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Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion
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Man's horizons are bounded by his vision.
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Man's reach must exceed his grasp, for why else the heavens?
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Man's unique agony as a species consists in his perpetual
conflict between the desire to stand out and the need to blend in.
-- Sydney J. Harris
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A unit of documentation. There are always three or more on a given
item. One is on the shelf; someone has the others. The information
you need in in the others.
-- Ray Simard
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Many a bum show has been saved by the flag.
-- George M. Cohan
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Many a family tree needs trimming.
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Many a long dispute between divines may thus be abridged: It is so. It
is not so. It is so. It is not so.
-- Benjamin Franklin, "Poor Richard's Almanack"
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Many a man that can't direct you to a corner drugstore will
get a respectful hearing when age has further impaired his mind.
-- Finley Peter Dunne
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Many a town that didn't have enough work to support a single lawyer
can easily support two or more.