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Quote: Yet while my Hector still survives, I see My father, mother, brethren, all in thee. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Yet while my Hector still survives, I see My father, mother, brethren, all in thee.


Quote: A hunter of shadows, himself a shade. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

A hunter of shadows, himself a shade.


Quote: Forgetful youth! but know, the Power above With ease can save each object of his love; Wide as his will extends his boundless grace. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Forgetful youth! but know, the Power above With ease can save each object of his love; Wide as his will extends his boundless grace.


Quote: The information superhighway showed the average person what some nerd thinks about Star Trek. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The information superhighway showed the average person what some nerd thinks about Star Trek.


Quote: Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story
of that man skilled in all ways of contending,
the wanderer, harried for years on end. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story
of that man skilled in all ways of contending,
the wanderer, harried for years on end.


Quote: Restrain yourself... and gloat in silence. I'll have no jubilation here. It is an impious thing to exult over the slain. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Restrain yourself... and gloat in silence. I'll have no jubilation here. It is an impious thing to exult over the slain.


Quote: Bad herdsmen waste the flocks which thou hast left behind. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Bad herdsmen waste the flocks which thou hast left behind.


Quote: He was the loveliest born of the race of mortals, and therefore the gods caught him away to themselves, to be Zeus' wine-pourer, for the sake of his beauty, so he might be among the immortals. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

He was the loveliest born of the race of mortals, and therefore the gods caught him away to themselves, to be Zeus' wine-pourer, for the sake of his beauty, so he might be among the immortals.


Quote: Sensitive love letters are my specialty. 'Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: you.' by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sensitive love letters are my specialty. 'Dear Baby, Welcome to Dumpsville. Population: you.'


Quote: And rest at last where souls unbodied dwell,

In ever-flowing meads of Asphodel. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

And rest at last where souls unbodied dwell,

In ever-flowing meads of Asphodel.


Quote: Oh, look at me! I'm making people happy! I'm the Magical Man from Happy-Land, in a gumdrop house on Lollipop Lane! Oh, by the way, I was being sarcastic. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Oh, look at me! I'm making people happy! I'm the Magical Man from Happy-Land, in a gumdrop house on Lollipop Lane! Oh, by the way, I was being sarcastic.


Quote: Thou shalt not take moochers into thy hut? by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Thou shalt not take moochers into thy hut?


Quote: The stars never lie, but the astrologers lie about the stars. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The stars never lie, but the astrologers lie about the stars.


Quote: Urge him with truth to frame his fair replies And sure he will for Wisdom never lies. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Urge him with truth to frame his fair replies And sure he will for Wisdom never lies.


Quote: By mutual confidence and mutual aid -- great deeds are done, and great discoveries made. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

By mutual confidence and mutual aid -- great deeds are done, and great discoveries made.


Quote: The natural thing, my lord, men and women joined. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The natural thing, my lord, men and women joined.


Quote: There will be killing till the score is paid. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

There will be killing till the score is paid.


Quote: No trust is to be placed in women. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

No trust is to be placed in women.


Quote: We live in a society of laws. Why do you think I took you to all those Police Academy movies? For fun? Well, I didn't hear anybody laughing, did you? by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

We live in a society of laws. Why do you think I took you to all those Police Academy movies? For fun? Well, I didn't hear anybody laughing, did you?


Quote: Pray, for all men need the aid of the gods. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Pray, for all men need the aid of the gods.


Quote: Nay if even in the house of Hades the dead forget their dead, yet will I even there be mindful of my dear comrade. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Nay if even in the house of Hades the dead forget their dead, yet will I even there be mindful of my dear comrade.


Quote: My life is more to me than all the wealth of Ilius. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

My life is more to me than all the wealth of Ilius.


Quote: All things are in the hand of heaven, and Folly, eldest of Jove's daughters, shuts men's eyes to their destruction. She walks delicately, not on the solid earth, but hovers over the heads of men to make them stumble or to ensnare them. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

All things are in the hand of heaven, and Folly, eldest of Jove's daughters, shuts men's eyes to their destruction. She walks delicately, not on the solid earth, but hovers over the heads of men to make them stumble or to ensnare them.


Quote: Strife, only a slight thing when she first rears her head but her head soon hits the sky as she strides across the earth. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Strife, only a slight thing when she first rears her head but her head soon hits the sky as she strides across the earth.


Quote: Like that star of the waning summer who beyond all stars rises bathed in the ocean stream to glitter in brilliance. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Like that star of the waning summer who beyond all stars rises bathed in the ocean stream to glitter in brilliance.


Quote: Beauty! Terrible Beauty! A deathless Goddess -- so she strikes our eyes! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Beauty! Terrible Beauty! A deathless Goddess -- so she strikes our eyes!


Quote: A man's life breath cannot come back again -- 

no raiders in force, no trading brings it back,

once it slips through a man's clenched teeth. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

A man's life breath cannot come back again --

no raiders in force, no trading brings it back,

once it slips through a man's clenched teeth.


