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1. "En tanto que nosotros hemos preferido siempre adaptar nuestra economía y tecnología a los seres humanos, no nuestros seres humanos a la economía y tecnología de otros. Importamos lo que no podemos fabricar; pero fabricamos e importamos sólo lo que podemos permitirnos. Y lo que podemos permitirnos está limitado, no sólo por las libras, marcos y dólares que poseemos, sino también, y principalmente... principalmente por nuestro deseo de ser felices, nuestra ambición de ser humanos."
Author: Aldous Huxley
2. "Sarah wonders if whatever secrets Grace is protecting feel the same as her own, sometimes just fuzzy and ticklish, like a littler of kittens trying to climb and paw their way out, and sometimes with claws bared, kittens grown to tigers, camouflaged but always ready to spring."
Author: Beth Neff
3. "It was right after 9/11 and I decided to walk around the grounds of the Pentagon, because I had never been there. Out of nowhere comes this speeding camouflaged golf cart and this guy starts yelling at me, 'What do you think you're doing!' The guy wrote my name down and began to follow me before I got really scared and took off as fast as I could."
Author: Bill Burr
4. "On the theft of his material by Denis Leary: "I have a scoop for you. I stole his act. I camouflaged it with punchlines, and to really throw people off, I did it before he did."
Author: Bill Hicks
5. "I've been touted for my guacamole. I'll stand by my method. People have asked me to come to their home and prepare it. Restaurants have asked me about it."
Author: Billy Gibbons
6. "Shopping in Thailand is super cheap and generally high quality. Bangkok is also safe. If you see anybody wearing camouflage holding a machete, don't be scared. They sell coconuts."
Author: Bobby Lee
7. "And the Shdaow fell upon the Land, and the World was riven stone from stone. The oceans fled, and the mountains were swallowed up, and the nations were scattered to the eight corners of the World. The moon was as blood, and the sun was as ashes. The seas boiled, and the living envied the dead. All was shattered, and all but memory lost, and one memory above all others, of him who brought the Shadow and the Breaking of the World. And him they named Dragon. - from Aleth nin Taerin alta Camora, The Breaking of the World. Authoer unknown, the Fourth Age."
Author: Brandon Sanderson
8. "Algunos de nosotros dedicamos la vida entera a mantener oculto un secreto, a salvo de quienes intentan entrometerse y atesorándolo como si fuera una perla, solo para acabar descubriendo que se nos escapa cuando menos lo esperamos, revelado por un destello de miedo en los ojos cuando nos pillan desprevenidos, por un dolor repentino, rabia u odio, o por una vergüenza que lo consume todo."
Author: C.W. Gortner
9. "A questão é: você já reparou como nós esmagamos uma barata numa boa e não sentimos remorso nenhum, apesar de estarmos na realidade exterminando uma vida? Pois é. Fazemos isso porque não nos identificamos com a barata. Porque ela é muito diferente de nós. [...] Pensando por esse lado, acho que algumas pessoas às vezes tendem a fazer do mesmo jeito com relação a outras. Ou seja, elas veem com distanciamento aqueles com quem não se identificam logo de cara, entende? É como se o estranho, que não faz parte do mesmo grupo que nós, fosse visto como um ser inferior... Quase uma barata!"
Author: Camilo Gomes Jr.
10. "Powerful to alleviate, to delay, to camouflage, though money is, in the end it lets us down."
Author: Caryll Houselander
11. "I feel guilty looking at those "People of Walmart" photos you see on the Internet. It's not cool to make fun of pitiful people. You really think anyone who wasn't batshit crazy would walk out of the house in a camouflage mankini and a Confederate flag ball cap to go buy some new furnace filters? No, he's cray-cray."
Author: Celia Rivenbark
12. "Para que un tedio como ése llegue a Icamole se requiere de la complicidad de autor, correctores, editores, impresores, libreros y hasta lectores; eso sin contar a la pareja del escritor, que le dice sí, mi vida, tú sí escribes bien bonito. Delincuencia organizada, dice él"
Author: David Toscana
13. "The real secret to guacamole is that you use exactly the elements that you need, which is cilantro, onion, tomato, and jalapenos. And, of course, avocado."
