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Francis Neilson, Albert Jay Nock - 1921
|“\Vhat I don't understand," said I, trying to get in the thin edge of a wedge, “is how |
a nigger is crazy enough to try to pull any of this ... A “No, don't you believe it,
Buddie. around somehow, but it's a dogged lie. ... weeks ago, I swore that I would
not be drawn into futile controversy of this sort, but my reputation for heterodoxy
drew fire one evening ... I was criticized by some young revolutionaries for having
failed to carry through to a finish a controversy that I had unintentionally started in
|The frost is patterned on the pane; The shivering storm runs bare above; The |
trees are naked in the lane. ... Then, still jingling his keys and looking entirely
beyond the group in the room, lie went on, as if talking to himself: "* I put in ...
always gave Janet a shuddering sense of weakness; of the utter futility of
opposition; of powcrlessness against his will; ... Really, my boy," he was saying to
Butler with paternal kindness, "what you want this money for is not to save the
concern, but yourself.
|Drive down to Shelving Cove — you won't find one nearer — and make the men |
bring some grappling-hooks. ... Run, man ! " Awaiting no further urgency, Sir
Arthur tore down the hill, and in a couple of minutes the dog-cart was being ... out
to sea, and long before Sir Arthur Ledsom returned with the boat, the two young
men were unable to point out where it lay. ... Pointing shorewards, then, towards
that small creek not far from Peter Cole's farm, where the little party had landed
on the ...
|The utter futility of any attempt effectually to light the Fig. ... With trains during part |
of the day running through them ... the amount of smoke that is mixed with the
damp air of the tunnel creates a low-lying heavy cloud that defies illumination. ...
trains running through thi □ tunnel, must steadily be produced in great quantities,
and it does not seem as though any ... But the speed is necessarily rather low.
and if service through the tunnel is to be expedited something further should be
- 48 pages
|However, their interpretation may be changed, and in science but not in art, |
mediocre work can, by organization, be made to .... This foot shouldn't have been
forward, athletically speaking, but Wolfe said it made her look more girlish,
stopping conversation right there. ..... The human documents which I have put
before you are not concerned with processes which a machine can duplicate. .....
When these works of art are finally created, it will become obvious to all how it
can be done.
- 152 pages
|Whereas however in the First World War I filled responsible but subordinate posts|
, I was for more than five years in this second struggle ... I have adhered to my
rule of never criticising any measure of war or policy after the event unless I had
before expressed ... It must not be supposed that I expect everybody to agree with
what I say, still less that what I am ... There never was a war more easy to stop
than that which has just wrecked what was left of the world from the previous
- 64 pages
|Let me remind you that nuclear disarmament is not just an ardent desire of the |
people, as expressed in many resolutions of the United Nations. .... Whether and
when the various nations of the world can agree to stop this is uncertain. .... If you
can do so, the way lies open for a new paradise; if you cannot, there lies before
you the risk of universal death. ..... But running parallel to these efforts was a
profound mistrust of the Soviet Union, as well as a growing belief that nuclear
- 116 pages
|In spite of the possible accusation that the country is trying to make political gain |
out of the experience, it is .... Glenn T. Seaborg, looking into the future with a
practiced eye, paints an admittedly optimistic but not improbable picture, where
the ..... people of the world that all efforts to produce more food, energy and
materials, and to stop pollution, would prove futile unless ...... My technical work
was done, the race was run and the full awful magnitude of what we had done
came over me.
|Family members ow “report” events to you, but you nare little of yourself with them|
. ... Your outbursts are really your way of releasing intemal pressure and
frustration, but it doesn't improve anything in the long run. ... While each of these
perceptions undoubtedly has a grain of truth in it, the fact remains that most of the
responsibility for Hurry Sickness lies within you. ... ENJOY EXPERIENCES, NOT
REWARDS: The trap of Hurry Sickness is rushing to “get done” to obtain a sense
|It Is never done knowingly. ... Nothing could be more futile than speculation about |
something that will have crystallized into hard fact before an attempted airy fancy
can be expressed concerning it. This, then, deliberately sets out to be a flight into
futility. ... is that we aren't saying a word about it to anyone but you, and we're not
even mentioning it to you until, as you see, ... whether or not expressed, that if the
rank and file of the Republican party couldn't stop Mr. Willkie then the mine-run ...