Quote: His descent was like nightfall. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

His descent was like nightfall.


Quote: Strife and Confusion joined the fight, along with cruel Death, who seized one wounded man while still alive and then another man without a wound, while pulling the feet of one more corpse out from the fight. The clothes Death wore around her shoulders were dyed red with human blood. by author Homer overlaid on photo of Homer quote: Strife and Confusion joined the fight, along with cruel Death, who seized one wounded man while still alive and then another man without a wound, while pulling the feet of one more corpse out from the fight. The clothes Death wore around her shoulders were dyed red with human blood.- black text on quotes background

Strife and Confusion joined the fight, along with cruel Death, who seized one wounded man while still alive and then another man without a wound, while pulling the feet of one more corpse out from the fight. The clothes Death wore around her shoulders were dyed red with human blood.


Quote: Why have you come to me here, dear heart, with all these instructions? I promise you I will do everything just as you ask. But come closer. Let us give in to grief, however briefly, in each other's arms. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Why have you come to me here, dear heart, with all these instructions? I promise you I will do everything just as you ask. But come closer. Let us give in to grief, however briefly, in each other's arms.


Quote: Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sing, O muse, of the rage of Achilles, son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans.


Quote: Forget the brother and resume the man. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Forget the brother and resume the man.


Quote: We all scribble poetry. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

We all scribble poetry.


Quote: Pine needle sorbet? Pine needle sorbet?! My kids do NOT eat sorbet. They eat sherbet, and they pronounce it sherbert, and they wish it was ice cream! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Pine needle sorbet? Pine needle sorbet?! My kids do NOT eat sorbet. They eat sherbet, and they pronounce it sherbert, and they wish it was ice cream!


Quote: I would rather be tied to the soil as a serf... than be king of all these dead and destroyed. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I would rather be tied to the soil as a serf... than be king of all these dead and destroyed.


Quote: The ugliest man was he who came to Troy; with squinting eyes and one distorted foot. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The ugliest man was he who came to Troy; with squinting eyes and one distorted foot.


Quote: She spoke and loosened from her bosom the embroidered girdle of many colors into which all her allurements were fashioned. In it was love and int desire which steals the mind even of the wise. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

She spoke and loosened from her bosom the embroidered girdle of many colors into which all her allurements were fashioned. In it was love and int desire which steals the mind even of the wise.


Quote: There is a strength in the even of very sorry men. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

There is a strength in the even of very sorry men.




Quote: It's about time trees were good for something, instead of just standing there like jerks! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

It's about time trees were good for something, instead of just standing there like jerks!


Quote: There is satiety in all things, in sleep, and love-making, in the loveliness of singing and the innocent dance. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

There is satiety in all things, in sleep, and love-making, in the loveliness of singing and the innocent dance.


Quote: Bursts as a wave that from the clouds impends, And swell'd with tempests on the ship descends; White are the decks with foam; the winds aloud Howl o'er the masts, and sing through every shroud: Pale, trembling, tir'd, the sailors freeze with fears; And instant death on every wave appears. by author Homer overlaid on photo of Homer quote: Bursts as a wave that from the clouds impends, And swell'd with tempests on the ship descends; White are the decks with foam; the winds aloud Howl o'er the masts, and sing through every shroud: Pale, trembling, tir'd, the sailors freeze with fears; And instant death on every wave appears.- black text on quotes background

Bursts as a wave that from the clouds impends, And swell'd with tempests on the ship descends; White are the decks with foam; the winds aloud Howl o'er the masts, and sing through every shroud: Pale, trembling, tir'd, the sailors freeze with fears; And instant death on every wave appears.


Quote: Now what is a wedding? Well, Webster's dictionary describes a wedding as the process of removing weeds from one's garden. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Now what is a wedding? Well, Webster's dictionary describes a wedding as the process of removing weeds from one's garden.


Quote: Sleep and Death, who are twin brothers. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sleep and Death, who are twin brothers.


Quote: How delicate her feet who shuns the ground, Stepping a-tiptoe on the heads of men. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

How delicate her feet who shuns the ground, Stepping a-tiptoe on the heads of men.


Quote: For Fate has wove the thread of life with pain,

And twins ev'n from the birth are Misery and Man! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

For Fate has wove the thread of life with pain,

And twins ev'n from the birth are Misery and Man!


Quote: Endure, my heart; yea, a baser thing thou once didst bear. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Endure, my heart; yea, a baser thing thou once didst bear.


Quote: The man who acts the least, upbraids the most. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The man who acts the least, upbraids the most.


Quote: Thou knowst the oer-eager vehemence of youth,How quick in temper, and in judgement weak. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Thou knowst the oer-eager vehemence of youth,How quick in temper, and in judgement weak.


Quote: I want to be alone with my thought. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I want to be alone with my thought.


Quote: One who contends with immortals lives a very short life. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

One who contends with immortals lives a very short life.


