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The Lord gives to he who has no teeth.
The yew tree exists three hundred years: first green, then dry, then gone.
If youth had the volition and if old age had the ability.
Through falls and stumbles, one learns to walk.
Whether well-shaven or not, it looks the same after a few days.
Too much good causes revolts.
More kids are dying than old goats.
The young pay for the old.
Disorder brings about order.
Everyone knows what’s cooking in their pot.
Dress up a rod, it looks like a baron.
The sea embraces streams.
When you pull the tooth, it will stop hurting.
There is no moment more precious than the exact moment you are living now
But there’s one thing we must all be clear about: terrorism is
I like that girl more that I can remember likin’ anything in
To regret religion is to regret Western civilization.
Listing the polar bear under the Endangered Species Act could harm bear
Its such an egotistical thing to be able to just stand there
If hot food is they key to maintaining an expedition’s stamina, then
Sometimes you need to stay in touch but be out of reach.