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When a dog howls at the moon, we call it religion. When he barks at strangers, we call it patriotism.
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Critics are like ticks on a dog or tits on a motor: ornamental but dysfunctional.
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The world is what it is, no less and no more, and therein lies its entire and sufficient meaning.
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A good writer must have more than vin rose in his veins, use more than Chablis for ink.
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You can't belay a man who's falling in love.
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