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Randigt Paper quotes by Lysander Spooner
#1. It is with government paper, and bank paper, as it is with the paper of private persons; that is, it is worth just what can be delivered in redemption of it, and no more. We all understand that the notes of the Astors, and Stewarts, and Vanderbilts, though issued by millions, and tens of millions, are really worth their nominal values. #Quote by Lysander Spooner
Randigt Paper quotes by Nydia Velazquez
#2. Because of Obama ... DREAMers who are American in every way except on paper no longer live under the shadow of deportation. #Quote by Nydia Velazquez
Randigt Paper quotes by Rachel Brookes
#3. More than anything, I wanted to help her write new words, on perfectly crisp, untouched paper, and to come up with a flawless title, for the perfect story. #Quote by Rachel Brookes
Randigt Paper quotes by Orville Redenbacher
#4. Every once in a while, someone will mail me a single popcorn kernel that didn't pop. I'll get out a fresh kernel, tape it to a piece of paper and mail it back to them. #Quote by Orville Redenbacher
Randigt Paper quotes by Malcolm Forbes
#5. Putting pen to paper lights more fire than matches ever will #Quote by Malcolm Forbes
Randigt Paper quotes by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
#6. Words evolve, perhaps more rapidly and tellingly than do their users, and the change in meanings reflects a society often more accurately than do the works of many historians. In he years preceding the first collapse of NorAm, the change in the meaning of one word predicted the failure of that society more immediately and accurately than did all the analysts, social scientists, and historians. That critical word? 'Discrimination.' We know it now as a term meaning 'unfounded bias against a person, group, or culture on the basis of racial, gender, or ethnic background.' Prejudice, if you will.

The previous meaning of this word was: 'to draw a clear distinction between good and evil, to differentiate, to recognize as different.' Moreover, the connotations once associated with discrimination were favorable. A person of discrimination was one of taste and good judgment. With the change of the meaning into a negative term of bias, the English language was left without a single-word term for the act of choosing between alternatives wisely, and more importantly, left with a subterranean negative connotation for those who attempted to make such choices.

In hindsight, the change in meaning clearly reflected and foreshadowed the disaster to come. Individuals and institutions abhorred making real choices. At one point more than three-quarters of the youthful population entered institutions of higher learning. Credentials, often paper ones, replaced meaning judgment #Quote by L.E. Modesitt Jr.
Randigt Paper quotes by Rory Bremner
#7. I remember driving home one evening while they were reviewing the papers on the radio. One of the articles was about me separating from my wife. It's a weird thing to listen to a news report about the break-up of your marriage. #Quote by Rory Bremner
Randigt Paper quotes by Lisa Kleypas
#8. Reaching inside his coat, Christopher pulled out the letter from Pru, the one he carried with him always. It had become a talisman, a symbol of what he had fought for. A reason for living. He looked down at the bit of folded paper, not even needing to open it. The words had been seared into his heart.
"Please come home and find me…"
In the past he had wondered if he were incapable of love. None of his love affairs had ever lasted more than a matter of months, and although they had blazed on a physical level, they had never transcended that. Ultimately no particular woman had ever seemed all that different from the rest.
Until those letters. The sentences had looped around him with a spirit so artless and adorable, he had loved it, loved her, immediately.
His thumb moved over the parchment as if it were sensitive living skin. "Mark my words, Audrey--I'm going to marry the woman who wrote this letter."
