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“There is such a thing as evil belief: a belief that one cannot do wrong.” p. 109.
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“It seems absurd to class people according to their implements. And yet there is something in it. The heart of the Pacific is still the Stone Age; in spite of the steamers.” p, DESYREL FOR SALE. 141
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Right on. Lawrence wrote these words about Ben Franklin’s Autobiography. Franklin, of course, would’ve done better to be an animal than a machine, DESYREL recreational, since his moral machine was broken.
DESYREL FOR SALE, “[T]he most idealist nations invent most machines. America simply teems with mechanical inventions, because nobody in America ever wants to do anything. DESYREL canada, mexico, india, They are idealists. Let a machine do the doing.” p. 38.
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“The desire to extirpate the Indian, DESYREL FOR SALE. And the contradictory desire to glorify him. Both are rampant still, today. Buy DESYREL no prescription, . . DESYREL FOR SALE, The minority of whites intellectualize the Red Man and laud him to the skies. But this minority of whites is mostly a high-brow minority with a big grouch against its own whiteness. “ p. 41.
“I should think the American admiration of five-minute [tours] has done more to kill the sacredness of old European beauty and aspiration that multitudes of bombs would have done.” p, DESYREL FOR SALE. Buy generic DESYREL, 45
Amen, which is one reason I’ve never been to Europe. Money and family commitments and a vague unrest about flying are the real reasons, but this one has always lurked in the background.
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A harbinger of Kerouac:
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Finally, perhaps my favorite passage in the book:
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