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The only possible interpretation of any research
whatever in the 'social sciences' is: some do, some don't.
-- Ernest Rutherford
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The only problem with being a man of leisure
is that you can never stop and take a rest.
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The only problem with seeing too much is that it makes you insane.
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The only promotion rules I can think of are that a sense of shame is to
be avoided at all costs and there is never any reason for a hustler to
be less cunning than more virtuous men. Oh yes ... whenever you think
you've got something really great, add ten per cent more.
-- Bill Veeck
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The only qualities for real success in journalism are ratlike cunning, a
plausible manner and a little literary ability. The capacity to steal
other people's ideas and phrases ... is also invaluable.
-- Nicolas Tomalin, "Stop the Press, I Want to Get On"
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The only real advantage to punk music is that nobody can whistle it.
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The only real argument for marriage is that it remains the best method
for getting acquainted.
-- Heywood Broun
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The only real way to look younger is not to be born so soon.
-- C. Schultz
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The only really masterful noise a man makes in a house is the noise
of his key, when he is still on the landing, fumbling for the lock.
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The only reward of virtue is virtue.
-- Ralph Waldo Emerson