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1. "For you time-capsule types, MoPo was something called a convenience store, as in, 'The soda is conveniently located right next to the doughnuts and lottery tickets.' People who want to understand better how the human race was conquered so easily need to study those stores. Almost everything inside was filled with sugar, cheese, or weight-loss tips"
Author: Adam Rex
2. "Adventure upon all the tickets in the lottery, and you lose for certain; and the greater the number of your tickets the nearer your approach to this certainty."
Author: Adam Smith
3. "Sometimes we think people are like lottery tickets, that they're there to make our most absurd dreams come true."
Author: Carlos Ruiz Zafón
4. "Oh, I don't buy lottery tickets... because if I won, and I was capable of that kind of odd luck, then I would also be equally capable of extremely bad luck, like getting struck by lightning, or falling out of window or something. I'd rather just not know."
Author: Chrissi Sepe
5. "Life is like a huge lottery in which only the winning tickets are visible."
Author: Jostein Gaarder
6. "Some of my relatives held on to imagined memories the way homeless people hold onto lottery tickets. Nostalgia was their crack cocaine, if you will, and my childhood was littered with the consequences of their addiction : unserviceable debts, squabbles over inheritances, the odd alcoholic or suicide."
Author: Mohsin Hamid
7. "Reading, conversation, environment, culture, heroes, mentors, nature – all are lottery tickets for creativity. Scratch away at them and you'll find out how big a prize you've won."
Author: Twyla Tharp

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De todos los vicios, sólo la cobardía es puramente dolorosa: horrible de anticipar, horrible de sentir, horrible de recordar; el ocio tiene sus placeres. En consecuencia, el odio es a menudo la compensación mediante la que un hombre asustado se resarce de los sufrimientos del miedo. Cuanto más miedo tenga, más odiará. Y el odio es también un antídoto de la vergüenza.Escrutopo"
Author: C.S. Lewis

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