1,911 Best Things Anybody Ever Said

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Fawcett, Columbine, 1988 - Reference - 460 pages
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From Plato to Groucho, this comprehensive edition features some of the most quotable people who ever lived. They are the famous, infamous, the little-known, and the unknown, inspired enough by life to comment on it, and smart enough to be clever about it.
"Like eating peanuts--once you start it's hard to stop."
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"You'll love this book and read its lines aloud to helpless friends."

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I read this over the course of several days as my bedside read. It's a lot of fun, and I'll hold on to it for future reference/enjoyment. A couple of my favorites: Health nuts are going to feel stupid ... Read full review


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Robert Byrne (1930-2016) was a bestselling author on billiards history who also published several novels and anthologies, including 637 Best Things Anybody Ever Said and 1,911 Best Things Anybody Ever Said.

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