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Once upon a time there...
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Once upon a time there was a kingdom ruled by a great bear. The peasants
were not very rich, and one of the few ways to become at all wealthy was
to become a Royal Knight. This required an interview with the bear. If
the bear liked you, you were knighted on the spot. If not, the bear would
just as likely remove your head with one swat of a paw. However, the family
of these unfortunate would-be knights was compensated with a beautiful
sheepdog from the royal kennels, which was itself a fairly valuable
possession. And the moral of the story is:
The mourning after a terrible knight, nothing beats the dog of the bear that
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Once upon this midnight incoherent,
While you pondered sentient and crystalline,
Over many a broken and subordinate
Volume of gnarly lore,
While I pestered, nearly singing,
Sudddenly there came a hewing,
As of someone profusely skulking,
Skulking at my chamber door.
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Once you've seen one nuclear war, you've seen them all.
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Once you've tried to change the world you find
it's a whole bunch easier to change your mind.
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"One Architecture, One OS" also translates as "One Egg, One Basket".
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One Bell System - it sometimes works.
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One Bell System - it used to work before they installed the Dimension!
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One Bell System - it works.
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One big pile is better than two little piles.
-- Arlo Guthrie