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Illegitimi non carborundum
(translation: no carbonated drinks allowed.)
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Illinois isn't exactly the land that God forgot:
it's more like the land He's trying to ignore.
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Illiterate? Write today, for free help!
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Illusion is the first of all pleasures.
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I'm a creationist; I refuse to believe
that I could have evolved from man.
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"I'm a doctor, not a mechanic."
-- "The Doomsday Machine", when asked if he had heard of
the idea of a doomsday machine.
"I'm a doctor, not an escalator."
-- "Friday's Child", when asked to help the very pregnant
Ellen up a steep incline.
"I'm a doctor, not a bricklayer."
-- Devil in the Dark", when asked to patch up the Horta.
"I'm a doctor, not an engineer."
-- "Mirror, Mirror", when asked by Scotty for help in
Engineering aboard the ISS Enterprise.
"I'm a doctor, not a coalminer."
-- "The Empath", on being beneath the surface of Minara 2.
"I'm a surgeon, not a psychiatrist."
-- "City on the Edge of Forever", on Edith Keeler's remark
that Kirk talked strangely.
"I'm no magician, Spock, just an old country doctor."
-- "The Deadly Years", to Spock while trying to cure the
aging effects of the rogue comet near Gamma Hydra 4.
"What am I, a doctor or a moonshuttle conductor?"
-- "The Corbomite Maneuver", when Kirk rushed off from a
physical exam to answer the alert.
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I'm a Hollywood writer; so I put on
a sports jacket and take off my brain.
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I'm a lucky guy, and I'm happy to be with the Yankees. And I want to
thank everyone for making this night necessary.
-- Yogi Berra at a dinner in his honor
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I'm all for computer dating, but I
wouldn't want one to marry my sister.
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I'm also inclined to believe that if you wait long enough, you will
eventually have more than 255 of almost *anything*....
-- A. Lyman Chapin