Dr. Alfred Jones is a henpecked, slightly pompous middle-aged scientist at the National Centre for Fisheries Excellence in London when he is approached by a mysterious sheikh about an outlandish plan to introduce the sport of salmon fishing into the Yemen. Dr. Jones refuses, but the project,... read more
“I had belief. I did not know , or for the moment care, what exactly it was I had to believe in. I only knew that belief in something was the first step away from believing in nothing, the first step away from a world which only recognised what it could count, measure, sell or buy.”Fred Jones
“Others aver that what Tertullian wrote was not "Certum, impossible est" but "Credo, quit impossible est" - I believe in it, because it is impossible. I like that. Don't you?”Fred Jones
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