domingo, 26 de xaneiro de 2014

Fragmento de "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", de Douglas Adams

"As Ford gazed at the spectacle of light before them, excitement burned inside him, but only the excitement of seeing a strange new planet. It was enough for him to see it as it was. It faintly irritated him that Zaphod had to impose some ludicrous fantasy onto the scene to make it work for him. All this Magrathean nonsense seemed juvenile.
Isn't it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too?"
Supoño que non é increíblemente sorprendente encontrar un guiño escéptico nun libro de Douglas Adams, pero gústame a forma de facelo. Excuso decir que all that Magrathean nonsense era, por outra parte, verdade.

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