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Re: Quotation of the Week: by johnnythemonkey on 16 March 2010 1:24pm
 
That's not a question, it's a statement. It's also a loada shite. Hit first, that way you stand a chance of winning.
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by ev on 16 March 2010 1:51pm
 
Napoleon said that too.. (what Johnny said, not Gandhi..)
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by kazzzz on 16 March 2010 1:57pm
 
"I don't like religion, it tends to f**k people up."
Roger Taylor
Queen
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by bIG bLOGGER on 16 March 2010 5:17pm
 
"First they ignore you,then they ridicule you,then they fight you,then you win....."

--Hmmm,Mahatma Gandhi very wise philosopher who win many wars with British Colonial Raj,always travel on donkey,carry begging bowl,and wear Indian pyjamas.
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by Loretto on 16 March 2010 6:25pm
 
"You learn more from getting your butt kicked than from getting it kissed."
Tom Hanks on Larry King Live
CNN June 30 1995
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by johnnythemonkey on 17 March 2010 4:37am
 
When your head is up your ass, all you will smell is shit.
Johnny McMonkey, Palin's Travels 2010. :)
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by ev on 17 March 2010 9:00am
 
Is that one drawn from personal experience, I wonder? ;)
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by johnnythemonkey on 17 March 2010 12:29pm
 
Absolutely.
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by bIG bLOGGER on 17 March 2010 2:29pm
 
"The fool saith in his heart there is no GOD" [PSALM 14:1]

"The fool saith in his heart there is no Tootsie without bIG" [PSALM 14:3]

"These are corrupt people,they have no morals,all their deeds flounder,they are like penguins in a bell jar on a wet slippery slope to oblivion." [PSALM 14:6]
 
Re: Quotation of the Week: by johnnythemonkey on 17 March 2010 3:20pm
 
The souls of the virtuous are in the hands of God,no torment shall ever touch them.
In the eyes of the unwise, they did appear to die,their going looked like a disaster,their leaving us, like annihilation;but they are in peace.
If they experienced punishment as men see it,their hope was rich with immortality;slight was their affliction, great will their blessings be.
God has put them to the test and proved them worthy to be with Him;
he has tested them like gold in a furnace,and accepted them as a holocaust.
When the trine comes for his visitation they will shine out;as sparks run through the stubble, so will they.
They shall judge nations, rule over peoples,and the Lord will be their king for ever.
They who trust in him will understand the truth,those who are faithful will live with him in love;for grace and mercy await those he has chosen.


The Book of Wisdom

chapter 3, verses l - 9
 



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