[She Blinked Once, Then Twice, And Yet Again, Sure What She Viewed Was Just Another Part Of This Fantasy World That She Had Stepped Into When Her Feet Touched The Green Grass Of Ireland.]

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"All they expect from you is your best effort. These Marines think that they are special. They are very well trained, very close knit, and they dont like outsiders. If you want their respect, you will have to earn it."

Michele Rosenthal Quotes

"Perhaps defining a self begins with simply making the first choice, simply rising up and deciding what you desire, and then methodically, like writing, putting one word after the other until you have created a whole self and a whole life in the process."

George Meredith Quotes

"Speech is the small change of silence."

Glenn Gould Quotes

"I detest audiences - not in their individual components, but en masse I detest audiences. I think theyre a force of evil. It seems to me rule of mob law."

John W Dawson Quotes

"Now multitudes of root words are identical in the American languages over vast areas some of them with precisely the same senses, and others with various shades of analogical meaning."

Robert Bourassa Quotes

"You only need a few people to effect a kidnapping."

Carson Brown Quotes

"The sex-positive brigade thinks my [virgin-until-married] friend is doomed to a lifetime of unsatisfying sex, shell never have an orgasm, shes ashamed of her body, shes repressed, shes scarred, shes guilt-ridden, shell never masturbate, she needs to see a shrink, she wants attention, shes a lesbian, her husbands gay, its my responsibility to educate her, her father or priest molested her, shes been brainwashed by evil forces. Hmm. Sounds to me like shes pretty deviant--these are the sorts of comments usually reserved for queers, trannies, prostitutes, porn aficionados, S&M enthusiasts, and the rest of the freaks. Sounds like a Christian good girl just became "alternative." And where does that leave all the formulas?"

Douglas Hyde Quotes

"As our language wanes and dies, the golden legends of the far-off centuries fade and pass away. No one sees their influence upon culture; no one sees their educational power."

Giovanni Boccaccio Quotes

"Do as we say, and not as we do."

WD Frank Quotes

"The future will never bend to the fleeting hopes of the man."From "Lucifers Ladder: God of the Fallen, Book One"

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