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Having nothing, nothing can he lose.
-- William Shakespeare, "Henry VI"
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Having the fewest wants, I am nearest to the gods.
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Having wandered helplessly into a blinding snowstorm Sam was greatly
relieved to see a sturdy Saint Bernard dog bounding toward him with
the traditional keg of brandy strapped to his collar.
"At last," cried Sam, "man's best friend -- and a great big
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"Hawk, we're going to die."
"Never say die... and certainly never say we."
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It's not easy to play the clown
when you've got to run the whole circus.
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He: Do you like Kipling?
She: Oh, you naughty boy, I don't know! I've never kippled!
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He: "If I made love to you, would you yell?"
She: "What do you want me to yell?"
-- Benny Hill
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HE: Let's end it all, bequeathin' our brains to science.
SHE: What?!? Science got enough trouble with their OWN brains.
-- Walt Kelley
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He asked me if I knew what time it was -- I said yes, but not right now.
-- S. Wright
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He didn't run for reelection. "Politics brings you into contact with all
the people you'd give anything to avoid," he said. "I'm staying home."
-- Garrison Keillor, "Lake Wobegone Days"