“Once again, human history proved that the worst mistake possible in politics was underestimating one's opponents. Van”
“The asteroid was longer on the inside than it was on the outside. The seventh chamber went on forever.”
“If a truth is dangerous," he said, "then perhaps it is not true enough." The”
“They were burying the past, or as much of it as they could part with.”
“He needed to call Eve.
He looked across the field, across the silvered mists and gentle rise of aching green. Rather than pull out his pocket-link he continued to toy with the button. He didn't want to call her. He wanted to touch her. To hold her, just hold her and anchor himself again.
"Why did I come without you?" he murmured, "when I need you so bloody much?”
“It was scary how much she sounded like me sometimes. Maybe that's why she totally got on my nerves”
“One of Renee's friends asked her, "Does your boyfriend wear glasses?" She said, "No, he wears a Walkman.”
“I sat down and knitted for some time - my usual resource under discouraging circumstances.”
“Ei kukaan voi omistaa kaunista näkymää eikä mikään estä siitä iloitsemista.”
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