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Join the army, see the world, meet interesting, exciting people, and kill them.
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Join the Navy; sail to far-off exotic lands, meet exciting interesting people,
and kill them.
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Just as most issues are seldom black or white, so are most good solutions
seldom black or white. Beware of the solution that requires one side to be
totally the loser and the other side to be totally the winner. The reason
there are two sides to begin with usually is because neither side has all
the facts. Therefore, when the wise mediator effects a compromise, he is
not acting from political motivation. Rather, he is acting from a deep
sense of respect for the whole truth.
-- Stephen R. Schwambach
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Keep your laws off my body!
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Know thyself. If you need help, call the C.I.A.
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L'etat c'est moi.
[I am the state.]
-- Louis XIV
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Law stands mute in the midst of arms.
-- Marcus Tullius Cicero
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Lawful Dungeon Master -- and they're MY laws!
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Leadership involves finding a parade and getting in front of it; what
is happening in America is that those parades are getting smaller and
smaller -- and there are many more of them.
-- John Naisbitt, "Megatrends"
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Let no guilty man escape.
-- U.S. Grant