Friday, April 29, 2011

all the best quotes for exams

all the best quotes for exams

all the best quotes for exams all the best quotes for exams all the best quotes for exams

all the best quotes for exams all the best quotes for exams all the best quotes for exams

Television is simply automated daydreaming. ~Lee Loevinger

The populist authoritarianism that is the downside of political correctness means that anyone, sometimes it seems like everyone, can proclaim their grief and have it acknowledged. The victim culture, every sufferer grasping for their own Holocaust, ensures that anyone who feels offended can call for moderation, for dilution, and in the end, as is all too often the case, for censorship. And censorship, that by-product of fear - stemming as it does not from some positive agenda, but from the desire to escape our own terrors and superstitions by imposing them on others - must surely be resisted. ~Jonathon Green, "Did You Say 'Offensive?'," as posted on The post office has a great charm at one point of our lives. When you have lived to my age, you will begin to think letters are never worth going through the rain for. ~Jane Austen

Teetotallers lack the sympathy and generosity of men that drink. ~W.H. Davies

I held a moment in my hand, brilliant as a star, fragile as a flower, a tiny sliver of one hour. I dripped it carelessly, Ah! I didn't know, I held opportunity. ~Hazel Lee

It is a wise mans part, rather to avoid sickness, than to wishe for medicines. ~Thomas More, Utopia sic

Pornography is supposed to arouse sexual desires. If pornography is a crime, when will they arrest makers of perfume? ~Richard Fleischer

Wimps lift weights, cheerleaders lift people. ~Author Unknown

The regular course was Reeling and Writhing, of course, to begin with; and then the different branches of Arithmetic - Ambition, Distraction, Uglification, and Derision. ~Lewis Carroll

We have always had reluctance to see a tract of land which is empty of men as anything but a void. The "waste howling wilderness" of Deuteronomy is typical. The Oxford Dictionary defines wilderness as wild or uncultivated land which is occupied "only" by wild animals. Places not used by us are "wastes." Areas not occupied by us are "desolate." Could the desolation be in the soul of man? ~John A. Livingston, in Borden Spears, ed., Wilderness Canada, 1970

There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds. ~G.K. Chesterton

Our lives are not in the lap of the gods, but in the lap of our cooks. ~Lin Yutang

Quote A: �The Internet is just a world passing around notes in a classroom.� ~Jon Stewart Quote A: �Then there's the joy of getting your desk clean, and knowing that all your letters are answered, and you can see the wood on it again.� ~C.A. Johnson

"Imagine," Tyler said, "stalking elk past department store windows and stinking racks of beautiful rotting dresses and tuxedos on hangers; you'll wear leather clothes that will last you the rest of your life, and you'll climb the wrist-thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears Tower. Jack and the beanstalk, you'll climb up through the dripping forest canopy and the air will be so clean you'll see tiny figures pounding corn and laying strips of venison to dry in the empty car pool lane of an abandoned superhighway stretching eight-lanes-wide and August-hot for a thousand miles." ~Chuck Palahniuk, Fight Club, Chapter 16

If inflation continues to soar, you're going to have to work like a dog just to live like one. ~George Gobel

There are really only two plays: Romeo and Juliet, and put the darn ball in the basket. ~Abe Lemons

I think that travel comes from some deep urge to see the world, like the urge that brings up a worm in an Irish bog to see the moon when it is full. ~Lord Dunsany

I soon found out you can't change the world. The best you can do is to learn to live with it. ~Henry Miller

Angels can fly directly into the heart of the matter. ~Author Unknown

Is man one of God's blunders, or is God one of man's blunders? ~Friedrich Nietzsche

Now all my teachers are dead except silence. ~W.S. Merwin

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