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|The more you read and observe about this politics thing, the more you've got to |
admit that each party's worse than the other. The one that's out ... Rogers, Will
The trouble with practical jokes is that very often they get elected. - Rogers, Will
|—JOSH BILLINGS The trouble with practical jokes is that very often they get |
elected. —WILL ROGERS BABIES AND CHILDREN A baby will make love
stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bankroll smaller, home happier, clothes
shabbier, the ...
|Rogers, Will Politics has become so expensive that it takes a lot of money even to |
be defeated. - Rogers, Will Politics is not ... Rogers, Will The trouble with practical
jokes is that very often they get elected. - Rogers, Will This country has gotten ...
|“The trouble with practical jokes is quite often they get elected.” Will Rogers NowI |
like practical jokes as much as the next guy. Hell, I played a practical joke or two
of my own back in the day, like when I was fifteen years old, for example. Two of ...
|She was so overwhelmed by the experience, evidently, that she burst into tears. |
... “The trouble with practical jokes is that they often get elected,” or so said Will
Rogers, leading me to conclude that I should never underestimate the intel- ...
|“Be thankful you're not getting the government you're paying for,” he quipped . . . “|
People are taking the comedians seriously and the politicians as a joke.” . . . “The
problem with practical jokes is that they often get elected.” He made only one ...
Eviatar Zerubavel - 1999 - 111 pages
|For anyone who has blanched at the uphill prospect of finishing a thesis, dissertation, or book, this piece holds out something more practical than hope: a plan.|
1859 - 206 pages
|Some of the “shrewd heads” prophesied that the young gentleman, when he |
least expected it, would get himself into a ... to add that the victim of so severe yet
merited a lesson avoided thereafter the folly of committing practical jokes. ._. ...
and his “rise” in the world was often quoted as indicating the reward that always
attends “ patient industry and true genius. ... his constituency that they declared “
that a man who could get up and talk that way 01)“ hand should be elected ;” and
the old ...
Henry Mills Alden - 1854
|As might be presumed, he was refractory under the charge of his keepers, and |
they took pleasure in adding to his misery. ... There is a great propensity
sometimes, among very clever persons, to make their acquaintances the victims
of practical jokes. ... amusing himself with victims to this false wit, and although
frequently getting himself in difficulty, yet he presevcred. ... constituency that they
declared " that a man who could get up and talk that way off hand should be
elected ;" and the ...
|The men brought their own leaders too, for they often elected as captains and |
colonels popular local politicians from back home. Some proved utterly ...
Soldiers gambled, read, sang, listened to preachers, devised elaborate practical
jokes. They came to know other men from very different backgrounds.
Northerners who had ...