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An idealist is one who helps the other fellow to make a profit.
-- Henry Ford
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An infallible method of conciliating a tiger is to allow oneself to be
-- Konrad Adenauer
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An intellectual is someone whose mind watches itself.
-- Albert Camus
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An optimist is a guy that has never had much experience.
-- Don Marquis
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And I suppose the little things are harder to get used to than the big
ones. The big ones you get used to, you make up your mind to them. The
little things come along unexpectedly, when you aren't thinking about
them, aren't braced against them.
-- Marion Zimmer Bradley, "The Forbidden Tower"
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And I will do all these good works, and I will do them for free!
My only reward will be a tombstone that says "Here lies Gomez Addams --
he was good for nothing."
-- Jack Sharkey, The Addams Family
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And on the eighth day, we bulldozed it.
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And the crowd was stilled. One elderly man, wondering at the sudden silence,
turned to the Child and asked him to repeat what he had said. Wide-eyed,
the Child raised his voice and said once again, "Why, the Emperor has no
clothes! He is naked!"
-- "The Emperor's New Clothes"
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"And, you know, I mustn't preach to you, but surely it wouldn't be right for
you to take away people's pleasure of studying your attire, by just going
and making yourself like everybody else. You feel that, don't you?" said
-- William Morris, "Notes from Nowhere"
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Anger is momentary madness.