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It must have been some unmarried fool that said "A child can ask questions
that a wise man cannot answer"; because, in any decent house, a brat that
starts asking questions is promptly packed off to bed.
-- Arthur Binstead
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It now costs more to amuse a child than it once did to educate his father.
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It occurred to me lately that nothing has occurred to me lately.
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It pays in England to be a revolutionary and a bible-smacker most of
one's life and then come round.
-- Lord Alfred Douglas
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It pays to be obvious, especially if you have a reputation for subtlety.
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It proves what they say, give the public what they want to see and
they'll come out for it.
-- Red Skelton, surveying the funeral of Hollywood mogul
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It seemed the world was divided into good and bad people. The good ones
slept better... while the bad ones seemed to enjoy the waking hours much
-- Woody Allen, "Side Effects"
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It seems a little silly now, but this country
was founded as a protest against taxation.
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It seems appropriate to me that Mapplethorpe's perverse images should
be situated so close to Congress, which perpetuates a number of
unnatural acts upon the body politic every day, without benefit of
artificial lubrication or foreplay.
-- Pat Calafia's review of Camille Paglia's
"Sex, Art and American Culture"
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It seems intuitively obvious to me, which means that it might be wrong.
-- Chris Torek