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I don’t always think that “people” are the opposite of “nature,” though shaking hands with certain individuals, like Dick Cheney, for instance, might just be about as distant as you can get without jumping directly into a vat of sludge.
One’s faith that it is possible to divide up humanity into 16 personality types, or nine, or four, may simply come down to how many numbers one can comfortably remember.
All I want is one day, once in my life, a whole 24 hours in which i am not confronted with human stupidity, fear or greed.
All we need is one more good swift kick.
What is it about human nature that makes us populate the front page with death, disaster and doom?
Any assessment of human nature has to include the diametrically opposed poles of the common landlord vs. the garden-variety saint.
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Just when you think you can’t possibly loathe them any more, they go and get all nice at you.
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Even when faced with the reality of a sudden and awful death of another, if there’s a touch of inconvenience included…
Some of her words made the most dreadful of acts seem poetic, so it was that they remained captive and unspoken.
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