“Stranger,” he grumbled back from his brutal heart, “you must be a fool, stranger, or come from nowhere, telling me to fear the gods or avoid their wrath! We Cyclops never blink at Zeus and Zeus’s shield of storm and thunder, or any other blessed god - we’ve got more force by far. I’d never spare you in fear of Zeus’s hatred, you or your comrades here, unless I had the urge. But tell me, where did you moor your sturdy ship when you arrived? Up the coast or close in? I’d just like to know.” - Homer: The Odyssey, pg 220, para 310.