“the poppy crop is the only thing keeping the economy going. And if we don’t buy it terrorists will and use the enormous profits from dealing the drugs to attack us. Lesser of two evils; sometimes it’s the only choice we have.” “It’s still wrong,” Michelle persisted. “And what Valerie did was criminal.” “Valerie was a rogue clear and simple. As crazy as it sounds I believe she was going to kill you both after the torture was done, and she probably believed she’d get away with it. The role of the”
“There’s a chromosome that goes haywire when you turn thirteen. It commands you to live in filth”
“People who attempted to end their lives, no matter how amateurishly they might do so at first, often got better at it, with the result that on the third, fourth or sixth try, they ended up on a slab with a coroner poking around their remains.”
“But don’t sit here and think that you’re cured, because that’s the biggest load of crap I’ve ever heard. People who want to get better, they work at it. They don’t lie to themselves and everyone else. They don’t sit on their ass and sink deeper into a pathetic existence while denying anything’s wrong at all. They have balls not bullshit. And I’m pretty much fed up with yours.”
“I’m gonna be sick,” Burt moaned. “I’m gonna be sick!”
“minutes later Horatio pulled up to the”
“I remember thinking about her that it’s not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog.”
“Whatever was hurting the lady, he simply didn’t have the tools to help her. Apparently, a deep friendship didn’t cut it with matters of a wounded soul.”
“There’s a chromosome that goes haywire when you turn thirteen. It commands you to live in filth while withstanding all threats by parents to clean up your act.”
“A child’s permanent personality is substantially formed by age six.”
“—Yo no puedo, yo te quiero más que como un amigo. Además jamás podría hacerle eso a Audrey, jamás me lo perdonaría.
Él camino hacia mí y en sus ojos se veía la determinación.
— ¿Por qué te mientes a ti misma?
—No puedes quererme a mí, yo… yo no soy la chica buena de la historia, yo soy la chica materialista y egoísta, yo hago lo que quiera, lastimo gente con tal de tener lo que quiero. Tú debes estar con ella, con la chica que te ha amado siempre.”
“Each of us is here for a brief sojourn; for what purpose he knows not, though he sometimes thinks he senses it. But without deeper reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people. —Albert Einstein”
“I wouldn’t let the old voices dictate me; I wouldn’t let anyone dictate who I was anymore. I was strong enough to know who I was and I wasn’t going to be beaten down again.”
“Deacon went suddenly rigid and slipped out of her.He sat up,his eyes wide and the darkest green she´d ever seen.Like a forest on a moonless night.”
“THANK YOU but please do not write again. And do not call. I have had enough of you.”
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