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The thing that takes up the least amount of time
and causes the most amount of trouble is sex.
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The things that interest people most are usually none of their business.
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The Third Law of Photography:
If you did manage to get any good shots, they will be ruined
when someone inadvertently opens the darkroom door and all of
the dark leaks out.
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The thought of being President fightens me and I do not think I
want the job.
-- Ronald Reagan in 1973
Reagan won because he ran against Jimmy Carter. Had he run unopposed he
would have lost.
-- Mort Sahl
Ronald Reagan is a triumph of the embalmer's art.
-- Gore Vidal
Ronald Reagan's platform seems to be: Hey, I'm a big good-looking guy and
I need a lot of sleep.
-- Roy G. Blount, Jr.
You've got to be careful quoting Ronald Reagan, because when you quote him
accurately it's called mudslinging.
-- Walter Mondale
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The Thought Police are here. They've come
To put you under cardiac arrest.
And as they drag you through the door
They tell you that you've failed the test.
-- Buggles, "Living in the Plastic Age"
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The three best things about going to school are June, July, and August.
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The three biggest software lies:
1: *Of course* we'll give you a copy of the source.
2: *Of course* the third party vendor we bought that from
will fix the microcode.
3: Beta test site? No, *of course* you're not a beta test site.
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The three laws of thermodynamics:
(1) You can't get anything without working for it.
(2) The most you can accomplish by working is to break even.
(3) You can only break even at absolute zero.
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THE THREE MOST COMMONLY-ASKED QUESTIONS AT DISNEYLAND:
1) Where's the bathroom?
2) What time does the parade start?
3) Do you sell anything without that damn mouse on it?
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The three questions of greatest concern are -- 1. Is it attractive?
2. Is it amusing? 3. Does it know its place?
-- Fran Lebowitz, "Metropolitan Life"