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Arthur Koestler
   said   
"The More Original the Discovery, the More Obvious It Seems Afterwards."
Barbara Walters
   said   
"If It's a Woman, It’s Caustic; if It's a Man, It's Authoritative"
American journalist, writer and media personality
Bill Vaughan
   said   
"Suburbia is Where the Developer Bulldozes out the Trees, then Names the Streets After Them"
American columnist and author
Don Marquis
   said   
"An Idea Isn’t Responsible for the People Who Believe in It"
Dan Rather
   said   
"Americans Will Put up With Anything Provided It Doesn't Block Traffic"
American journalist and anchor
Elizabeth Drew
   said   
"Travel, Instead of Broadening the Mind, Often Merely Lengthens the Conversation"
American political journalist and author
George F. Will
   said   
"It is No Longer Enough to Be Lusty. One Must Be a Sexual Gourmet"
American Political columnist
George Jean Nathan
   said   
"Women Can Form a Friendship With a Man Very Well; but to Preserve It to That End a Slight Physical Antipathy Must Probably Help"
American drama critic and editor
Gloria Steinem
   said   
God May Be in the Details, but the Goddess is in the Questions. Once We Begin to Ask Them, There's No Turning Back."
Gloria Steinem
   said   
"A Liberated Woman is One Who Has Sex Before Marriage and a Job After"
American writer and journalist. A co-founder of New York Magazine
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"All Men Are Frauds. The Only Difference Between Them is That Some Admit It. I Myself Deny It."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Conscience: the Inner Voice Which Warns Us That Someone May Be Looking"
American journalist and literary critic
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Conscience is a Mother-in-law Whose Visit Never Ends."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Criticism is Prejudice Made Plausible."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"A Cynic is a Man Who, when He Smells Flowers, Looks Around for a Coffin."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"A Judge is a Law Student Who Marks His Own Examination Papers."
US editor
H. L. Mencken
   said   
"Love is the Triumph of Imagination over Intelligence"
German American, journalist, satirist
Hunter S. Thompson
   said   
"I Hate to Advocate Drugs, Alcohol, Violence or Insanity to Anyone, but They've Always Worked for Me"
American journalist and author. Founder of the gonzo journalism movement.
John Cogley
   said   
"Tolerance Implies a Respect for Another Person, Not Because He is Wrong or Even Because He is Right, but Because He is Human"
American Journalist
Matt Lauer
   said   
"Researchers Have Discovered That Chocolate Produces Some of the Same Reactions in the Brain As Marijuana. The Researchers Also Discovered Other Similarities Between the Two but Can't Remember What They Are."
Oriana Fallaci
   said   
"Europe is No Longer Europe, It is Eurabia, a Colony of Islam, Where the Islamic Invasion Does Not Proceed Only in a Physical Sense, but Also in a Mental and Cultural Sense"
Italian journalist, interviewer and author
Oriana Fallaci
   said   
"How Do You Dare to Ask Me for a Solution? It's Like Asking Seneca for a Solution. You Remember What He Did? He Committed Suicide!"
Italian journalist, interviewer and author
Oriana Fallaci
   said   
"The Moment You Give up Your Principles, and Your Values, You Are Dead, Your Culture is Dead, Your Civilisation is Dead. Period"
Italian journalist, interviewer and author
Oriana Fallaci
   said   
"You Cannot Survive if You Do Not Know the Past"
Italian journalist, interviewer and author
Peter De Vries
   said   
"The Difficulty With Marriage is That We Fall in Love With a Personality, but Must Live With a Character"
American editor and novelist
P. J. O'Rourke
   said   
"There is Only One Basic Human Right, the Right to Do As You Damn Well Please. And With It Comes the Only Basic Human Duty, the Duty to Take the Consequences"
US humorist, journalist, & political commentator
Robert Benchley
   said   
"It Took Me Fifteen Years to Discover I Had No Talent for Writing, but I Couldn't Give It Up, Because by That Time I Was Too Famous"
American humorist best known for his work as a newspaper columnist and film actor
Sam Levenson
   said   
"It's So Simple to Be Wise. Just Think of Something Stupid to Say and then Don't Say It"
American humorist, writer, television host and journalist
Walter Bagehot
   said   
"The Greatest Pleasure in Life is Doing What People Say You Cannot Do"
Businessman, essayist & journalist


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