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Noam Chomsky
“If you assume that there is no hope, you guarantee that there will be no hope.”
Noam Chomsky

Chuck Palahniuk
“What we don't understand we can make mean anything.”
Chuck Palahniuk

Tracy McMillan
“Everything works out in the end. if it hasn't worked out yet, then it's not the end.”
Tracy McMillan, I Love You And I'm Leaving You Anyway

Chuck Palahniuk
“Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I've ever known.”
Chuck Palahniuk, Invisible Monsters

Martin Amis
“On his way back through the plane Richard had seen women crying-- three women, four women. And he realized that there always were these women on planes, crying, with makeup in meltdown, folded over in the window seat or candidly hideous in the aisle, clutching Kleenex. Before, if he assumed anything, he assumed they were crying about boyfriends or husbands (partings or sunderings), or crying (who cared?) from toothache or curse pains or fear of flying. But now he was forty, and he knew.

Women on planes were crying because someone they love or loved is dead or dying. Every plane has them.”
Martin Amis, The Information
tags: death

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