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Salwen Strasburg Quotes By John Maus

In our culture, the Oedipal drama succeeds in making us assume either a male or female sexual position. Certainly this is an ancient construct that's rapidly coming apart. — John Maus

Salwen Strasburg Quotes By K.C. Wells

He watched Carl pouring coffee into a huge mug bearing a photo of a cute corgi, below which was the word Alastair. — K.C. Wells

Salwen Strasburg Quotes By Blaise Pascal

Why should I choose to divide my ethics into four rather than six? Why should I define virtue as four, or two, or one? Why as desist and resist rather than 'follow nature' or 'discharge your private business without injustice', like Plato, or anything else?
'But,' you will say, 'there everything is summed up in a word. - 'Yes, but that is no good unless you explain it.' And when you come to explain it, as soon as you open up this precept which contains all the others, out they all come in the original confusion that you wanted to avoid. Thus when they are all enclosed in one they are concealed and useless, as if they were in a box, and they only come to light in their natural confusion. Nature has laid them down, without enclosing one inside another. — Blaise Pascal

Salwen Strasburg Quotes By Jacqueline Susann

No one should give up a dream without giving it a chance to come true. — Jacqueline Susann

Salwen Strasburg Quotes By River Phoenix

Everything is ironic to me. There are moments I find hysterical, but I'm probably the only one who would find that, except for a few people. — River Phoenix

Salwen Strasburg Quotes By John Ashcroft

We need to strengthen our analytic capacity in Washington, we need to centralize the anti-terrorism effort. — John Ashcroft

Salwen Strasburg Quotes By Jacob Grimm

Once a man and his wife were sitting by the entrance to their house. They had a roasted chicken in front of them and were about to eat it when the man saw his father coming toward them. So the man quickly grab the chicken and hid it because he didn't want to give him any. The old man came, had a drink, and went away. As the son reached to put the roasted chicken back on the table, he found that it had turned into a large toad, which then spring onto his face, sat right on it, and wouldn't leave him. If anyone tried to take it off, the toad would look at the person viciously as if it wanted to spring right into his face, too. So nobody dared touch it. And the ungrateful son had to feed the toad every day, otherwise, it would have eaten away part of his face. Thus the son wandered aimlessly all over the world. — Jacob Grimm