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1. "Ah! ben bundan sonra bir kari sevmek!baskasini sevmek" *iste sen gülüyorsun ve beni daha genis bir salona almis oluyorlar…"
Author: Ah Muhsin Ünlü
2. "L'art pourl'art, le divertissement d'un artiste solitaire, est bien justement l'artartificiel d'une société factice et abstraite. Son aboutissement logique, c'estl'art des salons, ou l'art purement formel qui se nourrit de préciosités etd'abstractions et qui finit par la destruction de toute réalité."
Author: Albert Camus
3. "Therefore, we ourselves speak proudly of you among the churches of God for your perseverance and faith in the midst of all your persecutions and afflictions which you endure.(2 Thessalonians 1:4 NASB)"
Author: Alexander
4. "Someone with a figure like Jennifer Aniston has a trainer, a cook spinning out some version of the latest diet, and probably a stop at the tanning salon."
Author: Amanda Peet
5. "Democrats see our voluntary military supported by taxpayer dollars as their personal Salvation Army. Self-interested behavior, such as deploying troops to serve the nation, is considered boorish in Manhattan salons."
Author: Ann Coulter
6. "Anne Lamott's priest friend Tom, how to get through:"Left foot, right foot, left foot, breathe," he said. "Right foot, left foot, right foot, breathe." Salon April 25, 2003"
Author: Anne Lamott
7. "Felek benim gibi taninmis bir bilimadimini ölüme mahkûm ettigi için, belki alti ay sonra bu salonda benim yerime dersi baskasi verecegi için aciyla haykirmaktan zor alikoyuyorum kendimi. Bagirmak istiyorum, çünkü zehirlendigimi, daha önceden bilmedigim yepyeni düsüncelerin ömrümün son günlerinde beni aguladigini, beynime sivrisinekler gibi zehir akittiklarini düsünüyorum. Böyle anlarda durumum bana o derece korkunç görünüyor ki, ögrencilerimin de dehset duyarak yerlerinden firlamalarini, aci çigliklarla kendilerini disari atmalarini bekliyorum."
Author: Anton Chekhov
8. "You welcomed it not as a human message, but as it truly is, the message of God, which also works effectively in you believers. 1 Thessalonians 2:13"
Author: Beth Moore
9. "The Lord's message rang out from you, not only in Macedonia and Achaia, but in every place that your faith in God has gone out. 1 Thessalonians 1:8"
Author: Beth Moore
10. "Ölmek istiyorum, dekorsuz, poz almadan. Batan bir günes gibi ihtisamla degil, kaderin bileklerime taktigi prangalardan kurtulmak için ölmek. Mütevazi bir odadan süslü bir salona geçer gibi, realiteden tarihe geçmek umurumda degil. Ah inanabilseydim. Istirap gayyasinda aylarca kaldim, orada yalniz sükut vardi. Neredesin, yanan alnimi müsfik avuçlarinda dinlendirecek Meçhul Dost?"
Author: Cemil Meriç
11. "It was black-black, so thick it drank two containers of relaxer at the salon, so full it took hours under the hooded dryer, and, when finally released from pink plastic rollers, sprang free and full, flowing down her back like a celebration. Her father called it a crown of glory."
Author: Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
12. "Emma's mid-twenties had brought a second adolescence even more self-absorbed and doom-laden than the first one. 'Why don't you just come home, sweetheart?' her mum had said on the phone last night, using her quavering, concerned voice, as if her daughter had been abducted. 'Your room's still here. There's jobs at Debenhams' - and for the first time she had been tempted.Once, she thought she could conquer London. She had imagined a whirl of literary salons, political engagement, larky parties, bittersweet romances conducted on Thames embankments. She had intended to form a band, make short films, write novels, but two years on slim volume of verse was no fatter, and nothing really good had happened to her since she'd been baton-charged at Poll Tax Riots."
Author: David Nicholls
13. "I knew I wanted to be a journalist ever since I was a teenager. While it is interesting and gratifying to be on the business side and to see how that all works, the main reason I kept a business role here was to protect the editorial integrity of Salon."
Author: David Talbot
14. "I think there is a difference between Slate and Salon. I think we both serve important functions on the Internet. As more and more Websites disappear, I'm thankful Slate is still around because it makes things less lonely."
Author: David Talbot
15. "I don't think Fox News or Rush Limbaugh need Clinton it turns out. I think there's a hunger out there for - whether it's on the left or right - a more lively and provocative type of political journalism. I think Salon and Fox on the other side have both benefited from that."
