If something came out of the deal, it couldn't make things any worse for us than they already were, I thought. But I couldn't have been more wrong. Hell has no true bottom.
("The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle")
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I guess time doesn't flow in order, does it - A, B, C, D? It just sort of goes where it feels like going.
I never trust people with no appetite. It's like they're always holding something back on you.
To tell you the truth, sleepless nights are as unusual for me as sumo wrestlers who look good in berets.
I'm going to take you out of here ... I'm going to take you home, to the world where you belong, where cats with bent tails live, and there are little backyards, and alarm clocks ring in the morning.
I'll never see them again. I know that. And they know that. And knowing this, we say farewell.
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