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If a thing's worth having, it's worth cheating for.

Diefenbaker John


Asking a working writer what he thinks about critics is like asking a lamp-post how it feels about dogs.

Galbraith John Kenneth


You don't move to Edina, you achieve Edina.

Galbraith John Kenneth


"Hi, I'm Preston A. Mantis, president of Consumers Retail Law Outlet. As you can see by my suit and the fact that I have all these books of equal height on the shelves behind me, I am a trained legal attorney. Do you have a car or a job? Do you ever

Galbraith John Kenneth


Plus ,ca change, plus c'est la m^eme chose. [The more things change, the more they remain the same.]

John Kennedy


The ratio of literacy to illiteracy is a constant, but nowadays the illiterates can read.

John Kenneth Galbraith


The world wants to be deceived.

Ke John F.


If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads.

Keats John


Perfection is reached, not when there is no longer anything to add, but when there is no longer anything to take away.

Kennedy John F.


Judges, as a class, display, in the matter of arranging alimony, that reckless generosity which is found only in men who are giving away someone else's cash.

Kennedy John F.


There has been a little distress selling on the stock exchange.

Kennedy John F.


A place for everything and everything in its place.

Kennedy John F.


A little bit of rape is good for a man's soul.

Kennedy John Fitzgerald


Either I'm dead or my watch has stopped.

Kennedy John


There is no ox so dumb as the orthodox.

Keynes John Maynard


Men are superior to women.

Keynes John Maynard


Don't get mad, get even.

Keynes John Maynard


The idea there was that consumers would bring their broken electronic devices, such as television sets and VCR's, to the destruction centers, where trained personnel would whack them (the devices) with sledgehammers. With their devices thus permanent

Locke John


Carol's head ached as she trailed behind the unsmiling Calibrees along the block of booths. She chirruped at Kennicott, "Let's be wild! Let's ride on the merry-go-round and grab a gold ring!" Kennicott considered it, and mumbled to Calibree, "Thin

Rockefeller John D.


Who dat who say "who dat" when I say "who dat"?

Updike John


Perhaps no person can be a poet, or even enjoy poetry without a certain unsoundness of mind.

Updike John





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