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Blow the factory whistle, storm the palace gates

“The great thing is to last and to get your work done and see and hear and learn and understand; and write when there is something that you know; and not before; and not too damned much after.  Let those who want to save the world if you can get to see it clear and as a whole.  Then any part you make will represent the whole if it’s made truly.  The thing to do is work and learn to make it.” – Ernest Hemingway, Death in the Afternoon

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