Quote: When night falls and the world lies lost in sleep, 
I take to my bed, my heart throbbing, about to break,
anxieties swarming, piercing--I may go mad with grief. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

When night falls and the world lies lost in sleep,
I take to my bed, my heart throbbing, about to break,
anxieties swarming, piercing--I may go mad with grief.




Quote: Command thy vassals, but command not me. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Command thy vassals, but command not me.


Quote: You never know when an old calendar might come in handy! Sure, it's not 1985 right now, but who knows what tomorrow will bring? by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

You never know when an old calendar might come in handy! Sure, it's not 1985 right now, but who knows what tomorrow will bring?


Quote: It's disgraceful how these humans blame the gods. They say their tribulations come from us, when they themselves, through their own foolishness, bring hardships which are not decreed by Fate. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

It's disgraceful how these humans blame the gods. They say their tribulations come from us, when they themselves, through their own foolishness, bring hardships which are not decreed by Fate.


Quote: There is not any advantage to be won from grim lamentation. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

There is not any advantage to be won from grim lamentation.


Quote: And they die an equal death -- the idler and the man of mighty deeds. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

And they die an equal death -- the idler and the man of mighty deeds.


Quote: The tongue of man is a twisty thing, there are plenty of words there of every kind. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The tongue of man is a twisty thing, there are plenty of words there of every kind.








Quote: My mother Thetis tells me that there are two ways in which I may meet my end. If I stay here and fight, I will not return alive but my name will live forever: whereas if I go home my name will die, but it will be long ere death shall take me. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

My mother Thetis tells me that there are two ways in which I may meet my end. If I stay here and fight, I will not return alive but my name will live forever: whereas if I go home my name will die, but it will be long ere death shall take me.


Quote: He knew the things that were and the things that would be and the things that had been before. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

He knew the things that were and the things that would be and the things that had been before.


Quote: Let me not then die ingloriously and without a struggle, but let me first do some great thing that shall be told among men hereafter. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Let me not then die ingloriously and without a struggle, but let me first do some great thing that shall be told among men hereafter.


Quote: It is entirely seemly for a young man killed in battle to lie mangled by the bronze spear. In his death all things appear fair. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

It is entirely seemly for a young man killed in battle to lie mangled by the bronze spear. In his death all things appear fair.


Quote: Fear, O Achilles, the wrath of heaven; think on your own father and have compassion upon me, who am the more pitiable. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Fear, O Achilles, the wrath of heaven; think on your own father and have compassion upon me, who am the more pitiable.


Quote: No one can hurry me down to Hades before my time, but if a man's hour is come, be he brave or be he coward, there is no escape for him when he has once been born. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

No one can hurry me down to Hades before my time, but if a man's hour is come, be he brave or be he coward, there is no escape for him when he has once been born.


Quote: He lives not long who battles with the immortals, nor do his children prattle about his knees when he has come back from battle and the dread fray. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

He lives not long who battles with the immortals, nor do his children prattle about his knees when he has come back from battle and the dread fray.


Quote: A man dies still if he has done nothing, as one who has done much. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

A man dies still if he has done nothing, as one who has done much.


Quote: We cannot all hope to combine the pleasing qualities of good looks, brains, and eloquence. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

We cannot all hope to combine the pleasing qualities of good looks, brains, and eloquence.


Quote: I should rather labor as another's serf, in the home of a man without fortune, one whose livelihood was meager, than rule over all the departed dead. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I should rather labor as another's serf, in the home of a man without fortune, one whose livelihood was meager, than rule over all the departed dead.


Quote: Down the dank mouldering paths and past the Ocean's streams they went
and past the White Rock and the Sun's Western Gates and past
the Land of Dreams, and soon they reached the fields of asphodel
where the dead, the burnt-out wraiths of mortals make their home. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Down the dank mouldering paths and past the Ocean's streams they went
and past the White Rock and the Sun's Western Gates and past
the Land of Dreams, and soon they reached the fields of asphodel
where the dead, the burnt-out wraiths of mortals make their home.


Quote: But sing no more this bitter tale that wears my heart away. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

But sing no more this bitter tale that wears my heart away.


Quote: I too seemed destined to be a man of fortune once
and a wild wicked swath I cut, indulged my lust for violence,
stalking all on my father and my brothers.

Look at me now,
And so, I say, let no man ever be lawless all his life,
just take in peace what gifts the gods will send. by author Homer overlaid on photo of Homer quote; white text on black background

I too seemed destined to be a man of fortune once
and a wild wicked swath I cut, indulged my lust for violence,
stalking all on my father and my brothers.

Look at me now,
And so, I say, let no man ever be lawless all his life,
just take in peace what gifts the gods will send.


Quote: What we give to the poor, we lend to God. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

What we give to the poor, we lend to God.


Quote: He knew how to say many false things that were like true sayings. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

He knew how to say many false things that were like true sayings.


Quote: Even his griefs are a joy long after to one that remembers all that he wrought and endured. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Even his griefs are a joy long after to one that remembers all that he wrought and endured.


