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precedence, and the lazy shirker have tasted the rope's-end half a dozen times a day. The metaphorical ship, your worship, is likely to be capsized by its captain's incompetence.
Mo. He is sweeping on to victory, with wind and tide.
Zeus. Too probable, Momus. And Timocles never gets hold of an effective idea ; he can only ladle out trite commonplaces higgledy-piggledy-no sooner heard than refuted.
Ti. Well, well ; my ship leaves you unconvinced; I must drop my slaeet-anchor, then ; that at least is unbreakable.
Zeus. I wonder what it is.
Ti. See whether this is a sound syllogism ; can you upset it ?If there are altars, there are gods : there are altars ; therefore, there are gods. Now then.
Da. Ha, ha, ha ! I will answer as soon as I can get done with laughing.
Ti. Will you never stop ? At least tell me what the joke is.
Da. Why, you don't see that your anchor (sheet-anchor, too) hangs by a mere thread. You depend on connexion between the existence of gods and the existence of altars, and fancy yourself safe at anchor ! As you admit that this was your sheet-anchor, there is nothing further to detain us.
Ti. You retire ; you confess yourself beaten, then ?
Da. Yes ; we have seen you take sanctuary at the altars under persecution. At those altars I am ready (the sheet-anchor be my witness) to swear peace and cease from strife.
Ti. You are playing with me, are you, you vile body-snatcher, you loathsome well-whipped scum ! As if we didn't know who your father was, how your mother was a harlot ! You strangled your own brother, you debauch the young ! Don't be in such u hurry ; here is something for you to take with you ; this broken pot will serve me to cut your foul throat.
Zeus. Damis makes off with a laugh, and the other after him, calling him names, mad at his insolence. He will get him on the head with that pottery, I know. And now, what are we to do ?

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