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1965


“What do you have in mind – inhumement, entombment, inurnment, interment?  Some people lately just prefer in-sarcophogus-ment.”
“Elaine communicates with me almost entirely by rumor.”
“I’m a naturalist.  We believe that man is doomed by his myths, that there can be no peace on Earth until man rids himself of all belief in the supernatural.”
“If people didn’t try something new, there would hardly be any progress at all.”

“Art is not a matter of appropriate design.  It’s not mathematics or politics or even beauty.  It’s an idea.”
“You’re the wrong age for soul.  It comes more naturally in the very young or very old.”
“If most things aren't funny then they're only exactly what they are.  Then it’s just one long dental appointment interrupted occasionally by something exciting like waiting or falling asleep.  What’s the point if I leave things just as I find them?  Then I’m just adding to the noise – I’m just taking up some room on the subway.”
“Only freedom can tame the wild, rebellious, palpitating heart of man.”
"You know, you're not anything like you think you are."
“Love takes us in strange ways.  It’s the language of the blood.  It’s neither cold nor indifferent.  It’s either agony or ecstasy, sometimes both at once.”
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