Things written down can cause a great deal of harm. All too often, people don't consider that.
("The Blind Assassin")
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More powerful than God, more evil than the Devil; the poor have it, the rich lack it, and if you eat it you die?
Happy as a clam, is what my mother says for happy. I am happy as a clam: hard-shelled, firmly closed.
Real painters grunt like Marlon Brando
Blondes are like white mice, you only find them in cages. They wouldn't last long in nature. They're too conspicuous.
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