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"I am a classy dame." - Evangeline Lilly

"Notre Dame had a ... sorta... statistical defense." - Bryan Fischer

"There is Nothing Like a Dame." - Oscar Hammerstein Ii

"There is nothin' like a dame." - Oscar Hammerstein Ii

"You treat a lady like a dame, and a dame like a lady." - Frank Sinatra

"So mourn'd the dame of Ephesus her love." - Colley Cibber

"Dame Poverty gave me my name, And Pain godfathered me." - Countee Cullen

"Something big, ... is about to happen at Notre Dame." - John Grant

"My dame, sing for this person accurate songs." - Wallace Stevens

"I'm the nicest goddamn dame that ever lived." - Bette Davis

"And there's no way I'm going to do Dame Edna." - Miranda Richardson

"I truly believe the things Notre Dame stands for." - Lou Holtz

"There is nothin' like a dame!... There is nothin' you can name That is anythin' like a dame!" - Oscar Hammerstein Ii

"You don't go to Notre Dame to learn something, you go to Notre Dame to be somebody." - Lou Holtz

"You don't go to Notre Dame to learn something; you go to Notre Dame to be somebody." - Lou Holtz

"There are two kinds of people in the world, Notre Dame lovers and Notre Dame haters. And, quite frankly, they're both a pain in the ass." - Dan Devine

"I am not qualified to be a Dame. To be Dame you have to represent England in a way that I don't." - Charlotte Rampling

"One who can find lemons sweet and grapes sour is ready for Dame Fortune." - Mason Cooley

"You know, a dame with a rod is like a guy with a knitting needle." - Daniel Mainwaring

"Dame Nature gave him comeliness and health, And Fortune (for a passport) gave him wealth." - Walter Harte

"He play'd an ancient ditty long since mute, In Provence call'd, La belle dame sans merci." - John Keats

"What good is a beautiful dame with a Rolls-Royce frame, and a Volkswagen brain?" - J-Ro

"Whether you like it or not, you're a national figure after five games at Notre Dame." - Ara Parseghian

"Those who know Notre Dame, no explanation's necessary. Those who don't, no explanation will suffice." - Lou Holtz

"I've made a wonderful living playing that theatrical character - the professional brassy dame" - Ethel Merman

"Those who know Notre Dame, no explanation's necessary. Those who do', no explanation will suffice." - Lou Holtz

"To man the earth seems altogether No more a mother, but a step-dame rather." - Guillaume de Salluste Du Bartas

"He play'd an ancient ditty long since mute, In Provence call'd La belle dame sans mercy." - John Keats

"I learned everything I know about plot from Dame Agatha (Christie)." - Connie Willis

"I think that she's a great dame. I'm crazy for Lucille." - Jessica Walter

"I'm going to be the next head coach at Notre Dame." - Dan Devine

"A dame that knows the ropes isn't likely to get tied up." - Mae West

"Every student of comedy should see Dame Edna at least twice." - Dick Cavett

"My first walk illegally at 20 years old was between the towers of Notre Dame." - Philippe Petit

"I've made a wonderful living playing that theatrical character - the professional brassy dame." - Ethel Merman

"My father was a socialist, so he would have thought that I shouldn't be a dame." - Zaha Hadid

"When I left the University of Notre Dame, I honestly felt I would never coach again." - Lou Holtz

"As soon as you see 'Dame' in front of someone's name, you get nervous, but Dame Maggie Smith is the most wonderfully gentle woman I have ever met. She never had a bad word to say." - Tom Felton

"If you look at the history of Notre Dame, if you hire a coach who's been successful at another college program, they're going to be ultra successful at Notre Dame because the talent will always be there." - Lou Holtz

"The University of Notre Dame does not redshirt, and I endorse that policy completely. I am very much in favor of redshirting, but not at Notre Dame. But there's no doubt about it. It puts us at a huge disadvantage." - Lou Holtz

