Aristotle

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The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet. It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it...

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translucent 1 année, 7 mois avant
The double period at the end confused me, I was at 110 wpm and then slowed to 91 because it took me some time to notice the second period. -_-
user400381 2 années, 3 mois avant
Quote padding -- boo! Also: ellipses have three periods... always.
dvorakdan 3 années, 5 mois avant
Yes, the two quotes add up to 149 characters, so there is an extra period at the end to hit the 150 limit. I have suggested putting "Two quotes:" at the beginning to at least get rid of the period, and also to make it clear that the two sentences are not related, except by being from the same author.

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