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Faadumo Loley Quotes By Stephen Jay Gould

Great theories are expansive; failures mire us in dogmatism and tunnel vision. — Stephen Jay Gould

Faadumo Loley Quotes By Chaka Khan

My philosophy is familiarity breeds contempt. — Chaka Khan

Faadumo Loley Quotes By Karen Blixen

Difficult times have helped me to understand better than before how infinitely rich and beautiful life is in every way, and that so many things that one goes worrying about are of no importance whatsoever. — Karen Blixen

Faadumo Loley Quotes By David Foster Wallace

In ways that certain of us are uncomfortable about, SNOOTs' attitudes about contemporary usage resemble religious/political conservatives' attitudes about contemporary culture. We combine a missionary zeal and a near-neural faith in our beliefs' importance with a curmudgeonly hell-in-a-handbasket despair at the way English is routinely manhandled and corrupted by supposedly educated people. The Evil is all around us: boners and clunkers and solecistic howlers and bursts of voguish linguistic methane that make any SNOOT's cheek twitch and forehead darken. A fellow SNOOT I know likes to say that listening to most people's English feels like watching somebody use a Stradivarius to pound nails: We are the Few, the Proud, the Appalled at Everyone Else. — David Foster Wallace

Faadumo Loley Quotes By Mike May

Sporting goods sales have suffered because Americans have become too sedentary. — Mike May

Faadumo Loley Quotes By Bryan Way

The bioelectricity of her brain has ceased to function, and as I lay here, the cells are beginning to degenerate and every thought and memory she had is irretrievably fading into nothing. We were like phone towers in concert, reciprocating, each useless without the other, and now I feel like a massive star extending its light, heat, and gravitational pull into a radiant and beautiful universe only to discover that it is singularly without planets, only holding down a vestigial field of cold, dark rocks. — Bryan Way

Faadumo Loley Quotes By Christopher Brookmyre

My reaction to your news is delighted astonishment that Lanark has been judged more popular than a book by Ian Rankin, and only regret that this wonderful honour had no money attached to it! — Christopher Brookmyre