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  • Germany is now a field of cadavers, soon she will be a paradise. -- Georg Buchner
  • You are a person and then you cease to be a person, and a cadaver takes your place. -- Mary Roach
  • Jane Austen: Getting into her books is like getting in bed with a cadaver. Something vital is lacking; namely, life. -- Edward Abbey
  • I say, doctors are the profiteers of death and unclaimed cadavers that were once inhabited by homeless and wondering poets! -- Rawi Hage
  • Once one has kissed a cadaver's forehead, there always remains something of it on the lips, an infinite bitterness, an aftertasteof nothingness that nothing can erase. -- Gustave Flaubert
  • And off we go, out onto the highway looking for a little fun. Perhaps a flatbed truck loaded with human cadavers will explode in front of a Star Trek reunion. One can only dream and hope. -- George Carlin
  • The traditional flowers of courtship are the traditional flowers of the grave, delivered to the victim before the kill. The cadaver is dressed up and made up and laid down and ritually violated and consecrated to an eternity of being used. -- Andrea Dworkin
  • Researchers measure that the average major-league pitcher puts 40 pounds of pressure on his shoulder by cocking and releasing the baseball. Curious how much more the body could take, those same researchers tested cadavers. The shoulder broke apart at just beyond 40 pounds. -- Tom Verducci
  • Along with a dozen other students I had dissected a human cadaver and sorted its contents by size, color, function, and weight. There was nothing pleasant about the experience. Its only consolation was its truth and its only virtue was its utility. -- Robert Charles Wilson
  • There is bound to be someone driven mad by love who will give you the chance to study the effects of gold cyanide on a cadaver. And when you do find one, observe with care, they almost always have crystals in their heart -- Gabriel Garcia Marquez
  • To live is to be someone else. Feeling is impossible if we feel today as we felt yesterday: to feel today the same thing we felt yesterday is not to feel at all--it's merely to remember today what we felt yesterday, since today we are the living cadaver of yesterday's lost life. -- Fernando Pessoa
  • Cadavers and spirits are human refuse, and they are absurdly difficult to dispose of properly. When someone dies, a small gang of specialists is required to remove and inter the body in such a way that it can always be located precisely at any time while preventing it from ever appearing again. -- Michael Cisco
  • Sharing a room with a cadaver is only mildly different from being in a room alone. They are the same sort of company as people across from you on subways or in airport lounges, there but not there. Your eyes keep going back to them, for lack of anything more interesting to look at, and then you feel bad for staring. -- Mary Roach
  • God is dead. Let us not understand by this that he does not exist or even that he no longer exists. He is dead. He spoke to us and is silent. We no longer have anything but his cadaver. Perhaps he slipped out of the world, somewhere else like the soul of a dead man. Perhaps he was only a dream...God is dead. -- Jean-Paul Sartre
  • But I'm concerned about security.? My response to that is simple: ??Security is for cadavers. -- Bob Parsons
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