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Ever since Follies have pleas'd, Fools have been able to divert
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
fools are being condemn by their foolishness
BRIGHT OWUSU AMPONSAH
'The Odyssey,' by Homer,
STEPHEN COONTS
The greatest wisdom consists in knowing one's own follies.
MADAME DE SABLé
Look now how mortals are blaming the gods, for they say that evils come from us, but in fact they th...
HOMER
Their memorial is perished with them.
BIBLE
But, by all thy nature's weakness, Hidden faults and follies known, Be thou, in rebuking evil, Consc...
JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIER
Numerous innocent lives perished, but they embraced martyrdom and we pray for their eternal peace.
HAFIZ HASSAN ATTARI
All men begin their learning with Homer.
XENOPHANES
The gods do not protect fools. Fools are protected by more capable fools.
LARRY NIVEN
Others' follies teach us not, Nor much their wisdom teaches; And most of sterling worth is wha...
LORD ALFRED TENNYSON
There is no power like oratory. Caesar controlled men by exciting their fears, Cicero by . . . swayi...
HENRY CLAY
Men must try and try again. They must suffer the consequences of their own mistakes and learn by the...
LAWSON PURDY
Men must try and try again. They must suffer the consequences of their own mistakes and learn by ...
LAWSON PURDY
Fools only crib about what they do not have. They do not count their blessings.
SHRI RADHE MAA
The ancient sages never put their teachings in systematic form. They spoke in paradoxes, for they we...
KAKUZō OKAKURA
Wise men profit more by fools than fools by wise men.
MARCUS PORCIUS CATO
No workman without tools,/ Nor Lawyer without Fools,/ Can live by their Rules.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
The world makes up for all its follies and injustices by being damnably sentimental.
THOMAS HUXLEY
'Tis by our follies that so long We hold the earth from heaven away
EDWARD ROWLAND SILL
The world makes up for all its follies and injustices by being damnably sentimental
THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY
The world makes up for all its follies and injustices by being damnably sentimental.
THOMAS H. HUXLEY
The world makes up for all its follies and injustices by being damnably sentimental.
THOMAS HENRY HUXLEY
Words are wise men's counters, they do but reckon by them: but they are the money of fools.
THOMAS HOBBES
Men may live fools, but fools they cannot die.
EDWARD YOUNG
Climbing out of poverty by your own efforts that is something on which to pride yourself, but povert...
J. K. ROWLING
Vain-glorious men are the scorn of the wise, the admiration of fools, the idols of paradise, and the...
FRANCIS BACON
Vain-glorious men are the scorn of the wise, the admiration of fools, the idols of paradise, and the...
FRANCIS BACON SR.
Vain-glorious men are the scorn of the wise, the admiration of fools, the idols of paradise, and the...
FRANCIS BACON SR.
His collection of Homer is the best collection assembled by anyone since the artist's death.
MARC SIMPSON
Follies and nonsense, whims and inconsistencies do divert me, I own, and I laugh at them whenever I ...
JANE AUSTEN
The Will Rogers Follies,
HANK WILLIAMS
For myself, I find I become less cynical rather than more--remembering my own sins and follies; and ...
J.R.R. TOLKIEN
By the golden chain Homer meant nothing else than the sun.
PLATO
Every man has his follies -- and often they are the most interesting thing he has got.
JOSH BILLINGS
Every man knows his follies and often they are the most interesting thing he has got.
G. K. CHESTERTON
I sound like Homer. I mean Winslow Homer.
CHARLES OLSON
There is a certain class of people who prefer to say that their fathers came down in the world throu...
W. WINWOOD READE
Long before the idea of a writer's conference was a glimmer in anyone's eye, writers learned...
FRANCINE PROSE
Every man has his follies - and often they are the most interesting thing he has got.
JOSH BILLINGS
Every man has his follies -- and often they are the most interesting thing he had got.
JOSH BILLINGS
Caesar had perished from the world of men, had not his sword been rescued by his pen.
HENRY VAUGHAN
Many workers perished in the forced labor.
ASAHI SHIMBUN
They did not commit any violence but they still violated the law by establishing a government of the...
EMMANUEL VELASCO
From wine also perished the Centaur.
NICARCHUS
The fools enjoy their pleasures; they must also endure all their pains. From pleasures, arise diseas...
