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Chuck Jones: There is absolutely no inevitability as long as there is the willingness to think
To my three sons, Peter, Scott, and Alexander who pulled me from the 18th Century and back into the present on a regular basis and therefore made me a better person, thank you. And to my wife, who sits at the table there. Who is right about almost everything

Joseph J. Ellis

We have fallen in love with the body. That's that thing that looks back at us from the mirror. That's the repository of that lovely identity that you keep chasing all your life

George Wald

How far the existence of the Academy has influenced French literature, either for good or for evil, is an extremely dubious question

Lytton Strachey

Glory comes too late, after one as been reduced to ashes

Marcus Valerius Martial

Leslie Nielsen: Yes, it's true, I've been called the Laurence Olivier of spoofs. I guess that would make Laurence Olivier the Leslie Nielsen of Shakespeare