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Hearing on Home Recording of Copyrighted Works - Jack Valenti

... no prerecorded cassettes and 72 percent plan to buy one in the coming year and 48 percent have never rented a prerecorded cassette. The major source of programing material is home recording, which thus preempts prerecorded tapes and their revenue. Consider ...

What Is Noble? (IX) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... more rarely: about these matters people understand one another rapidly and always more rapidly?the history of language is the history of a process of abbreviation; on the basis of this quick comprehension people always unite closer ...

Batman (1989) Final Draft - Batman

... . I'm late, but I've a proposition. Bruce sits up wearily. VICKI I'll make us lunch tomorrow. At my apartment. I'll show you same of my photos. Will you come? He's stretching. A hesitation flashes in his eyes. BRUCE Sure. Oh no... I -- I can't make ...

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Gibbons v. Ogden - The Supreme Court of the United States

... ] the act. Were every law on the subject of commerce repealed tomorrow, all commerce would be lawful, and, in practice, merchants never inquire what is permitted, but what is forbidden commerce. Of all the endless variety of branches of foreign ...

Korematsu v. United States - The Supreme Court of the United States

... white farmer has to pay wages for his help. If all the Japs were removed tomorrow, we'd never miss them in two weeks, because the white farmers can take over and produce everything ...

ITALY AND EUROPE AFTER THE CRISIS: A CONVERSATION WITH ITALIAN PRIME MINISTER ENRICO LETTA - The Brookings Institute

... solved the problem in the ?70s and in the ?80s, and this is why Italy today is in difficulty. And my mission is to say never, never, never debt again. And we have to stop and I think we have to ...

Poems - Isidore Ducasse, Comte de Lautréamont

... not need to discover the things that I will discover later. In the new science, everything comes in its place?that is its excellence. There are the makings of the poet in moralists an philosophers. The poet ...

Waiting For The World To End - MxPx Play

... undone, even as I turn this phrase, the end has now begun. History is history, tomorrow never comes, today's the only day we have, but now that day is done. Waiting for the world to end, searchin' for the signs, devistation ...

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State of the Union 1996 - Bill Clinton

... today and tomorrow, beyond the burdens of yesterday. The challenges are significant. But our Nation was built on challenges. America was built on challenges, not promises. And when we work together to meet them, we never fail. That is the ...

Why Bitcoin Matters - Marc Andreessen

... received $25,000 in Bitcoin in the first 24 hours, all from people he had never met. This was the first time in history that you could see someone holding up a sign, in person or on TV or in ...

Why to Not Not Start a Startup - Paul Graham

... the time. If you're a founder, what you want to do most of the time is work. But you never have to pretend to. If you took a nap in your office in a big company, it ...

Nominalist and Realist - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... ; so are pumpkins; but every pumpkin in the field, goes through every point of pumpkin history. The rabid democrat, as soon as he is senator and rich man, has ripened beyond possibility of sincere radicalism, and unless he can ...

State of the Union 1955 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

... spiritual foundations of this land of freedom and of free nations throughout the world. As never before, there is need for unhesitating cooperation among the branches of our government.     At this time the executive ...

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On the cruelty of really teaching computing science - Edsger W. Djikstra

... history, and one has to approach the radical novelty with a blank mind, consciously refusing to try to link it with what is already familiar, because the familiar is hopelessly inadequate. One has, with initially a kind of split personality, to come ...

The Ballot or the Bullet - Malcolm X

... be such an explosive political year? Because this is the year of politics. This is the year when all of the white politicians are going to come into the Negro community. You never see them until election time. You can ...

Where I Lived, and What I Lived For - Henry David Thoreau

... news from that quarter was the revolution of 1649; and if you have learned the history of her crops for an average year, you never need attend to that thing again, unless your speculations are of a merely pecuniary character. If ...

How launching the “worst version” of a site led to 40,000,000 monthly users - Tom Lehman

... me do something silly, you?re going to get one idea. But if you?ve never met me before, if you?ve never come to RapGenius and hung out with the talented editors and contributors and engineers here. And ...

Under Western Eyes (Chap. 2) - Joseph Conrad

... on now thinking and thinking in that unfortunate strain. You see yourself how cruel that is...." I never spoke with greater sincerity than when I agreed with her that it would be deplorable in ...

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Nobel Lecture in Literature (1987): Nobel Lecture (Brodsky) - Joseph Brodsky (Иосиф Бродский)

... represents an attempt to subordinate art, in this case, literature, to history. It is only if we have resolved that it is time for Homo sapiens to come to a halt in his development that literature should speak the language of ...

Nobel Lecture in Literature (1990): In Search of the Present (Paz) - Octavio Paz

... of which can be known in advance. Historical determinism has been a costly and bloodstained fantasy. History is unpredictable because its agent, mankind, is the personification of indeterminism. This short review shows that we are very probably at the ...