Quote: The blade itself incites to deeds of violence. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The blade itself incites to deeds of violence.


Quote: For never, never, wicked man was wise. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

For never, never, wicked man was wise.


Quote: Of all creatures that breathe and move upon the earth, nothing is bred that is weaker than man. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Of all creatures that breathe and move upon the earth, nothing is bred that is weaker than man.


Quote: Some things you will think of yourself,...some things God will put into your mind. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Some things you will think of yourself,...some things God will put into your mind.


Quote: Each man delights in the work that suits him best. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Each man delights in the work that suits him best.


Quote: You know those balls that they put on car antennas so you can find them in the parking lot? Those should be on every car! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

You know those balls that they put on car antennas so you can find them in the parking lot? Those should be on every car!


Quote: The leader, mingling with the vulgar host, Is in the common mass of matter lost. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The leader, mingling with the vulgar host, Is in the common mass of matter lost.


Quote: Rather I'd choose laboriously to bear A weight of woes, and breathe the vital air, A slave to some poor hind that toils for bread, Than reign the sceptred monarch of the dead. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Rather I'd choose laboriously to bear A weight of woes, and breathe the vital air, A slave to some poor hind that toils for bread, Than reign the sceptred monarch of the dead.


Quote: Far from me be the gift of Bacchus -- pernicious, inflaming wine, that weakens both body and mind. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Far from me be the gift of Bacchus -- pernicious, inflaming wine, that weakens both body and mind.


Quote: The strong must protect the sweet. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The strong must protect the sweet.


Quote: Oh, my tattered rags are caught on your coffee table. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Oh, my tattered rags are caught on your coffee table.


Quote: Reproach is infinite, and knows no end. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Reproach is infinite, and knows no end.

Longer Version/[Notes]:

Reproach is infinite, and knows no end So voluble a weapon is the tongue; Wounded, we wound; and neither side can fail For every man has equal strength to rail.


Quote: Whenever a man is tired, wine is a great restorer of strength. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Whenever a man is tired, wine is a great restorer of strength.


Quote: Even when someone battles hard, there is an equal portion for one who lingers behind, and in the same honor are held both the coward and the brave man; the idle man and he who has done much meet death alike. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Even when someone battles hard, there is an equal portion for one who lingers behind, and in the same honor are held both the coward and the brave man; the idle man and he who has done much meet death alike.


Quote: It never was our guise to slight the poor, or aught humane despise. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

It never was our guise to slight the poor, or aught humane despise.


Quote: By Jove the stranger and the poor are sent, and what to those we give, to Jove is lent. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

By Jove the stranger and the poor are sent, and what to those we give, to Jove is lent.


Quote: Remember that postcard Grandpa sent us from Florida of that Alligator biting that woman's bottom? That's right, we all thought it was hilarious. But, it turns out we were wrong. That alligator was sexually harassing that woman. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Remember that postcard Grandpa sent us from Florida of that Alligator biting that woman's bottom? That's right, we all thought it was hilarious. But, it turns out we were wrong. That alligator was sexually harassing that woman.


Quote: Short is my date, but deathless my renown. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Short is my date, but deathless my renown.


Quote: I too shall lie in the dust when I am dead, but now let me win noble renown. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I too shall lie in the dust when I am dead, but now let me win noble renown.


Quote: Whatever day Makes man a slave, takes half his worth away. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Whatever day Makes man a slave, takes half his worth away.


Quote: The rule

Of the many is not well. One must be chief

In war and one the king. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The rule

Of the many is not well. One must be chief

In war and one the king.


Quote: One who journeying Along a way he knows not, having crossed A place of drear extent, before him sees A river rushing swiftly toward the deep, And all its tossing current white with foam, And stops and turns, and measures back his way. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

One who journeying Along a way he knows not, having crossed A place of drear extent, before him sees A river rushing swiftly toward the deep, And all its tossing current white with foam, And stops and turns, and measures back his way.


Quote: I've finally tapped into that spirit of self-destruction that makes rock-n-roll the king of music! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I've finally tapped into that spirit of self-destruction that makes rock-n-roll the king of music!


Quote: Many shining actions owe their success to chance, though the general or statesman receive the applause. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Many shining actions owe their success to chance, though the general or statesman receive the applause.


Quote: Persuasive speech, and more persuasive sighs, Silence that spoke and eloquence of eyes. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Persuasive speech, and more persuasive sighs, Silence that spoke and eloquence of eyes.


Quote: Will cast the spear and leave the rest to Jove. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Will cast the spear and leave the rest to Jove.


Quote: For I am yearning to visit the limits of the all-nurturing Earth, and Oceans, from whom the gods are sprung. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

For I am yearning to visit the limits of the all-nurturing Earth, and Oceans, from whom the gods are sprung.


Quote: To be loved, you have to be nice to people, everyday. But to be hated, you don't have to do squat! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

To be loved, you have to be nice to people, everyday. But to be hated, you don't have to do squat!