"O wretched is the dame, to whom the sound, "Your lord will soon return," no phrase brings." - Charles Robert Maturin

"O wretched is the dame, to whom the sound, Your lord will soon return, no phrase brings." - Charles Maturin

"You a lame so yo dame playin mind games; I'm a pimp so I stay in that mind frame." - Lil' Flip

"Dame Fortune, like most others of the female sex, is generally most indulgent to the nimble-mettled blockheads." - Thomas Otway

"I've been coming to Notre Dame since 1957. This place, this campus, is the closest thing there is to perfection." - John Grant

"Ron Powlus will win the Heisman two times and be the greatest quarterback in the history of Notre Dame." - Beano Cook

"O wretched is the dame, to whom the sound, Your lord will soon return, no pleasure brings." - Charles Maturin

"Always ding dinging Dame Grundy into my ears - What will Mrs. Grundy say? What will Mrs. Grundy think?" - Thomas Morton

"Where sits our sulky, sullen dame, Gathering her brows like gathering storm, Nursing her wrath to keep it warm." - Robert Burns

"I haven't seen the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Louvre. I haven't seen anything. I don't really care." - Tyra Banks

"I don't see why I should be a dame for just doing what I always wanted to do." - Cilla Black

"This dame keeps dragging me into the bushes. Keep your eye open, you may have to rescue me." - David O Selznick

"An atheist is a man who watches a Notre Dame - Southern Methodist University game and doesn't care who wins." - Dwight D Eisenhower

"I always feel as if I'm a disappointment: that people want a grand dame in furs like Barbara Taylor Bradford." - Sue Townsend

"Notre Dame is the one school that has a national recruiting base, from Florida to Texas to California." - Lou Holtz

"If I traveled to the end of the rainbow as Dame Fortune did intend, Murphy would be there to tell me the pot's at the other end." - Edward Koch

"We hold our greyhound in our hand, Our falcon on our glove; But where shall we find leash, or band, For dame that loves to rove?" - Walter Scott

"Waes-hael! for Lord and Dame! O! merry be their Dole; Drink-hael! in Jesu's name, And fill the tawny bowl." - King Arthur

"Sure, I'd love to beat Notre Dame, don't get me wrong. But nothing matters more than beating that cow college on the other side of the state!" - Bear Bryant

"One of the quainter quirks of life is that we shall never know who dies on the dame day as we do ourselves." - Philip Larkin

"As soon as an actress is past 40, they call her a grande dame. As long as I'm here in good health, I'm stable." - Jeanne Moreau

"The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, who said to his tailor Irving, Forget the slacks - please work on the blazer! Never got a dinner!" - Red Buttons

"I went to Notre Dame. I don't know if that has any relevance, but maybe we all had a little too much philosophy and theology." - William Mapother

"oh i should worry and fret death and i will coquette there s a dance in the old dame yet toujours gai toujours gai" - Don Marquis

"So mourn'd the dame of Ephesus her love, And thus the soldier arm'd with resolution Told his soft tale, and was a thriving wooer." - Colley Cibber

"I saw pale kings and princes too, Pale warriors, death-pale were they all; They cried- La Belle Dame sans Merci Hath thee in thrall!" - John Keats

"To a gargoyle on the ramparts of Notre Dame as Esmeralda rides off with Gringoire Quasimodo says. "Why was I not made of stone like thee?" - Victor Hugo

"You'll see Dame Judi Dench in a Bond film, in Shakespeare and then starring in her own sitcom. You never see that here with Meryl Streep." - Alan Cumming

"In 1953 there were two ways for an Irish Catholic boy to impress his parents: become a priest or attend Notre Dame." - Phil Donahue

"If I traveled to the end of the rainbow as Dame Fortune did intend, Murphy would be there to tell me the pot's at the other end." - Ed Koch

"My father Philip was an actor and appeared in everything from 'The Onedin Line' to 'Hedda Gabler' with Dame Diana Rigg." - Samantha Bond

