|Human Nature||It has always been the prerogative of children and half-wits to point out that the emperor has no clothes. But a half-wit remains a half-wit, and the emperor remains an emperor.||Neil Gaiman||Link.|
|Happiness||I don't desire happiness. I think it's a myth, and I don't think it's... and it makes you complacent. I feel very satisfyingly uncomfortable. I have the freedom to feel uncomfortable in the way I want to, is maybe a way to put it.||Beau Willimon||Link.|
|Writing||I don't think that there are very many good writers who don't live without a sense of tension. If they haven't got one immediately available to them, then they usually manage to manufacture it in their private lives.||John le Carre||Link.|
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|COSC 231|| CTAR 140
CTAR 355 (T.A.
|COSC 231||COSC 212|