Ray Bradbury Quote

You remember winning, don't you? A battle won, somewhere?
No, said the old man, deep under. I don't remember anyone winning anywhere any time. War's never a winning thing, Charlie. You just lose all the time, and the one who loses last asks for terms. All I remember is a lot of losing and sadness and nothing good but the end of it. The end of it, Charles, that was a winning all to itself, having nothing to do with guns.


The Time Machine (1955). - R Is for Rocket (1962)

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You remember winning, don't you? A battle won, somewhere? No, said the old man, deep under. I don't remember anyone winning anywhere any time. War's...

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You remember winning, don't you? A battle won, somewhere? No, said the old man, deep under. I don't remember anyone winning anywhere any time. War's...