Psycho-analyses, how disgusting.
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Time cools, time clarifies no mood can be maintained quite unaltered through the course of hours
Disease makes men more physical, it leaves them nothing but body.
They feel emboldened in a way that they weren't after 9-11. They see that their criticisms help shape public opinion and they are emboldened by seeing erosion in the Republican Party unity.
A man's dying is more his survivor's affair than his own.
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Richard E. Grant