"I've always been a huge fan of Charles Lawton's performance in 'The Hunchback of Notre Dame,' so somewhere along the line, I've always wanted to play that character." - Andy Serkis

"I find it easier to abstain than do a little bit of anything. I'm not a 'little bit' kind of dame. I want it all, whatever I do." - Elaine Stritch

"God has a plan for everybody's life, so there was obviously a reason why He wanted me to go to Notre Dame. Everything happens for a reason." - Justin Tuck

"I teach in the Divinity School at Duke University, a very secular university. But before Duke, I taught fourteen years at the University of Notre Dame." - Stanley Hauerwas

"I have no desire at all to become the winningest coach at Notre Dame. The record belongs to Knute Rockne or some other coach in the future." - Lou Holtz

"I'm an old man, and all my life I've said that Notre Dame should remain independent because it's a national school." - Lou Holtz

"I saw pale kings and princes too, Pale warriors, death-pale were they all; They cried- "La Belle Dame sans Merci Hath thee in thrall!" - John Keats

"Notre Dame and Sydney - that was nothing. Notre Dame doesn't have a police station; it is not 1,000 or so feet high. It was a public structure, very easy to access. And Sydney Harbour Bridge was half-and-half: a bridge, in the middle of the night. The World Trade Center was the end of the world. Electronic devices, police dogs." - Philippe Petit

"I've kicked at Notre Dame the past four years, I've been in frigid cold weather, snow. I've kicked at Yankee Stadium in December, so whatever is thrown at me I'm able to do." - Kyle Brindza

"Man, you're a regular Bonnie Parker." "A dame that knows the ropes isn't likely to get tied up." Jesse found that hysterical. "Did Willie say that?" "Nope, Mae West. Now, how do I get on this thing in a skirt?" - Ruta Sepetys

"I love my neighbor as myself, Myself like him too, by his leave, Nor to his pleasure, power or pelf Came I to crouch, as I conceive. Dame Nature doubtless has designed A man the monarch of his mind." - John Byrom

"When civil dudgeon first grew high, And men fell out, they knew not why; When hard words, jealousies, and fears Set folk together by the ears, And made them fight, like mad or drunk, For dame Religion, as for punk." - Samuel Butler (poet)

"He that would win his dame must do As love does when he draws his bow; With one hand thrust the lady from, And with the other pull her home." - Samuel Butler (poet)

"He that will win his dame must do As love does when he draws his bow; With one hand thrust the lady from, And with the other pull her home." - Samuel Butler (poet)

"The sages say, Dame Truth delights to dwell (Strange Mansion!) in the bottom of a well: Questions are then the Windlass and the rope That pull the grave old Gentlewoman up." - John Wolcot

"Then the Parson might preach, & drink, & sing, And we'd be as happy as birds in the spring; And modest dame Lurch, who is always at Church, Would not have bandy children, nor fasting, nor birch." - William Blake

"I couldn't remember my name for weeks. I'd be at the theater and hear them calling 'Miss Stanwyck, Miss Stanwyck,' and I'd think 'Where is that dame? Why doesn't she answer? By crickie, it's me!" - Barbara Stanwyck

"I do not believe there is an atheist in the world who would bulldoze Mecca-or Chartres, York Minster or Notre Dame, the Shwe Dagon, the temples of Kyoto or, of course, the Buddhas of Bamiyan." - Richard Dawkins

"No! shouted Arthur. What's wrong with you? They're people! You can't just kill hundreds or thousands of Piper's children because the Piper might... just might... make some of them do something! Can't we? asked Dame Primus. She sounded genuinely puzzled." - Garth Nix

"Man, you're a regular Bonnie Parker." "A dame that knows the ropes is' likely to get tied up." Jesse found that hysterical. "Did Willie say that?" "Nope, Mae West. Now, how do I get on this thing in a skirt?" - Ruta Sepetys

