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151. "Chase said, "It was a crazy idea." An impossible idea."Nothing is impossible, Chase, only improbable. And when you can see into the future and manipulate people into the right places, you can accomplish amazing things.""I think I liked the idea better when it was in my head."
Author: Adrienne Wilder
152. "Perhaps the easiest people to fall in love with are those about whom we know nothing. Romances are never as pure as those we imagine during long train journeys, as we secretly contemplate a beautiful person who is gazing out of the window – a perfect love story interrupted only when the beloved looks back into the carriage and starts up a dull conversation about the excessive price of the on-board sandwiches with a neighbour or blows her nose aggressively into a handkerchief."
Author: Alain De Botton
153. "I read everything I could find in English - Twain, Henry James, Hemingway, really everything. And then after a while I started writing shorter pieces in English, and one of them got published in a literary magazine and that's how it got started. After that, graduate school didn't seem very important."
Author: Aleksandar Hemon
154. "Often we pass beside happiness without seeing it, without looking at it, or, even if we have seen and looked at it, without recognizing it."
Author: Alexandre Dumas
155. "Lyrics are important, but it's hard, because English isn't my first language - although it feels like it is these days! I grew up with amazing melodies, so getting that right on a song has always been the key thing for me, but there's no reason why a great melody doesn't deserve great lyrics."
Author: Avicii
156. "The mind is a miser," he said. "Nothing is ever thrown away, and it's amazing what you can find if you dig deep enough."
Author: Barry Hughart
157. "The brotherhood of man is the only fraternity that's proud to rush anyone, but most never get past the hazing stage."
Author: Bauvard
158. "I've been a swimmer and a diver for quite a while. It was something that I think I got too comfortable with, and I dove into my black-bottomed pool and hit the slope from the shallow end to the deep end. And I had a chin to chest paralyzing break."
Author: Brooke Burns
159. "Full participation in government and society has been a basic right of the country symbolizing the full citizenship and equal protection of all."
Author: Charles Rangel
160. "...and she was so simply his love, his girl, watching him approach as if she were memorizing him and his walk and those flowers and this moment, and he wanted to ask her what sound a heart made when it broke from pleasure, when just the sight of someone filled you the way food, blood, and air never could..."
Author: Dennis Lehane
161. "Pici passi. Un viagio in bici xe fato de pici passeti. I pici passi te permeti, co te entri int'un paeseto, de entrarghe veramente, de sentirlo tuo, de respirar a pieni polmoni la sua atmosfera, de imerger totalmente i tui zinque sensi int'un novo contesto. I pici passi fa questo. Fa assaporar i loghi, fa assaporar le persone, fa assaporar la tua crescita assieme a queste. Pici passi come filosofia de vita."
Author: Diego Manna
162. "Naked people look funny when they are for-real naked, outside-a-magazine naked."
Author: Donald Miller
163. "In control. Out of control. Sometimes they're the same thing. The trick is knowing that, realizing it's okay to feel out of control once in a while, as long as you're sure you can regain the upper hand when you absolutely need to."
Author: Ellen Hopkins
164. "This is the Hour of Lead-Remembered, if outlived,As freezing persons, recollect the Snow-First-Chill-then Stupor-then the letting go---"
Author: Emily Dickinson
165. "And it's amazing how much noise people ignoring each other can make."
Author: Eoin Colfer
166. "Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things."
Author: Frank A. Clark
167. "I give thanks everyday that I've been able to take my craziness and make it work for me."
Author: Fritz Scholder
168. "I never work just to work. It's some combination of laziness and self-respect."
Author: Harold Ramis
169. "My favorite laser disk ever was the laser disk for The Graduate, which had a commentary track that wasn't even the filmmakers, it was a professor, some film criticism guy who just happen to be this amazing commentator who went off into the whole theory of comedy."
Author: Jay Roach
170. "In grade school I was taught that the United States is a melting pot. People from all over the world come here for freedom and to pursue a better life. They arrive with next to nothing, work incredibly hard, learn a new language and new customs, and in a generation they become an integral part of our amazing nation."
