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They spoke in semaphore, all punctuation unnecessary.“You?”“Great.”They’d trimmed the language to its essentials. Before long it would just be consonants. Then silence.
We're all blessed and we're all blighted, Chief Inspector, " said Finney. "Everyday each of us does our sums. The question is, what do we count?
They were home. He always felt a bit like a snail, but instead of carrying his home on his back, he carried it in his arms.
She taught me that life goes on, and that I had a choice. To lament what I no longer had or be grateful for what remained.
Rules meant order. Without them they’d be killing each other. It began with butting in, with parking in disabled spaces, with smoking in elevators. And it ended in murder.
…believing sarcasm and rude remarks kept the monsters at bay. They didn’t.
Do you know the sums that I do?” “I count my blessings.
Do you know why we’re all happy here, monsieur? Because it’s the last house on the road.