Wibberley, Parker, Butcher

book splash image “… the views on money of those who merely earn it will never coincide with the views on money of those who spend their time making it out of their production and business. The one will always demand more. The other may well sometimes demand less in the interest of preserving its value.”
The Mouse on Wall Street, Leonard Wibberly, 1969 p. 46

“Thing about boxing, you know. You may not win but you got a plan. And, when you box, you learn that getting hit ain’t the end of the f*g world.”
The Professional, Robert B. Parker, 2009; p.226

“As a whole, people suck. But a person can be extraordinary.”
Changes, Jim Butcher, 2010; p. 138

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