Before, they had laughed at me, despising me for my ignorance and dullness; now, they hated me for my knowledge and understanding.
— It' primary school stuff. How can you not know that?
— Well, if I ever did, I've deleted it.
— Deleted it?
— Listen. [pointing to the head] This is my hard drive, and it only makes sense to put things in there that are useful. Really useful. Ordinary people fill their heads with all kinds of rubbish. That makes it hard to get at the stuff that matters.
Only if the third necessary thing could be given us. Number one, as I said, quality of information. Number two: leisure to digest it. And number three: the right to carry out actions based on what we learn from the inter-action of the first two.
Knowing is owning.