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"The natural right of self slaughter. Always a viable option, a good working alternative. No other animal on earth enjoys so free a choice. No one has a right to complain about life because no one is compelled to endure it."
Chap. 1, p. 7

"P.S. I'll be coming alone, as you might expect. Just me and my fleas.... I'm alright, it's the world that's dysfunctional and I mean that literally."
Chap. 3, p. 69

"'Well, that's true. That's the simple truth, Raymond. The only thing the Lightcaps had to be proud about is that they were - and still are - and always will be! - Lightcaps. That's all we got.'"
Chap. 6, p. 133

"The draft was like a well-organized cattle drive, with this difference: most cattle have brains enough to attempt to resist, to escape. But not humans. It's not that we lacked the courage or intelligence to resist: we...

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