Best products from r/quotes

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1. Burn This Book

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u/dreamslaughter · 3 pointsr/quotes

Death bed quotes. I think most of these are correct, can't be positive. Take them for what they're worth.

I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis. ~ Humphrey Bogart

Too late for fruit, too soon for flowers. ~ Walter De La Mare

I wonder why he shot me. ~ Huey P. Long Jr.

Is this dying? Is this all? Is this what I feared when I prayed against a hard death? Oh, I can bear this! I can bear this! ~ Cotton Mather

Give me eighty men and I'll ride through the whole Sioux nation. ~ William J. Fetterman

Lord help my poor soul. ~ Edgar Allan Poe

It is finished. ~ Jesus of Nazareth, John 19:30

My God, my God, why have you forsaken me!? ~ Jesus of Nazareth, Mark 15:34-5, Matthew 27:46

Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit. ~ Jesus of Nazareth, Luke 23:46

Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something. ~ Francisco ‘Poncho’ Villa

God damn the whole friggin' world and everyone in it but you, Carlotta. ~ W. C. Fields

God bless ... God damn. ~ James Thurber

KHAQQ calling Itasca. We must be on you, but cannot see you. Gas is running low. ~ Amelia Earhart

Go on, get out! Last words are for fools who haven't said enough. ~ Karl Marx

How were the circus receipts in Madison Square Gardens? ~ Phineas Taylor Barnum

Now comes the mystery. ~ Henry Ward Beecher

Friends applaud, the comedy is over. ~ Ludwig van Beethoven

Strike the tent. ~ Robert E. Lee

Dying is easy. Comedy is difficult. ~ Edmund Gwenn

I have offended God and mankind because my work did not reach the quality it should have. ~ Leonardo da Vinci

They couldn't hit an elephant at this dist ... ~ General John Sedgwick

Curtain! Fast music! Lights! Ready for the last finale! Great! The show looks good. The show looks good. ~ Ziegfeld Florenz

Tell mother; tell mother, I died for my country … Useless ... useless ... ~ John Wilkes Booth

I've had eighteen straight whiskies; I think that's the record. ~ Dylan Thomas

Who is it? ~ Billy the Kid

Leave the shower curtain on the inside of the tub. ~ Conrad N. Hilton

I owe much; I have nothing; the rest I leave to the poor. ~ François Rabelais

Do you know where I can get any shit? ~ Lenny Bruce

Is it the Fourth? ~ Thomas Jefferson

Let's cool it brothers. ~ Malcolm X

I feel nothing, apart from a certain difficulty in continuing to exist. ~ Bernard de Fontenelle

I knew it. I knew it; born in a hotel room, and God damn it, died in a hotel room. ~ Eugene O'Neill

You too, Brutus? ~ Julius Caesar

Hold the cross high so I may see it through the flames! ~ Saint Joan of Arc

Turn me. I am roasted on one side. ~ Saint Lawrence

Why not? Yeah. ~ Timothy Leary

I see black light. ~ Victor Hugo

God will pardon me, that's his line of work. ~ Heinrich Heine

I do not have to forgive my enemies. I have had them all shot.~ Ramon Maria Narvaez

That was a great game of golf, fellers. ~ Bing Crosby

It is very beautiful over there. ~ Thomas Edison

Tomorrow, I shall no longer be here.~ Nostradamus

Has God forgotten everything I've done for him? ~ Louis XIV

I've had a hell of a lot of fun and I've enjoyed every minute of it. ~ Errol Flynn

A dying man can do nothing easy. ~ Ben Franklin

I am about to, or I am going to, die: either expression is correct. ~ Dominique Bouhours, French grammarian

Here am I, dying of a hundred good symptoms. ~ Alexander Pope

Capital punishment: Them without the capital get the punishment. ~ John Spenkelink

How about this for a headline? French Fries. ~ James French, electric chair

Why yes, a bullet proof vest. ~ James Roges, facing firing squad

Well, gentlemen, you are about to see a baked apple. ~ George Appel, electric chair

I'm bored with it all. ~ Winston Churchill

I want to live because there are a few things I still want to do. ~ Aneurin Bevan

I am about to take my last voyage, a great leap in the dark. ~ René Descartes

There are no more other worlds to conquer! ~ Alexander the Great

Damn it ... Don't you dare ask God to help me. ~ Joan Crawford

Thomas Jefferson still survives. ~ John Adams

We are all full of weakness and errors; let us mutually pardon each other our follies it is the first law of nature. ~ Voltaire

I did not know that we had ever quarreled. ~ Henry David Thoreau, when asked to make peace with God

Doctor, I die hard, but I am not afraid to go. ~ George Washington

Ah, Luisa, you always arrive just as I am leaving.~ Massimo Taparelli Azeglio

Either this wallpaper goes, or I do! ~ Oscar Wilde

That was the best ice-cream soda I ever tasted. ~ Lou Costello

I'll bet in Heaven they have one single word that means ‘back when I was alive’. You know, to save time in meetings and stuff. ~ Derek Littlefield

Goodnight my darlings, I'll see you tomorrow. ~ Noel Coward

From "Burn This Book"

u/hey_look_its_shiny · 1 pointr/quotes

Yes, it most certainly does, as do the dozens of studies that it explicitly references in doing so.

