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Kate Carlisle
“I needed another sibling the way I needed a sixth toe. Or a twelfth toe. You know, an extra one on each foot. Never mind.”
Kate Carlisle, Homicide in Hardcover

Raymond Chandler
“I caught the rest of it in one of those snob columns in the society section of the paper. I don't read them often, only when I run out of things to dislike......I threw the paper into the corner and turned on the TV set. After the society page dog vomit even the wrestlers looked good.”
Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye

Kurt Vonnegut
“Trout's leading robot looked like a human being, and could talk and dance and so on, and go out with girls. And nobody held it against him that he dropped jellied gasoline on people. But they found his halitosis unforgivable. But then he cleared that up, and he was welcomed to the human race.”
Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five

Kurt Vonnegut
“Billy Pilgrim says that the Universe does not look like a lot of bright little dots to the creatures from Tralfamadore. The creatures can see where each star has been and where it is going, so that the heavens are filled with rarefied, luminous spaghetti. And Tralfamadorians don't see human beings as two-legged creatures, either. They see them as great millepedes - "with babies' legs at one end and old people's legs at the other," says Billy Pilgrim.”
Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five

Raymond Chandler
“Sooner or later I may figure out why you like being a kept poodle.”
Raymond Chandler, The Long Goodbye

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