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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for February 15, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for February 15, 2015

In the beginning was the word. In the end let’s not have baloney.   “Piffle” from the book Holes in a Stained Glass Window (1978) ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for February 8, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for February 8, 2015

Slaughter on a grand scale is always appalling, but World War II was the most abominable blood purge of them all.   “Fifty Years After 14 August” broadcast August 1995 on NPR ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for February 1, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for February 1, 2015

They’re dead as clay for the rights of men, For people the likes of you, And they ask that we do not fail them again Tomorrow, tomorrow.   “14 August” as published in the book “Un ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 25, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 25, 2015

Canned laughter is a form of self-praise. It has the advantage over external praise of being able to be laid on thickly and in the right places.   “Can the Laughter” from the ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 18, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 18, 2015

But Honorable Judges, the office of pimp is performed by purveyors of distinction, since their labors gratify not merely one, but three parties; to wit, the seeker of recreation; ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 11, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 11, 2015

A citizen of the world, when he becomes one, (and there are no formalities about it—it happens gradually, like growing up) lets himself in for a fairly sobering experience. He fin ...

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NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 4, 2015

NORMAN CORWIN QUOTE OF THE WEEK for January 4, 2015

Brothers, we are brothers all Except for one or two: The nigger and the indian and then of course the jew For every one the Open Door O, welcome all alike! Except the chink and se ...

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