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Colin Firth


"I think back in the caveman days, our ancestors would huddle around the fire at night and the wolves would be howling in the dark, just beyond the light.  And one person would start talking and he would tell a story so we wouldn't be so scared in the dark."
"It's not the page count that's important.  It's telling the story."
"The world is changing.  There's a reason why aristocrats developed weak chins."
"Humankind is the only virus cursed to live with the horrifying knowledge of its host's fragile mortality."
"There is nothing noble in being superior to your fellow man; true nobility is being superior to your former self."
"If you're prepared to adapt and learn, you can transform."
"The suit is the modern gentleman's armor."
“People die of common sense, one lost moment at a time.”
“To retain one’s youth, one has merely to repeat one’s follies.”
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