Q.U.O.T.E. [Quotes Up On The Edge] – 20201012

 


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Today’s Q.U.O.T.E. – 20201012

 

“Hope for the Best. Expect the worst. Life is a play. We’re unrehearsed.” — Mel Brooks

“We should be proud of our country when we have done something to be proud of, when we have lived up to our own standards. But the flip side of genuine pride is being able to recognize when we have fallen short, and to hold ourselves to account.” — Anne-Marie Slaughter

“The life of man is of no greater importance to the universe than that of an oyster.” — David Hume

“Whoever drinks beer, he is quick to sleep; whoever sleeps long, does not sin; whoever does not sin, enters Heaven! Thus, let us drink beer!” — Martin Luther

 

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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 These pages, unlike STATUS QUOtes, will not be published on a daily or regular basis.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

If this is your “cup of tea,” check back often! Please do not comment about the topics and/or opinions; they are not necessarily those of JBRish. If you have something to say that would enlighten viewers regarding the meaning of the quotation or quip, then please feel free to chime in.


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STATUS QUOtes — 20200727

“Platitudes? Yes, there are platitudes.
Platitudes are there because they are true.”

— Margaret Thatcher —

 

Today’s STATUS QUOtes

 
“When you go up to the bell, ring it or don’t go up to the bell.” — Mel Brooks

“Prestige is like a powerful magnet that warps even your beliefs about what you enjoy. It causes you to work not on what you like, but what you’d like to like.” — Paul Graham

“Everything that happens to you is your teacher. The secret is to learn to sit at the feet of your own life and be taught by it.” — Polly Berrien Berends

“My mother’s menu consisted of two choices: Take it or leave it.” — Buddy Hackett

 
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STATUS QUOtes — 20160424

“Experience is what you got when you didn’t get what you wanted.” — Howard Marks

“Compassion is an action word with no boundaries.” — Prince

“I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life – and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I wanted to do.” — Georgia O’Keeffe

“The final test of fame is to have a crazy person imagine he is you.” — Mel Brooks

 

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STATUS QUOtes — 20150715

“When you have bacon in your mouth, it doesn’t matter who’s president.” — Louis CK

“The effect you have on others is the most valuable currency there is.” — Jim Carrey

“Wanting to be someone you’re not is a waste of the person you are.” — Kurt Cobain

“Bad taste is often simply saying the truth before it should be said.” — Mel Brooks

 

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