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There is a time for all things--Except Marriage my dear.
The law is not a "light" for you or any man to see by; the law is not an instrument of any kind. The law is a causeway upon which ...
The President should not be required to take up the question of the selection of a successor before the last offices of affection ...
Both envy and jealousy are common experiences. They are entirely different feelings, one a desire for what another person has, the ...
This afternoon's experience suggested to me how base or coarse are the motives which commonly carry men into the wilderness. The e ...
The reputation of generosity is to be purchased pretty cheap; it does not depend so much upon a man's general expense, as it does ...
Improvisation was the blood and bone of jazz, and in the classic, New Orleans jazz it was collective improvisation in which each p ...
For this world we live in
None of us is sly enough.
...
History is a needle
for putting men asleep
anointed with the poison
Of all they want to keep.
The principal saloon was the Howlin' Wilderness, an immense log cabin with a log fire always burning in the huge fireplace, where ...
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