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A haire of the dog that bit us last night.“

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„Let me tell you what really happened… Every night before I go to bed, I have milk and cookies. One night I mixed some low-fat milk and some pasteurized, then I dipped my cookie in and the shit blew up.“

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„I have lit my treasured candles,
one by one, to hallow this night.“

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„Stay with me to-night; you must see me die. I have long had the taste of death on my tongue, I smell death, and who will stand by my Constanze, if you do not stay?“

—  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Austrian Romantic composer 1756 - 1791
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