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Comment#  ·   Fair (34 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

Finantial happiness consists in being a monopoly.

Petigò

Comment#  ·   Fair (12 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

"My home..." (E.T.); "My precious..." (Gollum); "My oil..." (Bush).

Petigò

Comment#  ·   Fair (19 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

what comes first sing or sang?

Unknown

Comment#  ·   Fair (13 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

If you think you know everything you will never learn anything.

Luridhope

Comment#  ·   Fair (11 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

Satchel Paige said, 'Don't look back, something may be gaining on you.' Another reason not to look back: You may be gaining on something.

John Alejandro King, Found at www.covertcomic.com

Comment#  ·   Fair (11 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

Like Ogden used to Ogdeniously say- Witty is Pretty
but
Candor is Grandor

Richard Walker, from my poem- Once Upon A Nash

Comment#  ·   Fair (18 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

"los angels,city of angels,saints,
sinners,has-beens,legends and stars.
with a supporting cast of characters
living in a world located somewhere
between the moon and mars.
image makers,heartbreakers and a host
of side show carnival fakers.
the lucky few will go on attain both
fortune and fame,....the failures are
left without a penny or fame,....
the saddest part of all,...no one
will ever remember or know their name."
copyright 2004 joseph p.martino

JOSEPH P.MARTINO, quote/poem author

Comment#  ·   Fair (18 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

As I slide down that banister of life, I'll always remember you as a splinter up my ass.

Unknown, To anyone who's done me wrong

Comment#  ·   Fair (10 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

wealth does not bring happiness...happiness brings wealth

Unknown

Comment#  ·   Fair (9 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

If everybody could eliminate all his/her supposed enemies, who would remain on this Earth?

M.A. Fiol

Comment#  ·   Fair (16 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

It is never too late to be what we might have been.

George Eliot

Comment#  ·   Fair (8 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

They create their own mountains to climb.
But, sometimes they create their own steep
cliffs only to fall.

Terry L. Allen

Comment#  ·   Fair (11 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

Prejudices we must hate them.

Terry L. Allen

Comment#  ·   Fair (10 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

there are two kinds of people in this world, those who love what they do and those who do what they love

Arles Mauck

Comment#  ·   Fair (9 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

Just because you're not paranoid doesn't mean they're not after you.

not sure, i read this on some conspiracy web log

Comment#  ·   Fair (9 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

The events that happen in the wait are almost always more impotant than the event requiring the waiting.

Ashley McCarty, (God taught me this)

Comment#  ·   Good (2 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

It's easy to stand tall when your feet aren't on the ground.

Keith Billingsley (as far as I know)

Comment#  ·   Good (3 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

"The same people who accused America of creating tyrants are now sputtering in bilious fury because she deposed one."

James Lileks

Comment#  ·   Fair (3 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

When one person claims to be a hero and 250 of his former coworkers say he's an asshole, it's safe to say the 250 might have a point.

RHJunior

Comment#  ·   Fair (3 ratings)  ·  submitted 2004

The educational system is the only industry where the employees grade the quality of their own work.

RHJunior

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