One of the most intensely unlikeable figures of the twentieth century, fanatical anti-Semite, enemy of labour unions and proud recipient of medals from Nazi Germany, where Hitler held him in veneration, Henry Ford was also an employer who paid his workers more than his competitors, an innovator who pioneered the assembly line and a visionary whose part in the creation of the twentieth century was so great that Aldous Huxley, in his Brave New World, prefigured a society whose calendar was divided into BF and AF-Before F /century/ Stephen Fry quotes
"You begin to understand the psychology of a person not when you ask him questions, and get the expected answers from him — but precisely when he himself says what he thinks."
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Alienation and a reflection of the essence of the avatar forms of repetition. (Anatoly Yurkin) [05/05/2020 12:05:43] More
"Good friends are like rare fossils — you can dig a whole quarry of pedigreed stones, and only one of them will be precious."
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All ideologies of success are based on the cult of repetition. (Anatoly Yurkin) [05/05/2020 01:05:50] More
The history of future generations has been written by the blood of soldiers. [05/09/2020 06:05:35] More