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Safe Travels Sayings By Louis Binstock: When all is said and done, success without happiness is the worst kind of failure. When all is said and done, success without happiness is the worst kind of failure. — Louis Binstock
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Safe Travels Sayings By Steven Johnson: The timing of Thomas Lewis' illness suggests one chilling alternative history. The Broad Street outbreak The timing of Thomas Lewis' illness suggests one chilling alternative history. The Broad Street outbreak had subsided in part because the only viable route between the well and the neighborhood's small intestines had run through the cesspool at 40 Broad. When baby Lewis died, the connection had died with it. But when her husband fell ill, Sarah Lewis began emptying the buckets of soiled water in the cesspool all over again. If Snow had not persuaded the Board of Governors to remove the handle when he did, the disease might have torn through the neighborhood all over again, the well water restocked with a fresh supply of V. cholerae. And so Snow's intervention did not just help bring the outbreak to a close. It also prevented a second attack. — Steven Johnson
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Safe Travels Sayings By Jonathan Tropper: It's hard to know where to start. Things have been a mess for so many It's hard to know where to start. Things have been a mess for so many years that trying to pin down a starting point is like trying to figure out where your skin starts. All you can ever really know is that it's wrapped around you, sometimes a little tighter than you'd like.
But clearly there have been some mistakes. Bad ones. You can tell that just by looking at him. — Jonathan Tropper
Safe Travels Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Do you enjoy stories, young lady?" "What kind of stories?" "The best kind, of course," Do you enjoy stories, young lady?" "What kind of stories?" "The best kind, of course," Slowswift said, tapping his book. "The kind about monsters and myths. Longtales, some call them - stories told by skaa around the fires, whispering of mistwraiths, sprites, and brollins and such. — Brandon Sanderson
Safe Travels Sayings By Susan Sontag: The felt unreliability of human experience brought about by the inhuman acceleration of historical change The felt unreliability of human experience brought about by the inhuman acceleration of historical change has led every sensitive modern mind to the recording of some kind of nausea, of intellectual vertigo. — Susan Sontag
Safe Travels Sayings By Kym Grosso: You think too much. Open your heart to him, Syd. You deserve love. You get You think too much. Open your heart to him, Syd. You deserve love. You get me? Stop thinking. Start living. Okay? Safe travels. — Kym Grosso
Safe Travels Sayings By Damon Galgut: He has always had a dread of crossing borders, he doesn't like to leave what's He has always had a dread of crossing borders, he doesn't like to leave what's known and safe for the blank space beyond in which anything can happen. Everything at times of transition takes on a symbolic weight and power. But this too is why he travels. The world you're moving through flows into another one inside, nothing stays divided any more, this stands for that, weather for mood, landscape for feeling, for every object there is a corresponding inner gesture, everything turns into metaphor. The border line on a map, but also drawn inside himself somewhere. — Damon Galgut
Safe Travels Sayings By Chuck Green: In any year, the stats in Iowa show we are in a relatively safe location, In any year, the stats in Iowa show we are in a relatively safe location, but that can change dramatically; a lot of it depends on what travels through our campus. — Chuck Green
Safe Travels Sayings By Ellis Leigh: This was a bad plan. A horrible plan. Just because cobwebs were growing in my This was a bad plan. A horrible plan. Just because cobwebs were growing in my vagina didn't mean I should hook up with some stranger. — Ellis Leigh
Safe Travels Sayings By Murray N. Rothbard: Passports were originally created to provide safe conduct in time of war. During most of Passports were originally created to provide safe conduct in time of war. During most of the eighteenth century it seldom occurred to Europeans to abandon their travels in a foreign country which their own was fighting. — Murray N. Rothbard
Safe Travels Sayings By Charlie Pierce: There was no way to lock down, or tighten up, or Fail-Safe into Security Theater There was no way to lock down, or tighten up, or Fail-Safe into Security Theater a race that covers 26.2 miles, a race that travels from town to town, a race that travels past people's houses. There was no way to garrison the Boston Marathon. Now there will be. — Charlie Pierce
Safe Travels Sayings By PZ Myers: Religion is to misogyny as disease is to misery - not the sole cause, but Religion is to misogyny as disease is to misery - not the sole cause, but a significant contributor — PZ Myers
Safe Travels Sayings By Saul Bellow: Ours is a bourgeois civilization. I am not using this term in its Marxian sense. Ours is a bourgeois civilization. I am not using this term in its Marxian sense. Chicken! In the vocabularies of modern art and religion it is bourgeois to consider that the universe was made for our safe use and to give us comfort, ease, and support. Light travels at a quarter of a million miles per second so that we can see to comb our hair or read in the paper that ham hocks are cheaper than yesterday. De Tocqueville considered the impulse toward well-being as one of the strongest impulses of a democratic society. He can't be blamed for underestimating the destructive powers generated by this same impulse. — Saul Bellow
Safe Travels Sayings By Sarah Ockler: I'd send them both letters wishing them safe travels. Maybe they'd send me a postcard. I'd send them both letters wishing them safe travels. Maybe they'd send me a postcard. Maybe they'd call when they got back, or when they settled in at college. Maybe they wouldn't, and they'd end up in the book. It was uncertain, like life.
