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The human race has been fascinated by sharks for as long as I can remember.
Just like the bluebird feeding its young, or the spider struggling to weave
its perfect web, or the buttercup blooming in spring, the shark reveals to
us yet another of the infinite and wonderful facets of nature, namely the
facet that it can bite your head off. This causes us humans to feel a
certain degree of awe.
-- Dave Barry, "The Wonders of Sharks on TV"
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The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter.
-- Mark Twain
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The human race never solves any of its problems. It merely outlives them.
-- David Gerrold
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The husband who doesn't tell his wife everything probably reasons
that what she doesn't know won't hurt him.
-- Leo J. Burke
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The IBM 2250 is impressive ...
if you compare it with a system selling for a tenth its price.
-- D. Cohen
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The IBM purchase of ROLM gives new meaning to the term "twisted pair".
-- Howard Anderson, "Yankee Group"
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The idea that an arbitrary naive human should be able to properly use a given
tool without training or understanding is even more wrong for computing than
it is for other tools (e.g. automobiles, airplanes, guns, power saws).
-- Doug Gwyn
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The ideal voice for radio may be defined as showing no substance,
no sex, no owner, and a message of importance for every housewife.
-- Harry V. Wade
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The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they
are right and when they are wrong, are more powerful than is generally
understood. Indeed, the world is ruled by little else.
-- John Maynard Keyes
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The idle man does not know what it is to enjoy rest.