“Whether you think you can, or you think you can't--you're right.”
― Henry Ford
"If you can dream it, you can achieve it."
“Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great.”
“Oh, my friend, it's not what they take away from you that counts. It's what you do with what you have left.”
“If you only read the books that everyone else is reading, you can only think what everyone else is thinking.”
“Do one thing every day that scares you.”
Get over yourself this is the real world -my gran
" We'er sharing drink we call loneliness, buts better than drinking alone"
"Marriage is an institution & I am not ready for an institution." (Mae West)
The closer you are too light, the darker your shadow becomes.
-kingdom hearts video game
"I am not young enough to know everything." Oscar Wilde :-)
Love knows no boundaries, it knows only itz own boundary.
"When we know better we do better" - Maya Angelou
What is said in secret, must stay secret.
"Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country."
life is like a box of choclates you never know what your getting
Life is like a box of chocolates. It lasts shorter for the fat people.
“So identified has the State become in the public mind with the provision of these services that an attack on State financing appears to many people as an attack on the service itself. Thus if one maintains that the State should not supply court services, and that private enterprise on the market could supply such service more efficiently as well as more morally, people tend to think of this as denying the importance of courts themselves. The libertarian who wants to replace government by private enterprises in the above areas is thus treated in the same way as he would be if the government had, for various reasons, been supplying shoes as a tax-financed monopoly from time immemorial. If the government and only the government had had a monopoly of the shoe manufacturing and retailing business, how would most of the public treat the libertarian who now came along to advocate that the government get out of the shoe business and throw it open to private enterprise? He would undoubtedly be treated as follows: people would cry, “How could you? You are opposed to the public, and to poor people, wearing shoes! And who would supply shoes to the public if the government got out of the business? Tell us that! Be constructive! It’s easy to be negative and smart-alecky about government; but tell us who would supply shoes? Which people? How many shoe stores would be available in each city and town? How would the shoe firms be capitalized? How many brands would there be? What material would they use? What lasts? What would be the pricing arrangements for shoes? Wouldn’t regulation of the shoe industry be needed to see to it that the product is sound? And who would supply the poor with shoes? Suppose a poor person didn’t have the money to buy a pair?” These questions, ridiculous as they seem to be and are with regard to the shoe business, are just as absurd when applied to the libertarian who advocates a free market in fire, police, postal service, or any other government operation. The point is that the advocate of a free market in anything cannot provide a “constructive” blueprint of such a market in advance. The essence and the glory of the free market is that individual firms and businesses, competing on the market, provide an ever-changing orchestration of efficient and progressive goods and services: continually improving products and markets, advancing technology, cutting costs, and meeting changing consumer demands as swiftly and as efficiently as possible.” - Murray N. Rothbard
seen written above the hand basin in a man's toilet someone had written. think... to which someone else had written. .thoap
Pink Marshmallow: Where the hell have YOU been?
White Marshmallow: I don't know. Somewhere stupid!
-Marshmallow People 3, by FilmCow.
put that in your book