When the male organ of a man stands erect, two thirds of his intelect go away. And one third of his religion.
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For ridding oneself of faith is like boiling seawater to retrieve the salt--something is gained but something is lost.
I'm serious. I don't know how you work like that. My school shit is better organized, and I'm not in the business of World Domination.
Blimey, thought Kelvin, what an eye-to-face ratio. When you want to say something delicate, you don't want that eye-to-face ration staring up at you. Big eyes, like a child's or a baby seal's; the physiognomy of innocence--looking at Archie Jones is like looking at something that expects to be clubbed round the head any second.
Early in the morning, late in the century, Cricklewood Broadway.
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