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That's life for you, said McDunn. Someone always waiting for someone
who never comes home. Always someone loving something more than that
thing loves them. And after awhile you want to destroy whatever that
thing is, so it can't hurt you no more.
-- R. Bradbury, "The Fog Horn"
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"That's no answer," Job said, "And for someone who's supposed to be
omnipotent, let me tell you 'tabernacle' has only one l."
-- Woody Allen, "Without Feathers"
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That's no moon...
-- Obi-wan Kenobi
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That's odd. That's very odd.
Wouldn't you say that's very odd?
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That's one small step for a man; one giant leap for mankind.
-- Neil Armstrong
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That's the most fun I've had without laughing.
-- Woody Allen, on sex
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That's the thing about people who think they hate computers. What they
really hate is lousy programmers.
-- Larry Niven and Jerry Pournelle in "Oath of Fealty"
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That's the true harbinger of spring, not crocuses or swallows
returning to Capistrano, but the sound of a bat on a ball.
-- Bill Veeck
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That's what she said.
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That's where the money was.
-- Willie Sutton, on being asked why he robbed a bank
It's a rather pleasant experience to be alone in a bank at night.
-- Willie Sutton