About Adriana Gómez

Atheist, anarchocapitalist and crazy cat lady. Bender Bending Rodriguez die hard fan and zombie lover.

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  • Adriana shared from Small Gods: Discworld Novel, A by Terry Pratchett
    And a minute later the tortoise finds the world dropping away from it. And it sees the world for the first time, no longer one inch from the ground but five hundred feet above it, and it thinks: what a great friend I have in the eagle. And then the eagle lets go. And almost always the tortoise plunges to its death.
    Note: The tortoise and the eagle
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    Cruelty is a skill taught not only by example but by experience of it.
    Note: Cruelty
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    Once a man has been broken by pain, he remains forever a victim. He cannot ever forget that place he has visited, the moment when he decided that he would surrender everything rather than endure more pain. It is a shame no man ever completely recovers from.
    Note: About torture
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    The cat refuses, saying, “If I bonded with you, you would be the poorer, for you would lose that which you love best about me, for it is that I do not need you, yet I tolerate your company.”
    Note: gatos
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    All cats talk however they want. To whomever they want. But only a rude human speaks out of turn. Be quiet. I told you. She likes me better than you.
    Note: Cats talk however they want
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    “Death is always less painful and easier than life! You speak true. And yet we do not, day to day, choose death. Because ultimately, death is not the opposite of life, but the opposite of choice. Death is what you get when there are no choices left to make. Am I right?”
    Note: Momento emo/positivo
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    No man can return to being a boy. But there are interludes in a man’s life when, for a time, he can recapture the feeling that the world is a forgiving place and that he is immortal.
    Note: I do believe the world is a forgiving place
  • Adriana shared from The Tawny Man Trilogy 3-Book Bundle: Fool's Errand, Golden Fool, Fool's Fate by Robin Hobb
    “When you cut pieces from the truth to avoid sounding like a fool, you end up sounding like a moron instead.”
    Note: Sound advice
  • Adriana shared from Pyramids (Discworld Book 7) by Terry Pratchett
    The thing, he told himself, is not to look up or down, but straight ahead, into the marble, parcelling the impossible height into manageable sections. Just like time. That’s how we survive infinity—we kill it by breaking it up into small bits.
    Note: How we survive infinity
  • Adriana shared from Pyramids (Discworld Book 7) by Terry Pratchett
    The Sphinx is an unreal creature. It exists solely because it has been imagined. It is well known that in an infinite universe everything that can be imagined must exist somewhere, and since many of them are not things that ought to exist in a well-ordered space-time frame they get shoved into a side dimension. This may go some way to explaining the Sphinx’s chronic bad temper, although any creature created with the body of a lion, bosom of a woman and wings of an eagle has a serious identity crisis and doesn’t need much to make it angry.
    Note: This
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Adriana Gómez