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“It is then all the same whether we see the setting of the sun from a prison or from a palace.” http://bit.ly/H07Jly
You may proclaim, good sirs, your fine philosophy
But till you feed us, right and wrong can wait!
Macheath in “Second Threepenny-Finale”; Act 2, scene 3
AKA First comes a full stomach, then comes ethics.
It is a sad truth that wisdom often comes only after bitter experience.
Den NC USA
I’m surprised Camus is not listed.