From To Have and Have Not (1944).
A fave movie.
BSA with Avon Fairing
“I really loved Bill, but it turned out I just didn’t know him. If somebody had said to me, ‘Holden’s dead,’ I would assume that he had been gored by a water buffalo in Kenya, that he had died in a plane crash approaching Hong Kong, that a crazed jealous woman had shot him and he drowned in a swimming pool. But to be killed by a bottle of vodka and a night table —- what a lousy fadeout for a great guy.”
In the mid 80s I found a book of matches from a motel somewhere in Nevada and on it were three words: Clean. Reasonable. Modern. I decided that that would be a good motto with which to live one’s life. This one would work as a way to live also.
Young Franz Kafka
seen this slogan couple of times already.
will always reblog, though