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"Kipple [useless crap] drives out nonkipple."
- P.K. Dick's First Law

"... I scrambled home through the Indian Canyon gate,
rejoicing, pitying the poor Professor and General,
bound by clocks, almanacs, orders, duties, etc,
and compelled to dwell with lowland care and dust and din,
where Nature is covered and her voice smothered,
while the poor, insignificant wanderer, enjoys
the freedom and glory of God's wilderness."

- John Muir in "My First Summer in the Sierra".