Author: Jeff Hawkins
171. "With me, it was my liver that was out of order. […] I had the symptoms, beyond all mistake, the chief among them being "a general disinclination to work of any kind."What I suffer in that way no tongue can tell. From my earliest infancy I have been a martyr to it. As a boy, the disease hardly ever left me for a day. They did not know, then, that it was my liver. Medical science was in a far less advanced state than now, and they used to put it down to laziness."
Author: Jerome K. Jerome
172. "Rule #1 in all bridal magazines. Give yourself a year to plan theperfect wedding."
Author: Jillian Dodd
173. "Evening Concert, Sainte-Chapelle" The celebrated windows flamed with lightdirectly pouring north across the Seine;we rustled into place. Then violinsvaunting Vivaldi's strident strength, then Brahms,seemed to suck with their passionate sweetness,bit by bit, the vigor from the red,the blazing blue, so that the listening eyesaw suddenly the thick black lines, in shapesof shield and cross and strut and brace, that heldthe holy glowing fantasy together.The music surged; the glow became a milk,a whisper to the eye, a glimmer ebbeduntil our beating hearts, our violinswere cased in thin but solid sheets of lead."
Author: John Updike
174. "It was on the eve of Yom Kippur, the holiest of holy days, that a fly flew under the door of the synagogue and began to pester the hanging congregants. It flew from face to face, buzzing, landing on long noses, going in and out of hairy ears. AND IF THIS IS ATEST, the Venerable Rabbi enlightened, trying to keep his congregationtogether, SHOULD WE NOT RISE TO ITS CHALLENGE? AND I URGE YOU: CRASH TO THE GROUND BEFORE YOU RELEASE THE GREAT BOOK!But how pestering that fly was, tickling some of the most ticklish places. AND AS GOD ASKED ABRAHAM TO SHOW ISAAC THE KNIFE'S POINT, SO IS HE ASKING US NOT TO SCRATCH OUR ASSES! AND IF WE MUST, BY ALL MEANS WITH THE LEFT HAND!"
Author: Jonathan Safran Foer
175. "I think I know now why Jesus had such a tender spot in his heart for the poor. It takes great faith and simplicity of spirit to be poor and not despair. It takes enormous courage to decide to keep on living. The homeless are remarkable people. Their very life is a prayer -- desperate, silent, unspoken pleading with God to keep them alive. And by some miracle, no, not one miracle, but by a continuous chain of miracles all day long and all night, they do stay alive, especially on freezing cold days and nights."
Author: Joseph F. Girzone
176. "By the time the Camerons, along with Lucinda and the necessary servants, arrived in London for Elizabeth's debut, Elizabeth had learned all that Mrs. Porter could teach her, and she felt quite capable of meeting the challenges Mrs. Porter described. Actually, other than memorizing the rules of etiquette she was a little baffled over the huge fuss being made. After all, she'd learned to dance in the six months she was being prepared for her debut, and she'd been conversing since she was three years old, and as closely as she could tell, her only duties as a debutante were to converse politely on trivial subjects only, conceal her intelligence at all costs, and dance."
Author: Judith McNaught
177. "Verbal jujitsu is the intentional use of language to yield in a verbal confrontation with a potential attacker, while using the language of the opponent to blend with the opponent, thereby neutralizing their words, and causing them to yield or share your thoughts/ideas."
Author: Kambiz Mostofizadeh
178. "My phone isn't "smart" because of its features. I make it smart by maximizing the phone's feature-set toward better personal efficiency."
Author: Larry Bailin
179. "So I'd made my choice. I'd pushed my power down and held it there each day, with all my energy and will, without ever realizing it. I'd used up every bit of myself to keep that secret."
