A Bevy of Memorable, Often Humorous & at Times Even Deep Quotes from Sol Luckman’s New Memoir, MUSINGS FROM A SMALL ISLAND

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Sol Luckman

⛱ 🏖 🏝 Having just released my hot-off-the-press self-illustrated memoir, MUSINGS FROM A SMALL ISLAND, here on SLUUU first, I thought I’d take a moment to share some of the book’s textual highlights along with a handful of my paintings published therein. Enjoy!

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“Surf too low and there’s nowhere to go but down. Surf too high and you risk being thrown to the sky. The true path is straight and narrow down the eye of the barrel.”

“Kicking an art addiction is a heck of a lot harder than going sober.”

“These days, living within the sandy shores of the small island that inspired this work, if I’m recovering from anything, I’m recovering from trying to recover from anything.”

“For the sonically challenged, the world would be much better indeed if architects and builders cared about noise pollution as much as profit margins.”

“You have to take things with a grain of salt on a small island.”

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“I have nothing against cats, feral or otherwise, but I do tend to distrust people who care more about animals than people.”

“White-tailed deer are … numerous on the island—so numerous, in fact, they’re regularly culled to reduce the number of life-threatening collisions with vehicles. On this point I stand with the animal rights activists in insisting that tourists, not deer, should be culled to decrease accidents.”


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