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"I want to meddle with an Olympic medal made of silver metal. I want to alchemize it into gold, and use a mixture of science and mysticism to transform losing into winning."

And my mom took my gold medal to the dry cleaners and was going on about it costing $10..." -- Shaun White

Mosquito Repellent All day , all day Sweeping out the shards Do what I have to do Try to start anew But I thought of you twice Couldn 't help myself I don 't know what I need Clutching and fingering the rosary beads But I try , try , try , but I know (try , try , try , but I know ) I can 't let go Try , try , try , but I know (try , try , try , but I know ) I can 't let go TV upstairs , Leave it on all night Do what I have to do Add, subtract, and divide by 2 But my eyes light up , At cops and robbers time I hope the bad guys win I hope the good guys get their skulls bashed in And I try , try , try , but I know (try , try , try , but I know ) I can 't let go I can 't let go

Bg You are the imperishable, the Supreme, the thing to be known, You are the supreme resting place of this universe, You are undecaying and the preserver of the eternal religion; i regard You as the primeval Being

"All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. From the ashes a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall spring; Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless again shall be king

Gold to airy thinness beat.” There’s fool’s gold—pyrite—and then there’s fool’s gold—gold owned by idiots willing to trade it for worthless dollars.

"It was not curiosity that killed the goose who laid the golden egg, but an insatiable greed that devoured common sense."

"Now the wren has gone to roost and the sky is turnin' gold And like the sky my soul is also turnin' Turnin' from the past, at last and all I've left behind"

"I object to that object that's made of bronze and shaped like my clone. It should be made of gold, and shaped like me."

Promises are like babies: easy to make, hard to deliver.Promises are the uniquely human way of ordering the future, making it predictable and reliable to the extent that this is humanly possible.

Carnival by poisonivystar 4 For most of the time the town was dark and dreary, But come carnival time it was downright cheery! For with the carnival that would come to the town , Was a caravan and a man with a gold -plated crown . Oh , what a sight it was down the main street ! People laughing and cheering everyone they meet! Colors bright and flowers all over and everywhere ! Music and laughter flitting through the very air! Yes , I did say there was a man who wore a crown . They say he did some magic in that small little town. No , not the usual thing of fortune telling or so, But real magic with such a beautiful glow ! Oh , the people said it was all false and fake , That it was only for the gullible to take . Still , I remember a time , way back when, The magic seemed to make me alive again! There I was just wandering aimlessly around , When a ghost in the alley is what I really found! It was ready to take me and had fingers in my throat , Then suddenly I was surrounded by a gold

"Being unable to cure death, wretchedness and ignorance, men have decided, in order to be happy, not to think about such things."

"God does not make war? God makes us, and we make war. God makes war."

"knowledge depends on the mode of the knower; for what is known is in the knower according to the measure of his mode"

"There may be some truth (atheists) do not need to believe in a god to be good, but then if they do not believe in a god, who do they believe gives the Universal Law of following good and shunning evil? Obviously, mankind. But then that is a dangerous thing, for if a man does not believe in a god capable of giving perfect laws, he is in the position of declaring all laws come from man, and as man is imperfect, he can declare that as fallible men make imperfect laws, he can pick and choose what he wishes to follow, that which, in his own mind seems good. He does not believe in divine retribution, therefore he can also declare his own morality contrary to what the divine may decree simply because he believes there is no divine decree. He may follow his every whim and passion, declaring it to be good when it may be very evil, for he like all men is imperfect, so how can he tell what is verily good? The atheist is in danger of mistaking vice for good and consequently follow another slave

"...we might be nothing more than the dreams of our ancestors, returning always to those horrors too great to resolve."

"All religions are based on obsolete terminology, called Belief." "Not bad, not bad at all," Diotallevi said. "To arrive at the truth through the painstaking reconstruction of a false text."

"To accomplish great things we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.

"The year you were born marks only your entry into the world. Other years where you prove your worth, they are the ones worth celebrating."

"It is amazing what you can accomplish if you do not care who gets the credit."