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The Lord gives cold according to one’s clothes.
More kids are dying than old goats.
At the end of many disasters, there’s always an italian.
Linden, I want you.
When force and reason are in conflict, force of reason prevails and being reasonable isn’t enough.
A curse turns against the one who uttered it.
He who does not grow old is deprived of life.
Water ends up at the sea.
He who does not know how to plant will plant in november.
Dress up a rod, it looks like a baron.
He who changes, suffers.
Dry august, chestnuts at every step.
Whether well-shaven or not, it looks the same after a few days.
Don’t wait till you get bigger to put in place key items,
We may talk a good game and write even better ones, but
It is not being out at heels that makes a man discontented,
Besides the mistakes that are pointed out, I love the way readers
The gazing populace receive greedily, without examination, whatever soothes superstition and promotes
Your best work always seems to have been done by someone else.
When you’re going bad, sometimes you need to relax more. I’ve always
I think my heart breaks daily living in Salt Lake City, Utah.