When you get right down to it, everybody's having a perfectly lousy time of it, and I mean everyone. And the hell of it is, nothing seems to help much.
It was a thunderingly beautiful experience -- voluptuous, sexual, dangerous, and expensive as hell.
Well, to admire the hell out of Jesus Christ or of everyone who speaks well. And, well my grandfather said is-- if-- what Jesus said was marvelous. What does it matter whether he was God or not And it doesn't matter. So this is a human being who spoke extremely well, and we humanists listened.
I told him that if we doubted that we are demons in Hell, he should read The Mysterious Stranger, which Mark Twain wrote in 1898, long before the First World War (1914-1918). In the title story he proves to his own grim satisfaction, and to mine as well,
You had to get everything exactly right or the editors would give you hell.
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