„If you scrutinize reality closely enough, if in some way you really, really get to it, it becomes fantastic.“

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—  George W. Bush 43rd President of the United States 1946
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—  Tom Waits American singer-songwriter and actor 1949
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„The golden rule of writing is to write what you care about. If you care about your topic, you'll do your best writing, and then you stand the best chance of really touching a reader in some way“

—  Jerry Spinelli American children's writer 1941
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„It is somehow quite organic, the way these things go — you can’t really plan on it.“

—  Jean Jullien french graphic designer, illustrator, video artist and photographer 1983
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