"I am marking your words," she assured him. "We'll see if you live up to them. #Quote by Lisa Kleypas
Randigt Paper quotes by William Doyle
#9. ...those who succeeded the Voltaires, the d'Alemberts, & the Diderots at the head of the movement when these giants died, & who inherited their social acclaim, had little new to say...These swarming hacks hoped, like the great heroes of the Enlightenment before them, to write their way to fame & fortune. They found fame & fortune already monopolized by second-rate socialites who did not even put pen to paper most of the time, & yet who had the power & prestige to censor & condemn their works out of hand. #Quote by William Doyle
Randigt Paper quotes by Virginia Petrucci
#10. Numbered are the days
of hunger stricken strays
a woman's curving taste
a paper police state. #Quote by Virginia Petrucci
Randigt Paper quotes by Megan Hart
#11. The word love has always tasted like the scent of fresh ink and soft paper to me. Like a newly written poem. #Quote by Megan Hart
Randigt Paper quotes by Jeffrey Eugenides
#12. How long could we remain true to the girls? How long could we keep their memory pure? As it was, we didn't know them any longer, and their new habits - of opening a window, for instance, to throw out a wadded paper towel - made us wonder if we had ever really known them, or if our vigilance had been only the fingerprinting of phantoms. #Quote by Jeffrey Eugenides
Randigt Paper quotes by Frank Luntz
#13. Writing a book is the most difficult, anxiety-prone aspect of my life because the words that I put on paper are very serious to me. #Quote by Frank Luntz
Randigt Paper quotes by Jasmine  Lee
#14. For you never know till it's out of your head and on paper... #Quote by Jasmine Lee
Randigt Paper quotes by Tahereh Mafi
#15. I count everything. Even numbers, odd numbers, multiples of 10. I count the ticks of the clock i count the tocks of the clock I count the lines between the lines on a sheet of paper. I count the broken beats of my heart I count my pulse and my blinks and the number of tries it takes to inhale enough oxygen for my lungs. I stay like this I stand like this I count like this until the feeling stops. Until the tears stop spilling, until my fists stop shaking, until my heart stops aching. There are never enough numbers. #Quote by Tahereh Mafi
Randigt Paper quotes by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
#16. I was always fascinated by the fact that you could take paper and ink and create worlds, images, characters. It seemed like magic. #Quote by Carlos Ruiz Zafon
Randigt Paper quotes by Ron Silver
#17. If you don't think you want to go on a train and read the paper every day and work from nine to six at night, there was something about the uncertainty when I was younger which was very attractive. #Quote by Ron Silver
Randigt Paper quotes by Victor Hugo
#18. It had been written with one foot in the grave and a finger in heaven. These lines, falling one by one onto the paper, were what could be called soul drops. Who could these pages come from? Who could have written them? Cosette did not hesitate for a second. There was only one man it could have come from. Him! #Quote by Victor Hugo
Randigt Paper quotes by Chuck Palahniuk
#19. The worst part of writing fiction is the fear of wasting your life behind a keyboard. The idea that, dying, you'll realize you only lived on paper. Your only adventures were make-believe, and while the world fought and kissed, you sat in some dark room masturbating and making money. #Quote by Chuck Palahniuk
Randigt Paper quotes by W. H. Auden
#20. How happy is the lot of the mathematician! He is judged solely by his peers, and the standard is so high that no colleague or rival can ever win a reputation he does not deserve. No cashier writes a letter to the press complaining about the incomprehensibility of Modern Mathematics and comparing it unfavorably with the good old days when mathematicians were content to paper irregularly shaped rooms and fill bathtubs without closing the waste pipe. #Quote by W. H. Auden
Randigt Paper quotes by Collette O'Mahony
#21. I feel emotions well
Inside my heart
Pulsating in rhythm
Straining for expression
I reach for pen & paper
And I am set free
On a blank page #Quote by Collette O'Mahony
Randigt Paper quotes by Chris Campanioni
#22. I walk by, seeing myself walk by on a bag, someone's hands gripping the paper handles above my neck, my curved waist, my gleam of sweat, me, half a block away, and think, you don't know self-fragmentation until it's staring you in the face. #Quote by Chris Campanioni
Randigt Paper quotes by William J. Clinton
#23. The fundamental problem you have anywhere is when people think their lives and the lives of their children don't matter, they they are somehow disposable, just like a paper napkin after a lunch at a restaurant or something, if we want our freedom to be in deed as well as word in America, we have to make people feel that everybody matters again. #Quote by William J. Clinton
