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head ; he will spoil everything ; it is perfectly plain, he will not be able to stand up to Damis. Well, there is one thing left us : we can pray for him
Inwardly, silently, lest Damis hear.
Ti. What, you miscreant, no gods ? no Providence ?
Da. No, no ; you answer my question first ; what makes you believe in them ?
Ti. None of that, now ; the onus probandi is with you, scoundrel.
Da. None of that, now ; it is with you.
Zeus. At this game ours is much the better man-loudervoiced, rougher-tempered. Good, Timocles ; stick to invective ; that is your strong point ; once you get off that, he will hook and hold you up like a fish.
Ti. Do you close your ears even to Zeus's thunder, atheist ?
Da. I clearly cannot shut out the thunder ; whether it is Zeus's thunder, you know better than Iperlaaps ; you may have interviewed the gods. Travellers from Crete tell another story : there is a tomb there with an inscribed Pillar, stating that Zeus is long dead, and not going to thunder any more.
Mo. I could have told you that was coming long ago. What, Zeus ? pale ? and your teeth chattering ? What is the matter? You should cheer up, and treat such manikins with lofty contempt.
Zeus. Contempt ? See what a number of them there is-how set against us they are already-and he has them fast by the ears.
Ti. Blasphemer, have you ever been a voyage ?
Da. Many.
Ti. Well, then, the wind struck the canvas and filled the sails, and it or the oars gave you way, but there was aperson responsible for steering and for the safety of the ship ?
Da. Certainly.
Ti. Now that ship would not have sailed, without a steersman;

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