SRI GURU GRANTH SAHIB
When people will not weed their own minds, they are apt to be overrun by nettles.
HORACE WALPOLE
if I had a book or a drink then I didn’t think too much of other things—fools create their own p...
CHARLES BUKOWSKI
By then (15) they have had their own kids in their development programme for two years. They prefer ...
DAVID PERKINS
We spoke about those who perished, those who had their lives cut short. We spoke about irresponsibil...
SUSANNA DUDIYEVA
People value and spend their money more wisely when they acquire it by their own efforts - also know...
LARRY ELDER
Mature minds never get occupied by others until and unless they are influenced by their own misconce...
MUHAMMAD RAFIQ KHAN KAKAR
They do their own fundraising and pick their own charities.
BARBARA ERICKSON
But love is blind, and lovers cannot see What petty follies they themselves commit
WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
I didn't think it would be that quick, or on a homer by him.
PAUL KONERKO
Such leaders have not perished. They are coming up in droves and inspire an entire continent,
NELSON MANDELA
Then they also which are fallen asleep in Christ are perished.
BIBLE
Patients are empowered by having better access to their own health information, and then by owning t...
ELIZABETH HOLMES
My dreams are all follies.
TAYLOR CALDWELL
They trained me for this. It's their own fault. They helped make their own doom.
VICTORIA AVEYARD
It is an odd thing about newspapers that they live by exposure, yet they keep their own worlds conce...
NICK DAVIES
Only fools listen to their hearts. Only fools get attached. We wanderers get in and get out just in ...
SHRUTI UPADHAYA
Most people create a destiny of minutiae, of the mundane. They create their own limitations. When th...
BILL BLAIS
So modern 'pothecaries, taught the art By doctor's bills to play the doctor's part, Bold in th...
ALEXANDER POPE
When statesmen forsake their own private conscience for the sake of their public duties they lead th...
ROBERT BOLT
Trustful people are the pure at heart, as they are moved by the zeal of their own trustworthiness.
CRISS JAMI
Those who realize their folly are not true fools.
ZHUANGZI
The author of the Iliad is either Homer or, if not Homer, somebody else of the same name.
ALDOUS HUXLEY
Those who realize their folly are not true fools
CHUANG TZU
When people cheat in any arena, they diminish themselves-they threaten their own self-esteem and the...
CHERYL HUGHES
Oh my, ... If you're going to give up a homer, you might as well give it up like that. That was a lo...
RON GARDENHIRE
Children betrayed their parents by becoming their own people.
LESLYE WALTON
They took the time to write about themselves, their families, their school. All of the letters were ...
BRUCE NICOLETTA
There's 2 million Palestinians that govern themselves. They have their own parliament, their own...
NAFTALI BENNETT
Most fools think they are only ignorant.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Always remember... Rumors are carried by haters, spread by fools, and accepted by idiots.
ZIAD K. ABDELNOUR
A barber learns to shave by shaving fools
ROMANIAN PROVERB
I define downtime as being awake but not being stimulated by someone else. They may be playing by th...
HEATHER FINDLAN
There is no power like that of true oratory. Caesar controlled men by exciting their fears; Cicero, ...
HENRY CLAY
A barber learns to shave by shaving fools
ROMANIAN PROVERB
Any people attempting to govern themselves by laws of their own making, and by officers of their own...
ORSON PRATT
I love anybody who's willing to stick to their own vision, their own voice, who's not easily...
MARY ELIZABETH WINSTEAD
Only fools skirmish in their backyard when war is knocking down their front door.
STUART HILL
In the mass of mankind, I fear, there is too great a majority of fools and knaves; who, singly from ...
PHILIP STANHOPE, 4TH EARL OF CHESTERFIELD
By others faults the wise correct their own.
PROVERB
When you lose small businesses, you lose big ideas. People who own their own businesses are their ow...
TED TURNER
When you lose small businesses, you lose big ideas. People who own their own businesses are their ow...
TED TURNER
Fools live to regret their words, wise men to regret their silence
WILL HENRY
Fools because of their transgression, and because of their iniquities, are afflicted.
BIBLE
The American people deserve to know that their elected leaders play by the exact same rules that the...
KIRSTEN GILLIBRAND
And last the Vice and Follies of the Age.
