2002 Quotes

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Paul   Newman
“Those with a moral deficit put on a good show, and sleep like a baby.”
Paul Newman

Stephen King
“Writers are often the worst judges of what they have written.”
Stephen King, Everything's Eventual: 14 Dark Tales

Stephen King
“A broken spoon may become a fork.”
Stephen King, Everything's Eventual: 14 Dark Tales

Glenn Greenwald
“Michael Ledeen—a contributing editor of National Review and a Freedom Scholar at the influential neoconservative think tank American Enterprise Institute—wrote on the National Review blog in November 2006: 'I had and have no involvement with our Iraq policy'. I opposed the military invasion of Iraq before it took place.'

Ledeen, however, wrote in August 2002 of 'the desperately-needed and long overdue war against Saddam Hussein' and when he was interviewed for Front Page Magazine the same month and asked, 'Okay, well if we are all so certain about the dire need to invade Iraq, then when do we do so?' Ledeen replied: 'Yesterday.' There is obvious, substantial risk in falsely claiming that one opposed the Iraq War notwithstanding a public record of support. But that war has come to be viewed as such a profound failure that that risk, at least in the eyes of some, is outweighed by the prospect of being associated with Bush's invasion.”
Glenn Greenwald, A Tragic Legacy: How a Good vs. Evil Mentality Destroyed the Bush Presidency

“The twentieth century was the Science Fiction Century. Science fiction affected everything, and we now live in a science fiction world.”
Charles N. Brown, Locus: The Newspaper of the Science Fiction Field, 1968-1977
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“…the narratives we tell to justify a single set of laws and stakes are inherently unjust.”
James Williams, Key Contemporary Social Theorists