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18
Nov
13

Quote Of The Day

If people have to choose between freedom and sandwiches, they will take sandwiches.

Lord Boyd-Orr, 1880-1971 British politician

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11
Nov
13

Quote Of The Day

Universal suffrage is the government of a house by its nursery.

Otto Von Bismarck, 1815-1898

04
Nov
13

Quote Of The Day

Governments last as long as the under-taxed can defend themselves against the over-taxed.

Bernard Berenson, 1865-1959

28
Oct
13

Quote Of The Day

Blessed is he who expects no gratitude, for he shall not be disappointed

W.C. Bennett, 1905-1953

25
Oct
13

You know you don’t get much traffic when…

When you forget to close an HTML tag and no one bothers to even tell you!
Been there since the 25th of September and it screwed up everything below it, but its fixed now.

21
Oct
13

Quote Of The Day

Anything that is worth doing has been done frequently. Things hitherto undone should be given, I suspect, a wide berth.

Max Beerbohm, 1872-1956

14
Oct
13

Quote of the day

The smallest and most inoffensive state is still criminal in its dreams

 

Michael Bakunin, 1814-1876, Russian anarchist