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Just The Facts
Who Said That?

"Life is too short to stuff a mushroom."
Shirley Conran (1932- ) - British Author

"Before enlightenment, I chopped wood and carried water; after enlightenment I chopped wood and carried water."
Zen saying

"It is possible to achieve anything as long as you don't expect to gain credit from it."
Harry S. Truman (1884 - 1972) - American President

"The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time."
Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865) - American President

"Most rock journalism consists of people who can't write, interviewing people who can't talk, for the
benefit of people who can't read."
Frank Zappa (1940 - 1993) - American Rock Musician

"The man who sets out simply with the idea of getting rich won't succeed; you must have a large ambition."
John D. Rockefeller (1837 - 1936) - President of Standard Oil

"In seeking to serve social needs because it makes good business sense to do so, a Corporation is doing
what it knows how to do best."
Henry Ford II (1919 - 1987) - American Car Manufacturer

"Nothing is so much fun as business. I do not expect to do anything but work as long as I can Stand up"
William Wrigley Jnr. (1861 - 1932) - American Chewing Gum Entrepreneur

"You should always believe all that you read in the newspapers, for that makes them more interesting."
Rose Macauley (1881 - 1958) - British Novelist

"A verbal contract isn't worth the paper it's written on."
Louis B. Mayer (1885 - 1957) - American Film Mogul

"Never drink black coffee at lunch, it will keep you awake in the afternoon."
Jilly Cooper (1937- ) - British Novelist

"Love conquers all things except poverty and toothache."
Mae West (1893 - 1980 ) - American Actress

"Investing is not as tough as being a top-notch bridge player. All it takes is the ability to see things
the way they really are."
Warren Buffet (1930 - ) - American Investment Broker.

"When people aren't having any fun, they seldom produce good advertising."
David Ogilvy (1911 - 1999) - Founder of Ogilvy & Mather

"Better to be silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt."
Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865) - American President

"A cynic should never marry an idealist, for the cynic marriage represents the welcome end of romantic life,
with all its agony and ecstasy. But for the idealist it is only the beginning."
Julie Birchill (1960 - ) - British Journalist

"Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it."
Confucius (c550 - c478 BC) - Chinese Philosopher

"Excellence is to do a common thing in an uncommon way."
Booker T. Washington (1856 - 1915) African-American Educationist

"The secret of success is to know something nobody else knows."
Airstotle Onassis (1906 - 1975) - Greek Shipping Tycoon

"I left England when I was four because I found out I could never become King."
Bob Hope (1903 - ) - American Comedian

"Marriages are said to be made in Heaven. Maybe that's why they don't work her on Earth."
Thomas Szasz (1920 - ) - American Psychiatrist

"The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder."
Alfred Hitchcock (1889 - 1980) - British Film Director

"A bestseller is the gilded tomb of a mediocre talent."
Logan Pearson Smith (1865 - 1946) - American-born British essayist.

"Simply seek happiness, and you are not likely to find it. Seek to create and love without regard to
your happiness, and you will likely be happy much of the time."
Dr. M. Scott Peck (1936 - ) - American Psychiatrist

"Make all you can, save all you can, give all you can."
John Wesley (1703 - 1791) - British Religious Leader

"I don't watch television. I think it destroys tha art of talking about oneself."
Stephen Fry (1957 - ) - British Humorist

"My First Rule of Consumerism is never to buy anything you can't make your carry."
Bill Bryson (1951 - ) - American Humorist

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