Author: David Talbot
16. "If You KnewWhat if you knew you'd be the lastto touch someone?If you were taking tickets, for example,at the theater, tearing them,giving back the ragged stubs,you might take care to touch that palmbrush your fingertipsalong the lifeline's crease.When a man pulls his wheeled suitcasetoo slowly through the airport, whenthe car in front of me doesn't signal,when the clerk at the pharmacywon't say thank you, I don't rememberthey're going to die.A friend told me she'd been with her aunt.They'd just had lunch and the waiter,a young gay man with plum black eyes,joked as he served the coffee, kissedher aunt's powdered cheek when they left.Then they walked half a block and her auntdropped dead on the sidewalk.How close does the dragon's spumehave to come? How wide does the crackin heaven have to split?What would people look likeif we could see them as they are,soaked in honey, stung and swollen,reckless, pinned against time?"
Author: Ellen Bass
17. "I loathe hair salons. People have always told me I am in the wrong business because I can't stand getting my hair cut or having it messed around with. Hairdressers feel as if they've got to be your shrinks. I just want them to do my hair so I can get out of there."
Author: Erin Wasson
18. "Ana had experienced reactions like Ramon's in the mirrored salons of Sevilla society, in the waxed halls of the Convento de las Buenas Madres, on the streets of Cadiz and San Juan. It was a look that said, "I see you, but I deign not to speak to you." It said, "I see you but I do not share the high opinion you have of yourself." It said, "I see you but you're not who I want to see." It said, "To me, you don't exist."
Author: Esmeralda Santiago
19. "Des Grieux was like all Frenchmen, that is, cheerful and amiable when it was necessary and profitable, and insufferably dull when the necessity to be cheerful and amiable ceased. A Frenchman is rarely amiable by nature; he is always amiable as if on command, out of calculation. If, for instance, he sees the necessity of being fantastic, original, out of the ordinary, then his fantasy, being most stupid and unnatural, assembles itself out of a priori accepted and long-trivialized forms. The natural Frenchman consists of a most philistine, petty, ordinary positiveness--in short, the dullest being in the world. In my opinion, only novices, and Russian young ladies in particular, are attracted to Frenchmen. Any decent being will at once notice and refuse to put up with this conventionalism of the pre-established forms of salon amiability, casualness, and gaiety."
Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
20. "Even when influential political and media figures vehemently complained about the criticisms I wrote, 'Salon''s editors unfailingly stood behind my work."
Author: Glenn Greenwald
21. "I haven't frequented a nail salon in a long time."
Author: Hope Davis
22. "First, we think all truth is beautiful, no matter how hideous its face may seem. We accept all of nature, without any repudiation. We believe there is more beauty in a harsh truth than in a pretty lie, more poetry in earthiness than in all the salons of Paris. We think pain is good because it is the most profound of all human feelings. We think sex is beautiful even when portrayed by a harlot and a pimp. We put character above ugliness, pain above prettiness and hard, crude reality above all the wealth in France. We accept life in its entirety without making moral judgments. We think the prostitute is as good as the countess, the concierge as good as the general, the peasant as good as the cabinet minister, for they all fit into the pattern of nature and are woven into the design of life!"
Author: Irving Stone
23. "Avem si unul si celalalt o natura neprietenoasa, taciturna, si nu dorim sa spunem ceva, afara doar daca ne asteptam sa fie un lucru care ar rasturna intreg salonul si ar putea fi trecut posteritatii cu toata stralucirea unui proverb."
Author: Jane Austen
24. "There is no way I'm going out in public like this!"It seemed while I was being tormented at the salon, Bones had been out shopping. I didn't ask where he got the money from, images of old folks with their necks bleeding and their wallets missing dancing in my head. There were boots, earrings, push-up bras, skirts, and something he swore to me were dresses but only looked like pieces of dresses."
Author: Jeaniene Frost
25. "Camin öte tarafindan bana baktiklarini görmek için dönmem gerekli degil. Saskinlik ve tiksintiyle sirtimi gözlerler simdi; kendileri gibi bir kimse, bir insan oldugumu düsünüyorlardi, ama onlari aldattim ben. Bir adam görünüsünü ansizin kaybettim; bu insansal salondan bir yengecin kiçin kiçin disari çiktigini gördüler. Maskesi düsmüs yabanci kaçti artik, oyun devam ediyor. Ardimda bir yigin gözün ve korkuya kapilmis düsüncenin kaynayip durdugunu düsünmek canimi sikiyor.Sokagin öte yanina geçiyorum."