Arabian Nights,Vol. 1 (Chap. 7.1) - Richard F. Burton

... lit. = tyrants, oppressors, applied to the police and generally to employés of Government. It is a word which tells a history. [FN#544] Moslem law is never completely satisfied till the criminal confess. It also utterly ignores circumstantial evidence and for the ...

SCP-1425: “Star Signals” - The SCP Foundation

... researcher, that we could cut three weeks of Western culture from memory and history. That doubt is justified. The party line is that the SCP Foundation is all-capable and all-prepared. But, if you?re reading this, you?ve ...

Never Can Say Goodbye - Rhymefest Play

... history, tomorrow's a mystery So all we got is the present and that's a gift to me Literally, I was on the block, had an epiphany Stop servin, take your ass home where your kids should be But some of us... [Singer] Never ...

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Where I'm At - Eminem Play

... me, I'm up now, it's your loss Suffered to you History is like a point of no delay Keeps repeating itself, what else can I say You wondering why I act this way Never should have gave you the time of day I guess you ...

State of the Union 1995 - Bill Clinton

... , and the other illusion that the Government is a source of every problem we have. Our job is to get rid of yesterday's Government so that our own people can meet today's and tomorrow's needs. And we ought to do it ...

After the Bombing / Speech at Ford Auditorium - Malcolm X

... be afraid. As long as the Negro's afraid, the Klan is safe. But the Klan itself is cowardly. One of them will never come after one of you. They all come together. Sure, and they're scared of you. And ...

You Can't Hate the Roots of a Tree and Not Hate That Tree - Malcolm X

... be afraid. As long as the Negro's afraid, the Klan is safe. But the Klan itself is cowardly. One of them will never come after one of you. They all come together. Sure, and they're scared of you. And ...

We Scholars (VI) - Friedrich Nietzsche

... painful attempts than the sensitive and pampered taste of a democratic century can approve of??There is no doubt these coming ones will be least able to dispense with the serious and not unscrupulous qualities which ...

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Economy - Henry David Thoreau

... , clothes introduced sewing, a kind of work which you may call endless; a woman's dress, at least, is never done A man who has at length found something to do will not need to get a ...

O'Reilly v. Morse - The Supreme Court of the United States

... which induced the judge to decree an injunction in favor of Morse yet the history is given with great precision and clearness. The following statement is extracted from the opinion of Judge Monroe: The complainants, in their bill, allege that ...

Manners (Essay) - Ralph Waldo Emerson

... personal beauty or extraordinary native endowment anywhere appears. What fact more conspicuous in modern history, than the creation of the gentleman? Chivalry is that, and loyalty is that, and, in English literature, half the drama, and all the novels, from ...

Backwash - ​The Wire

... be you that catch no charge. So, least-wise, the thing you need to do is lay all that good shit down on an even-split, yo. Come Friday, me and my niggas done sold all that shit off, you ...

The Innocents Abroad (Chap. 26) - Mark Twain

... in the sacred seat of the Emperor. More vividly than all the written histories, the Coliseum tells the story of Rome's grandeur and Rome's decay. It is the worthiest type of both that exists. Moving about the Rome of to ...

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What's Next for Conservatives (Speech at the Heritage Foundation) - Senator Mike Lee

... , we know now that Reagan and the conservative movement were vindicated in 1980. So it is tempting for conservatives today to believe that history is on the verge of repeating itself, that our struggles with the Rep ublican establishment are ...

State of the Union 1958 - Dwight D. Eisenhower

... an advancing industrial, military and scientific establishment.       But what makes the Soviet threat unique in history is its all--inclusiveness. Every human activity is pressed into service as a weapon of expansion. Trade, economic development, military power, arts, science, education ...

ARE YOU LIVING IN A COMPUTER SIMULATION? - Nick Bostrom

... very likely to go extinct before reaching a ?posthuman? stage; (2) any posthuman civilization is extremely unlikely to run a significant number of simulations of their evolutionary history (or variations thereof); (3) we are almost certainly living in a computer simulation. It follows that the ...

Vanessa Cruz - The Blacklist

... , shh. There is a car waiting for you outside. You are going to the airport. HOBBS: Please. THE DIRECTOR: Zzt! You are leaving the country tonight. You are not to call your family, and you are never coming back. Security appears ...

No History - The White Buffalo

... to be free No History No History Memories they come crashing in Living in the past is a waste of your life Oh we can't rewind Leave it all behind What if morning never comes Give your tomorrow out of today ...

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Lecture 2: Ideas, Products, Teams and Execution Part II - Sam Altman

... the press. This great quote from Henry Ford that I love: ?The competitor to be feared is one who never bothers about you at all, but goes on making his own business better all the ...

Pilot - Deadwood

... from inside by Bullock, revealing, as he steps out, a makeshift counter behind which Star is situated and which displays their items for sale -- BULLOCK Come have a look boys, Star and Bullock Hardware and Mercantile just open for business. We've ...