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Walter Huston

“As long as there's no find the noble brotherhood will last, but when the piles of gold begin to grow, that's when the trouble starts.”
“If you was to make a real strike, you couldn’t be dragged away.  Not even the threat of miserable death would keep you from trying to add ten thousand more.  Ten you’d want to get twenty-five, twenty-five you’d want to get fifty, fifty a hundred.  Like roulette. One more turn, you know.  Always one more.”
“I think most people travel to get away from themselves.”
“Self conscious, maybe that’s my trouble.  Maybe that’s the trouble with all reconciled couples afterwards.”
“I’ve got to make a new life for myself, I’m out to learn how to enjoy my leisure now that I’m retired.  I’ve been doing things people expected of me always.  I want to feel free.  I want to sit under a linden tree with nothing more important to worry about than the temperature of the beer, if there is anything more important.”
“Have you ever noticed how transparent people are when you really look at them?”
“Time is something I have nothing else but.”
“Just because I’ve stopped working doesn’t mean that I’ve stopped being helpful.”
“I’ve been doing things myself for a long time now.  I thought I’d give things a chance to do something to me.”
“You ought to be smart enough not to care what people think.”
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