What follows are the beginning of some very famous (to some) and familiar (to fewer) quotes from some very well-known (again, subject to individual knowledge) ... but finished by the DZER. I chose most of them from memory, though I admit I used a search engine to find a few more to add to the list. I apologize in advance for the spate of profanity that likely will follow. ;)
Enjoy them ... or don't. LOL
For a real challenge, see if you can figure out who said what (the parts that aren't me). And don't you go using those afore-mentioned search engines, you cheaters. Heh.
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"When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary" ... to try to drive the green or lay up, just fucking go for it.
"We have not yet begun" ... to find out how idiotic "reality" television can be.
"The only thing we have to fear" ... is being stuck in a crowded room with virulent diarrhea.
"I regret that I have but" ... so much money to stuff into strippers' panties.
"Ask not what your country can do for you" ... when it's being led by a fucking idiot
"You can fool all of the people some of the time" ... but that doesn't mean you should go "all in" on a stone-cold bluff.
"Speak softly and" ... there's a good chance most people won't hear you."
"The buck stops" ... when it gets shot through the heart by the hunter.
"I find that the harder I work" ... the more work is piled upon my shoulders.
"I have a dream" ... that involves Chrissie and a hot tub. It's a long, involved dream. Heh.
"We have art to save ourselves" ... when the cable and Internet are out.
"Blessed be the meek" ... for they allow those of us who aren't to make some money now and then.
"A clever man" ... sometimes gets punched squarely in the nose.
"Winning isn't" ... for losers.
"I never met a man" ...
"It's not the size of the dog" ... unless it's one of those fucking HUGE dogs!
"Hit 'em where they" ... will feel the most pain.
Random Guam Fact Of The Day:
• Guam residents don't pay federal income tax, technically. We fill out the forms and turn them into our local Department of Revenue and Taxation, but all the money comes back to Guam — as does the taxes paid by military and federal employees.