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Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Patricia Highsmith

When I am thickening my plots, I like to think 'What if ... What if ... ' Thus my imagination can move from the likely, which everyone can think of, to the unlikely-but-possible, my preferred plot. — Patricia Highsmith

Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Paul Nurse

Like many students, I found the drudgery of real experiments and the slowness of progress a complete shock, and at my low points I contemplated other alternative careers including study of the philosophy or sociology of science. — Paul Nurse

Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Ryan David Jahn

If you have thirty dollars and rent is eighty, there's no point in saving any of it. Drink till you're drunk and pay for a ride home. You might as well enjoy your trip to the bottom. It's when you've got eighty-seven dollars and the rent's eighty that you need to save. — Ryan David Jahn

Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Ethan Nadelmann

I'm not fighting for the Marlboro-ization of marijuana. — Ethan Nadelmann

Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Stephen McAndrew

If truth is contingent upon the society in which we live ... there is nothing intuitive or universally or absolutely true about freedom from torture or freedom from slavery; our society just happens to have come up with these values over time. — Stephen McAndrew

Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Ben Hecht

Criticism can never instruct or benefit you. Its chief effect is that of a telegram with dubious news. Praise leaves no glow behind, for it is a writer's habit to remember nothing good of himself. I have usually forgotten those who have admired my work, and seldom anyone who disliked it. Obviously, this is because praise is never enough and censure always too much. — Ben Hecht

Helmgard Recliner Quotes By Tony Judt

For Europe to play a part in the world on the scale of its wealth and its population and its capacities, Europe has to be united in some way, and Europe is not united. — Tony Judt