Looking at the account details, they were trying to impersonate themselves.  (2009-10-27)
Stop singing Kumbaya, people. I don't trust it when everyone agrees with me—where's Zoe?  (2009-10-09)
I once went on a blind date with somebody that turned out to be an ardent Shelfari supporter. That was weird.
I hope that, when she gave you her email, you sent it to 10,000 contacts.  (2009-10-06)
LibraryThing reviews are almost invariably better written and, simply, from people with more intellect and taste. The "OMG!!!!!!!" count is much lower, and the uses-capital-letters percent higher;  (2009-08-08)
New TOS rule: No foot metaphors.  (2009-06-19)
Since All Collections isn't a collection could the UI reflect that a little more. Right now, it looks like any other collection.
I could make it look like a turtle.  (2009-06-12)
We should do a chart that shows author deaths by year. I think it will show we're in the midst of a great author die-off. An asteroid, perhaps.  (2009-04-30)
The LT data model is not good for DVDs. The library data model isn't either, and that's where we get them. It is, however, ideal for stuffed bobcats, and I wonder at Lorax for his opposition to this gentle, noble animal.  (2009-04-17)
Fundamentally, though, we didn't think it was fair to Random House or Harper Collins, giving us advance copies of the newest book by a top author, to have some two-year old self-published book showing up on the same list, or higher because it was called "Aardvark Aardvark".  (2009-01-21)
I think you were just above the point where the cat has time to turn around before hitting the ground.  (2008-11-21)
In most cases I think "partner" is the best term. But I could well see other terms used, if appropriate to the situation (eg., girlfriend, love slave, fuck friend, common-law wife, spiritual bride, etc.)  (2008-11-20)
Ha. Don't get people started. The boy who cried "collections," I am.  (2008-11-03)
Please note that Alana is playing with designs--coming up with ideas that could inform the final design. She's not deciding on functionality, so stop worrying that she's killed your favorite feature because it's not mentioned in her designs. Besides, killing beloved features is my job!  (2008-10-23)
Ah, the biggest problem with LibraryThing. To me "library" is a collection of books. I have a library. My family had one. But to a lot of people--including readers--"library" only means an institutional library. Damn them.  (2008-10-23)
We could, for example, have a tab for every possible page on LT. With 32 million tabs, there would be no need to waste any clicks at all.  (2008-10-13)
Maybe we need a flag for "What the f—?"  (2008-09-14)
At the moment, I think it would split the community. That would be good, if LibraryThing was an amoeba.  (2008-09-01)
You'll be able to hide the "Read but Unowned" collection and make a new one for "Library Books," but you will NOT be able to rename the "standard set" of collections. If we allowed that, people would be renaming "Currently Reading" as "Wish List," and cats would lie down with dogs.  (2008-08-22)
Chris and I are like Lennon and McCartney! (I'm McCartney.)  (2008-07-27)
Sometimes I comment on a topic because I enjoy hashing through the issue or going after something or someone--in this case anti-yellow crusaders.  (2008-07-26)
Favorite bookstores I understand. But I don't understand the others. The only real feature there is exhibitionism. It's like asking for a tattoo in invisible ink.  (2008-07-26)
To Tim: I dearly love your sense of humor and the colorful way you express yourself. It adds much to why I find LT entertaining! :)