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somsiad - Superbojownik Klasyczny · 5 miesięcy temu

I przy okazji ukryty cykpost

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TzTesla - Superbojownik · 5 miesięcy temu
I za to wypiję


zdrowie świętej pamięci Pratchetta.


mika_p - Superbojowniczka · 5 miesięcy temu
Głęboko wierzę, że w zaświatach jest napisane i wydane "Raising taxes" i będę mogła przeczytać

I'm a Black Magic Woman

They can tak' oour lives but they cannae tak' oour troousers!


dzięki wielkie losowi za człowieka, który dał nam Moista von Lipviga i lorda Vetinari.

“Insanity is catching.”

"One of the remarkable innovations introduced by the Patrician was to make the Thieves’ Guild responsible for theft, with annual budgets, forward planning and, above all, rigid job protection. Thus, in return for an agreed average level of crime per annum, the thieves themselves saw to it that unauthorised crime was met with the full force of Injustice, which was generally a stick with nails in it."

"The Patrician was a pragmatist. He’d never tried to fix things that worked. Things that didn’t work, however, got broken."

“Mister Lipwig, the world lives between those who say it cannot be done and those who say that it can. And in my experience, those who say that it can be done are usually telling the truth. It's just a matter of thinking creatively.”

“Plans can break down. You cannot plan the future. Only presumptuous fools plan. The wise man steers.”

"After all, you couldn’t plan for every eventuality, because that would involve knowing what was going to happen, and if you knew what was going to happen, you could probably see to it that it didn’t, or at least happened to someone else. So the Patrician never planned. Plans often got in the way. "

'People like to be told what they already know. Remember that. They get uncomfortable when you tell them new things. New things…well, new things aren’t what they expect. They like to know that, say, a dog will bite a man. That is what dogs do. They don’t want to know that a man bites a dog, because the world is not supposed to happen like that. In short, what people think they want is news, but what they really crave is olds.'

“It was sad, like those businessmen who came to work in serious clothes but wore colorful ties in a mad, desperate attempt to show there was a free spirit in there somewhere.”

“Did I do anything last night that suggested I was sane?”

“Steal five dollars and you're a common thief. Steal thousands and you're either the government or a hero.”

“There is always a choice."
"You mean I could choose certain death?"
"A choice nevertheless, or perhaps an alternative. You see I believe in freedom. Not many people do, although they will of course protest otherwise. And no practical definition of freedom would be complete without the freedom to take the consequences. Indeed, it is the freedom upon which all the others are based.”

“What a place! What a situation! What kind of man would put a known criminal in charge of a major branch of government? Apart from, say, the average voter.”

“A weapon you held and didn't know how to use belonged to your enemy.”

“You get a wonderful view from the point of no return.”

'Putting up a statue to someone who tried to stop a war is not very, um, statuesque. Of course, if you had butchered five hundred of your own men out of arrogant carelessness, we'd be melting the bronze already.'

“People don't like change. But make the change fast enough and you go from one type of normal to another.”

“A banker? Me?"
"Yes, Mr. Lipwig."
"But I don't know anything about running a bank!"
"Good. No preconceived ideas."
"I've robbed banks!"
"Capital! Just reverse your thinking," said Lord Vetinari, beaming. "The money should be on the inside.”

“But what's worth more than gold?"
"Practically everything. You, for example. Gold is heavy. Your weight in gold is not very much gold at all. Aren't you worth more than that?”

“Building a temple didn't mean you believed in gods, it just meant you believed in architecture.”

“You're not going to tell me they built fifty-foot-high killer golems, are you?"

"Only a man would think of that.

It's our job," said Moist. "If you don't think of fifty-foot-high killer golems first, someone else will.”

“You know how to pray, don’t you? Just put your hands together and hope.”

“I wonder if it's like this for mountain climbers, he thought. You climb bigger and bigger mountains and you know that one day one of them is going to be just that bit too steep. But you go on doing it, because it’s so-o good when you breathe the air up there. And you know you'll die falling.”

"...Nie wiem nawet czy chcę na ziemię zejść. Tu gdzie ciężko złapać tlen oddychamy już codziennie, ej" "If nothing saves us from death, may love at least save us from life"


Brązowe noski są na świecie :)

Hej, a może by tak wstawić swoje zdjęcie? To łatwe proste i szybkie. Poczujesz się bardziej jak u siebie.
wisz-nu - Superbojownik · 5 miesięcy temu
:somsiad a swoją drogą to sama prawda nawet według doktryny katolickiej - nie możesz iść do piekła, choćbyś nie wiadomo jakie zbrodnie popełnił, jeśli byłeś nieświadomy, że to jest grzechem. Tak więc misjonarze przyczyniają się do zwiekszenia ilości dusz w piekle uświadamiając tambylców.

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