Author: Leigh Bardugo
180. "Her head started to spin. She chewed the inside of her mouth. Sweat trickled between her breasts and down her back. Ignoring a fly buzzing around her face, she crossed her arms. "Aw, hell, Hank Gallagher, you've got no time for me." Hank dropped his stupid action-hero glasses, and his chapped lips twisted. "I'll admit your attitude sucks, but you and Gypsy are due for a helluva season, Daisy Mae. I'd hate for you to miss the opener. There won't be another rig comin' this way headin' for Willow Springs, y'know." Daisy stood stock still. Her mouth felt dry. Hank spit impatiently, and a stream of tobacco juice hit the dusty yellow road. Daisy stared hard at that dark stain, trying to keep her head clear. "Can I take the ride and keep on hating you?"
Author: Lilly Christine
181. "Good website practice and optimizing for conversion usually makes for good search engine optimization. These work together to ensure you drive quality traffic and can persuade that traffic to help you meet your business goals."
Author: Marc Ostrofsky
182. "People magazine had been around for a short period of time, but nobody had thought about putting entertainment news on a nightly basis on television."
Author: Mary Hart
183. "You will start a band.You will start a magazine.You will start a family.You will finish nothing."
Author: Nicole Blackman
184. "I'll always be this crazy, fun person, but when it's time to get married, I'm going to be an amazing wife."
Author: Nicole Polizzi
185. "...senin üzerinde birakmasini istedigim etkiyi sözlerimin birakmasina izin ver lütfen. O sözleri direnmeden benimsemeni ve onlara, senin bana üstün geldigin bir oyundaki hamlelermis gibi davranmamani istiyorum. Sözlerim senin içine, durgun bir göle düsercesine düsmeliler, halka halka yayilmali, dalgalar yaratmalilar ve bütün bunlar gerçeklesirken senin hiçbir seye müdahale etmemeni, yanitini sadece sözlü vermekte degil içinden vermekte de aceleci davranmamani, olanlarin etkisi yayilip sen söylediklerimi gerçekten anlayana kadar beklemeni istiyorum. Yapacak misin bunu Patrice? Benim için yapacak misin? Bir kez, bir tek kez seni bir kalkan gibi koruyan söz ustaligini kenara itecek, incitilmene ve eger kaçinilmazsa da yaralanmana izin verecek misin? Birbirimizden kurtulabilmemiz için?"
Author: Pascal Mercier
186. "That work led to the emergence of the recombinant DNA technology thereby providing a major tool for analyzing mammalian gene structure and function and formed the basis for me receiving the 1980 Nobel Prize in Chemistry."
Author: Paul Berg
187. "I wanted to be an editor or a journalist, I wasn't really interested in being an entrepreneur, but I soon found I had to become an entrepreneur in order to keep my magazine going."
Author: Richard Branson
188. "We could, you know, go out for hot dogs. Don't worry—they're not actually dogs. It's just a name. They're these meat things that you put on buns—that's a kind of bread—and then you top them with other things and—"            "I know what a hot dog is," interrupted Mark. "You do?" I asked, legitimately surprised. "How?""We're not that remote. We have TV and movies. Besides, I've left Siberia, you know. I've been to the U.S.""Really? Did you try a hot dog?"            "No," he said. "I was offered one … but it didn't look that appetizing."            "What!" I exclaimed. "Blasphemy. They're delicious."            "Aren't they compressed animal parts?" he pushed.            "Well, yeah… I think so. But so is sausage."            Mark shook his head. "I don't know. Something's just not right about a hot dog."            "Not right? I think you mean so right."
Author: Richelle Mead
189. "That which others hear or read of, I felt and practised myself; they get their knowledge by books, I mine by melancholizing."
Author: Robert Burton
190. "True joy comes from operating with Inner-directedness and recognizing who you are."
Author: Sanaya Roman
191. "But who could blame them if it had been? Even she'd seen how hideously tyrannical Marshal Connors had become around the holidays. A suspicious number of people had simply begun disappearing off the compound at a terrifying rate during that time and even someone as lowly as she had begun to wonder how little it took to piss the brass off in those days. She'd even lessened her hours of day dreaming and speculating in order to appear busy just in case for some reason he came waltzing into the Payroll Department one day and actually spoke to her."
Author: Santino Hassell
192. "I find that people are constantly coming up to me now. There's been a definite surge of people recognizing me and I'm not sure if it has to do with the DVDs or not, but I've sort of assumed that it does because the show has been off the air for three years now."
