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Separating John Updike Quotes By Thomas Carlyle: The scandalous bronze-lacquer age of hungry animalisms, spiritual The scandalous bronze-lacquer age of hungry animalisms, spiritual impotences, and mendacities, will have to run its course, till the pit follow it. — Thomas Carlyle
Separating John Updike Quotes By Dan Rather: I got addicted. News, particularly daily news, is I got addicted. News, particularly daily news, is more addictive than crack cocaine, more addictive than heroin, more addictive than cigarettes. — Dan Rather
Separating John Updike Quotes By Willa Cather: Youth, when it is hurt, likes to feel Youth, when it is hurt, likes to feel itself betrayed. — Willa Cather
Separating John Updike Quotes By Matshona Dhliwayo: If you live for everybody you will die If you live for everybody you will die a nobody. — Matshona Dhliwayo
Separating John Updike Quotes By Robert Reich: I have found over the years that the I have found over the years that the most important way of getting people to relax is self-deprecating humor. — Robert Reich
Separating John Updike Quotes By Joel Dicker: Love, love, always love! But what is love? Love, love, always love! But what is love? It doesn't mean anything! Love is just a trick invented by men so they don't have to do their own laundry! — Joel Dicker
Separating John Updike Quotes By Jon Hamm: I played Winnie the Pooh in first grade. I played Winnie the Pooh in first grade. I was an early adopter of standing in front of people and looking like an idiot. — Jon Hamm
Separating John Updike Quotes By Lauren Groff: They could have lived on happiness alone, in They could have lived on happiness alone, in their glamourous poverty, in their apartment. — Lauren Groff
Separating John Updike Quotes By David Gaider: I fall off horses," he explained to Loghain I fall off horses," he explained to Loghain with a sickly grin. "It's this thing I do. — David Gaider