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1. "My desire to exit the game is greater than my desire to remain in it. I have searched my heart through and through and feel comfortable with this decision."
Author: Barry Sanders
2. "We wanted to create an environment where if a game player enjoyed the 'writing style' of a particular game designer, he or she could look for the next game by that same author and not be disappointed."
Author: David Crane
3. "My favorite Knicks moment was when we beat Indiana in Game 7 to reach the NBA Finals. We worked so hard as a team to reach that moment that it was very satisfying to beat Indiana and reach the Finals."
Author: John Starks
4. "It was a defeat, resorting to crude threats in a game of subtlety, but sometimes one must sacrifice a battle to win the war."
Author: Mark Lawrence
5. "Our days and years are strung upon The thread that runs so true. The game of life is played and Lost to love. -Nancy JanesNancy Janes"
Author: Nancy Janes
6. "I really like Google+ it's much better than face book. The only game you can play on it is life. Which is a game that can only be played and never won."
Author: Stanley Victor Paskavich
7. "People often refer to my career before The Crying Game as something which led up to that point. But I was very fulfilled in what I was doing."
Author: Stephen Rea
8. "I hang out with people who are amazing parents and really value a rich living. I'm not talking about monetarily. I'm talking spiritually and mentally, and we help make sure that each one is on their game for their spouses."
Author: Tisha Campbell Martin
9. "In England, footballers are respected more, the game is more noble, there's less cheating. Every Spaniard who goes loves it - and comes back a better player. If I had ever left, it would have been to England."
Author: Xavi

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I think about something I once heard on the radio. About Abraham and Isaac.""I was afraid you'd say something like that." "You asked.""So what about them? I don't really know much about that kind of stuff.""There was a pastor on the radio who said nobody should ever preach that story. Do you remember how it goes? God tells Abraham that he has to sacrifice his son to prove his faith.""I agree with the pastor. It sounds like a sick story. Ban that shit.""But isn't that exactly what we do? Send young men off to a war in the desert and ask them to sacrifice themselves for a belief?"
Author: A.J. Kazinski

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