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|—UNKNOWN The bitterest tears shed over graves are the words left unsaid and |
deeds left undone. —DUGUET Your chances ... —PAUL HARVEY If you don't get
a kick out of the job you're doing, you'd better hunt for another one. —SAMUEL ...
|If you are in a job you hate, face the fact squarely and get out. Michael Korda If |
you don't get a kick out of the job you're doing, you'd better hunt for another one.
Samuel Vauclain It is what we do easily and what we like to do that we do well.
|How the Bible Shapes the Things You Say Wayne Harvey. Graven image ... you |
put it into practice. Great men are not always wise. If you don't get a kick out of the
job you're doing you'd better hunt for another one. (“The Greatest of these is . . .
|If you've enjoyed a little and endured a lot, you've really done pretty well. - |
Unknown, Source If you don't get a kick out of the job you're doing you'd better
hunt for another one. - Vauclain, Samuel Winners take time to relish their work,
|If the other one don't pay up his subscription before long we will either have to |
suspend publication or go towork. ' t l, ' BE ... If you're tired go get fired—hunt a
job you think will suit you. BE A GETTER—times are better for the man that packs
a smile; take your licking or quit kicking—dig right in and make your pile. ... While
they are doing this some old-timer whose entire wardrobe never did consist of
more than a threepiece .... I thought that you'd been petered out for lo! this many a
|No one will. It's mine.' 'Well I don't know a thing about that now, but if it's yours you|
'd better soon start minding it. And where now are you going.' 'I don't know ... The
gurriers there would carve you up with knives and have you raw for breakfast. ...
With the grass growing, the beasts grazing and calves popping out of cows all
over the place. ... And here you don't know where you're going or what you're
doing. ... With kicks as well in the shins from them old ewes when I'd shove it up
|She tore open the end and very slowly drew out the letter, a fat one. ... |
Straightening the sheets, she read: Dear Elsa, If this letter doesn't reach you I don
't know what I'll do. ... I've been hunting all over Seattle, had a detective on the job
and everything, and finally I found out you'd worked in that store, ... what I was
doing. I wrote a letter a month ago, with a check in it. Did you get it? Oh, damn it,
Elsa, I don't know what to say. ... I'm looking out for a half section in a good place,
|1 1987 739496 New York Media, LLC ca-print-mag-new_york_media_llc |
GGKEY87HNHQE5RUZ ISSN 00287369 ISSN 00287369 ... know that sometime
in the not- too-distant future, you're sure to hear those dreaded words: "I'm bored."
answer or ... Every year, to find out if there are future writers among his young
customers, owner Joel Fram sponsors Eeyore's Writing Contest. .... The jobs
listed at the Mayor's Voluntary Action Center don't pay, but they do offer on-the-
|said the other, sulkily. “You're a very good trainer, Jim, but you'd be better with |
less jaw.” “I should think it was time to jaw,” the elderly man answered. “If this
knee don't get well before Wednesday, they'll have it that you fought a cross, and
a pretty job you'll have next time ... How the deuce was I to get out of it when the
cove wanted the very clothes off my back? ... I kick you on the knee. ... But if you
will give me a sword, and take another one, I will show you how we fight over the
|It is also the tale of a long weekend road trip that has gone down in the annals of American pop culture as one of the strangest journeys ever undertaken.|