MRS. SUSANNAH CENTLIVRE
All men love peace in their armchairs after dinner; but they disbelieve the other nations's profess...
OSCAR W. FIRKINS
A lot of people are doing something about their weight, but by their own reckoning, it isn't enough ...
PAUL TAYLOR
All men love peace in their armchairs after dinner; but they disbelieve the other nations's professi...
OSCAR W. FIRKINS
By doing what they must do to keep their margins strong and their stock price healthy, every company...
CLAYTON M. CHRISTENSEN
A lot of people are doing something about their weight, but by their own reckoning, it isn't eno...
PAUL TAYLOR
(Homer Electric) has been through the plant,
RON MILLER
All men love peace in their armchairs after dinner; but they disbelieve the other nations's professi...
OSCAR W. FIRKINS
The pain of their losses has been compounded by the betrayal of their own government,
CONNIE MACK
By appointing their own bishops hastily and illegally, they [the Patriotic Catholic Association] tri...
CARDINAL ZEN

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How vain, without the merit, is the name.
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Not vain the weakest, if their force unite.
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It was built against the will of the immortal gods, and so it did not last for long.
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I detest that man who hides one thing in the depths of his heart, and speaks for another.
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Winged words.
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And empty words are evil.
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By mutual confidence and mutual aid - great deeds are done, and great discoveries made
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Nothing shall I, while sane, compare with a friend.
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To have a great man for an intimate friend seems pleasant to those who have never tried it; those wh...
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Hateful to me as are the gates of hell, Is he who, hiding one thing in his heart, Utters another.
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A decent boldness ever meets with friends.
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Light is the task where many share the toil.
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A guest never forgets the host who had treated him kindly.
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For too much rest becomes a pain.
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Once harm has been done, even a fool understands it.
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Miserable mortals who, like leaves, at one moment flame with life, eating the produce of the land, a...
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He knew the things that were and the things that would be and the things that had been before.
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Even when someone battles hard, there is an equal portion for one who lingers behind, and in the sam...
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Do thou restrain the haughty spirit in thy breast, for better far is gentle courtesy.
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Whoever obeys the gods, to him they particularly listen.
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The glorious gifts of the gods are not to be cast aside.
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Even his griefs are a joy long after to one that remembers all that he wrought and endured.
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Zeus does not bring all men's plans to fulfillment.
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The single best augury is to fight for one's country.
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The outcome of the war is in our hands; the outcome of words is in the council.
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Two friends, two bodies with one soul inspired.
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All men have need of the gods.
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A small rock holds back a great wave.
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Like the generations of leaves, the lives of mortal men. Now the wind scatters the old leaves across...
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Ruin, eldest daughter of Zeus, she blinds us all, that fatal madness—she with those delicate feet ...
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Why so much grief for me? No man will hurl me down to Death, against my fate. And fate? No one alive...
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Ah how shameless – the way these mortals blame the gods. From us alone they say come all their mis...
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Aries in his many fits knows no favorites.
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After the event, even a fool is wise
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For a friend with an understanding heart is worth no less than a brother
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The persuasion of a friend is a strong thing.
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Hateful to me as the gates of Hades is that man who hides one thing in his heart and speaks another.
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I detest the man who hides one thing in the depth of his heart and speaks forth another.
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At last is Hector stretch'd upon the plain,
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Persuasive speech, and more persuasive sighs, Silence that spoke and eloquence of eyes.
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If you are very valiant, it is a god, I think, who gave you this gift.
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I too shall lie in the dust when I am dead, but now let me win noble renown.
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A generation of men is like a generation of leaves; the wind scatters some leaves upon the ground, w...
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Evil deeds do not prosper; the slow man catches up with the swift.
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There is a strength in the union even of very sorry men.
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You ought not to practice childish ways, since you are no longer that age.
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Wide-sounding Zeus takes away half a man's worth on the day when slavery comes upon him.
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It is tedious to tell again tales already plainly told.
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A sympathetic friend can be quite as dear as a brother.
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It is not good to have a rule of many.
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Yet, taught by time, my heart has learned to glow for other's good, and melt at other's woe.
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Even were sleep is concerned, too much is a bad thing.
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Thou knowst the oer-eager vehemence of youth,How quick in temper, and in judgement weak.
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He went off without a word along the shore of the sounding sea.
