If I have left a wound inside you, it is not just your wound but mine as well.
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Huge organizations and me don't get along. They're too inflexible, waste too much time, and have too many stupid people.
Some things, you know, if you say them, it makes them not true?
When you are used to the kind of life -of never getting anything you want- you stop knowing what it is you want.
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