Author: Shiri Appleby
193. "Ma ancora più subdoli sono i calzini.Il Nonno Stregone aveva stabilito che, alla sua età, tre erano i modi possibili di infilarli.Uno, posizione detta "della spogliarellista", steso sul letto con una gamba sensualmente sollevata. Tempo necessario all'impresa: un minuto, salvo perforazione del pedalino da parte dell'unghia dell'alluce.Due, posizione eretta "gamba sulla sedia". Unico rischio, uno schianto del legno o un colpo della strega.Tre, posizione "riciclami": andare a letto coi calzini e usare gli stessi la mattina dopo. La meno igienica ma la più rapida.Inoltre, nello scegliere il paio bisognava tener conto dell'esistenza della LIC, Legge di infedeltà del calzino, che dice così:Un calzino, messo nel cassetto, cercherà quasi sempre di far coppia con un calzino diverso."
Author: Stefano Benni
194. "LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA: WHY IT'S A BAD TITLEI admit that "Love in the time of . . ." is a great title, up to a point. You're reading along, you're happy, it's about love. I like the way the word time comes in - a nice, nice feeling. Then the morbid Cholera appears. I was happy till then. Why not "Love in the Time of the Blue, Blue, Bluebirds"? "Love in the Time of Oozing Sores and Pustules" is probably an earlier title the author used as he was writing in a rat-infested tree house on an old Smith Corona. This writer, whoever he is, could have used a couple of weeks in Pacific Daylight Time."
Author: Steve Martin
195. "From the newsstands a dozen models smiled up at her from a dozen magazine covers, smiled in thin-faced, high-cheekboned agreement to Kessa's new discovery. They knew the secret too. They knew thin was good, thin was strong; thin was safe."
Author: Steven Levenkron
196. "They're from France, Ruby said, Vogue magazine. They only speak French except for fuck you."
Author: Tom Spanbauer
197. "Anger ... it's a paralyzing emotion ... you can't get anything done. People sort of think it's an interesting, passionate, and igniting feeling — I don't think it's any of that — it's helpless ... it's absence of control — and I need all of my skills, all of the control, all of my powers ... and anger doesn't provide any of that — I have no use for it whatsoever."[Interview with CBS radio host Don Swaim, September 15, 1987.]"
Author: Toni Morrison
198. "Quick work doesn't mean less serious work, it depends on one's self-confidence and experience. In the same way Jules Guérard, the lion hunter, says in his book that in the beginning young lions have a lot of trouble killing a horse or an ox, but that the old lions kill with a single blow of the paw or a well-placed bite, and that they are amazingly sure at the job... I must warn you that everyone will think that I work too fast. Don't you believe a word of it. Is it not emotion, the sincerity of one's feeling for nature, that draws us, and if the emotions are sometimes so strong that one works without knowing one works, when sometimes the strokes come with a continuity and coherence like words in a speech or a letter, then one must remember that it has not always been so, and that in time to come there will again be hard days, empty of inspiration. So one must strike while the iron is hot, and put the forged bars on one side."
Author: Vincent Van Gogh
199. "But Time, unfortunately, though it makes animals and vegetables bloom and fade with amazing punctuality, has no such simple effect upon the mind of man. The mind of man, moreover, works with equal strangeness upon the body of time. An hour, once it lodges in the queer element of the human spirit, may be stretched to fifty or a hundred times its clock length; on the other hand, an hour may be accurately represented on the timepiece of the mind by one second."
Author: Virginia Woolf
200. "Thanks to the people that walked in to my life and made it better. And thanks to the ones who walked out and made it amazing"
Author: Ziad K. Abdelnour

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It's like I am inside this ethereal sphere wherein exists no logic, no reasoning, no typicality, no explanations, no realism, no comparisons, nothing ordinary, and no normalcy. And then if you are to understand me, you have to step into my realm and leave all of those things behind. I'm not typical. I'm not ordinary. And I'm not normal. And I never will be ?. So I don't see the point of waking up in the morning and wishing to be so."
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