dogs

A Quote by Robert Burton on dogs and good

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Like a hog, or dog in the manger, he doth only keep it because it shall do nobody else good, hurting himself and others.

Robert Burton (1577 - 1640)

Source: Anatomy of Melancholy

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A Quote by Robert Anton Wilson on cats, dogs, and war

The final war will be between Pavlov's dog and Schoedinger's Cat.

Robert Anton Wilson

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A Quote by Rita Rudner on children, decisions, dogs, husbands, and life

My husband and I are either going to buy a dog or have a child. We can't decide whether to ruin our carpets or ruin our lives.

Rita Rudner

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A Quote by Rita Rudner on dogs, religion, and wonder

I wonder if other dogs think poodles are members of a weird religious cult.

Rita Rudner

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A Quote by Richard Friedman on dogs, love, and money

Money will buy you a fine dog, but only love can make it wag it's tail.

Richard Friedman

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A Quote by Regis Mc Kenna on business, dogs, justice, life, and technology

Just as one year in a dog's life is equivalent to seven years in a human life, one year in the high-technology business is like seven years in any other industry.

Regis Mc Kenna

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A Quote by Ray Kroc on competition, dogs, and food

This is rat eat rat, dog eat dog. I'll kill 'em, and I'm going to kill 'em before they kill me. Speaking of competition in the fast-food industry.

Ray Kroc (1902 - 1984)

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A Quote by R. B. Harris on dogs, faith, god, men, obedience, and world

If the masses of men were one-half as faithful to God and obedient to His commands - as a dog is faithful to his master - and obedient to his commands - we would have a far better world to live in than we yet have found.

R. B. Harris

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A Quote by Quintus Curtius Rufus on dogs and timidity

A timid dog barks more violently than it bites. Curtius Canis timidus vehementius latrat quam mordet

Quintus Curtius Rufus

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A Quote by Publius Cornelius Tacitus on christianity, day, death, dogs, and sports

Following Emporer Nero's command, "Let the Christians be exterminated!:" . . . they [the Christians] were made the subjects of sport; they were covered with the hides of wild beasts and worried to death by dogs, or nailed to crosses or set fire to, and when the day waned, burned to serve for the evening lights.

Publius Cornelius Tacitus (c.55 - c.120 AD)

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