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|A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing and missionaries. — Will |
Rogers "Slow, huh?" "He ain't Count Fleet" "But you say he's sound?" "Sure.
Doesn't run fast enough to hurt himself." — Dave Feldman, Woulda, Coulda,
|A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing and missionaries. —WILL |
ROGERS,THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OFWILL ROGERS The model that perhaps
most resembles thatof thestock market isthehumble racetrack. At the races,
|Altman's trademark efforts and probably influenced national opinion that brought |
the war to a close. The Elephant Man (1980). ... the sign of a bad memory. —
Anonymous A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing and missionaries.
|Rogers, Will Broad-minded is just another way of saying a fellow is too lazy to |
form an opinion. - Rogers, Will A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing
and missionaries. - Rogers, Will Pain is such an uncomfortable feeling that even
|A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing and missionaries. —Will |
Rogers Prejudice saves a lot of time, because you can form an opinion without
the facts. — Anonymous In January 2002, we wrote to more than 1,500 college
|Some think it is, some think it ain't. A difference of opinion is what makes horse |
racing and missionaries. Now you take things like nursing service in the Kentucky
mountains, and dozens of other fine things done for the poor in the South, and in
|You just see there is two sides to everything, and I want to thank goodness that I |
have never said that the Missionary was wrong. I have only claimed in lots of ...
think it is, some think it ain't. A difference of opinion is what makes horse racing ...
|Early in the history of the State government, the objections made to the act of |
1860 were taken before the Council of ... upon the same foundation as a
multitude of other statutes — such as those against gambling, lotteries, horse-
|They fo to hear the " learned " preacher, and to see the new-fashioned plow, and |
the eep furrows which it makes ; and then they ... The rage for horse-racing has
for some weeks prevailed to an unparalleled degree. ... At other times, when
sufficiently advanced to express their views, unbelieving or skeptical opinions are
drawn out with regard to the reality of religion. moral effects of frequent Removals
|I grant you — for I have, in former years, visited the race-ground — I grant you |
that, externally, there is much that is ... from the tension of every muscle, from the
veins almost ready to burst, from the tremendous effort made, and the utter ...
Horse-racing, George, say what you please, is cruel, most cruel; and on this
ground I object to it. ... This immense sum, in my opinion, is foolishly and