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Zack was a manís man, as I define these things, and I admired him for it. He had his faults, yes, and you shall hear about them, but in our department he stood out, honest, courageous, and conscientious. He even had the look of a good cop, the sharply creased uniform trousers, the spit-shined shoes, the freshly starch Continue by clicking Zack
The Astonishing Colossal Man wore a red and blue uniform with a wide studded belt that circled his middle like a sheet of armor. A bolt of lightning blazed across his muscular chest. A silver half-mask enhanced his noble face. There were little golden wings on his knee-high boots. He was a superhero! Continue by clicking The Astonishing Colossal Man
Lockhart hated the planet, hated the service, hated the uniform they gave him to wear; most of all he hated the Karteans, each and every one of whom--oh, they were intelligent enough---hated him right back. You couldn't escape that hatred. It followed you down every street, through every alley, looked out every window, smoldered behind every expressionless face, this seething hostility, this bottomless contempt. Continue by clicking The Song of the Lilliphant
you're a kid
you're only a
kid. That's exactly my way of looking at
it. You don't even
begin to grow up until you've learned certain
things, things about
friends, things about money. The rest--sex,
health, life, death;
that stuff generally takes care of itself.
Continue by clicking
To Throw Away a One
Hundred Dollar Bill
change should you get back after putting down $3 to
pay for a
60-cent cup of soup and a $1.95 sandwich? Would you
exactly 56.3 percent of American college graduates
were unable to
figure this out?
by clicking Schoolhouse