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A mushroom cloud has no silver lining.
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A musician, an artist, an architect:
the man or woman who is not one of these is not a Christian.
-- William Blake
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A myth is a religion in which no-one any longer believes.
-- James Feibleman, "Understanding Philosophy"
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A narcissist is anyone better-looking than you.
-- Gore Vidal
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A narcissist is someone better looking than you are.
-- Gore Vidal
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A nasty looking dwarf throws a knife at you.
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A national debt, if it is not excessive,
will be to us a national blessing.
-- Alexander Hamilton
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A neighbor came to Nasrudin, asking to borrow his donkey. "It is out on
loan," the teacher replied. At that moment, the donkey brayed loudly inside
the stable. "But I can hear it bray, over there." "Whom do you believe,"
asked Nasrudin, "me or a donkey?"
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A new 'chutist had just jumped from the plane at 10,000 feet, and soon
discovered that all his lines were hopelessly tangled. At about 5,000 feet,
still struggling, he noticed someone coming up from the ground at about the
same speed as he was going towards the ground. As they passed each other at
3,000 feet, the 'chutist yells, "HEY! DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT PARACHUTES?"
The reply came, fading towards the end, "NO! DO YOU KNOW ANYTHING
ABOUT COLEMAN STOVES?"
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A new koan:
If you have some ice cream, I will give it to you.
If you have no ice cream, I will take it away from you.
It is an ice cream koan.