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"Word of the day: faience. Ceramic ware, from the city of Faenza in Romagna. Ceramic creations are beautiful but the process creates a smell that often surrounds Faenza. At least now I know that the stink I endured every time I drove by was not for nothing!!

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"Hahah Burzum a Christ-like martyr for his cause, willing to suffer in prison

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Nov 04, 2018 05:05PM

 
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“[Speaking to a group of wealthy New Yorkers]

A million years ago, the cave man, without tools, with small brain, and with nothing but the strength of his body, managed to feed his wife and children, so that through him the race survived. You on the other hand, armed with all the modern means of production, multiplying the productive capacity of the cave man a million times — you are incompetents and muddlers, you are unable to secure to millions even the paltry amount of bread that would sustain their physical life. You have mismanaged the world, and it shall be taken from you. ”
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“In “Shadow of a Doubt,” I was trying to describe the connection you feel when your eyes meet another person’s. You project all kinds of things on those eyes, feel them seeing into and past you, sometimes feel the sex behind them too.”
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“The only really good performance is the one where you make yourself vulnerable, while pushing beyond your familiar comfort zone.”
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“It's like giving a glass of ice water to somebody in hell" -- about iTunes on Windows computers”
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