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"We are those fools who could not rest, In the dull earth we left behind, But burned with passion for the West, And drank strange frenzy from its wind. The world where wise men live at ease, Fades from our unregretful eyes, And blind across uncharted seas, We stagger on our enterprise."--The Ship of Fools

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