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Friday, April 15, 2011

404. Some quotes from the sorting room.

Richard Russell: "I'll tell you the truth -- I still haven't made any sense out of the whole mix. If I've come to any conclusion it is this -- 85% of mankind is clueless and living on a hand-to-mouth basis. 5% of mankind is smart and pretty much knows what they are doing. Ten percent are intelligent enough to follow the 5%."

Kurt Vonnegut: "The most beautiful thing money could buy was a childhood a lifetime long."

Honore de Balzac: Deeply in debt for most of his life. Honore de Balzac elatedly sent this announcement to his publisher and friends on the death of his miserly uncle who left him a sizable bequest.
    Yesterday, at five in the morning, my uncle and I passed on to a better life.

Eugene O’Neill: Traveling in europe, Eugene O’Neill received a cable from Jean Harlow asking if he would write a play for her. “Reply collect in 20 words.” read the cable. O’Neill did:
 NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
        O’NEILL

Marge Piercy: "Try to live as if you were an experiment conducted by the future"

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