Author: Jean Paul Sartre
26. "You are a black goddess when you come out the salon."
Author: Jenifer Lewis
27. "O zamanlar hep ne çok uyudugumu söyler dururdun. Çogu kez ögleye dogru geldiginde uyuyor olurdum. Biraksalar bütün bir gece ve gün boyunca uyuyabilirdim. Belki de yeni bir güne baslayacak, o günü tasiyacak gücü bulamadigimdan uyuyordum. Yatagimda hiçbir sey, disardaki dünyanin acimasiz kavgasi, hatta salondan gelen bizimkilerin tartismalari bile bana dokunmuyordu. Orada öyle, gizlenmis, kimsenin umurunda olmayan bir canliydim ben."
Author: Kürşat Başar
28. "The manager frowned, as if the middle Baudelaire had given him the wrong answer.That's the rooftop bathing salon," he said. "People who sunbathe aren't usually interested in library science, so they're not picky about the salon's location. Now get moving!"
Author: Lemony Snicket
29. "So might I suggest at your earliest convenience that you pay a visit to the Okins Funeral Salon to make arrangements?""Why'd I wanna do that?" she says so damn snippy."Because on my return visit you can count on my beatin' the ever-lovin' shit outta you with a rusty shovel. Twice."
Author: Lesley Kagen
30. "Sadece babam ve asiri tatli bir seyin salonda asili kalmis kokusu. Çocukluk gibi."
Author: Lidia Yuknavitch
31. "Someone was always leavingand never coming back.The wooden houses wait like old wivesalong this road; they are everywhere,abandoned, leaning, turning gray."
Author: Lisel Mueller
32. "Consider the fact that maybe…just maybe…beauty and worth aren't found in a makeup bottle, or a salon-fresh hairstyle, or a fabulous outfit. Maybe our sparkle comes from somewhere deeper inside, somewhere so pure and authentic and REAL, it doesn't need gloss or polish or glitter to shine."
Author: Mandy Hale
33. "Oh, and Juliet," he said. I turned back. Half of his face was thrown in deep shadow, while the whites of his teeth gleamed in the distant lights from the salon. "I'll be working in the laboratory late tonight. I've a good start on the new specimens. Don't be alarmed if you're awoken. The animals - they scream, you know. An unfortunate effect of vivisection. It keeps the whole household up."For a breath, the world seemed to freeze. And then the clouds rolled again, the wind howled again. I realized that he had charmed me, just like he charmed everyone. I'd thought I was so clever. I thought I could see past his manipulations. But I'd heard only what I wanted to.He'd never said the accusations were untrue. Just unfair."
Author: Megan Shepherd
34. "Modern helalarda klozetler yerden yukari dogru beyaz nilüferler gibi yükselir. Beden ne kadar degersiz oldugunu unutsun,insan sifondaki su bagirsaklarindan çikan artiklari silipgötürdükten sonra bu artiklarin baslarina gelenleri bilmezlikten gelsin diye mimar elinden geleni yapar. Lagim borulari yapiskan kollariyla evlerimizin ta içine dalsa da, özenle gözlerimizden gizlenir bunlar ve bizler banyolarimizin, yatak odalarimizin, dans salonlarimizin ve parlamentolarimizin altinda yatan bu görünmez bok Venedik'lerinden habersiz memnun, mesut yasariz."
Author: Milan Kundera
35. "« "Mehmet'i ilk gördügümde" derdi Canan, bir bekleme salonundaki masalarin birine birakmis eski bir derginin kapagindan kendisine bakan Clint Eastwood'u hiç görmeden, "bütün hayatiminin degisecegini hemen anladim. Onu görmeden önce bir hayatim vardi, onu tanidiktan sonra baska bir hayatim oldu. Sanki çevremdeki her sey, bütün esyalar, yataklar, insanlar, lambalar, küllükler, sokaklar, bulutlar, bacalar bir anda renk ve biçim degistirdiler de ben bu yepyeni dünyayi hayranlikla tanimaya koyuldum" »"
Author: Orhan Pamuk
36. "When we pray, instead of trying to produce love in our souls toward God, we should be basking in God's love for us. How foolish to stay indoors in the cold, dark little room off the self, trying to turn on the light and turn up the heat, when we can just go outside into God's glorious Sonlight and receive his rays! How silly to fuss with artificial tanning salons and lotions and lights when the Son is out!"