"Dame Edna is that rarest sighting in our time of the absolute comic, an inspired personification of caprice whose comedy answered the primal call to take the audience for a tumble." - John Lahr

"I took a Russian class at Notre Dame. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would fly someday in a Russian spacecraft with two cosmonauts, speaking only Russian." - Kevin A Ford

"I don't know what my appeal is. I can see I've got blue eyes and don't look like the Hunchback of Notre Dame but I can't understand the fuss." - Rutger Hauer

"Well, I've known Elizabeth almost all of her life and almost all of my life. And I love her with all of my heart and she's always been there for me. She's a wonderful, wonderful dame. She's a great lady." - Liza Minnelli

"I feel comfortable singing in the great cathedrals of the world because I spent so much time as a child singing in church. And it isn't very different. Of course, nothing looks quite like Notre Dame de Paris." - Jessye Norman

"You have to be equal at both - great at football and great at dedicating yourself to the academics at Notre Dame. It's hard. There are no rooty-toot classes for athletes in South Bend." - Justin Tuck

"I've followed Notre Dame football since 1946, when I listened on the radio and Johnny Lujack tackled Doc Blanchard in the open field to preserve a 0-0 tie." - Lou Holtz

"My mother Elizabeth Ivey Brubeck was a pianist who studied with Dame Myra Hess and Tobias Matthey. As a child in California I used to listen to her play Chopin." - Dave Brubeck

"I regard myself as an actress but, obviously, not in the Dame Judi Dench league. That isn't a problem because I don't think we are ever likely to be up for the same part!" - Kelly Brook

"A dowried wife, friends, beauty, birth, fair fame, These are the gifts of money, heavenly dame: Be but a moneyed man, persuasion tips Your tongue, and Venus settles on your lips." - Horace

"Once (says an Author; where I need not say) Two Trav'lers found an Oyster in their way; Both fierce, both hungry; the dispute grew stong; While Scale in Hand Dame Justice pass'd along Before her each with clamour pleads the Laws. Explain'd the matter, and would win the cause, Dame Justice wighing long the doubtful Right Takes, opens, swallows it, before their sight. The cause of strife remov'd so rarely well, "There take" (says Justice), "take ye each a shell. We thrive at Westminster on Fools like you: 'Twas a fat oyster - live in peace - Adieu."" - Pope Alexander VI

"One of the great changes wrought by the increased public awareness of Alzheimers - and thank you, Nancy Reagan, you wonderful tough old dame, you - is that people in the early stages of the disease are now speaking out while they still have the capacity to do so." - Charlie Pierce

"I didn't really get into underground comics, though I've liked some of what I've seen. Dame Darcy was very impressive to meet, really talented. In general, I've always been more interested in searching out music, so I think I miss out on a lot of underground art." - Neil Farber

"Thou hast had thty day, old dame, but thy sun has long been set. Thou art now the very emblem of an old warhorse turned out on the barren heath; thou hast had thy paces in thy time, but now a broken amble is the best of them." - Walter Scott

"Strange how one person can saturate a room with vitality, with excitement. Then there are others, and this dame was one of them, who can drain off energy and joy, can suck pleasure dry and get no sustenance from it. Such people spread a grayness in the air about them." - John Steinbeck

"Ne reprenez, dame, si j'ai aime , Si j'ai senti mille torches ardentes, Mille travaux, mille douleurs mordantes, Si, en pleurant, j'ai mon temps consume . Do not blame me, madam, if I loved, If I felt one thousand burning torches, One thousand labours, or one thousand scathing pains, If, in crying, I spent all my time." - Louise Labe

"But words came halting forth, wanting Invention's stay; Invention, Nature's child, fled step-dame Study's blows; And others' feet still seemed but strangers in my way. Thus, great with child to speak, and helpless in my throes, Biting my truant pen, beating myself for spite: Fool, said my Muse to me, look in thy heart, and write." - Philip Sidney

