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|That period of life in which we compound for the vices that remain by reviling |
those we have no longer the vigor to commit. - Bierce ... Billings, Josh I think
when the full horror of being fifty hits you, you should stay home and have a good
|I think when the full horror of being fifty hits you, you should stay home and have |
a good cry. —ALAN BLEASDALE ... There is no question that if you compare the
two of us, I look a good twenty years younger. So, going by the “fifty is the new ...
Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|4 When I was as you are now, towering in the confidence of twenty-one, little did I |
suspect that I should be at forty-nine ... AGE AND AGING: FIFTIES 1 I think when
the full horror of being fifty hits you, you should stay home and have a good cry.
|You can't know what is enough until you have had more than enough. - William |
Blake When the full horror of being fifty hits you, you should stay home and have
a good cry. - Alan Bleasdale Love matches are formed by people who pay for a ...
|Andrew Marvell, To His Coy Mistress' The clear message of our society is that |
youth is best, middle age is worse and old age is ... Enoch Powell 'I think when
the full horror of being fifty hits you, you should stay at home and have a good cry.
|I see nothing babyish in crying over a dead pct nor over a sprained arm; but if I |
should say what I think about fretting when mothers say that boys ' ought ... A little
later in the season and some of you will have pretty broods to feed, I'm thinking.
|I have no doubt you will recognize it," and Bob. unfolding the paper, held it in |
such a manner that Wolvorton could read it. ... How. tin your that it,' riding upon a
now delivered to your lo you account for it being written ? ... "You are quite
welcome to adopt this line of defense, Mr. Wolvcrton, if you think best. ... cried
Wolvorton. hoarsely, bis face the color of chalk. .... tells us: "Full of disgust and
horror at the very I signt of him, I replied that I would rather crawl homo on my
hands and knees ...
|she cried. “let us hurry home. There is going to be a storm.” The boy helped her |
off with her skates and took off his ... the hundred “braves" galloped off to
headquarters, bearing a bag full of tomato-(ans and nine small flags painted with
the ... Being, besides, a good comrade, he had no objection to allowing the
lieutenant. his intimate friend, a fair share of his ... I guess he's glad to have an
excuse to stay at home, don't you? .... “If you help me on, Rob, I don't think it will
stop my riding.
|I stared at him in horror. ... You must! You shall i” I cried, fiercely. “You have |
raised this devil, and you must lay himl Are these the liberties about ... But again
he caught and stayed me, clinging to me with a stubbornness which would not be
denied. ... a distance of fifty paces, the close ranks ofthe mob; in front of me the
white blind face of the St. Alais' house, from which, ... But for you. I call upon you
to depart, and go to your homes in peace, and the Committee—" I got no farther.
With the ...