Randigt Paper quotes by John Francis Daley
#24. We always for better or worse try to put on paper what's going up on screen - whether we're directing it or not. It's really just an extension of that habit which is trying to tell the reader what the movie will look like. Ultimately that is the job of a screenwriter to a certain extent. #Quote by John Francis Daley
Randigt Paper quotes by Garrison Keillor
#25. On investments, 1998: Where I'm from we don't trust paper. Wealth is what's here on the premises. If I open a cupboard and see, say, 30 cans of tomato sauce and a five-pound bag of rice, I get a little thrill of well-being - much more so than if I take a look at the quarterly dividend report from my mutual fund. #Quote by Garrison Keillor
Randigt Paper quotes by Elizabeth Aston
#26. It is all very well, when the pen flows, but then there are the dark days when imagination deserts one, and it is an effort to put anything down on paper. That little you have achieved stares at you at the end of the day, and you know the next morning you will have to scrape it down and start again. #Quote by Elizabeth Aston
Randigt Paper quotes by Francoise Sagan
#27. Writing is just having a sheet of paper, a pen and not a shadow of an idea of what you are going to say. #Quote by Francoise Sagan
Randigt Paper quotes by Mark Forsyth
#28. You can spend all day trying to think of some universal truth to set down on paper, and some poets try that. Shakespeare knew that it's much easier to string together some words beginning with the same letter. #Quote by Mark Forsyth
Randigt Paper quotes by Ilona Andrews
#29. Torch strode over and stared at the fiver
"What's this?"
"Some change for you. Buy your flunkies some decent clothes." I dipped my fingers into the jar and smeared think fragrant paste on my face. Torch frowned, mirroring the expression on my aunt's face.
Oh, for crying out loud. "It's money. We don't use coins as currency now, we use paper money." He stared at me. "I'm insulting you! I'm saying your poor, like a beggar, because your undead are in rags. I'm offering to clothe your servants for you, because you can't provide for them. Come on, how thick do you have to be?"
He jerked his hand up. A jet of flame erupted from his fingers, sliding against the ward.
I jerked back from the windows on instinct. The fire died. I leaned forward. "Do you understand now?" More fire. "What's the matter? Was that not enough money? #Quote by Ilona Andrews
Randigt Paper quotes by C.S. Lewis
#30. I remember once when I had been giving a talk to the R.A.F., an old, hard-bitten officer got up and said, 'I've no use for all that stuff. But, mind you, I'm a religious man too. I know there's a God. I've felt Him: out alone in the desert at night: the tremendous mystery. And that's just why I don't believe all your neat little dogmas and formulas about Him. To anyone who's met the real thing they all seem so petty and pedantic and unreal!'

Now in a sense I quite agreed with that man. I think he had probably had a real experience of God in the desert. And when he turned from that experience to the Christian creeds, I think he really was turning from something real to something less real. In the same way, if a man has once looked at the Atlantic from the beach, and then goes and looks at a map of the Atlantic, he also will be turning from something real to something less real: turning from real waves to a bit of coloured paper. But here comes the point. The map is admittedly only coloured paper, but there are two things you have to remember about it. In the first place, it is based on what hundreds and thousands of people have found out by sailing the real Atlantic. In that way it has behind it masses of experience just as real as the one you could have from the beach; only, while yours would be a single glimpse, the map fits all those different experiences together. In the second place, if you want to go anywhere, the map is absolutely necessary. As long as you ar #Quote by C.S. Lewis
Randigt Paper quotes by Joyce Rachelle
#31. Much of what I learned about forgiveness I learned by inhabiting the lives of my characters. Even villains act with reasonable intent. Mercy is easier with understanding. Still, it helps that on paper I can kill them off. #Quote by Joyce Rachelle
Randigt Paper quotes by Jay Leno
#32. It was reported in the paper that President Bush received a 'warm reception' from the Daytona 500 drivers. Well sure, the drivers had never met anyone who was sponsored by more oil companies than they were. #Quote by Jay Leno
Randigt Paper quotes by Jade Jagger
#33. When we unwrap presents, I tend to sit there with a bin liner trying to collect up the wrapping paper and thinking about which pieces I can reuse and which I will recycle. #Quote by Jade Jagger

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