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Member No.: 29
Joined: 15-November 04
I like the idea of playing the quote game with more than just movie quotes. So, for this one, let's exclude movie quotes. Books, plays, poems, speeches, etc. Nothing from a screenplay. I thought about just posting a thread and asking everyone for their favorite quotes, but I thought some good ones might get missed if we all just start posting like crazy. So, let's do it as a game. Same rules, one entry at a time, wait for confirmation. Include author/speaker... sourse isn't necessary, but would be appreciated (esp if obscure).
Ex. Who said, "Blood alone moves the wheels of history."
This was said in a speech by Benito Mussolini in 1913, BUT the original source is Martin Luther.
Okay... so first one up for grabs...
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