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Confucius say: He who runs through forest in straight line will hit tree.[1]

Everything should me made as simple as possible, but not simpler.[2]

Nothing is more permanent than a temporary solution.[3]

  1. ^ Confucius (alleged) This also neatly defines the point at which you start calling a bunch of trees a 'forest' as: a set of perennial plants with elongated stems that block any glimpse of what lies behind it from any exterior viewpoint, where 'bunch' is interpreted as an amount greater than 1.
  2. ^ Albert Einstein This also applies to this quote.
  3. ^ User:Dandorid It appears that the opposite is also true...


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On 15:56, 13 September 2009, I became a Signator and making my first edit.

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On 16:12, 11 April 2018, I became a Novato by making my 1000th edit. I've been away for a while...