Being Easily Fooled Famous Quotes & Sayings

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4 Being Easily Fooled Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Being Easily Fooled Sayings By Greg Behrendt: I always say that I love magic but I hate magicians. I like being fooled. I always say that I love magic but I hate magicians. I like being fooled. If you wave your hands in front of my face and I think you're doing a trick, I'm easily impressed. If you pull a quarter out of my ear, I'm quite certain you're a wizard. But I don't like the way most magicians don't act like they're magical; they act like show business dicks. — Greg Behrendt
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Being Easily Fooled Sayings By Salman Rushdie: But she had loved her philosopher so strongly that she had made him believe that But she had loved her philosopher so strongly that she had made him believe that her body was aroused and ecstatic. Ibn Rushd had been fooled. Men were easily deceived in such matters because they wanted to believe they had the power to arouse. She wanted to make him believe he pleased her. But the truth was that she could give physical pleasure to a man but not receive it, she could only imagine what such pleasure might be like, she could watch and learn, and offer up to her lover the outward signs of it, while trying to fool herself, as well as him, that yes, she was being pleasured too, which made her an actress, a phony, and a self-deceiving fool. — Salman Rushdie
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Being Easily Fooled Sayings By Patty Houser: To love God with our hearts and our minds, let's resolve to glorify God by To love God with our hearts and our minds, let's resolve to glorify God by not being women who fool others or who are easily fooled ourselves. Avoiding a bad thought day depends on it. — Patty Houser
Being Easily Fooled Sayings By Howard Zinn: I suggest that if you know history, then you might not be so easily fooled I suggest that if you know history, then you might not be so easily fooled by the government when it tells you you must go to war for this or that reason -that history is a protective armor against being misled. — Howard Zinn