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“Living aboard one's sailboat and having neither house nor vehicle nor job, and needing none, would be hubris—the most arrogant presumption—and therefore suitable punishable by the gods. One would be drowned by Poseidon early on and die extremely happy.”

Matthew Goldman, The Journals of Constant Waterman: Paddling, Poling, and Sailing for the Love of It
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