"To catch Dame Fortune's golden smile, Assiduous wait upon her; And gather gear by every wile That's justified by honor. Not for to hide it in a hedge, Nor for a train attendant; But for the glorious privilege Of being independent." - Robert Burns

"The true gentleman is extracted from ancient and worshipful parentage. When a pepin is planted on a pepin-stock, the fruit growing thence is called a renate, a most delicious apple, as both by sire and dame well descended. Thus his blood must needs be well purified who is genteelly born on both sides." - Thomas Fuller

"I just would like to keep going. If I kept getting the kind of work that I've been getting for the last 20 years for the next 20, I'd be a bloody Dame of the British Empire. I'd be so happy." - Anne-Marie Duff

"You're about to meet a new great dame of crime fiction in Death Was the Other Woman. Linda L. Richards does a stunning job in creating a character with a voice and eye right out of a 1930s L.A. hard-boiled classic: guns and gams, booze and bodies, peepers and perps. Move over, Sam Spade: Kitty Pangborn is on the case." - Linda Fairstein

"The morning we left South Bend, every student and professor was out of bed long before breakfast and marched downtown accompanying the team to the railroad station. It was the first time I'd seen anything like this mass hysteria generated on the Notre Dame campus over a football game." - Knute Rockne

"A few years ago I met an old professor at the University of Notre Dame. Looking back on his long life of teaching, he said with a funny wrinkle in his eyes: I have always been complaining that my work was constantly interrupted, until I slowly discovered that my interruptions were my work." - Henri Nouwen

"There is no academic virtue in playing mediocre football and no academic vice in winning a game that by all odds one should lose...There has been a surrender at Notre Dame, but it is a surrender to excellence on all fronts, and in this we hope to rise above ourselves with the help of God." - Theodore Hesburgh

"I'm a product of a Notre Dame education; those professors taught me a lot about how you separate the city of God from the state. I'm also a reverent follower of the tradition of Thomas Jefferson. My years of public life have simply confirmed the intensity of my belief that what I have learned from Joe Evans and Thomas Jefferson was correct." - Bruce Babbitt

"I am made Hand of the King which gives me an enormous amount of power, which I use quite ruthlessly - but skilfully - and Dame Diana Rigg joins us [playing political mastermind the Queen of Thorns] and we have a couple of really good sparring moments." - Charles Dance

"I tried to find a rhythm, and I stopped comparing myself to anybody else. One of the great phrases for me is "Compare and despair." If I compare myself to Kate Middleton or Dame Judi Dench, I'm going to come out at the bottom and be sad." - Jamie Lee Curtis

"Oh, Richard! exclaimed she, on one occasion, if you would but dismiss such gloomy subjects from your mind, you would live as long as any of us; at least you would live to see the girls married, and yourself a happy grandfather, with a canty old dame for your companion." - Anne Bronte

"It was jest another instance of a flaw in work of man; A lefty never figgered in the gunman's battle plan; There ain't no scheme man thinks of that Dame Nature cannot beat - So his pupils are unlearnin' that cute trick they got from Pete." - Arthur Chapman

"I met my wife on Spring break when I was in college. I was at the University of Notre Dame. She was at the University of New Hampshire. I bumped into her in Florida and told her the next day that I was going to marry her and 20 or something years later here we are." - Nicholas Sparks

"Dame Fortune is a fickle gipsy, And always blind, and often tipsy; Sometimes for years and years together, She 'll bless you with the sunniest weather, Bestowing honour, pudding, pence, You can't imagine why or whence; Then in a moment Presto, pass! Your joys are withered like the grass" - Winthrop Mackworth Praed

"See it was like this when we waltz into this place. A couple of papish cats is doing an Aztec two-step And I says Dad let's cut but then this dame comes up behind me see and says you and me could really exist Wow I says Only the next day she has bad teeth and really hates poetry." - Lawrence Ferlinghetti

