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Scriblings over the years


Submitted:Nov 13, 2008    Reads: 125    Comments: 6    Likes: 6   


If you want to make history, you'll need more than flour and eggs.

The truth to tomorow lies in today.

Wisdom is a room that once found, leaves you lost.

Confusion is oil for the cogs of the mind, knowledge is sawdust.

Religion is endorsed cult.

An autobiography should end in a last breathe, not a full stop.

A fool on a horse works twice as hard.

Maid in China, will serve your tray for next to nothing.





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