Author: Demian Bichir
14. "For the anarch, little has changed; flags have meaning for him, but not sense. I have seen them in the air and on the ground like leaves in May and November; and I have done so as a contemporary and not just as a historian. The May Day celebration will survive, but with a different meaning. New portraits will head up the processions. A date devoted to the Great Mother is re-profaned. A pair of lovers in the wood pays more homage to it. I mean the forest as something undivided, where every tree is still a liberty tree.For the anarch, little is changed when he strips off a uniform that he wore partly as fool's motley, partly as camouflage. It covers his spiritual freedom, which he will objectivate during such transitions. This distinguishes him from the anarchist, who, objectively unfree, starts raging until he is thrust into a more rigorous straitjacket."
Author: Ernst Jünger
15. "Estamos destinados a inventar nuestro destino, sin segundas oportunidades. Por eso los hombres nos equivocamos y nos defraudamos, y cometemos atrocidades, pero también, gracias a eso, podemos transformar nuestra vida, inventar sus contenidos."
Author: Fernando Savater
16. "Las obras de los grandes poetas aún no han sido leídas por la humanidad -sólo los grandes poetas son capaces de leerlas-. Las masas, sin embargo, las leen como si leyeran las estrellas…; si hay suerte, como astrólogos, pero no como astrónomos. A la mayoría de las personas se les enseña a leer sólo para su propia comodidad, como si se les enseñará a contar para que puedan comprobar las cuentas y no ser engañados. Pero del leer como noble ejercicio intelectual no tienen idea; además, sólo hay una cosa que se puede llamar leer en el más alto sentido de la palabra: no aquello que nos adormece narcotizando nuestros más altos sentimientos, sino aquello a lo que hay que acercarse de puntillas, aquello a lo que dedicamos nuestras mejores horas de vigilia"."
Author: Henry David Thoreau
17. "Mi nieto corría delante con los pies para los lados y moviendo los brazos como un pato. Nos acercamos al arroyo, tumultuoso en invierno, donde habíamos esparcido tus cenizas. Lo reconoció al punto.-Paula estaba enferma ayer-dijo; para él todo pasado era ayer.-Sí. Se murió.-¿Quién la mató?-No es como en la televisión, Alejandro, a veces la gente se enferma y se muere, así no más.-Adónde van los muertos?-No sé exactamente.-Ella se fue por allí-dijo señalando el arroyo.-Sus cenizas se fueron en el agua, pero su espíritu vive en este bosque.¿No te parece lindo?-No. Sería mejor que viviera con nosotros-decidió."
Author: Isabel Allende
18. "Ombrosa non c'è più. Guardando il cielo sgombro, mi domando se è davvero esistita. Quel frastaglio di rami e foglie, biforcazioni, lobi, spiumii, minuto e senza fine, e il cielo a sprazzi irregolari e ritagli, forse c'era solo perché ci passasse mio fratello con suo leggero passo di codibugnolo, era un ricamo fatto di nulla che assomiglia a questo filo d'inchiostro, come l'ho lasciato correre per pagine e pagine, zeppo di cancellature, di rimandi, di sgorbi nervosi, di macchie, di lacune, che a momenti si sgrana in grossi acini chiari, a momenti si infittisce in segni minuscoli come semi puntiformi, ora si ritorce su se stesso, ora si biforca, ora collega grumi di frasi con contorni di foglie o di nuvole, e poi si intoppa, e poi ripiglia a attorcigliarsi, e corre e corre e si sdipana e avvolge un ultimo grappolo insensato di parole idee sogni ed è finito."
Author: Italo Calvino
19. "For lunch, we drove into the hills and parked in the dappled shade of a big sycamore, its powdery white bark like a woman's body against the uncanny blue sky."
Author: Janet Fitch
20. "When you're on your deathbed, you won't regret not having spent more time cleaning. Buy brown carpet, to camouflage the coffee stains."
Author: Jarod Kintz
21. "Do you care about your image?' Even as the words were coming out of my mouth, I was mentally kicking myself. He'd been kidding around, and meanwhile I sounded like an afternoon special. But he didn't seem to mind.'Sure. It's my armor.''Your what?' The WALK sign flashed, and he put a hand on my elbow as we crossed the street. And yes, even that faint pressure on that small spot made my entire arm tingle.'My armor. You know. Self-protective camouflage. Everybody has an armor. Even you, I bet, even though I still haven't figured out what form yours takes."
Author: Jennifer Sturman
22. "In art, scandal is a false narrative, a smoke screen that camouflages rather than reveals. When we don't know what we're seeing, we overreact."
