Any intelligent fool can make things bigger and more complex... It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.

By : Albert Einstein 0 Likes          


The more English is heard in the world, the more gratifying it seems to speak French, and above all to know the culture of our country. They find a kind of French social grace in the language and culture.

By : Bernard Pivot

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I don't believe a manager ever won a pennant. Casey Stengel won all those pennants with the Yankees. How many did he win with the Boston Braves and Mets?

By : Sparky Anderson

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As we embrace the American dream and the freedoms it represents, we must also ensure that those who wish to enjoy those freedoms become a part of our society and learn to speak our language.

By : Bobby Jindal

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But it is a fact that within Jewry there exists a sect which engaged in these murders.

By : Julius Streicher

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If I have any appeal at all, it's to the fellow who takes out the garbage.

By : Lee Marvin

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Though the Jazz Age continued it became less and less an affair of youth. The sequel was like a children's party taken over by the elders.

By : F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Courage is a mean with regard to fear and confidence.

By : Aristotle

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My first introduction to chemistry came at a quite early age through my mother's elder brother.

By : Geoffrey Wilkinson

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Various Turkish people invaded southwest Asia during the Middle Ages and carved an empire for themselves from lands occupied by the indigenous Semitic and Indo-European inhabitants.

By : John Shimkus

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The greatest problem about old age is the fear that it may go on too long.

By : A. J. P. Taylor

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I dainty little lass I wasn't. I looked twice my age until I turned 10 or 11.

By : Maureen O'Hara

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I don't know of many evangelicals who want to deny gay couples their legal rights. However, most of us don't want to call it marriage, because we think that word has religious connotations, and we're not ready to see it used in ways that offend us.

By : Tony Campolo

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