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  • Shaun shared from The Name of the Wind: The Kingkiller Chronicle: Day One by Patrick Rothfuss
    “There are two sure ways to lose a friend, one is to borrow, the other to lend.”
    Note: insightful...
  • Shaun shared from Insomnia by Stephen King
    “You son of a bitch fucker! You bastard! Eat my cock! Hurry up! Hurry up and lick shit, you fucking asshole cuntlapper! Fucking booger! Ratdick ringmeat! Suckhole!”
    Note: I feel like saying this to far too many people lately...
  • Shaun shared from Dune (40th Anniversary Edition) (Dune Chronicles, Book 1) by Frank Herbert
    “All men beneath your position covet your station,” went the Bene Gesserit axiom.
  • Shaun shared from Freakonomics Rev Ed: (and Other Riddles of Modern Life) (P.S.) by Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner
    These budding drug lords bumped up against an immutable law of labor: when there are a lot of people willing and able to do a job, that job generally doesn’t pay well. This is one of four meaningful factors that determine a wage. The others are the specialized skills a job requires, the unpleasantness of a job, and the demand for services that the job fulfills.
  • Shaun shared from Under the Dome: A Novel by Stephen King
    “God tests us with things we don’t understand,” she said. “Sometimes it’s sickness. Sometimes it’s the unexpected death of a loved one.” She looked sympathetically at Brenda Perkins, who sat with her head bowed and her hands clasped in the lap of a black dress. “And now it’s some inexplicable barrier that has cut us off from the outside world. We don’t understand it, but we don’t understand sickness or pain or the unexpected deaths of good people, either. We ask God why, and in the Old Testament, the answer is the one He gave to Job: ‘Were you there when I made the world?’...
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Shaun Culwell