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He who has a mate has a master.
The tail is always the hardest part to flay.
Of judgment every one has a stock on hand for sale.
No sooner is a law made than a way around it is discovered.
Every ten years one man has need of another.
Poverty wants many things, and avarice all.
When wine sinks, words swim.
Do not judge of the ship from the land.
She who is born a beauty is born betrothed.
The difficult thing is to get foot in the stirrup.
An empty sack will not stand upright.
He that flatters you more than you desire either has deceived you or wishes to deceive.
When it thunders, the thief becomes honest.
I nothing had, and yet enough for youth–Joy in Illusion, ardent thirst
Sometimes I hate how much I love him But everyday I love him more
Years ago when dna was going on, I produced a record in italy but I didn’t think I’d do another one.
I know who and what I am. I am the Executioner, and I don’t date vampires. I kill them.
My feeling is that the concept of creativeness and the concept of
Instant-doomsday hyperbole caused the world’s attention to focus on the hypothetical threat
I feel that all the experiences I’ve gone through in my life,
It’s nice to help remember somebody who really made a very positive