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Sunday, September 17, 2006
Refdesk Thoughts of the Day:
"Never Explain - your Friends do not need it..."
"Never Explain - your Friends do not need it and your Enemies will not believe you
"He declares himself guilty..."
"He declares himself guilty who justifies himself before accusation."
"Each morning the day lies like a fresh shirt on our bed..."
"Each morning the day lies like a fresh shirt on our bed; this incomparably fine,incomparably tightly woven tissue of pure prediction fits us perfectly. The happiness of the next twenty-four hours depends on our ability, on waking, to pick it up."