Me vs. You

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The “Horne” as Fred G. Sanford would say

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The Death in Battle of Umanosuke’s Household Retainer Hayase Banshirô

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Yet the priests are, as is notorious, the worst enemies—why? Because they are the weakest. Their weakness causes their hate to expand into a monstrous and sinister shape, a shape which is most crafty and most poisonous. The really great haters in the history of the world have always been priests, who are also the cleverest haters—in comparison with the cleverness of priestly revenge, every other piece of cleverness is practically negligible.

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My problem was that no one ever needed me as much as I needed them.

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Head of a skeleton with a burning cigarette (detail), van Gogh, c.1886

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