Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Quotes

David Shafer
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Tireless campaigners who probably cared more about ideas than they did about themselves. How do you care about something more than yourself?
-- Narrator (Section 1)

Importance: Leo, who is wealthy by his family, enjoys life and gets around Portland by bike. He is able to afford a hipster-like lifestyle due to his wealth, and enjoys being able to ride his bike across bridges. He wonders what person campaigned for bike lanes on bridges, and finds it hard to believe that some people can care more for ideas than for themselves. Leo’s conception is ironic, for he will come to very much believe in ideas soon enough.

For Leo, the single salient observable fact about the future was that it never turned out to be what you thought it would be.
-- Narrator (Section 1)

Importance: Leo considers himself largely a failure, for every venture and opportunity he has taken in his life has so far failed. His dreams...

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