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The blade itself incites to deeds of violence.
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[I]t is the wine that leads me on,
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at ...
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Why cover the same ground again? ... It goes against my grain to repeat a tale told once, and told s...
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[B]ut it is only what happens, when they die, to all mortals.
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Few sons are like their fathers--most are worse, few better.
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Be strong, saith my heart; I am a soldier;
I have seen worse sights than this.
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The Lord gives and the Lord takes away, as it pleases him, for he can do all things.
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True friends appear less moved than counterfeit.
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Hunger is insolent, and will be fed.
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There is a time for many words, and there is also a time for sleep.
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Without a sign, his sword the brave man draws, and asks no omen, but his country's cause.
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And what he greatly thought, he nobly dared.
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There will be killing till the score is paid.
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A councilor ought not to sleep the whole night through, a man to whom the populace is entrusted, and...
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A companion's words of persuasion are effective.
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The fates have given mankind a patient soul.
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The difficulty is not so great to die for a friend, as to find a friend worth dying for.
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It is a wise child that knows his own father.
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Still, we will let all this be a thing of the past, though it hurts us, and beat down by constraint ...
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I'm satisfied. It's straight, ... But it's just so hot, and I'm just so frustrated.
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Do not mourn the dead with the belly
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Heaven has appointed us dwellers on earth a time for all things.
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Wine can of their wits the wise beguile, Make the sage frolic, and the serious smile
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Yea, and if some god shall wreck me in the wine-dark deep,
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For al...
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Come then, put away your sword in its sheath, and let us two go up into my bed so that, lying togeth...
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These nights are endless, and a man can sleep through them,
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Immortals are never alien to one another.
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out of sight,out of mind
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some things you will think of yourself,...some things God will put into your mind
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My name is Nobody.
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There is nothing more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, ...
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Be still my heart; thou hast known worse than this.
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It is not unseemly for a man to die fighting in defense of his country.
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It is not possible to fight beyond your strength, even if you strive.
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He lives not long who battles with the immortals, nor do his children prattle about his knees when h...
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There is a fullness of all things, even of sleep and love.
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We are quick to flare up, we races of men on the earth.
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In youth and beauty, wisdom is but rare!
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Words empty as the wind are best left unsaid.
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It is not right to glory in the slain.
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A man dies still if he has done nothing, as one who has done much.
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There is nothing alive more agonized than man / of all that breathe and crawl across the earth.
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Too many kings can ruin an army
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Now from his breast into the eyes the ache
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Each man delights in the work that suits him best.
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Men are so quick to blame the gods: they say
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themsel...
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A man who has been through bitter experiences and travelled far enjoys even his sufferings after a t...
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down from his brow
she ran his curls
like thick hyacinth clusters
full of blooms
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…but there they lay, sprawled across the field, craved far more by the vultures than by wives.
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And they die an equal death - the idler and the man of mighty deeds.
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Even a fool learns something once it hits him.
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How prone to doubt, how cautious are the wise!
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Without a sign, his sword the brave man draws, and asks no omen but his country's cause
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I detest that man, who hides one thing in the depths of his heart, and speaks forth another
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The sun will not rise or set without my notice, and thanks.
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Relax. What is mind? No matter. What is matter? Never mind!
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Operator, give me the number for 911!
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Being popular is the most important thing in the world!
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Oh..please dont eat me, I have a wife and three kids...eat them!
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mmmmmmm. donuts/beer/erotic cakes.
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Marge! Look at all this great stuff I found at the Marina. It was just sitting in some guy's boat!
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Jobs are physically easier, but the worker now takes home worries instead of an aching back
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Shut up, brain, or I’ll stab you with a Q-tip!
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It [YVAN EHT NIOJ] doesn't mean anything! It's like 'ramalamadingdong' or 'give peace a chance'!
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Stupid, eh? Yeah, I'm stupid. Stupid like a fox!
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Unlike most of you, I am not a nut.
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I don't want a lot of people nosing round my studio and bothering me. I don't want to see th...
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Marge, it's 3 AM. Shouldn't you be baking?
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HOMER SIMPSON
You take forever to say nothing.
HOMER SIMPSON
If at first you don't succeed, give up.
HOMER SIMPSON
Ah, TV respects me. It laughs with me, not at me!
HOMER SIMPSON