[Sca-cooks] History professor and foodie

Crandall 4fooles.matters at gmail.com
Sat Jun 30 13:40:14 PDT 2012

The Thucydides quote? It is from  —Thucydides (460-400 BC), from Pericles'
Funeral Oration, in *History Of The Peloponnesian War*

The other? I wrote it, years ago, or at least I remember adding the second
part, it has been at least 10 years. I am sure that there was someone's
writing that inspired me, other than being betrayed by those I trusted.

Crandall, Olde Phart

On Sat, Jun 30, 2012 at 1:33 PM, <yaini0625 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I haven't read the link because I got distracted by the quote. What an
> awesome quote. Where did you find it?
> Aelina
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One's sense of honor is the only thing that does not grow old, and the last
pleasure, when one is worn out with age, is not, as the poet said, making
money, but having the respect of one's fellow men.
When you face a liar, look not first at the lie itself, but try hard to
learn more of the liar and reason out just why he tells such a falsehood
before you render judgment upon him. And if you find that liar is motivated
by malice and spite, then render that judgment which causes his doom.

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