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1969


“We live all too brief a span.  What little we have should not be wasted.”
“True verse and music grow from suffering.”
“Money, pardon the expression, is like manure.  It's not worth a thing unless it's spread around, encouraging young things to grow.”
“What I like and what I need are two different things.”
“Don’t ever hit your mother with a shovel.  It leaves a dull impression on her mind.”
“For once, man will have a God-like control over his own destiny.  He will have a chance to transcend and evolve with some equality for all.”
“A man is not worth a cent until he’s forty.  We just pay him wages until then, to make mistakes.”
“I’ve worked hard and I’ve become rich and friendless and mean.  In America, that’s about as far as you can go.”
“They’re not scared of you, they’re scared of what you represent.  What you represent to them is freedom.”
“There’s a million pigeons waiting to be hooked on new religions.”
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