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Immanuel doesn't pun, he Kant.
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Immanuel Kant but Kubla Khan.
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Immature artists imitate, mature artists steal.
-- Lionel Trilling
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Immature poets imitate, mature poets steal.
-- T.S. Eliot, "Philip Massinger"
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Immigration is the sincerest form of flattery.
-- Jack Paar
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Immortality -- a fate worse than death.
-- Edgar A. Shoaff
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Immutability, Three Rules of:
(1) If a tarpaulin can flap, it will.
(2) If a small boy can get dirty, he will.
(3) If a teenager can go out, he will.
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Unable to perceive any promise of personal advantage from
espousing either side of a controversy or adopting either of two
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Important letters which contain no errors will develop errors in the mail.
Corresponding errors will show up in the duplicate while the Boss is reading
it. Vital papers will demonstrate their vitality by spontaneously moving
from where you left them to where you can't find them.
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In 1967, the Soviet Government minted a beautiful silver ruble with Lenin
in a very familiar pose - arms raised above him, leading the country to
revolution. But, it was clear to everybody, that if you looked at it from
behind, it was clear that Lenin was pointing to 11:00, when the Vodka
shops opened, and was actually saying, "Comrades, forward to the Vodka shops.
It became fashionable, when one wanted to have a drink, to take out the
ruble and say, "Oh my goodness, Comrades, Lenin tells me we should go.