I was starting to be okay with that. — Sarah Ockler
Safe Travels Sayings By Philip Sidney: He travels safe and not unpleasantly who is guarded by poverty and guided by love. He travels safe and not unpleasantly who is guarded by poverty and guided by love. — Philip Sidney
Safe Travels Sayings By Michael Dregni: HE WAS KNOWN As DJANGO, a Gypsy name meaning "I awake." His legal name-the name HE WAS KNOWN As DJANGO, a Gypsy name meaning "I awake." His legal name-the name the gendarmes and border officials entered into their journals as his family crisscrossed Europe in their horsedrawn caravan-was jean Reinhardt. But when the family brought their travels to a halt alongside a hidden stream or within a safe wood to light their cookfire, they called him only by his Romany name. Even among his fellow Gypsies, "Django" was a strange name, a strong, telegraphic sentence due to its first-person verb construction. It was a name of which Django was exceedingly proud. It bore an immediacy, a sense of life, and a vision of destiny. — Michael Dregni
Safe Travels Sayings By Christopher Paolini: Haven't had your fill of interesting events?""Never. They are the spice of life." She held Haven't had your fill of interesting events?"
"Never. They are the spice of life." She held up her half-finished hat. "How do you like it?"
"It's nice. The blue is pretty. But what do the runes say?"
"Raxacori-Oh, never mind. It wouldn't mean a thing to you anyway. Safe travels to you and Saphira, Eragon. And remember to watch out for earwigs and wild hamsters. Ferocious things, wild hamsters." — Christopher Paolini
Safe Travels Sayings By Kinley MacGregor: Kerrigan?" she tried again."Aye, Lady Mouse. I am here."Relieved, she smiled at the sound of Kerrigan?" she tried again.
"Aye, Lady Mouse. I am here."
Relieved, she smiled at the sound of his voice in her head. During the day, he was oft silent. But at night ... at night he would speak softly to her and tell her of his travels through time as he eluded those who were after him.
"Where are you today, my lord?"
"I'm in Venice, during a carnival. It's beautiful here. There are minstrels and acrobats all around. Plenty of places to hide from Morgen and her spies."
"You are safe?"
"Aye, Lady Mouse. I am always safe. But I've no wish to talk about me. How are you doing?"
"I miss you."
She swore she could feel his pain as well as her own.
"I miss you as well and I think of you constantly."
-Kerrigan and Seren communicating though their thoughts as they were apart. — Kinley MacGregor
Safe Travels Sayings By J.D. Robb: Bright blessings on both of you, and safe travels wherever the path takes you. Bright blessings on both of you, and safe travels wherever the path takes you. — J.D. Robb
Safe Travels Sayings By John Peter Nettl: There is no tragedy without commitment; no negation even, without it. There is no tragedy without commitment; no negation even, without it. — John Peter Nettl
Safe Travels Sayings By Marissa Meyer: Long ago, bats had been a symbol of good luck, but over the years they Long ago, bats had been a symbol of good luck, but over the years they had come to symbolize safe travels through the darkness of space. — Marissa Meyer
Safe Travels Sayings By John Steinbeck: If by force you make a creature live and work like a beast, you must If by force you make a creature live and work like a beast, you must think of him as a beast, else empathy would drive you mad. Once you have classified him in your mind, your feelings are safe. And if your heart has human vestiges of courage and anger, which in a man are virtues, then you have fear of a dangerous beast, and since your heart has intelligence and inventiveness and the ability to conceal them, you live with terror. Then you must crush his manlike tendencies and make of him the docile beast you want. And if you can teach your child from the beginning about the beast, he will not share your bewilderment. — John Steinbeck