Quote: A generous heart repairs a slanderous tongue. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

A generous heart repairs a slanderous tongue.


Quote: The chance of war Is equal, and the slayer oft is slain. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The chance of war Is equal, and the slayer oft is slain.


Quote: Now from the smooth deep ocean-stream the sun

Began to climb the heavens, and with new rays

Smote the surrounding fields. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Now from the smooth deep ocean-stream the sun

Began to climb the heavens, and with new rays

Smote the surrounding fields.


Quote: Not two strong men the enormous weight could raise,- Such men as live in these degenerate days. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Not two strong men the enormous weight could raise,- Such men as live in these degenerate days.


Quote: Men grow tired of sleep, love, singing and dancing sooner than of war. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Men grow tired of sleep, love, singing and dancing sooner than of war.


Quote: Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across the earth, now the living timber bursts with the new buds and spring comes round again. And so with men: as one generation comes to life, another dies away.


Quote: Is he not sacred, even to the gods, the wandering man who comes in weariness? by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Is he not sacred, even to the gods, the wandering man who comes in weariness?


Quote: If you don't like your job, you don't strike! You just go in every day, and do it really half assed. That's the American way. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

If you don't like your job, you don't strike! You just go in every day, and do it really half assed. That's the American way.


Quote: Wine sets even a thoughtful man to singing, or sets him into softly laughing, sets him to dancing. Sometimes it tosses out a word that was better unspoken. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Wine sets even a thoughtful man to singing, or sets him into softly laughing, sets him to dancing. Sometimes it tosses out a word that was better unspoken.


Quote: Uncontrollable laughter arose among the blessed gods. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Uncontrollable laughter arose among the blessed gods.


Quote: Iron has powers to draw a man to ruin. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Iron has powers to draw a man to ruin.


Quote: The windy satisfaction of the tongue. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The windy satisfaction of the tongue.


Quote: It is the wine that leads me on, the wild wine that sets the wisest man to sing at the top of his lungs, laugh like a fool -- it drives the man to dancing... it even tempts him to blurt out stories better never told. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

It is the wine that leads me on, the wild wine that sets the wisest man to sing at the top of his lungs, laugh like a fool -- it drives the man to dancing... it even tempts him to blurt out stories better never told.


Quote: Like leaves on trees the race of man is found,- Now green in youth, now withering on the ground; Another race the following spring supplies: They fall successive, and successive rise. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Like leaves on trees the race of man is found,- Now green in youth, now withering on the ground; Another race the following spring supplies: They fall successive, and successive rise.


Quote: When two men are together, one of them may see some opportunity which the other has not caught sight of; if a man is alone he is less full of resource, and his wit is weaker. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

When two men are together, one of them may see some opportunity which the other has not caught sight of; if a man is alone he is less full of resource, and his wit is weaker.


Quote: The gods, likening themselves to all kinds of strangers, go in various disguises from city to city, observing the wrongdoing and the righteousness of men. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The gods, likening themselves to all kinds of strangers, go in various disguises from city to city, observing the wrongdoing and the righteousness of men.


Quote: Always to be best, and distinguished above the rest. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Always to be best, and distinguished above the rest.


Quote: I wish that strife would vanish away from among gods and mortals, and gall, which makes a man grow angry for all his great mind, that gall of anger that swarms like smoke inside of a man's heart and becomes a thing sweeter to him by far than the dripping of honey. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I wish that strife would vanish away from among gods and mortals, and gall, which makes a man grow angry for all his great mind, that gall of anger that swarms like smoke inside of a man's heart and becomes a thing sweeter to him by far than the dripping of honey.


Quote: And when long years and seasons wheeling brought around that point of time ordained for him to make his passage homeward, trials and dangers, even so, attended him even in Ithaca, near those he loved. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

And when long years and seasons wheeling brought around that point of time ordained for him to make his passage homeward, trials and dangers, even so, attended him even in Ithaca, near those he loved.


Quote: Not vain the weakest, if their force unite. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Not vain the weakest, if their force unite.


Quote: What a lamentable thing it is that men should blame the gods and regard us as the source of their troubles, when it is their own wickedness that brings them sufferings worse than any which destiny allots them. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

What a lamentable thing it is that men should blame the gods and regard us as the source of their troubles, when it is their own wickedness that brings them sufferings worse than any which destiny allots them.


Quote: You will certainly not be able to take the lead in all things yourself, for to one man a god has given deeds of war, and to another the dance, to another lyre and song, and in another wide-sounding Zeus puts a good mind. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

You will certainly not be able to take the lead in all things yourself, for to one man a god has given deeds of war, and to another the dance, to another lyre and song, and in another wide-sounding Zeus puts a good mind.


Quote: Wide-sounding Zeus takes away half a man's worth on the day when slavery comes upon him. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Wide-sounding Zeus takes away half a man's worth on the day when slavery comes upon him.


