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The Carolinian (Six Bulls series, #2) The Carolinian by Richard Puz
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“Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.
From an Irish headstone”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian
“Why, God? You made man in your own image. Why then do so many lack good sense? And why is that we are so easily drawn to hate and kill each other? Why, God?”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian
“Free men can easily become enslaved, if they let others do their thinking and talking, instead of using their own heads.”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian
“As I’ve been telling your, son, you get nowhere looking at clothes and the color of the skin to judge a man. It won’t tell you nothing about what’s inside. That’s where a fellow’s mettle is, and that’s what counts.”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian
“If you don’t know history,
you don’t know anything.”
Edward Johnston”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian
“You have to learn the difference between a man’s looks, and how fine he shoots. They’ve never been one and the same.”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian
“We got a saying around here about our corn, ‘it grows knee-high by the Fourth of July.”
Richard Puz, The Carolinian