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If dolphins are so smart, why did Flipper work for television?
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If England treats her criminals the way she has treated me, she doesn't
deserve to have any.
-- Oscar Wilde, reportedly while standing handcuffed in a
driving rain, waiting for transport to prison upon his
conviction for sodomy.
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If ever the pleasure of one has to be bought by the pain of the other,
there better be no trade. A trade by which one gains and the other loses
is a fraud.
-- Dagny Taggart, "Atlas Shrugged"
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If ever you want to touch the hand and the heart of God Almighty, you can
do it through the body of someone you love. Anytime. Anywhere. Without
-- Theodore Sturgeon, "Godbody"
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If every kid had a funny tooth to bite down on whenever the world disappointed
him, prussic acid could solve our population problems in one generation.
-- G.C. Edmonson's Albert, "The Man Who Corrupted Earth"
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If everything on the road of life seems to
be coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.
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If everything seems to be going well,
you have obviously overlooked something.
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If fifty million people say a foolish thing, it's still a foolish thing.
-- Bertrand Russell
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If food be the music of love, eat up, eat up.
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If for every rule there is an exception, then we have established that there
is an exception to every rule. If we accept "For every rule there is an
exception" as a rule, then we must concede that there may not be an exception
after all, since the rule states that there is always the possibility of
exception, and if we follow it to its logical end we must agree that there
can be an exception to the rule that for every rule there is an exception.
-- Bill Boquist