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Life isn't fair. It's just fairer than death, that's all.

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Yes, I am a failed playwright. I had three shows on Broadway by the time I was 30. They all flopped, and I fled.
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What are we going to do about Billy That was the phrase that haunted me those first ten years. I pretended not to care, but secretly I was petrified. Everyone and everything was passing me by. I had no real friends, no single person who shared an equal interest in all games. I seemed busy, busy, busy, but I suppose, if pressed, I might have admitted that, for all my frenzy, I was very much alone.
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But love is many things, none of them logical.
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Fact Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is, no question, the most popular thing I've ever been connected with. When I die, if the Times gives me an obit, it's going to be because of Butch.
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One way an author dies a little each day is when his books go out of print.
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God grant you your quota of smiles.
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