And, for kicks, the Introduction to Neuroscience textbook that I linked above explicitly refutes the core arguments that you made at the beginning of this thread.

Here's what you said - MasterDefibrillator:
> "The neurosciences, the closest field to an expert opinion on human intelligence, generally look at the IQ test as a specific measure of your ability to do specific problems well. They go out of their way to point out that IQ can not be linked to any general measure of intelligence."

Here's what they say about that (You can read the introduction on Amazon if you log in):

Haier, R. (2016) The Neuroscience of Intelligence, NY: Cambridge University Press.

> "Among the many myths about intelligence, perhaps the most pernicious is that intelligence is a concept too amorphous and ill-defined for scientific study. In fact, the definition and measures used for research are sufficiently developed for empirical investigations and have been so for over 100 years."


> "There are many tests of specific mental abilities. We have over 100 years of research about how such tests relate to each other. Here's what we know: Different mental abilities are not independent. They are all related to each other and the correlations among mental tests are always positive. That means if you do well on one kind of mental ability test, you tend to do well on other tests."


> "IQ scores are good estimates of g [general factor of intelligence] because most IQ tests are based on a battery of tests that sample many mental factors, an important aspect of g."


> "...the attack on tests is, to a very considerable and very frightening degree, an attack on truth itself by those who deal with unpleasant and unflattering truths by denying them and by attacking and trying to destroy the evidence for them."

Cheers.

u/K_Search_0789 · 2 pointsr/quotes

This is a very nice quote actually. I've recently written a book about being alone an I might just use this quote as an opener in the next version of it.

I'm posting the link to my book here. Not sure if it's considered spam or promotion. It's free on amazon anyways. I hope you enjoy reading it. Maybe it helps you get started on your journey of not giving a fuck what others want you to do. Here it is: Alone Time

u/Creole_Bastard · 3 pointsr/quotes

I first read the quote in a book I have called The Way of the Sufi by Idries Shah where it was quoted as "You only truly posses whatever cannot be lost at sea." Online, the quote was written as I posted it, so I went with that.

It's a great book... full of great Classical Sufi writings and quotes.

u/afrosheen · 14 pointsr/quotes

I could not find an online source of this to cite this, but I want to add the full quote, namely the beginning lines that continues to be omitted each time this quote is posted:

>Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year. Today is a king in disguise.

>He is rich who owns the day, and no one owns the day who allows it to be invaded with worry, fret, and anxiety. Finish every day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities no doubt crept in; forget them as soon as you can.

>Tomorrow is a new day; begin it well and serenely and with too high a spirit to be cumbered with your old nonsense. This day is all that is good and fair. It is too dear, with its hopes and invitations to waste a moment on the yesterday.

u/taozero · 3 pointsr/quotes

Cool - so did I. Been along time but I recently watched a documentary on Ram Dass called Fierce Grace. Really good, shows Ram Dass dealing with recovery from his stroke and recaps his life's journey so far. Made me pick up Be Here Now again. You may find it a good view - I think you can watch a sample here.

u/hbomb232 · 2 pointsr/quotes

You would love the version by Birk and Sanders. It is very faithful to the original while being completely modernized. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/0811842134

u/Skeeter_206 · 8 pointsr/quotes

I would argue that market socialism is not outside the spectrum of what you are arguing for. You can have a complete free market where each and every company is a worker cooperative and pay and worker benefits are determined democratically within the workplace, but the consumption of goods and services are still determined in a free market system.

Here's Richard Wolff's book on the idea

u/FK_Preston · 2 pointsr/quotes

The quote is from the book Goodbye, Mr. Nothing (written by yours truly). It can be found here on Amazon Kindle if you're interested. Hope that helps!

https://www.amazon.com/Goodbye-Mr-Nothing-Called-Book-ebook/dp/B078YLV7VT/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1516327437&sr=1-1&keywords=Goodbye%2C+Mr.+Nothing

u/Santero · 2 pointsr/quotes

Highly recommend this book - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Risk-The-Science-Politics-Fear/dp/0753515539 - one of those rare books that really, truly changed my outlook on the world.

u/joe_n · 2 pointsr/quotes

One of my favorites by him. I forget if it contains this lecture, but I would highly recommend The Meaning of It All: Thoughts of a Citizen-Scientist for anyone with an open mind and a critical outlook.

Then again, I would probably recommend all of his books to almost anyone :P

u/Dat_Dad · 1 pointr/quotes

Yeah, “The Fifth Science” is a really good book. Here it is:
The Fifth Science https://www.amazon.com/dp/1796356301?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share

u/Roycewho · 3 pointsr/quotes

There is neither Good nor evil. There simply, “is”.

We use words to describe something’s “is-ness”. However what it “is” depends almost entirely on the context in which it appears and/or how it is perceived by the observer. The difference between narcissism (bad) and confidence (Good) is how the phenomenon manifest.

Many of these ideas are better articulated by experts such as

Edmund Husserl and his theory of phenomenology
https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/phenomenology/

Also discussed by Mark Twain in “Mere Christianity”
https://www.amazon.com/Mere-Christianity-C-S-Lewis/dp/0060652926

Robert Anton in “Prometheus Rising”
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prometheus_Rising

u/cuprous_veins · 2 pointsr/quotes

I just finished reading this biography of him. I definitely recommend it. Biographies have a way of humanizing people more than quotes ever could.