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  • A great artist is never poor.

  • The war with Iraq ... had to be one of the greatest non sequiturs in military history. Attacked by a gang composed largely of Islamic militants from Saudi Arabia, the United States countered by invading an unrelated country, and one of the most secular in the Middle East at that.

  • To do exactly as your neighbors do is the only sensible rule.

  • We all find means of anesthesia.

  • ... parents embarrass their children probably more than the other way around. I don't know why we should blush so hard for our parents — we didn't rear them — and yet we do.

  • ... resentment was a justice she owed to herself. There are some offenses which it is an unworthy weakness to forget.

  • For all-around, everyday, all-season wear, farmers can't be beat. They are inclined to chafe under the burden of leisure (a minor vexation on the farm), but they thrive on neglect and adversity.

  • Rabbits are a foolish people. They do not fight except with their own kind, nor use their paws except for feet, and appear to have no reason for existence but to furnish meals for meat-eaters. In flight they seem to rebound from the earth of their own elasticity, but keep a sober pace going to the spring. It is the young watercress that tempts them and the pleasures of society, for they seldom drink.