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“This, in addition to havingto put up with me as anemployee, certainly disservesa good karmic return.”
“EI: Inthese economic times, do you find yourself havingto be convinced even more that an idea works?”
“No lobbiest allowed, no outside corporate pressure, money or interferenceof any kind for any reason anywhere havingto do with ourgovernment.”
“Only drawback is havingto watch the crap they air on television …”
“More than anything else in my six years in Germany it was havingto report German reaction to the Eichmann trial that made me conscious of being a Jew.”
“- Makeenough extra money to give you a comfortable lifestyle without havingto worry about bills.”
“He said to me once, 'I can't face waking up in Philadelphia and havingto go to the soundcheck.”
“Unfortunately, at least for now, we can't give thanks for not havingto be exposed to dopey DP editorials.”
“Elizabeth Keckley, who is with me and isworking for the Contraband Association,25at Wash isauthorized by the White part of the concern by awritten document—to collect any thing for them—here that, she can—She has been very unsuccessful—She saysthe immense number of Contrabands in W- aresuffering intensely, many without bed covering & havingto use any bits of carpeting to cover themselves—Manydying of want—Out of the $1000 fund deposited withyou by Gen Michael?”
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