"I did not see myself as a leading lady. I thought I was really funny-looking and I would never be the lead, and I certainly would never do film or television. I wanted to do theater. I wanted to be the grand dame of the American stage." - Kathy Baker

"Growing up under the heavy hand of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, it was drummed into me that attending weekly mass was not an option. It was a must to avoid eternal damnation, which was not a prospect filled with many positives. Hell fire was perpetual, and no parole would be offered." - Bill Oreilly

"Walking at random through the streets, we came by chance upon the Cathedral of Notre Dame. I shall long remember my first impression of the scene within. The lofty gothic ceiling arched far above my head and through the stained windows the light came but dimly - it was all still, solemn and religious." - Bayard Taylor

"Back in the 1500s, the culture that we had built in the West embraced multigenerational projects quite easily. Notre Dame. Massive cathedrals were not built over the course of a few years, they were built over a few generations. People who started building them knew they wouldn't be finished until their grandson was born." - Jamais Cascio

"I just would like to keep going. If I kept getting the kind of work that I've been getting for the last 20 years for the next 20, I'd be a bloody Dame of the British Empire. I'd be so happy." - Annemarie Duff

"The message that President Obama delivered in his speech at Notre Dame was: morality is immoral. Pro-life is the extremist position, not a moral position. Yet we should compromise and work to reduce abortions. Where's the compromise between life and death - and why work to reduce the number of them occurring if there's nothing wrong with them?" - Rush Limbaugh

"I started putting a wire up in secret and performing without permission. Notre Dame, the Sydney Harbor Bridge, the World Trade Center. And I developed a certitude, a faith that convinced me that I will get safely to the other side. If not, I will never do that first step." - Philippe Petit

"Growing up under the heavy hand of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, it was drummed into me that attending weekly mass was not an option. It was a must to avoid eternal damnation, which was not a prospect filled with many positives. Hell fire was perpetual, and no parole would be offered." - Bill O'Reilly

"I got the O.B.E because I represent England outside of England more...but thinking of me as an actor, I haven't done all the classical theatre, all the great roles. Think of Helen Mirren and me. Helen, who I adore, is a friend - should be Dame. I am the rebel, the revolutionary on the side." - Charlotte Rampling

"One of the great changes wrought by the increased public awareness of Alzheimer's - and thank you, Nancy Reagan, you wonderful tough old dame, you - is that people in the early stages of the disease are now speaking out while they still have the capacity to do so." - Charlie Pierce

"At home I have a copy of the April 21, 1986, issue of 'Sports Illustrated.' I'm on the cover with the blurb, 'Can Lou Do It?' I'd just arrived at Notre Dame, and with spring football underway, I was the focal point of that week's coverage." - Lou Holtz

"The Sisters of Notre Dame at St. Aloysius Grade School influenced my life tremendously. This was due to the fact that they encouraged you always to make sure that God is the focus of your life, and they didn't allow you to do anything except to the very best of your ability." - Lou Holtz

"I don't care if Margot is a Dame of the British Empire or older than myself. For me she represents eternal youth; there is an absolute musical quality in her beautiful body and phrasing. Because we are sincere and gifted, an intense abstract love is born between us every time we dance together." - Rudolf Nureyev

"Seldom do we experience the charisma and character of a dynamic personality such as Lou Holtz, the very successful former football coach of Notre Dame. Lou has left his distinctive mark of success everywhere he has coached. Winning Every Day is not just a catchy phrase, but with Coach Holtz, a way of life." - Carl Pohlad

"I noticed the drama majors on campus when I was at Notre Dame. They just seemed to be freer spirits than the rest of us. There was joy in their work; they were the only ones studying something whose work made them happy. I envied that." - Catherine Hicks

"I was Lady Gaga way before her time. I had a wee kettle for a handbag. Didn't everyone, at some point? One of the teachers used to call me Dame Flora Robson because I had this big, long Victorian skirt. And I wore a Peruvian hat. It was the 1980s - people were wearing lots of lace." - Ashley Jensen

