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The streets were dark with something more than night.
-- Raymond Chandler
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The strong give up and move away, while the weak give up and stay.
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The strong give up and move on, while the weak give up and stay.
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The strong individual loves the earth so much he lusts for recurrence. He
can smile in the face of the most terrible thought: meaningless, aimless
existance recurring eternally. The second characteristic of such a man is
that he has the strength to recognise -- and to live with the recognition --
that the world is valueless in itself and that all values are human ones.
He creates himself by fashoning his own values; he has the pride to live
by the values he wills.
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The sudden sight of me causes panic in the streets. They have
yet to learn - only the savage fears what he does not understand.
-- The Silver Surfer
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The sum of the intelligence of the world is constant.
The population is, of course, growing.
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The sun never sets on those who ride into it.
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The sun was shining on the sea,
Shining with all his might:
He did his very best to make
The billows smooth and bright --
And this was very odd, because it was
The middle of the night.
-- Lewis Carroll
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The sunlights differ, but there is only one darkness.
-- Ursula K. LeGuin, "The Dispossessed"
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The superfluous is very necessary.