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The Frictionary # 628

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Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

5806. Death is the last thing you should worry about. (Richard Lewis)

5807. Tolerance is just another name for indifference. (W. Somerset Maugham)

5808. Love, not only to express itself, but also to exist, needs freedom; adoration is only based on slavery. (Maria Zambrano)

5809. Question to women: Do you have to practice the penetrating look of disapproval or is it something you're all born with? (Kent Graham)

5810. A mistake repeated more than once is a decision. (Paulo Coelho)

5811. There will be no nuclear war. There's too much real estate involved. (Frank Zappa)

5812. Politicians do not like definitions; they take away the fuzziness they need to pull the wool over your eyes. (Réjean Lévesque)

5813. I break all my arrows
for love
my voice is an empty quiver. (Positively Wyrde)

5814. If time=money then I need to take my time. (Wendy Liebman)

5815. It's better to regret the absence than to end up regretting the presence. I prefer nostalgia to routine. (Lucia Etxebarria de Asteinza)

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