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Freedom of the press is for those who happen to own one.
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Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose.
-- Kris Kristofferson, "Me and Bobby McGee"
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Fremen add life to spice!
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If you knew what you were doing you'd probably be bored.
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Friction is a drag.
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Fried's 1st Rule:
Increased automation of clerical function
invariably results in increased operational costs.
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Friends may come and go, but enemies accumulate.
-- Thomas Jones
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People who borrow your books and set wet glasses on them.
People who know you well, but like you anyway.
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Friends, Romans, Hipsters,
Let me clue you in;
I come to put down Caeser, not to groove him.
The square kicks some cats are on stay with them;
The hip bits, like, go down under; so let it lay with Caeser.
The cool Brutus gave you the message: Caeser had big eyes;
If that's the sound, someone's copping a plea,
And, like, old Caeser really set them straight.
Here, copacetic with Brutus and the studs, -- for Brutus is a
real cool cat;
So are they all, all cool cats, --
Come I to make this gig at Caeser's laying down.
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Friendships last when each friend thinks he has a slight superiority
over the other.
-- Honore DeBalzac