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Alfred Hitchcock - Bring Back Murder in the Home
You'd think that Alfred Hitchcock, master of mystery and suspense, didn't like television, especially since he was such a successful and in-demand movie director and producer. But Hitchcock, along with Walt Disney, was the first Hollywood mogul to recognize the potential of television. This… [ Read More ]
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Don't Worry About a Thing, Bob Marley
“Don’t worry about a thing, every little thing is gonna be alright.” Bob Marley Quotes Any fan of Bob Marley knows this line from the song Three Little Birds. In just a few lines it captures the very essence of life in the Caribbean where everything moves at a snail’s pace, change is s… [ Read More ]
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Friendship Quotes help you know who your real friends are
Anyone who has a Facebook account knows that there are more than a few users who like to brag about the number of friends they have. A person can even categorize them as acquaintances, close friends, relatives, etc. While this is done primarily for reasons of convenience and privacy, it forc… [ Read More ]
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Quotes About Life to Jump-start your Day
Are you sitting down? Good. Grab a pencil, because you're about to get a massive dose of inspirational quotes about life that you will want to remember. Whether you are suffering from the post-holiday letdown, anxious about the upcoming Valentine's Day love lottery, or just feeling like ev… [ Read More ]
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Attitude Quotes to Adjust your Weekend
Is it just me or was this the longest week ever? I blame it on the moon. Scientists confirm that the moon slows down the rotation of the earth... is it possible that a full moon makes the days seem longer? But it's the weekend... time to adjust our attitude so we can fully enjoy the glori… [ Read More ]
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Kissing Quotes - Read at your Own Risk
"The decision to kiss for the first time is the most crucial one in any love story." Do you agree with these words by Emil Ludwig? Do you remember your first kiss? Or the first time you kissed your girlfriend or husband? Maybe for some of you, there was a "first kiss" on Valentine's Day.… [ Read More ]
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Presidential Pop Quiz: Quotes by Famous Men from American History
In honor of Presidents' Day, greatquotes.com has compiled a pop quiz of quotes by Famous Men in American History (aka, the guys we can thank for our holiday on Monday). Let's see if you can guess which one of our Founding Fathers is responsible for the following presidential quotes? "You… [ Read More ]
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Valentine's Day Quotes Good for Every Day
Valentine's Day is upon us! Are you excited? In a state of panic? Depressed? Here at great-quotes.com we're here to help, not just with love quotes, but because we care, we have some suggestions for making the day as successful as possible.If it is true that "There is only one happiness … [ Read More ]
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Shakespeare or not Shakespeare Quotes that May Surprise You!
Have you ever noticed how many famous quotes are attributed to the wrong author? Quotes from the Bible are often attributed to Shakespeare or Mark Twain, and vice versa. Today we're going to clear up some of the misquoted phrases written by The Bard, and, recognizing his gift with romantic … [ Read More ]
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Happy 84th birthday Martin Luther King
Martin Luther's life was tragically short, but his list of accomplishments long. Just 39 when he was felled by an assassin's bullet, Martin Luther King, Jr. has continued to inspire us through his deeds, beliefs, leadership and words long after he slipped his earthly bonds. Even with … [ Read More ]
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Will Summer Blockbusters Hold a Candle to Classic Movie Quotes?
My husband and I had a rare evening together this weekend ... the teenagers had flown the coop for the night, the gardening was done and we hadn't been to the theater in months. We searched the movie listings only to come up empty. Then I realized, this is the "dead time" before the arriva… [ Read More ]
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Celebrating his 200th Birthday with Charles Dickens Quotes
February 7 marks 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' birthday and all stops are being pulled out in Britain to celebrate the occasion, with a graveside ceremony attended by descendants of the Victorian novelist as well as luminaries from literature, theater, and members of the Royal Family… [ Read More ]
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Marilyn Monroe's Take on Hollywood
"Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul."Marilyn Monroe's Quotes - One of the most enduring sex symbols of our time, Marilyn Monroe continues to capture our imagination decades later. Michelle Williams was nominated for her port… [ Read More ]
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Groucho Had the Write Stuff
Though known as a member of the famous Marx Brothers and later the host of television's You Bet Your Life, Groucho Marx actually considered himself a writer first, and a comedian second. That would make sense, given his remarkable ability to twist a phrase, as evidenced in this Groucho Mar… [ Read More ]
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Neil Armstrong - Where is he now?
"That's one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind." view quoteIt would be hard to find anyone who doesn't know these 12 words by heart. Uttered by Neil Armstrong as he took his first step on the moon July 20, 1969, they are words that perfectly capture the significance of one of… [ Read More ]
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A Somber, Unforgettable Lincoln Address
"The Almighty has His own purposes."How little did President Abraham Lincoln know that these words in his Second Inaugural Address would be so prophetic as well as haunting. Lincoln delivered the address on March 4, 1865. Forty-five days later, he would be dead, the victim of an assassin's … [ Read More ]
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A peaceful change of power.
An amazing thing happened on Jan. 21. Without the need for revolution, insurgency, terrorism or war, the power of the American government changed. True, it didn't change much this time around. But every four years, for better or worse, our leadership changes without the need for bloodsh… [ Read More ]
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PSA about P, S, and A (Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle)
Plato was a Greek philosopher and instrumental in shaping much of Western reasoning and logic.  His teacher and contemporary was Socrates.   He illuminated his philosophy, and that of his teacher's, with various dialogues.  The dialogues feature Socrates talking to one or more student or… [ Read More ]
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Happy Birthday Mr. Einstein
Albert Einstein Born 14 March 1879 - 18 April 1955 One of the brilliant minds of the 20th century, the German-born physicist Albert Einstein was seminal in establishing modern physics with his general theory of relativity and quantum theory that effectively paved the way for nuclear science… [ Read More ]
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Life After Debt.
A lot of high-fiving is going on in Washington D.C. right now. After months of ignoring the issue of the fiscal cliff, the legislative and executive branches finally put their heads together and put their divisions and divisiveness aside long enough to pass a bill on New Years Day. But… [ Read More ]
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Inspirational quotes on facing failures
The fear of failure plaques many, especially among salaried workers who are afraid that being seen a failure creates a wall to their chances of getting a promotion. As Shakespeare once said, "Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win, by fearing to attempt." The l… [ Read More ]
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