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Every suicide is a solution to a problem.
-- Jean Baechler
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Every time I look at you I am more convinced of Darwin's theory.
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Every time I lose weight, it finds me again!
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Every time I think I know where it's at, they move it.
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Every time you manage to close the door on
Reality, it comes in through the window.
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Every why hath a wherefore.
-- William Shakespeare, "A Comedy of Errors"
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Every word is like an unnecessary stain on silence and nothingness.
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Every young man should have a hobby: learning how to handle money is
the best one.
-- Jack Hurley
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Everybody but Sam had signed up for a new company pension plan that
called for a small employee contribution. The company was paying all
the rest. Unfortunately, 100% employee participation was needed;
otherwise the plan was off. Sam's boss and his fellow workers pleaded
and cajoled, but to no avail. Sam said the plan would never pay off.
Finally the company president called Sam into his office.
"Sam," he said, "here's a copy of the new pension plan and here's
a pen. I want you to sign the papers. I'm sorry, but if you don't sign,
you're fired. As of right now."
Sam signed the papers immediately.
"Now," said the president, "would you mind telling me why you
couldn't have signed earlier?"
"Well, sir," replied Sam, "nobody explained it to me quite so
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Everybody has something to conceal.
-- Humphrey Bogart