Well, it doesn't look like there will be Debt quote of the day every day, but when there is one, it is the quote of that day! Here's today's quote, from page 79:
The best response to anyone who wants to take seriously Nietzsche's fantasies [in GM] about savage hunters chopping pieces off each other's bodies for failure to remit [debts] are the words of an actual hunter-gatherer.... [Danish writer Peter] Freuchen tells how one day, after coming home hungry from an unsuccessful walrus-hunting expedition, he found one of the successful hunters dropping off several hundred pounds of meat. He thanked him profusely. The man objected indignantly:
"Up in our country we are human!" said the hunter. "And since we are human we help each other. We don't like to hear anybody say thanks for that. What I get today you may get tomorrow. Up here we say that by gifts one makes slaves and by whips one makes dogs."