When people move from one extreme set of views to embrace another equally batty picture of the world, they expect us to applaud their choice, as if the fact that they have rejected one form of nuttiness somehow validates the screwball views they hold now.
Simon Hoggart Quotes
We all have our opinions. But I suspect that writers are actually less worth heeding, because they regard themselves as so uniquely important, so culturally sensitive.
Cricket is the greatest game that the wit of man has yet devised.- Sir Pelham Warner
Advertising is selling Twinkies to adults.- Donald R. Vance
The struggle of the male to learn to listen to and respect his own intuitive, inner prompt...- Herb Goldberg
Each generation of the church in each setting has the responsibility of communicating the ...- Francis Schaeffer
Each had defended his own country; the Germans Germany, the Frenchmen France; they had don...- Ernst Toller
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When I was collecting material for a political gossip column, and someone said something interesting, I would wait for them to add, ‘and I don’t want to read that in your magazine!’ In which case I wouldn’t use it. But if they didn’t remember to say it, I’d nip off to the loo, write the story up, come back and change the subject.Tags in Collecting, Wait
What puzzles me is the way that some of the smaller, unknown chateaux imagine that because Chinese millionaires pay ludicrous sums for the great names, they can overcharge for their own inferior fluids. There is no trickledown effect in wine prices.
Watching the Commons tribute to Margaret Thatcher was like being suffocated inside a gigantic sticky toffee pudding, but one with nasty bogeys planted inside. There was much of the ‘Margaret Thatcher who was lucky enough to know me,’ especially from her own side of the House.
To be fair to the Inquisition, they only used confessions extracted after the torture had ended, which let them claim that admissions had been freely given; the fact that the torture would have started again if they hadn’t confessed was a minor detail.
|Birth:||26th May, 1946|
Today's Anniversary - 31st May
- 1967 - Phil Keoghan
- 1961 - Lea Thompson
- 1938 - Peter Yarrow
- 1945 - Rainer Werner Fassbinder
- 1943 - Sharon Gless
- 1970 - Terry Sawchuk
- 1996 - Timothy Leary
- 1962 - Adolf Eichmann
- 1847 - Thomas Chalmers
- 2004 - Robert Quine
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