Author: Jerry Saltz
23. "Dormir, según se sabe, es el mas secreto de nuestros actos. Le dedicamos una tercera parte de nuestra vida y no lo comprendemos. Para algunos no es otra cosa que el eclipse de nuestra vigilia; para otros, un estado más complejo, que abarca a un tiempo el ayer, el ahora y el mañana; para otros, una no interrumpida serie de sueños."
Author: Jorge Luis Borges
24. "Vamos lá, tornou a dizer o velho da venda preta, vamos ao que estava decidido, ou é isso, ou ficamos condenados a uma morte lenta, Alguns morrerão mais depressa se formos, disse o primeiro cego, Quem vai morrer, está já morto e nao o sabe, Que temos de morrer, sabemo-lo desde que nascemos, Por isso, de uma certa maneira, é como se já tivéssemos nascido mortos."
Author: José Saramago
25. "The night stayed outside. She was surprised. She opened her mouth but no sound came out. Instead, blue things flew in, pieces of glass or tin, or necklaces of blue diamond, perhaps. The air was the blue of a pool when there are shadows, when clouds cross the turquoise surface, when you suspect something contagious is leaking, something camouflaged and disrupted. There is only this infected blue enormity, elongating defiantly. The blue that knows you and where you live and it's never going to forget."
Author: Kate Braverman
26. "You can't turn love on and off like a light switch, no matter how hard you try. All you can do is wall it off, one brick at a time, until you've created an impenetrable fortress around your emotions. And once that fortress is built, you camouflage it so well that even you can't see it anymore."
Author: Katherine Allred
27. "I'd have to ask Oberon to leave him a present on his front doorstep. He'd do it camouflaged too, so that even if Mr. Semerdjian was watching - and he probably would be - it would appear to be undeniable, physical evidence that, sometimes, shit just happens."
Author: Kevin Hearne
28. "A low thrum in his gut. Love. What is the measure of such a thing? Love, or the word love, is like an elusive jungle bird that because it is so durable has thousands of mimics and camouflaged neighbors."
Author: Lawrence Krauser
29. "Pietrisycamollaviadelrechiotemexity."
Author: Lemony Snicket
30. "Talvez seja sempre a pimenta que torna as pessoas esquentadas [...] e o vinagre que as torna azedas... e a camomila que as torna amargas... e... o caramelo e essas coisas que tornam as crianças suaves. Só queria que as pessoas soubessem disto: não seriam tão sovinas com bomboms..."
Author: Lewis Carroll
31. "I chose to camouflage my body into the environment because this way, people will pay more attention to the background's social property, and the meaning of my body disappeared in this environment as an individual."
Author: Liu Bolin
32. "Nos dias de hoje, ainda me acontece encontrar Musyne, casualmente, a cada dois anos ou quase, tal como a maioria das criaturas que no passado conhecemos muito bem. É o prazo de que precisamos, dois anos, para nos darmos conta, com uma só olhada, mas essa aí inenganável, como o instinto, das feiuras que um rosto, ainda que delicioso em seu tempo, acumulou.Ficamos como que hesitantes um instante à sua frente, e depois findamos por aceitá-lo tal como ele ficou, o rosto, com essa desarmonia crescente, abjeta, de todo o conjunto. Temos de dizer sim a essa cuidadosa e lenta caricatura burilada por dois anos. Aceitar o tempo, esse quadro de nós. Podemos então dizer que nos reconhecemos inteiramente (como uma nota de dinheiro estrangeira que hesitamos em pegar à primeira vista), que não nos enganamos de caminho, que de fato seguimos a verdadeira estrada, sem nos termos consertado, a infalível estrada durante mais dois anos, a estrada da podridão. E é só isso."
Author: Louis Ferdinand Céline
33. "Me perdi en un mar de frio y despues al renacer me vi en un mundo calido. Recuerdo una cosa: sus ojos amarillos!"No podia tenerle pero le tendria...""Como debia vernos grace: fantasmas que vagaban magicos y silenciosos por el bosque. Los lobos normales no suponian una amenaza. Pero nosotros no eramos lobos normales""Porque no consigo que me quieran mas?""Una y otra vez aunque conozcamos los paisajes del amor su pequeño cementerio lleno de nombres tristes y el abismo terrorificamente silencioso en el que caen los otros... (Pag. 280)""La vida se mide en momentos como este""Caigo en el abismo tremuloTendiendo la mano hacia tiPerdiendome en una pena heladaEs este amor fragilUn modoDe decirAdios""El viento me golpeo de nuevo pero ya no tenia poder sobre mi. El frio me entumecia los dedos, pero no los transformaba en otra cosa"
Author: Maggie Stiefvater
34. "A joke is a good camouflage. Next best comes sentiment... But the best camouflage of all - in my opinion - is the plain and simple truth. Because nobody ever believes it."
