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Let's just say that where a change was required, I adjusted. In every
relationship that exists, people have to seek a way to survive. If you
really care about the person, you do what's necessary, or that's the end.
For the first time, I found that I really could change, and the qualities
I most admired in myself I gave up. I stopped being loud and bossy...
Oh, all right. I was still loud and bossy, but only behind his back."
-- Kate Hepburn, on Tracy and Hepburn
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Let's love each other slowly,
reaching for a plane,
of exquisite pleasure,
and delicate pain.
-- Adam Beslove
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Let's not complicate our relationship
by trying to communicate with each other.
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Let's organize this thing and take all the fun out of it.
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Let's remind ourselves that last year's fresh idea is today's cliche.
-- Austen Briggs
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Let's say your wedding ring falls into your toaster, and when you stick your
hand in to retrieve it, you suffer Pain and Suffering as well as Mental
Anguish. You would sue:
* The toaster manufacturer, for failure to include, in the instructions
section that says you should never never never ever stick you hand
into the toaster, the statement "Not even if your wedding ring falls
* The store where you bought the toaster, for selling it to an obvious
cretin like yourself.
* Union Carbide Corporation, which is not directly responsible in this
case, but which is feeling so guilty that it would probably send you
a large cash settlement anyway.
-- Dave Barry
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Even if someone doesn't care what the world thinks
about them, they always hope their mother doesn't find out.
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Leveraging always beats prototyping.
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Lewis's Law of Travel:
The first piece of luggage out of the
chute doesn't belong to anyone, ever.
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L'hazard ne favorise que l'esprit prepare.
-- L. Pasteur