„In the world you have three sorts of friends: your friends who love you, your friends who do not care about you and your friends who hate you.“

—  Nicolas Chamfort, Proverbs of all nations. (1859)
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—  Bert McCracken American musician 1982
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—  Virginia Woolf English writer 1882 - 1941
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