Entry #108 in the Dictionary of Imaginary Quotations :

It is a popular miscon­ception that one’s actions, if unobserved, are magically stripped of their unpleasant conse­quences.”

D. Archebald Jamson
American novelist (1801–1868)

Father, son, husband, friend and writer by day; asleep by night. Happily pondering the immortality of the crab wherever words are shared.

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