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Today’s Q.U.O.T.E. – 20220308
“Pity the country that breeds no hero.”
“No, pity the country that needs heroes.”
— Bertolt Brecht —
“By announcing good news, we make ourselves friendly. By announcing bad ones, we make ourselves important: choose.” — Henry de Montherlant
“The fabric of democracy is always fragile everywhere because it depends on the will of citizens to protect it, and when they become scared, when it becomes dangerous for them to defend it, it can go very quickly.” — Margaret Atwood
“People who want to share their religious views with you almost never want you to share yours with them.” — Dave Barry
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What’s the difference between STATUS QUOtes and Q.U.O.T.E. (Quotes Up On The Edge)
If you happen to follow STATUS QUOtes on a regular basis, you might have noticed that controversial topics are largely avoided.
As a quotation enthusiast, I felt there was a need for a space with quotes that would resonate with readers and which, by the nature of the quote or the person quoted, might cut a bit closer to the bone than those on the STATUS QUOte pages.
That’s where Q.U.O.T.E. – Quotes Up On The Edge comes in. These pages, unlike STATUS QUOtes, will not be published on a daily or regular basis. When there has been an ample number of witticisms, timely remarks, irreverent humor, etc. to gather an interesting compilation, they will appear on JBRish.com
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