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  • An army's bravest men are its cowards. The death which they would not meet at the hands of the enemy they will meet at the hands of their officers, with never a flinching. -Ambrose Bierce
  • Intellect is invisible to the man who has none. -Arthur Schopenhauer
  • Mankind is not worth the effort, if only it would realize that it is forsaken and off itself.... -Abattoir
  • It is a royal privilege to do good and be spoken ill of. -Antisthenes
  • It is better to fall in with crows than with flatterers; for in the one case you are devoured when dead and in the other case while alive. -Antisthenes