Thursday, October 14, 2010

strings

"He thought of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, assassinated in 1914. As he looked down at the bloody hole in his middle, the Archduke had said, "It is nothing." He was mistaken. There's no doubt that the Archduke Franz Ferdinand Mattered, although he was neither a prodigy nor a genius; his assassination sparked World War I--so his death led to 8,528,831 others."

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