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Never Lend Your Car To Anyone To Whom You Have Given Birth.
~ Erma Bombeck
The Human Brain Is Like A Railroad Freight Car -- Guaranteed To Have A Certain Capacity But Often Running Empty.
~ Unknown
Telling The Future By Looking At The Past Assumes That Conditions Remain Constant. This Is Like Driving A Car By Looking In The Rearview Mirror.
~ Herb Brody
Is Fuel Efficiency Really What We Need Most Desperatelly? I Say That What We Really Need Is A Car That Can Be Shot When It Breaks Down.
~ Russell Bake
Expecting A Carjacker Or Rapist Or Drug Pusher To Care That His Possession Or Use Of A Gun Is Unlawful Is Like Expecting A Terrorist To Care That His Car Bomb Is Taking Up Two Parking Spaces.
~ Joseph T. Chew
I Hate The Outdoors. To Me The Outdoors Is Where The Car Is.
~ Will Durst
Living With A Conscience Is Like Driving A Car With The Brakes On.
~ Budd Schulberg
Whoops Is A Word That Should Never Be Said By Some Professions - Pilots, Racing Car Drivers, And Hair Colourists Come Immediately To Mind But Dentists Also Have To Be Up In The Top Five.
~ Richard Stubbs, Comedian, Book - " Still Life"
Many Highly Intelligent People Are Poor Thinkers. Many People Of Average Intelligence Are Skilled Thinkers. The Power Of A Car Is Separate From The Way The Car Is Driven.
~ Edward De Bono
One Hundred Years From Now, It Will Not Matter What My Bank Account Was, How Big My House Was, Or What Kind Of Car I Drove. But The World May Be A Little Better, Because I Was Important In The Life Of A Child.
~ Forest Witcraft
Frank Knew That No Man Had Ever Crossed The Desert On Foot And Lived To Tell About It. So, He Decided To Get Back In His Car And Keep Driving.
~ Jack Handey Deep Thoughts
Normal Is Getting Dressed In Clothes That You Buy For Work And Driving Through Traffic In A Car That You Are Still Paying For - In Order To Get To The Job You Need To Pay For The Clothes And The Car, And The House You Leave Vacant All Day So You Can Afford To Live In It.
~ Ellen Goodman