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Tami Hoag

  • Family was a fertile breeding ground for the kind of psychological bacteria that warped minds and devoured hope.

  • ... for all intents and purposes, her father was dead. His body had yet to get the message, but the essence of him was gone.

  • Minnesotans hate zeal. Zeal is right up there on the list of suspicious emotional behaviors like joy and despair. Always err on the side of blandness.

  • Hatred is like taking poison and expecting the other person to die of it.

  • In a lifestyle where there are no boundaries, it becomes a challenge to find one's true self. If everything comes easily, there is no way to establish worth. And if nothing has real value, then there is no way to gauge satisfaction or accomplishment or contentment.

  • The horse world is populated by two kinds of people: those who love horses, and those who exploit horses and the people who love them.

  • Being rich has never stopped anyone from being greedy.

  • He had the kind of smile that said: I'm a big prick, let me sell you something overpriced. Apparently that worked for some people.

Tami Hoag, U.S. writer

(1959)