|#7663||An idealist is one who helps the other fellow to make a profit.|
-- Henry Ford
|#7664||An infallible method of conciliating a tiger is to allow oneself to be|
-- Konrad Adenauer
|#7665||An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself.|
-- Albert Camus
|#7666||An optimist is a guy that has never had much experience.|
-- Don Marquis
|#7667||And I suppose the little things are harder to get used to than the big|
ones. The big ones you get used to, you make up your mind to them. The
little things come along unexpectedly, when you aren't thinking about
them, aren't braced against them.
-- Marion Zimmer Bradley, "The Forbidden Tower"
|#7668||And I will do all these good works, and I will do them for free!|
My only reward will be a tombstone that says "Here lies Gomez Addams --
he was good for nothing."
-- Jack Sharkey, The Addams Family
|#7669||And on the eighth day, we bulldozed it.|
|#7670||And the crowd was stilled. One elderly man, wondering at the sudden silence,|
turned to the Child and asked him to repeat what he had said. Wide-eyed,
the Child raised his voice and said once again, "Why, the Emperor has no
clothes! He is naked!"
-- "The Emperor's New Clothes"
|#7671||"And, you know, I mustn't preach to you, but surely it wouldn't be right for|
you to take away people's pleasure of studying your attire, by just going
and making yourself like everybody else. You feel that, don't you?" said
-- William Morris, "Notes from Nowhere"
|#7672||Anger is momentary madness.|
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