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"Whether you're checked in or checked out, you're always on a spiritual journey." - Alanis Morissette

"Whether you're checked in or checked out, you're always on a spiritual journey." - Alanis Morissette

"I want to encourage everyone to be proactive with their health and get checked out." - Giuliana Rancic

"Finn did what he always did when confronted by an angry woman-he checked out her boobs." - Jennifer Estep

"When I was in Vegas women were throwing their hotel keys at me. But it was after they checked out." - George Burns

"In my mind, I've always checked out in 2037; that's always been my expiration date. I'll be 75." - Douglas Coupland

"She liked to sit on the front porch in the afternoons and read books she'd checked out from the library. Aside from coffee, reading was her only indulgence." - Nicholas Sparks

"I've never given anybody steroids before. I've been checked out three times already, and I'm clean. I've been clean all my life." - Miguel Tejada

"I got Twitter like two months ago, checked it out a bit more, and I concluded the only thing Twitter I'm interested in following is Nick Stoller." - Evan Goldberg

"I know when I walk into that classroom in the morning, even if it's for a split second, at some point I'm being checked out." - Kate Winslet

"I'm a great believer in getting checked out because if you know you're OK, you actually feel better; your mind plays a big part of it." - Simon Cowell

"If there is a God, he is not doing a good job of protecting the earth. He's kind of checked out." - Ted Turner

"Anybody who is thinking of applying for the Scotland job in the next eight or nine years should go get themselves checked out by about 15 psychiatrists." - Martin O'Neill

"Enlightenment is x-rated, honey; if you haven't checked it out. It's hot, it's vivacious. You're going to take your mind and merge it with the entire cosmos." - Frederick Lenz

"I get a bit nervous because I just want the show to go well. I think you always have to be a little bit nervous, or else you're a little checked-out, and that's maybe the time when you're not doing your best stuff, because you're kind of just checked-out and falling back on stuff." - Amy Poehler

"I think my heart always goes out to men at the peak of their celebrity who checked out. There's such an odd, horrible trend in my lifetime for it - Kurt Cobain, David Foster Wallace, Alexander McQueen, Heath Ledger." - Chuck Palahniuk

"It's too hard a life for me. I could only do it - check out in that sense - if I checked out somewhere that was luxurious and within hailing distance of civilization." - Derek Jacobi

"In response to how he checked the weather, "I just whip out my blue card with a hole in it and read what it says: 'When color of card matches color of sky, FLY!'"" - Gordon Baxter

"I flew this past weekend. I went through airport security and said to the guy, 'Is everything okay?' He said, 'You might want to have that mole on your ass checked out.' That seems a little personal to me." - Jay Leno

"If I am in Moscow for example and one night I decide to go out to my friend's house why should I come back at eight o'clock in the morning to my house to be checked?" - Svetlana Kuznetsova

"Don't sit around playing Mr. Tough Guy. Don't say 'It's going to go away.' It's just important, just go get checked out. It's not like you're going to lose your manhood." - Peter Criss

"Good. If you checked your e-mail every five minutes, or keep texting and Tweeting in the middle of our conversation, I might snap your neck out of sheer principle." - Jeaniene Frost

"There are days when I think: what if I just checked out? What if I grew a beard and went off to live somewhere remote? I have often wondered about the freedom that would bring." - David Schwimmer

"One time I stayed at a haunted motel. When I checked into my room, there was a sheet on the floor, and I thought it was a ghost that had passed out, so I kicked it." - Mitch Hedberg

"Between the disillusionment that people feel about politics-as-usual, assaults on the right to vote, and the constant feelings of pressure that Americans suffer in our overworked, overstressed economy, too many people have checked out of the political process." - Annie Leonard

"God bless Interlibrary Loan. I pay a lot of library fines. In the case of 'A Single Shard,' I was using books that hadn't been checked out in 30 years, so I didn't feel too bad." - Linda Sue Park

"As a woman, you need to take control of your health. There's no harm in going in and getting checked out. Eventually, you have to ask yourself: 'Do I want to live at 100% or 80%?'" - Summer Sanders

"Last I checked, the album was 82 out of the top 200 on the Billboard charts thanks to you all. I pray that keeps moving up and with your help it will." - Latoya London

"I haven't checked this out yet, but one of our guys told me we have a counselor within 45 minutes to an hour of most small businesses in this country. That's really powerful. I call it our bone structure." - Karen Mills

"I was so naive about writing, I went to the public library and checked out the only volume they had on the topic - an academic treatise about publishing from the WWII era." - Bruce Feiler

"I checked out all types of tobacco trying to find one that would be easiest to live with, I ended up using pipe tobacco. It burned slower, and it wasn't as harsh on my throat... It also smelled better." - David Strathairn

"One time Robert Plant was set to check into the same room after I checked out, so I removed every light bulb and ordered up a bunch of stinky cheese and put it under the mattress." - Richard Marx

"I will be checked and double-checked and please pull for me." - Dutch Schultz

"It was possible, maybe, to have facts in your mind that weren't facts at all. You could build a whole life's story on false assumptions. You could make truths out of untruths and untruths out of truths. Until you spoke them, really said them out loud or checked for sure, you may not have known which were which." - Deb Caletti

"Last time I checked, there is no 'Hall of Average.'" - Chip Kelly

"Generous deeds should not be checked by cold council." - Faramir

"Be checked for silence, But never taxed for speech." - William Shakespeare

"Anyone who thinks they're sexy needs their head checked." - Jarvis Cocker

"You're not a homicidal, I checked that on your record before I came out after you. That is why I know you will join the Corps and get a great deal of pleasure out of going after the other kind of criminal who is sick, not just socially protesting. The man who can kill and enjoy it." - Harry Harrison

"I've begun to look at the world through apocalypse eyes. Our society, which seems so sturdily built out of concrete and custom, is just a temporary resting place, a hotel our civilization checked into a couple hundred years ago and must one day check out of." - Neil Strauss

"But being overborne with numbers, and nobody daring to face about, stretching out his hands to heaven, [Romulus] prayed to Jupiter to stop the army, and not to neglect but maintain the Roman cause, now in extreme danger. The prayer was no sooner made, than shame and respect for their king checked many; the fears of the fugitives changed suddenly into confidence." - Plutarch

"Did you get checked out?" "Yeah, by a hot blond who sat in the corner of the bar and made googly eyes at me." "I meant by a doctor." "No, but a balding yet bizarrely hot paramedic said I'd be fine." "Oh, and he's an expert?" "At flirting." - Darynda Jones

"How did you even know I wasn't in my room?" "I checked on you." Finn gave me a look like I was an idiot. "I check on you every morning." "You check on me when I'm sleeping?" I gaped at him. "Every morning?" He nodded. "I didn't know that." "Why would you know that? You're sleeping," Finn pointed out." - Amanda Hocking

"Cat, you asked me before to find out if those dream -suppression pills had any side effects. I've checked with Pathology, and they said you might experience depression, mood swings, irritability, paranoia, and chronic fatigue. Have you noticed any of that?" - Jeaniene Frost

"Spooky things happen in houses densely occupied by adolescent boys. When I checked out a four-inch dent in the living room ceilingone afternoon, even the kid still holding the baseball bat looked genuinely baffled about how he possibly could have done it." - Mary Blakely

"When someone tell me they illegally downloaded one of my audiobooks I think, Thanks a lot, Pal. When someone tells me they checked my book out of the library, I'm delighted. I've always been a big library user, and feel a kinship with others who do the same thing." - David Sedaris

"But you hardley even know him"she said."He could be a serial killer" "I did have that thought.I checked the apartment out,but if his got an ice cooler full of arms in it,I havent seen it yet.Anyway he seems pretty since." - Cassandra Clare

"Laney held up a hand. "I checked it out. He went there on scholarship and paid the rest with student loans. And he's good looking, too. Nate and I met him for dinner last night, and I subtly learned that he's looking to meet someone" "How did you learn that?" "I asked him if he was looking to meet someone" "that is subtle" - Julie James

"We have to get the Diamond. And Cesare's head." They looked at me. "Why the head?" Doolittle asked. "Because it's easy to carry and I can torture it for a long time." And I didn't just say it out loud, did I? I checked their faces. Yep, I did." - Ilona Andrews

"Did you get checked out?" "Yeah, by a hot blond who sat in the corner of the bar and made googly eyes at me." "I meant by a doctor." "No, but a balding yet bizarrely hot paramedic said I"d be fine." "Oh, and he's an expert?" "At flirting." - Darynda Jones

"Cat, you asked me before to find out if those dream -suppression pills had any side effects. I"ve checked with Pathology, and they said you might experience depression, mood swings, irritability, paranoia, and chronic fatigue. Have you noticed any of that?" - Jeaniene Frost

"I walked down my snow covered street. Out of habit I turned and checked for my footsteps. When I arrived at my building I looked for my name on the buzzers. And because I know that sometimes I see things that aren't there, after dinner I called Information to ask if I was listed.(25)" - Nicole Krauss

"Anybody have any money?" Frank checked his pockets. "Three denarii from Camp Jupiter. Five dollars Canadian." Hedge patted his gym shorts and pulled out what he found. "Three quarters, two dimes, a rubber band and-score! A piece of celery." He started munching on the celery, eyeing the change and the rubber band like they might be next." - Rick Riordan

"We have to get the Diamond. And Cesare's head." They looked at me. "Why the head?" Doolittle asked. "Because it's easy to carry and I can torture it for a long time." And I did' just say it out loud, did I? I checked their faces. Yep, I did." - Ilona Andrews

"I checked myself out in that funeral parlour scene. I saw myself laughing, because there was a shot of Ed and I together and Mary was right in back of us. My head turned from the camera and I saw myself laughing, because Mary was absolutely brilliant in that thing." - Gavin Macleod

"You buy a house and you get it checked out and you feel like you've kind of made your mark here in some way. And then an act of God just comes up the coast and has the potential to just completely wipe it clean. Weather like that is certainly humbling." - James Van Der Beek

"I thought it must be pure science fiction. But when I checked it out I found a lot of magazine articles that actually supported the theory behind the book which was incredible. That's when I decided to acquire the rights of the book and everything went from there." - Roland Emmerich

"I was that weird kid that checked out all of the non-fiction paranormal studies books from the library. I've always been fascinated by the supernatural, particularly movies and TV shows that manage to blend humor with the horror - 'Supernatural', 'Buffy', 'Angel.'" - Molly Harper

"When I won my way to the international science fair, I didn't want to embarrass myself. It was the first time I was going to be away from home, the first time taking an airplane. I went to the local library, checked out every single etiquette book, and I read those books like I was uncovering some sort of treasure." - Charles M Blow

"I grew up in a household without a TV. We lived next door to a library for a while, and at one point, I checked out all the books in the fairy tale section. I remember the librarian's quiet smile as I'd bring back one stack and exchange it for another." - Victoria Hanley

"I checked to see if there'd been a really good book published in the last few decades. Then I started with what Cleopatra would have read, asking myself, 'What can we know about her education?' It turns out to be a very great deal, and bizarrely, no one had written about that before." - Stacy Schiff

"When I was writing about the Republican primaries, it was as though the Bible was a black box that people reached into to pull out edicts and prejudices and rules and opinions, and I wish they had fact-checked it! Especially Rick Santorum." - Walter Kirn

"To see what books were available for my older students, I made many trips to the library. If a book looked interesting, I checked it out. I once went home with 30 books! It was then that I realized that kids' novels had the shape of real books, and I began to get ideas for young adult novels and juvenile books." - Cynthia Voigt

"Math just wasn't my favorite. I didn't get how important math is and how it relates to real life. That's why I think I was turned off to it. Once I got down arithmetic and a little bit of algebra, I think I checked out. As I've gotten older, I think there's a lot more relation to math. English was my favorite subject." - Adam Rodriguez

"I was ill. I was told I was stressed, so I had to get everything checked out. I didn't think I was, but someone told me I was. As a result, I went to get a blood test. I'd never had one before, so I held my breath when I was getting it done. That caused me to go into a fit." - Liam Payne

"Dear 2600: ...So, in the interest of information gathering and because I am a subscriber, are you going to be checking me out? This would be unnecessary since we checked you out before you subscribed. That's why we made sure you heard about us and followed the plan by subscribing. Writing this letter, however, was not part of the plan and we will be taking corrective action." - Eric Corley

"The PATRIOT Act allows Federal agents to look at public and university library patron circulation records, books checked out, magazines consulted, all subject to government scrutiny. There used to be a time in this country when we were worried whether our young people knew how to read. Now some in our government are more worried that government agents be able to find out what people are reading." - Dennis Kucinich

"But I must add that the U.S. government must not, as by this order, undertake to run the churches. When an individual, in a church or out of it, becomes dangerous to the public interest, he must be checked; but let the churches, as such take care of themselves. It will not do for the U.S. to appoint Trustees, Supervisors, or other agents for the churches." - Abraham Lincoln

"I let her through. She checked Derek's pulse and his breathing, saying both seemed okay, then leaned down to his face. "Nothing weird on his breath. Smells . . . like toothpaste." Derek's eyes opened, and the first thing he saw was Tori's face inches from his. He jumped and let out an oath. Simon cracked up. I madly motioned for him to be quiet. "Are you okay?" I asked Derek. "He is now," Simon said. "After Tori jump-started his heart." - Kelley Armstrong

"Vishous screamed. The only thing that was louder was the pop as the hip was relocated, as it were. And the last thing he saw before he checked out of the Conscious Inn & Suites was Jane's head whipping around in a panic. In her eyes was stark terror, as if the single worst thing that she could imagine was him in agony... And that was when he knew that he still loved her." - J.R. Ward

"It was clear: I was sick. I never used to dream. They say in the old days it was the most normal thing in the world to have dreams. Which makes sense: Their whole life was some kind of horrible merry-go-round of green, orange, Buddha, juice. But today we know that dreams point to a serious mental illness. And I know that up to now my brain has checked out chronometrically perfect, a mechanism without a speck of dust." - Yevgeny Zamyatin

"We never had a pool, right. So one summer, I remember. My dad, to make me happy. You know I was bummed out cause we didn't have the pool. So one summer he bought us this thing. It was yellow, you laid it on the lawn, sprayed it with the water, run across. Slip n' Slide. Yeah. Would have been fun if dad checked for rocks before he laid it down! Slip n' Bleed from the anus they should have called this ride." - Dane Cook

"Once people couldn't trust the college game, some checked out the pro game, but that was in big trouble, too. We had no clock and a lot of faults. People looked at the slow pace and at big guys like George Mikan and said pro basketball was just for overgrown pituitary cases. Baseball and football were numbers one and two and pro basketball wasn't even in the same universe." - Dolph Schayes

"I started going blind and my optic nerves of my eye started giving me tunnel vision. I also started fainting a bit and struggling to think. I felt a lot of pressure in my head all the time. That was when it got too much. I'm in a very, very fortunate position now where I've had it taken out once. And now it's back I'm being monitored. I think people at home should be checked for this." - John Newman

"Well, right now... I'm not dead. But when I am, it's like... I don't know, I guess it's like being inside a book that nobody's reading.... An old one. It's up on a library shelf, so you're safe and everything, but the book hasn't been checked out for a long, long time. All you can do is wait. Just hope somebody'll pick it up and start reading." - Tim O'Brien

"Well, right now I'm not dead. But when I am, it's like...I don't know, I guess it's like being inside a book that nobody's reading. [...] An old one. It's up on a library shelf, so you're safe and everything, but the book hasn't been checked out for a long, long time. All you can do is wait. Just hope somebody'll pick it up and start reading." - Tim O'Brien

"Last time I checked, lifting theory has a PR of zero." - Steve Shaw

"If I were a flowerpot, I would've checked my hair. ~Carter Kane" - Rick Riordan

"Holmstrom has broken an Olympic record by being cross checked 46 times in one game!" - Harry Neale

"Last time I checked, there were no Americans at all in Renaissance art." - Camille Paglia

"You're not a princess. And, the last time I checked, neither Delusion nor Entitlement were kingdoms." - Alan Robert Neal

"Last time I checked I was able to throw the ball a little bit." - Robert Griffin Iii

"I should have checked the price tag before I gave them my last name." - George Strait

"Luck? Good luck? GM, the last time I checked, luck is for losers." - CM Punk

"Never blame others for tracking in mud, until you have checked your own feet." - Wes Fesler

"We can speculate. Last time I checked, the future doesn't take my advice." - Junot Diaz

"Everybody has a colon. Everyone over 50 needs to get their colon checked." - Julie Gerberding

"I prefer a bike to a horse. The brakes are more easily checked." - Lambert Jeffries

"The superior power of population cannot be checked without producing misery or vice." - Thomas Malthus

"I hate patriotism... I can't stand it. It's a round world last time I checked." - Bill Hicks

"One day you're the leader of Iraq, the next day you're being checked for fleas on FOX News." - David Letterman

"They say that there can never be two snowflakes that are exactly alike, but has anyone checked lately?" - Terry Pratchett

"Had doting Priam checked his son's desire, Troy had been bright with fame, and not with fire." - William Shakespeare

"Evil is the chronic malady of the universe, and checked in one place, breaks forth in another." - Herman Melville

"No propagation or multiplication is more rapid that that of evil, unless it be checked; no growth more certain." - Charles Caleb Colton

"Choose a checked or striped wall paper. People will be halfway home before they are able to focus." - Phyllis Diller

"Human progress had so often been checked by those who were afraid of losing what they had." - Marya Mannes

"Have Tottenham closed the gap on Arsenal? Last time I checked they were still 4 miles and 11 titles away" - Arsene Wenger

"You know you've checked into Heartbreak Hotel for real when you feel less desirable than uncooked fish." - Plum Sykes

"Sir! she checked him. I think you are talking treason. I hope I am not obscure, said he." - Rafael Sabatini

"I'm just the same but brand new And anything you wrote I checked for codes and clues." - St Vincent

"Science is something that you have facts. They can be tested. They can be checked. Heterosexual AIDS, another one." - Ann Coulter

"It's a sensible rule that says before you get a mortgage it should be checked whether you can afford it." - Martin Lewis

"The first inkling my husband had that I was thinking about suicide was when he checked my blog." - Ayelet Waldman

"I just think Rosa Parks was overrated. Last time I checked, she got famous for breaking the law." - Stephen Colbert

"I have to be cautious, have my thyroid levels checked, and as long as I do that, I'm fine." - Gail Devers

"I'm a musician first, a food-lover second, a dirty mouth with feet, and a girl last time I checked." - Tori Amos

"True love comes quietly, without banners or flashing lights. If you hear bells, get your ears checked." - Erich Segal

"I have seven scars from having moles removed. One was a melanoma, six were precancerous. Get your moles checked!" - Jennifer Morrison

"Are people drawn to each other because of the stories they carry inside? At the library I couldn't help but notice which patrons checked out the same books. They appeared to have nothing in common, but who could tell what a person was truly made of? The unknown, the riddle, the deepest truth. I noticed them all: the ones who'd lost their way, the ones who'd lived their lives in ashes, the ones who had to prove themselves, the ones who, like me, had lost the ability to feel." - Alice Hoffman

"Are people drawn to each other because of the stories they carry inside? At the library I couldn't help but notice which patrons checked out the same books. They appeared to have nothing in common, but who could tell what a person was truly made of? The unknown, the riddle, the deepest truth. I noticed them all: the ones who'd lost their way, the ones who'd lived their lives in ashes, the ones who had to prove themselves, the ones who, like me, had lost the ability to feel." - Alice Hoffman

"Are people drawn to each other because of the stories they carry inside? At the library I could' help but notice which patrons checked out the same books. They appeared to have nothing in common, but who could tell what a person was truly made of? The unknown, the riddle, the deepest truth. I noticed them all: the ones who"d lost their way, the ones who"d lived their lives in ashes, the ones who had to prove themselves, the ones who, like me, had lost the ability to feel." - Alice Hoffman

"And now, sis. Transportation for the Hunters, you say? Good timing. I was just about ready to roll." These demigods will also need a ride," Artemis said, pointing to us. "Some of Chiron's campers." No problem!" Apollo checked us out. "Let's see... Thalia, right? I've heard all about you.". Thalia blushed. "Hi, Lord Apollo." Zues's girl. yes? Makes you my half sister. Used to be a tree didn't you? Glad your back. I hate it when pretty girls get turned into trees. Man, I remeber one time-" - Rick Riordan

"While on the subject of burning books, I want to congratulate librarians, not famous for their physical strength, who, all over this country, have staunchly resisted anti-democratic bullies who have tried to remove certain books from their shelves, and destroyed records rather than have to reveal to thought police the names of persons who have checked out those titles. So the America I loved still exists, if not in the White House, the Supreme Court, the Senate, the House of Representatives, or the media. The America I loved still exists at the front desks of our public libraries." - Kurt Vonnegut

"She dug in her backpack, found her cell phone, and checked for coverage. It was kind of lame in Morganville, truthfully, out in the middle of the prarie, in the middle of Texas, which was about as middle of nowhere as it was possible to get unless you wanted to go to Mongolia or something.... Claire started dialing numbers. The first person told her that they'd already found somebody.... The second one sounded like a weird old guy. The third one was a weird old lady. The fourth one... well, the fourth one was just plain weird." - Rachel Caine

"The Gospels were written in such temporal and geographical proximity to the events they record that it would have been almost impossible to fabricate events. Anyone who cared to could have checked out the accuracy of what they reported. The fact that the disciples were able to proclaim the resurrection in Jerusalem in the face of their enemies a few weeks after the crucifixion shows that what they proclaimed was true, for they could never have proclaimed the resurrection under such circumstances had it not occurred." - William Lane Craig

"I was taking a lot of eyedrops three times a day and I realized I should have it checked out, that's when I was told I had a type of Chronic Dry Eye. Restasis has really worked for me and made my life easier. They're also partnering with Guide Dogs for the Blind, it's a beautiful thing where they're donating a dollar for every quiz taken on Restasis.com. It provides the blind and visually impaired with dogs, and it doesn't have government funding so what Allergan is doing really makes a difference. I'm so happy to be supporting that very inspiring organization." - Marisa Tomei

"But this we know, the obstacle that checked And tripped the body, shot the spirit on Further than target ever showed or shone." - Robert Frost

"So excited for the Apple Watch. For centuries, we've checked the time by looking at our phones. Having it on your wrist? Genius." - Ellen Degeneres

"Who, last time I'd checked, was still on our official archenemy list. (Yes, we have to keep a list. It's kind of sad.)" - James Patterson

"I checked my gear, my pockets, my shoelaces, and realized that I had crossed the line between making sure I was ready and trying to postpone the inevitable." - Jim Butcher

