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"Trout fishing. One must be a stickler for proper form. Use nothing but #4
blasting caps. Or a hand grenade, if handy. Or at a pool well-lined with
stone, one blast from a .44 magnum will bring a few stunned brookies quietly
to the surface."

                                            --Edward Abbey



1. 




You will always find some Eskimo ready instruct the Congolese
on how to cope with heat waves.

        --Ibid

2. 




The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like and do
what you'd druther not. 

    -- Mark Twain

3. 




"Whenever I read "Time" or "Newsweek" or such magazines,
I wash my hands afterward. But how to wash off the small
but odious stain such reading leaves on the mind?"

                                           --Edward Abbey



4. 




Try calling up strangers in the phone book and forgiving them.
Not only will it loosen you up for the crucial real thing, the
strangers will feel better. Everyone likes to know they're forgiven. 

    - Rich Hall 

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