"It is something like the way dame Nature gathers round a foreign body an envelope of some insensitive tissue which can protect from evil that which it would otherwise harm by contact. If this be an ordered selfishness, then we should pause before we condemn any one for the vice of egoism, for there may be deeper root for its causes than we have knowledge of." - Bram Stoker

"When you look at the dominance of Notre Dame, the love of Mary in almost every European country, psychologically, had to come from this recognition of the feminine mediating divine love. And for many people in history, it was clearly the preferred way because women raised most people, not men, so their first experience of unconditional love, of touch, of caring, of nurturing very often came from a woman - that got easily transferred to Mary." - Richard Rohr

"National Defense A strong USA defense brought down the Soviet Union. It was Ronald Reagan - first in a speech at Notre Dame University in May 1981, then his 'Evil Empire' speech of March 1983 - who most eloquently declared communism's imminent demise. Reagan was right. And even Soviet officials attribute Ronald Reagan's rhetoric and foreign policy to bringing down that 'evil empire.' By Christmas Day, 1990, the Soviet Union ceased to exist. Liberals wished it were other things." - Rush Limbaugh

"X. I saw pale kings and princes too, Pale warriors, death-pale were they all; They cried-"La Belle Dame sans Merci Hath thee in thrall!" XI. I saw their starved lips in the gloam, With horrid warning gaped wide, And I awoke and found me here, On the cold hill's side. XII. And this is why I sojourn here, Alone and palely loitering, Though the sedge is wither"d from the lake, And no birds sing." - John Keats

"X. I saw pale kings and princes too, Pale warriors, death-pale were they all; They cried-"La Belle Dame sans Merci Hath thee in thrall!" XI. I saw their starved lips in the gloam, With horrid warning gaped wide, And I awoke and found me here, On the cold hill's side. XII. And this is why I sojourn here, Alone and palely loitering, Though the sedge is wither'd from the lake, And no birds sing." - John Keats

"I asked a thief to steal me a peach: He turned up his eyes. I asked a lithe lady to lie her down: Holy and meek, she cries. As soon as I went An angel came. He winked at the thief And smiled at the dame- And without one word spoke Had a peach from the tree, And 'twixt earnest and joke Enjoyed the lady." - William Blake

"It had no affect on me whatsoever. Um... I consider Jay a very good friend of mine. I also consider Dame and Biggs very good friends of mine. With me not being a Roc-A-Fella artist, with me just being a friend of both and not being tied to them in the Roc-A-Fella situation, I was still able to maintain personal relationships with both of em." - Bun B

"No matter what happens, a terror attack in London, a terror hammer attack at Notre Dame in Paris, whatever it is, if you want to understand the left's reaction to it, you need to be able to put yourself in their shoes and find a way to blame Trump for it and then to use the event to get rid of or discredit Trump, because that's what all of this is about." - Rush Limbaugh

"We studied a mosque, and this is when we were at Notre Dame, and in this mosque they had people from a variety of countries, most of them immigrants. In some of the countries, when you go into a mosque you remove your shoes. To not do so could be punishable even by death in that nation. In other countries, it would be a great offense to remove their shoes when they come into the mosque, a sign of disrespect." - Michael Emerson

"I missed so many opportunities along the way to do what I wanted to do because I didn't have the confidence to tell myself, much less anybody else, 'Yes, this is the business I wanted to be a part of, and not feeling that I had the talent... and letting it go all the way through Notre Dame and then through two years of Navy service." - Regis Philbin

"I've come to the conclusion that it's all about fear- fear that your kid won't come out on top, be a success. Forcing him into these brutal encounters will a) make a dame sure he is a success, and b) all you to see evidence of that success with the added bonus of a cheering crowd. This means that sports are supported with an almost desperate enthusiasm. The football team gets catered dinners before a fame. Honor Society is lucky if it gets a cupcake. Academic success-forget it. That requires too much imagination. There's no scoreboard." - Deb Caletti



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