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In Africa some of the native tribes have a custom of beating the ground
with clubs and uttering spine chilling cries. Anthropologists call
this a form of primitive self-expression. In America we call it golf.
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In Brooklyn, we had such great pennant races, it made the World Series
just something that came later.
-- Walter O'Malley, Dodgers owner
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It gets late early out there.
-- Yogi Berra
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It has long been known that one horse can run faster than another --
but which one? Differences are crucial.
-- Lazarus Long
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It's like deja vu all over again.
-- Yogi Berra
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It's not whether you win or lose but how you played the game.
-- Grantland Rice
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It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you look playing the game.
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Keep grandma off the streets -- legalize bingo.
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Keep in mind always the four constant Laws of Frisbee:
(1) The most powerful force in the world is that of a disc
straining to land under a car, just out of reach (this
force is technically termed "car suck").
(2) Never precede any maneuver by a comment more predictive
than "Watch this!"
(3) The probability of a Frisbee hitting something is directly
proportional to the cost of hitting it. For instance, a
Frisbee will always head directly towards a policeman or
a little old lady rather than the beat up Chevy.
(4) Your best throw happens when no one is watching; when the
cute girl you've been trying to impress is watching, the
Frisbee will invariably bounce out of your hand or hit you
in the head and knock you silly.
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Life is a gamble at terrible odds, if it was a bet you wouldn't take it.
-- Tom Stoppard, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead"