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“If history teaches us anything at all, it is that sooner or later, wherever you go or whatever you do, the sad, brutal fact remains that you're almost bound to run into somebody or something that really needs killin'.”
Taylor Anderson
tags: humor

“The'll have to kill me before I die--Yellowbeard”
Taylor Anderson

“If the Good Lord meant men to use percussion caps, he wouldn't have strung flint all over the ground.”
Taylor Anderson

“I finally figured out the real difference between irony and satire--irony is when you fry a chicken in batter mixed from its own eggs, and satire is when you crack jokes about it.”
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Dale (Aus) About to start the new book, bought it today and looking forward to it.


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