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“If one is interested in the relations between fields which, according to customary academic divisions, belong to different departments, then he will not be welcomed as a builder of bridges, as he might have expected, but will rather be regarded by both sides as an outsider and troublesome intruder.”
“BRAHMA, n. He who created the Hindoos, who are preserved by Vishnu and destroyed by Siva --a rather neater division of labor than is found among the deities of some other nations. The Abracadabranese, for example, are created by Sin, maintained by Theft and destroyed by Folly. The priests of Brahma, like those of Abracadabranese, are holy and learned men who are never naughty.
O Brahma, thou rare old Divinity, First Person of the Hindoo Trinity, You sit there so calm and securely, With feet folded up so demurely -- You're the First Person Singular, surely. --Polydore Smith”
“Nothing is set in stone, but developers are seeming to build these cookie cutter sub-divisions there are not creative. There's no old New England look, like a Colonial worth $300,000 next to a bungalow or another house worth $500,000. They all look the same, and I'd like to see something different, but that's me personally. You can't blame developers trying to make a profit, and you can't stop them. Everything has to be the same because material is bought in bulk.”
“That's one of the reasons we fought so hard to win the division. But it comes down to the players. The fans can only cheer and support us so much. Within this locker-room, that's where the meat and potatoes are.”