Quote: One man is a splendid fighter -- a god has made him so -- one's a dancer, another skilled at lyre and song, and deep in the next man's chest farseeing Zeus plants the gift of judgment, good clear sense. And many reap the benefits of that treasure. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

One man is a splendid fighter -- a god has made him so -- one's a dancer, another skilled at lyre and song, and deep in the next man's chest farseeing Zeus plants the gift of judgment, good clear sense. And many reap the benefits of that treasure.


Quote: Zeus it seems has given us from youth to old age a nice ball of wool to wind-nothing but wars upon wars until we shall perish every one. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Zeus it seems has given us from youth to old age a nice ball of wool to wind-nothing but wars upon wars until we shall perish every one.


Quote: All strangers and beggars are from Zeus, and a gift, though small, is precious. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

All strangers and beggars are from Zeus, and a gift, though small, is precious.


Quote: Proud is the spirit of Zeus-fostered kings -- their honor comes from Zeus, and Zeus, god of council, loves them. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Proud is the spirit of Zeus-fostered kings -- their honor comes from Zeus, and Zeus, god of council, loves them.


Quote: Thus have the gods spun the thread for wretched mortals: that they live in grief while they themselves are without cares; for two jars stand on the floor of Zeus of the gifts which he gives, one of evils and another of blessings. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Thus have the gods spun the thread for wretched mortals: that they live in grief while they themselves are without cares; for two jars stand on the floor of Zeus of the gifts which he gives, one of evils and another of blessings.


Quote: Zeus does not bring all men's plans to fulfillment. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Zeus does not bring all men's plans to fulfillment.




Quote: So peaceful shalt thou end thy blissful days, And steal thyself from life by slow decays. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

So peaceful shalt thou end thy blissful days, And steal thyself from life by slow decays.


Quote: The gods granted us misery, in jealousy over the thought that we two, always together, should enjoy our youth, and then come to the threshold of old age. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The gods granted us misery, in jealousy over the thought that we two, always together, should enjoy our youth, and then come to the threshold of old age.


Quote: Few sons are like their fathers -- many are worse, few better. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Few sons are like their fathers -- many are worse, few better.


Quote: She sent him a warm and gentle wind, and Lord Odysseus was happy as he set his sails to catch the breeze. He sat beside the steering oar and used his skill to steer the raft. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

She sent him a warm and gentle wind, and Lord Odysseus was happy as he set his sails to catch the breeze. He sat beside the steering oar and used his skill to steer the raft.


Quote: Now deep in ocean sunk the lamp of light, And drew behind the cloudy vale of night. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Now deep in ocean sunk the lamp of light, And drew behind the cloudy vale of night.


Quote: It revenge is sweeter far than flowing honey. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

It revenge is sweeter far than flowing honey.


Quote: Sweet sleep fell upon his eyelids, unwakeful, most pleasant, the nearest like death. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sweet sleep fell upon his eyelids, unwakeful, most pleasant, the nearest like death.


Quote: Thou wilt lament

Hereafter, when the evil shall be done

And shall admit no cure. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Thou wilt lament

Hereafter, when the evil shall be done

And shall admit no cure.


Quote: The roaring seas and many a dark range of mountains lie between us. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The roaring seas and many a dark range of mountains lie between us.


Quote: The son of Saturn gave The nod with his dark brows. The ambrosial curls Upon the Sovereign One's immortal head Were shaken, and with them the mighty mount, Olympus trembled. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The son of Saturn gave The nod with his dark brows. The ambrosial curls Upon the Sovereign One's immortal head Were shaken, and with them the mighty mount, Olympus trembled.


Quote: The other day, I was so desperate for a beer, I snuck into the football stadium and ate the dirt under the bleachers. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The other day, I was so desperate for a beer, I snuck into the football stadium and ate the dirt under the bleachers.


Quote: Over the wine-dark sea. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Over the wine-dark sea.


Quote: Nor can one word be chang'd but for a worse. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Nor can one word be chang'd but for a worse.


Quote: No man or woman born, coward or brave, can shun his destiny. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

No man or woman born, coward or brave, can shun his destiny.


Quote: Now son, you don't want to drink beer. That's for Daddies, and kids with fake IDs. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Now son, you don't want to drink beer. That's for Daddies, and kids with fake IDs.


Quote: Too many kings can ruin an army. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Too many kings can ruin an army.


Quote: My wife's not some doobie to be passed around! I took a vow on our wedding day to bogart her for life. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

My wife's not some doobie to be passed around! I took a vow on our wedding day to bogart her for life.


Quote: Sleep is sweet, whomever it seizes, though he has cares. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sleep is sweet, whomever it seizes, though he has cares.


Quote: The blind fools, they devoured the cattle of the Sun and the Sungod blotted out the day of their return. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The blind fools, they devoured the cattle of the Sun and the Sungod blotted out the day of their return.


Quote: The young fool might have known his prayers were doomed to fail. Achilles was not kind or tender-hearted, but a man of fierce passions. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The young fool might have known his prayers were doomed to fail. Achilles was not kind or tender-hearted, but a man of fierce passions.