Author: Peter Kreeft
37. "Five weeks since the Rapture "For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord." Thessalonians 4:16-17"
Author: Phillip W. Simpson
38. "Twelve years earlier "And then shall that Wicked be revealed, whom the Lord shall consume with the spirit of his mouth, and shall destroy with the brightness of his coming." Thessalonians 2:8"
Author: Phillip W. Simpson
39. "5 weeks since the Rapture "Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition." Thessalonians 2:3"
Author: Phillip W. Simpson
40. "The rule of the Morrell family was over, and Richard owned a used-car lot and Monica worked at a nail salon, until one day she got run over by a bus. Very sad."
Author: Rachel Caine
41. "Being blonde, for me, means never having to say: 'I'll have the honey-striped half-head of highlights for £200,' to a bored colourist in a Mayfair salon, which is much more satisfying, not to mention cheap."
Author: Rachel Johnson
42. "Visnu, Visnu, Visnu Brahma'ya, Brahma'ya, Brahma'ya bakti, bakti, bakti... Aynalar salonunda oturuyorlardi."
Author: Roger Zelazny
43. "Mold—William Henry Yale also subscribed to Roosevelt's notions of the ideal American man and of the dangers of "over-civilization," code for effeminacy. The true man, in this worldview, was a rugged individualist, physically fit as well as intellectually cultured, as equally at home leading men into battle or shooting big game on the prairie as chatting with the ladies in the salon."
Author: Scott Anderson
44. "My lifelong friend and mentor Frank Barsalona is gone. And the music business as we knew it went with him."
Author: Steven Van Zandt
45. "The French fairy tale writers were so popular and prolific that when their stories were eventually collected in the 18th century, they filled forty–one volumes of a massive publication called the Cabinet des Fées. Charles Perrault is the French fairy tale writer whom history has singled out for attention, but the majority of tales in the Cabinet des Fées were penned by women writers who ran and attended the leading salons: Marie–Catherine d'Aulnoy, Henriette Julie de Murat, Marie–Jeanne L'Héritier, and numerous others. These were educated women with an unusual degree of social and artistic independence, and within their use of the fairy tale form one can find distinctly subversive, even feminist subtext."
Author: Terri Windling
46. "The Cat and the Moon The cat went here and thereAnd the moon spun round like a top,And the nearest kin of the moon,The creeping cat, looked up.Black Minnaloushe stared at the moon,For, wander and wail as he would,The pure cold light in the skyTroubled his animal blood.Minnaloushe runs in the grassLifting his delicate feet.Do you dance, Minnaloushe, do you dance?When two close kindred meet,What better than call a dance?Maybe the moon may learn,Tired of that courtly fashion,A new dance turn.Minnaloushe creeps through the grassFrom moonlit place to place,The sacred moon overheadHas taken a new phase.Does Minnaloushe know that his pupilsWill pass from change to change,And that from round to crescent,From crescent to round they range?Minnaloushe creeps through the grassAlone, important and wise,And lifts to the changing moonHis changing eyes."
Author: W.B. Yeats
47. "Aku bertanya, tetapi pertanyaanku membentur jidat penyair – penyair salon yang bersajak tentang anggur dan rembulan, sementara ketidakadilan terjadi disampingnya. Dan delapan juta kanak – kanak tanpa pendidikantermangu – mangu di kaki dewi kesenian."
Author: W.S. Rendra
48. "I never make a trip to the United States without visiting a supermarket. To me they are more fascinating than any fashion salon."
Author: Wallis Simpson
49. "Painting, by its nature, cannot provide an object of simultaneous collective reception... as film is able to do today... And while efforts have been made to present paintings to the masses in galleries and salons, this mode of reception gives the masses no means of organizing and regulating their response. Thus, the same public which reacts progressively to a slapstick comedy inevitably displays a backward attitude toward Surrealism."
Author: Walter Benjamin
50. "Cala nasza ekonomia opiera sie na ludzkich slabostkach,na zlych nawykach i lekach.Moda.Bary fast food.Elektroniczne gadzety.Erotyczne zabawki.Osrodki dietetyczne.Ogloszenia towarzyskie.Skrajne sekty religijne.Salony fryzjerskie.Kryzys wieku sredniego u mezczyzn.Szal zakupów.Cale nasze zycie zbudowane jest na watpliwosciach i braku satysfakcji.Pomysl,co by sie stalo,gdyby ludzie byli naprawde,szczerze szczesliwi.Calkowicie zadowoleni ze swojego zycia.Nastapilby kataklizm"
Author: Will Ferguson

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The way her body existed only where he touched her. The rest of her was smoke."
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