„Age carries with it a double load of guilt“

—  José Saramago, buch The Cave, The Cave (2000), p. 69 (Vintage 2003)
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„Age, like distance, lends a double charm.“

—  Oliver Herford American writer 1863 - 1935
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„Once Europe existed in a Dark Age and Islam carried the torch of learning. Now we Muslims live in a Dark age.“

—  Mahmud Tarzi Afghan writer 1865 - 1933
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„In the middle ages of Christianity opposition to the State opinions was hushed. The consequence was, Christianity became loaded with all the Romish follies. Nothing but free argument, raillery & even ridicule will preserve the purity of religion.“

—  Thomas Jefferson 3rd President of the United States of America 1743 - 1826
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„At age 70 the guy towed 70 boats carrying 70 people across the Long Beach harbor, with both arms and feet shackled.“

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„But you will soon pay for it, my friend, when you take off your clothes, and with distended stomach carry your peacock into the bath undigested! Hence a sudden death, and an intestate old age; the new and merry tale runs the round of every dinner-table, and the corpse is carried forth to burial amid the cheers of enraged friends!“

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