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Vila: "I think I have just made the biggest mistake of my life."
Orac: "It is unlikely. I would predict there are far greater mistakes
waiting to be made by someone with your obvious talent for it."
|Linux People: 1062 of 1231|
Violence stinks, no matter which end of it you're on. But now and then
there's nothing left to do but hit the other person over the head with a
frying pan. Sometimes people are just begging for that frypan, and if we
weaken for a moment and honor their request, we should regard it as
impulsive philanthropy, which we aren't in any position to afford, but
shouldn't regret it too loudly lest we spoil the purity of the deed.
-- Tom Robbins
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Virtue does not always demand a heavy sacrifice -- only the willingness
to make it when necessary.
-- Frederick Dunn
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Virtue is its own punishment.
Righteous people terrify me ... virtue is its own punishment.
-- Aneurin Bevan
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Virtue is not left to stand alone. He who practices it will have neighbors.
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Virtue would go far if vanity did not keep it company.
-- La Rochefoucauld
|Linux People: 1067 of 1231|
Visits always give pleasure: if not on arrival, then on the departure.
-- Edouard Le Berquier, "Pensees des Autres"
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Waking a person unnecessarily should not be considered a capital crime.
For a first offense, that is.
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Walk softly and carry a BFG-9000.
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Walk softly and carry a big stick.
-- Theodore Roosevelt