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Men who think that a woman`s past love affairs lessen her love for them are usually stupid and weak.

Marilyn Monroe

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There is no fate that plans men`s lives. Whatever comes to us, good or bad, is usually the result of our own action or lack of action.

Herbert Casson

Life`s short. Anything could happen, and it usually does, so there is no point in sitting around thinking about all the ifs, ands and buts.

Amy Winehouse

It`s the actors who are prepared to make fools of themselves who are usually the ones who come to mean something to the audience.

Christian Bale

It is well known that theoretical physicists cannot handle experimental equipment; it breaks whenever they touch it. Pauli was such a good theoretical physicist that something usually broke in the lab whenever he merely stepped across the threshold.

George Gamow

We`re all born with curiosity, but at some point, school usually manages to knock that out of us. I feel that my main responsibility as a teacher isn`t to convey facts, but to rekindle that lost enthusiasm for asking questions.

Max Tegmark

Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it.

Henry David Thoreau

People usually think that technology and the human touch are incompatible. My mission is to prove them wrong.

Bertalan Mesko

Because personalized filters usually have no Zoom Out function, it's easy to lose your bearings, to believe the world is a narrow island when in fact it's an immense, varied continent.

Eli Pariser

When one is amazed and heartsick, it’s usually best to say nothing, for in that state, any word will be the wrong word.

Stephen King

Collective thinking is usually short-lived. We`re fickle, stupid beings with poor memories and a great gift for self-destruction.

Suzanne Collins

When we ask advice, we are usually looking for an accomplice.

Joseph-Louis Lagrange

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The right thing to do and the hard thing to do are usually the same thing.

Steve Maraboli

To understand our civilisation, one must appreciate that the extended order resulted not from human design or intention but spontaneously: it arose from unintentionally conforming to certain traditional and largely moral practices, many of which men tend to dislike, whose significance they usually fail to understand, whose validity they cannot prove, and which have nonetheless fairly rapidly spread by means of an evolutionary selection - the comparative increase of population and wealth - of those groups that happened to follow them.

Friedrich Hayek

When we recall Christmas past, we usually find that the simplest things - not the great occasions - give off the greatest glow of happiness.

Bob Hope

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