Quote: Now they made all secure in the fast black ship,
and, setting out the wine bowls all a-brim,
they made libation to the gods,
 the undying, the ever-new,
most of all to the grey-eyed daughter of Zeus.
And the prow sheared through the night into the dawn.

(Translation by Robert Fitzgerald 1961). by author Homer overlaid on photo of Homer quote: Now they made all secure in the fast black ship,
and, setting out the wine bowls all a-brim,
they made libation to the gods,
 the undying, the ever-new,
most of all to the grey-eyed daughter of Zeus.
And the prow sheared through the night into the dawn.

(Translation by Robert Fitzgerald 1961).- black text on quotes background

Now they made all secure in the fast black ship,
and, setting out the wine bowls all a-brim,
they made libation to the gods,
the undying, the ever-new,
most of all to the grey-eyed daughter of Zeus.
And the prow sheared through the night into the dawn.

(Translation by Robert Fitzgerald 1961).


Quote: For I say there is no other thing that is worse than the sea is for breaking a man, even though he may a very strong one. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

For I say there is no other thing that is worse than the sea is for breaking a man, even though he may a very strong one.


Quote: A little child born yesterday 

 A thing on mother's milk and kisses fed. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

A little child born yesterday

A thing on mother's milk and kisses fed.


Quote: Bear patiently, my heart, for you have suffered heavier things. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Bear patiently, my heart, for you have suffered heavier things.


Quote: On these sands and in the clefts of the rocks, in the depths of the sea, in the creaking of the pines, you'll spy secret footprints and catch far-off voices from the homecoming celebration. This land still longs for Odysseus. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

On these sands and in the clefts of the rocks, in the depths of the sea, in the creaking of the pines, you'll spy secret footprints and catch far-off voices from the homecoming celebration. This land still longs for Odysseus.


Quote: Young men's minds are always changeable, but when an old man is concerned in a matter, he looks both before and after. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Young men's minds are always changeable, but when an old man is concerned in a matter, he looks both before and after.


Quote: From now on walking is my beer and feeling good is my hangover. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

From now on walking is my beer and feeling good is my hangover.


Quote: If you're gonna get mad at me every time I do something stupid, then I guess I'll just have to stop doing stupid things. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

If you're gonna get mad at me every time I do something stupid, then I guess I'll just have to stop doing stupid things.


Quote: The wine urges me on, the bewitching wine, which sets even a wise man to singing and to laughing gently and rouses him up to dance and brings forth words which were better unspoken. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The wine urges me on, the bewitching wine, which sets even a wise man to singing and to laughing gently and rouses him up to dance and brings forth words which were better unspoken.


Quote: Singing is the lowest form of communication. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Singing is the lowest form of communication.


Quote: Yea, and if some god shall wreck me in the wine-dark deep,
even so I will endure…
For already have I suffered full much,
and much have I toiled in perils of waves and war.
Let this be added to the tale of those. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Yea, and if some god shall wreck me in the wine-dark deep,
even so I will endure…
For already have I suffered full much,
and much have I toiled in perils of waves and war.
Let this be added to the tale of those.


Quote: But now, as it is, sorrows, unending sorrows must surge within your heart as well--for your own son's death. Never again will you embrace him stiding home. My spirit rebels--I've lost the will to live, to take my stand in the world of men--. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

But now, as it is, sorrows, unending sorrows must surge within your heart as well--for your own son's death. Never again will you embrace him stiding home. My spirit rebels--I've lost the will to live, to take my stand in the world of men--.


Quote: Let him submit to me! Only the god of death is so relentless, Death submits to no one--so mortals hate him most of all the gods. Let him bow down to me! I am the greater king, I am the elder-born, I claim--the greater man. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Let him submit to me! Only the god of death is so relentless, Death submits to no one--so mortals hate him most of all the gods. Let him bow down to me! I am the greater king, I am the elder-born, I claim--the greater man.


Quote: You, why are you so afraid of war and slaughter? Even if all the rest of us drop and die around you, grappling for the ships, you'd run no risk of death: you lack the heart to last it out in combat--coward! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

You, why are you so afraid of war and slaughter? Even if all the rest of us drop and die around you, grappling for the ships, you'd run no risk of death: you lack the heart to last it out in combat--coward!


Quote: Come then, put away your sword in its sheath, and let us two go up into my bed so that, lying together in the bed of love, we may then have faith and trust in each other. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Come then, put away your sword in its sheath, and let us two go up into my bed so that, lying together in the bed of love, we may then have faith and trust in each other.


Quote: You, you insolent brazen bitch--you really dare to shake that monstrous spear in Father's face? by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

You, you insolent brazen bitch--you really dare to shake that monstrous spear in Father's face?


Quote: Ruin, eldest daughter of Zeus, she blinds us all, that fatal madness--she with those delicate feet of hers, never touching the earth, gliding over the heads of men to trap us all. She entangles one man, now another. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Ruin, eldest daughter of Zeus, she blinds us all, that fatal madness--she with those delicate feet of hers, never touching the earth, gliding over the heads of men to trap us all. She entangles one man, now another.


