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If we don't survive, we don't do anything else.

Diefenbaker John

In every hierarchy the cream rises until it sours.

Galbraith John Kenneth

Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths good theatre.

Galbraith John Kenneth

If I had a plantation in Georgia and a home in Hell, I'd sell the plantation and go home.

Galbraith John Kenneth

I shot an arrow in to the air, and it stuck.

John Kennedy

If a man has a strong faith he can indulge in the luxury of skepticism.

John Kenneth Galbraith

We'll be recording at the Paradise Friday night. Live, on the Death label.

Ke John F.

The first requisite for immortality is death.

Keats John

In my end is my beginning.

Kennedy John F.

A woman who is guided by the head and not by the heart is a social pestilence: she has all the defects of the passionate and affectionate woman, with none of her compensations; she is without pity, without love, without virtue, without sex.

Kennedy John F.

We're living in a golden age. All you need is gold.

Kennedy John F.

He hath eaten me out of house and home.

Kennedy John F.

You have all eternity to be cautious in when you're dead.

Kennedy John Fitzgerald

Luck can't last a lifetime, unless you die young.

Kennedy John

Alas, I am dying beyond my means.

Keynes John Maynard

What an author likes to write most is his signature on the back of a cheque.

Keynes John Maynard

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Keynes John Maynard

It is convenient that there be gods, and, as it is convenient, let us believe there are.

Locke John

A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.

Rockefeller John D.

One of my less pleasant chores when I was young was to read the Bible from one end to the other. Reading the Bible straight through is at least 70 percent discipline, like learning Latin. But the good parts are, of course, simply amazing. God is a

Updike John

A snake lurks in the grass.

Updike John

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