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M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "I have been cheated out of being treated like a human being. In my reflection I saw an empty vessel. They had cheated me and I was desperate to make the sharp pain in my head stop."

I have been cheated out of being treated like a human being. In my reflection I saw an empty vessel. They had cheated me and I was desperate to make the sharp pain in my head stop.




M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "If anyone thinks interracial "anything" is a big deal, they're probably inbred."

If anyone thinks interracial "anything" is a big deal, they're probably inbred.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "I wasn’t a person after all. I was simply this exotic thing for people to observe and investigate, an alien in any environment I was in."

I wasn’t a person after all. I was simply this exotic thing for people to observe and investigate, an alien in any environment I was in.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "That’s what imperialism is all about, shoving your language, religion, culture, and race down others’ throats and telling them that they’re beneath you – and it’s not unique to the West either."

That’s what imperialism is all about, shoving your language, religion, culture, and race down others’ throats and telling them that they’re beneath you – and it’s not unique to the West either.




M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "How often do the poor in the US get to stand in front of their nation's Marie Antoinette's and shove the stale, mass-produced cake of lower class reality back into their mouths?"

How often do the poor in the US get to stand in front of their nation's Marie Antoinette's and shove the stale, mass-produced cake of lower class reality back into their mouths?



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "A wave of saudade swept over me as I realized home never existed at all. The concept of home felt far from my reach, and I felt sick with longing."

A wave of saudade swept over me as I realized home never existed at all. The concept of home felt far from my reach, and I felt sick with longing.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "Adversity has the remarkable ability of introducing the real you to yourself."

Adversity has the remarkable ability of introducing the real you to yourself.




M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "I left a piece of my soul that will always rightfully belong in the desert."

I left a piece of my soul that will always rightfully belong in the desert.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "It was a frightening metaphor for what the United States was becoming – a Titanic of rich, proud dimwits heading for the iceberg of anti-colonialist backlash."

It was a frightening metaphor for what the United States was becoming – a Titanic of rich, proud dimwits heading for the iceberg of anti-colonialist backlash.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "Get acquainted with your shadow, or find yourself surprised when a crisis emerges."

Get acquainted with your shadow, or find yourself surprised when a crisis emerges.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "To stay alive, you have to keep moving. Running, relocating, driving, doing everything in your power to stay in motion and make it to safety."

To stay alive, you have to keep moving. Running, relocating, driving, doing everything in your power to stay in motion and make it to safety.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "Fine art is the discipline of breaking rules."

Fine art is the discipline of breaking rules.




M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "The open road. Seemingly my only friend for years upon end since leaving war. The road embraced me, let me breathe, and more importantly, did not judge me."

The open road. Seemingly my only friend for years upon end since leaving war. The road embraced me, let me breathe, and more importantly, did not judge me.



M.B. Dallocchio Quotes: "Home.” This was my mantra, my four-letter savior."

Home.” This was my mantra, my four-letter savior.