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Macho does not prove mucho.
-- Zsa Zsa Gabor
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Affected with a high degree of intellectual independence.
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Madam, there's no such thing as a tough child --
if you parboil them first for seven hours, they always come out tender.
-- W.C. Fields
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If you have to travel on the Titanic, why not go first class?
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Madness takes its toll.
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When there is a public outcry to cut deadwood and fat from any
government bureaucracy, it is the deadwood and the fat that do
the cutting, and the public's services are cut.
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Magic is always the best solution -- especially reliable magic.
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Magnet, n.: Something acted upon by magnetism.
Magnetism, n.: Something acting upon a magnet.
The two preceding definitions are condensed from the works of one
thousand eminent scientists, who have illuminated the subject with a
great white light, to the inexpressible advancement of human knowledge.
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Any automobile that, when left unattended, attracts shopping carts.
-- "Sniglets", Rich Hall & Friends
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Any automobile that, when left unattended, attracts shopping
-- Rich Hall, "Sniglets"