Quote: Why so much grief for me? No man will hurl me down to Death, against my fate. And fate? No one alive has ever escaped it, neither brave man nor coward, I tell you -- it's born with us the day that we are born. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Why so much grief for me? No man will hurl me down to Death, against my fate. And fate? No one alive has ever escaped it, neither brave man nor coward, I tell you -- it's born with us the day that we are born.


Quote: There is the heat of Love, the pulsing rush of Longing, the lover's whisper, irresistible--magic to make the sanest man go mad. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

There is the heat of Love, the pulsing rush of Longing, the lover's whisper, irresistible--magic to make the sanest man go mad.


Quote: I've gone back in time to when dinosaurs weren't just confined to zoos. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

I've gone back in time to when dinosaurs weren't just confined to zoos.


Quote: Without question it may be said of Vancouver that her position, geographically, is Imperial to a degree, that her possibilities are enormous, and that with but a feeble stretch of the imagination those possibilities might wisely be deemed certainties. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Without question it may be said of Vancouver that her position, geographically, is Imperial to a degree, that her possibilities are enormous, and that with but a feeble stretch of the imagination those possibilities might wisely be deemed certainties.


Quote: There is nothing more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

There is nothing more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends.


Quote: His native home deep imag'd in his soul. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

His native home deep imag'd in his soul.


Quote: And empty words are evil. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

And empty words are evil.


Quote: Goddess-nurse of the young, give ear to my prayer, and grant that this woman may reject the love-embraces of youth and dote on grey-haired old men whose powers are dulled, but whose hearts still desire. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Goddess-nurse of the young, give ear to my prayer, and grant that this woman may reject the love-embraces of youth and dote on grey-haired old men whose powers are dulled, but whose hearts still desire.


Quote: Like a girl, a baby running after her mother, begging to be picked up, and she tugs on her skirts, holding her back as she tries to hurry off--all tears, fawning up at her, till she takes her in her arms… That's how you look, Patroclus, streaming live tears. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Like a girl, a baby running after her mother, begging to be picked up, and she tugs on her skirts, holding her back as she tries to hurry off--all tears, fawning up at her, till she takes her in her arms… That's how you look, Patroclus, streaming live tears.


Quote: Everything is more beautiful because we're doomed. You will never be lovelier than you are now. We will never be here again. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Everything is more beautiful because we're doomed. You will never be lovelier than you are now. We will never be here again.


Quote: The Simpsons are going to Delaware! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The Simpsons are going to Delaware!


Quote: You are indeed a man of sorrows and have suffered much...pray be seated now, here on this chair, and let us leave our sorrows, bitter though they are, locked up in our own hearts, for weeping is cold comfort and does little good. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

You are indeed a man of sorrows and have suffered much...pray be seated now, here on this chair, and let us leave our sorrows, bitter though they are, locked up in our own hearts, for weeping is cold comfort and does little good.


Quote: The fates have given mankind a patient soul. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The fates have given mankind a patient soul.


Quote: Anger, which, far sweeter than trickling drops of honey, rises in the bosom of a man like smoke. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Anger, which, far sweeter than trickling drops of honey, rises in the bosom of a man like smoke.


Quote: Sinks my sad soul with sorrow to the grave. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Sinks my sad soul with sorrow to the grave.


Quote: Hunger is insolent, and will be fed. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Hunger is insolent, and will be fed.


Quote: To have a great man for an intimate friend seems pleasant to those who have never tried it; those who have, fear it. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

To have a great man for an intimate friend seems pleasant to those who have never tried it; those who have, fear it.


Quote: In youth and beauty, wisdom is but rare! by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

In youth and beauty, wisdom is but rare!


Quote: Two friends, two bodies with one soul inspired. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Two friends, two bodies with one soul inspired.


Quote: How vain, without the merit, is the name. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

How vain, without the merit, is the name.


Quote: Even were sleep is concerned, too much is a bad thing. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Even were sleep is concerned, too much is a bad thing.


Quote: The difficulty is not so great to die for a friend, as to find a friend worth dying for. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

The difficulty is not so great to die for a friend, as to find a friend worth dying for.


Quote: Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.


Quote: Two urns on Jove's high throne have ever stood, the source of evil one, and one of good; from thence the cup of mortal man he fills, blessings to these, to those distributes ills; to most he mingles both. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Two urns on Jove's high throne have ever stood, the source of evil one, and one of good; from thence the cup of mortal man he fills, blessings to these, to those distributes ills; to most he mingles both.


Quote: Nothing shall I, while sane, compare with a friend. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Nothing shall I, while sane, compare with a friend.


Quote: True friends appear less moved than counterfeit. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

True friends appear less moved than counterfeit.


Quote: Wise to resolve, and patient to perform. by author Homer overlaid on photo of photo of author Homer with quote

Wise to resolve, and patient to perform.


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