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A Fraction of the Whole by Steve Toltz
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Aug 12, 09

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Read in August, 2009


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Steve Toltz
“The game is an analogy for life: there are not enough chairs or good times to go around, not enough food, not enough joy, nor beds nor jobs nor laughs nor friends nor smiles nor money nor clean air to breathe...and yet the music goes on.”
Steve Toltz, A Fraction of the Whole

Steve Toltz
“That's how we slide, and while we slide we blame the world's problems on colonialism, imperialism, capitalism, corporatism, stupid white men, and America, but there's no need to make a brand name of blame. Individual self-interest: that's the source of our descent, and it doesn't start in the boardrooms or the war rooms either. It starts in the home.”
Steve Toltz, A Fraction of the Whole

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