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I never take work home with me; I always leave it in some bar along the way.
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I never vote for anyone. I always vote against.
-- W.C. Fields
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I often quote myself; it adds spice to my conversation.
-- G.B. Shaw
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I only know what I read in the papers.
-- Will Rogers
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I opened the drawer of my little desk and a single letter fell out, a
letter from my mother, written in pencil, one of her last, with unfinished
words and an implicit sense of her departure. It's so curious: one can
resist tears and "behave" very well in the hardest hours of grief. But
then someone makes you a friendly sign behind a window... or one notices
that a flower that was in bud only yesterday has suddenly blossomed... or
a letter slips from a drawer... and everything collapses.
-- Letters From Colette
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I owe, I owe,
It's off to work I go...
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I owe the government $3400 in taxes. So I sent them two hammers and a
-- Michael McShane
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I owe the public nothing.
-- J.P. Morgan
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I own my own body, but I share.
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I place economy among the first and most important virtues, and public debt as
the greatest of dangers to be feared. To preserve our independence, we must
not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt. If we run into such debts, we
must be taxed in our meat and drink, in our necessities and in our comforts,
in our labor and in our amusements. If we can prevent the government from
wasting the labor of the people, under the pretense of caring for them, they
will be happy.
-- Thomas Jefferson