"Is he dead?" he inquired. "He looks dead." "No," snapped Maryse. "He's not dead." "Have you checked? I could kick him if you want." - Cassandra Clare

"No one checked to see if I had a place to live or food to eat, and at 14, I found myself basically on my own." - Diane Guerrero

"It is inherent in any definition of science that statements that cannot be checked by observation are not really saying anything or at least they are not science." - George Gaylord Simpson

"We are trying to send our message to let the world know what is happening and what will happen to the Maldives if climate change isn't checked." - Mohamed Nasheed

"The last I checked, 'Titanic' worldwide has grossed $1.3 billion. Imagine how much more it would have grossed if I had gotten the sky correct," - James Cameron

"I put on your sequined ball gown and I checked the mirror there. Why, I looked like Cindy Crawford, but with much more body hair." - Jerry Reed

"A desire that has never been fulfilled is considerably less acute than one that has been fulfilled and then checked at the source." - Phyllis Bottome

"The last time I checked, the Constitution said, 'of the people, by the people and for the people.' That's what the Declaration of Independence says." - William J Clinton

"The soldier had stamped my passport FAMILY in heavy black capital letters and I checked it now for reassurance and because I liked how fierce the word looked" - Meg Rosoff

"I never understood whether the word 'amnesty' is correct or not. Maybe I am not very intelligent but I checked the dictionary to find the meaning." - Kapil Dev

"It is a great vehicle for storytelling, especially for a certain kind of exhaustively reported, painstakingly fact-checked, and beautifully produced narrative." - Clara Jeffery

"My bucket list is pretty much checked off. But oh, we should play in space! Let's do that. We'll play in space, up on a satellite somewhere." - Patrick Stump

"Arms observe no bounds; nor can the wrath of the sword, once drawn, be easily checked or stayed; war delights in blood." - Lucius Annaeus Seneca

"The last time I checked, the Constitution said, 'of the people, by the people and for the people.' That's what the Declaration of Independence says." - Bill Clinton

"He checked, of course. Being sure and being willing to risk that surety against his future were not the same thing." - Laura Anne Gilman

"I was assured by every son of a bitch I checked with - all the military experts and the CIA - that the plan would succeed." - John F Kennedy

"The impression left after watching the motions of birds is that of extreme mobility - a life of perpetual impulse checked only by fear." - Richard Jefferies

"As a dancer I've always checked my body constantly; 'Am I having a good day or am I having a fat day?'" - Bonnie Langford

"What happened in Queensland is that people are facing high unemployment relative to other states - 5.7 per cent when I last checked." - Campbell Newman

"I didn't want to wear a checked shirt and grow a mustache - that's what you had to do, and everyone did." - Neil Tennant

"When I was a kid, 'black comic' meant you checked your intellectualism at the door. It meant you had to be underprivileged." - Larry Wilmore

"It is a revolution, and it can no more be checked by human effort... than a prarie fire by a gardener's watering pot." - Judah P. Benjamin

"I checked the actuarial tables, and the lowest death rate is among six-year-olds. So I decided to eat like a six-year-old." - Warren Buffett

"New mothers should enjoy every phase of motherhood without caring about the world. Weight can be checked and controlled. Don't lose your head and mind over it." - Shilpa Shetty

"As a child is indulged or checked in its early follies, a ground is generally laid for the happiness or misery of the future man." - Samuel Richardson

"This is a sport where you get your ego checked on a regular basis, whether it's in the cage or it's at practice." - Carlos Condit

"If you look at the 9/11 highjackers, certainly they were educated, some even had university degrees, but nobody really checked their mothers, who were nearly all illiterate." - Greg Mortenson

"It sounds kind of crazy, but in times of turmoil in the market, I've felt a sort of serenity in knowing that I've checked and re-checked my work, one plus one still equals two regardless of where a stock trades right after I buy it." - Seth Klarman

"Few minds wear out; more rust out." - Christian Nestell Bovee



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