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1948


“You must be very circumspect in society.”
“He who takes whatever God sends with smile has learned life's hardest lesson.”
"This above all, to thine own self be true."
“We brought nothing into this world and it's certain we can carry nothing out.”
“As long as there's no find the noble brotherhood will last, but when the piles of gold begin to grow, that's when the trouble starts.”
“If you was to make a real strike, you couldn’t be dragged away.  Not even the threat of miserable death would keep you from trying to add ten thousand more.  Ten you’d want to get twenty-five, twenty-five you’d want to get fifty, fifty a hundred.  Like roulette. One more turn, you know.  Always one more.”
“I don’t like to see things going good or bad.  I like ‘em in-between.”
“There’s three times in a man’s life when he has a right to yell at the moon: when he marries, when his children come, and when he finishes a job he had to be crazy to start.”
“Which would you rather have, what’s behind or what might be ahead?”
“The reason Uncle Chris drove so fast was that it gave him a feeling of freedom denied him when he walked.”
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