Author: Max Frisch
35. "Nunca nos cansaremos de criticar a quienes deforman el pasado, lo reescriben, lo falsifican, exageran la importancia de un acontecimiento o callan otro; esas críticas están justificadas (no pueden no estarlo), pero carecen de importancia si no van precedidas de una crítica más elemental: porque la crítica de la memoria humana como tal. Porque, la pobre, ¿qué puede hacer ella realmente? Del pasado sólo es capaz de retener una miserable parcela, sin que nadie sepa por qué exactamente ésa y no otra, pues esa elección se formula misteriosamente en cada uno de nosotros ajena a nuestra voluntad y nuestros intereses. No comprendemos nada en la vida humana si persistimos en escamotear la primera de todas las evidencias: una realidad, tal cual era, ya no es; su restitución es imposible."
Author: Milan Kundera
36. "And I thought, eight years ago, when I began carefully charting the progress of American Gods, nervously dipping my toes into the waters of blogging, would I have imagined a future in which, instead of recording the vicissitudes of bringing a book into the world, I would be writing about not-even-interestingly missing cups of cold camomile tea? And I thought, yup. Sounds about right.Happy Eighth birthday, blog."
Author: Neil Gaiman
37. "Masks camouflage the faces of both good and evil. Keeps hidden what is a truth and what is a lie."
Author: Patti Roberts
38. "Noon was approaching and the shadows under the sycamores were thin and short. The surface of the blue-tiled fish-pond was glassily still and water splashed monotonously into the fountain's basins. Khaemwaset held his fingers under the glittering flow and found it silky and warm."
Author: Pauline Gedge
39. "Todo barco es un objeto romántico hasta que nos embarcamos en él"
Author: Ralph Waldo Emerson
40. "In Hidden Writing, a main plot is constructed to camouflage other plots (which can register themselves as plot holes) by overlapping them with the surface (superficially dynamic plot) or the grounded theme. In terms of such a writing, the main plot is the map or the concentration blueprint of plot holes (the other plots)."
Author: Reza Negarestani
41. "Happiness is seeing blessings in disguise, beauty under camouflage, and love amid conflict."
Author: Richelle E. Goodrich
42. "But although the cliche says that power always corrupts, what is seldom said ... is that power always reveals. When a man is climbing, trying to persuade others to give him power, concealment is necessary. ... But as a man obtains more power, camouflage becomes less necessary."
Author: Robert A. Caro
43. "So what do you wear to dump somebody?" she asked me, twirling a lock of hair around one finger. "Black, for mourning? Or something cheerful and colorful, to distract them from their pain? Or maybe you wear some sort of camouflage, something that will help you disappear quickly in case they don't take it well."
Author: Sarah Dessen
44. "We should not forget that when we limp away afflicted through the spirit, it is not to the factory gates or to the corporate steps we pilgrimage. Instead we go to the sea for its salt. We find shade under the sycamores on the great avenues. Or we go to the rivers where water tells us modestly of its own sickness."
Author: Sarah Hall
45. "...I require a vacation from all of you, but I'm not leaving Camorr. You five will be making a journey to Espara. I've arranged work there to keep you busy for several months.""Espara?" said Locke."Yes. Isn't it exciting?" The room was quiet. "I thought that might be your response. Look, I tucked a pin into my jacket for this very moment."Chains drew a silver pin from one of his lapels and tossed it into the air. It hit the floor with the faintest chiming clatter."One of those expressions I've always wanted to put to the test," said Chains."
Author: Scott Lynch
46. "Private Benjamin lives next door but one to Bob Cryer from The Bill. I once saw him crouching down behind a sycamore tree and using his nose as an Allen Key to release a starving rat."
Author: St John Morris
47. "I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn't find any."
Author: Tommy Cooper
48. "I'd scale that monster sycamore if I could. Right to the top. And I'd yell her name across the rooftops for the whole world to hear.-Bryce"
Author: Wendelin Van Draanen
49. "But a myth, to speak plainly, to me is like a menu in a fancy French restaurant: glamorous, complicated camouflage for a fact you wouldn't otherwise swallow, like maybe lima beans."
Author: William Peter Blatty
50. ". . . On a sandbarsunlight stretches out its limbs, or is ita sycamore, so brazen, so clean and bold?"
Author: William Stafford

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