Curious George 2 Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Curious George 2 Sayings By Curious George Brigade: There is no master cabal organizing the three-hundred plus Food Not Bombs or mad genius There is no master cabal organizing the three-hundred plus Food Not Bombs or mad genius organizing the dozens of Indymedia's across the globe. We can all be the Johnny and Jane Appleseeds of anarchist counter-structure. We do this by harvesting good ideas and strategies from across the globe and replacing them on the local level. And while our passions and ideas should be brash, we should also be inspired by our day-to-day victories. People need to feel encouraged to start small, realizing the infrastructure begets infrastructure. — Curious George Brigade
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Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: It was curious how that beetlelike type proliferated in the Ministries: little dumpy men, growing It was curious how that beetlelike type proliferated in the Ministries: little dumpy men, growing stout very early in life, with short legs, swift scuttling movements, and fat inscrutable faces with very small eyes. It was the type that seemed to flourish best under the dominion of the Party. — George Orwell
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Curious George 2 Sayings By George Harrison: I consider myself perfectly normal, and I don't know of any part of my life I consider myself perfectly normal, and I don't know of any part of my life that would be so unusual as to interest the idly curious. — George Harrison
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Curious George 2 Sayings By Penny Reid: Curious, I asked, "Why do I scare you so much?""You don't scare me," she responded Curious, I asked, "Why do I scare you so much?"

"You don't scare me," she responded immediately, sounding defensive.

"Then why are your hands shaking?"

Jennifer let the spoon fall into the batter bowl and leaned against the counter, her eyes lifting for the briefest of seconds. "You don't scare me, I'm just . . . I'm just nervous."

"Why're you nervous?"

"Because . . . because . . . because you're dangerous. And I have a hard time believing your revenge plan involved anything as benign as a male stripper."

"Make no mistake, George is not benign. He is an eighty-five-year-old committed professional and brings his gun. Well, he brings both his guns. — Penny Reid
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Curious George 2 Sayings By Curious George Brigade: Within a diverse swarm of individuals and small groups, resistance can be anywhere and anything; Within a diverse swarm of individuals and small groups, resistance can be anywhere and anything; everywhere and all the time. — Curious George Brigade
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Curious George 2 Sayings By Curious George Brigade: One of the most inefficient utopias I have ever seen was that of a humble One of the most inefficient utopias I have ever seen was that of a humble Zapatista village in the mountains of Southeastern Mexico. I kid you not, the entire village sits down and takes days to make a single decision! Everyone gets a chance to hear and be heard, and some questions take eons of time, but everyone is patient and respectful. Things actually get done. It's as if time was suddenly transformed from the tickling of a Newtonian clock to something that revolved around ordinary folks. — Curious George Brigade
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Curious George 2 Sayings By Rose George: In some of the great cities of Europe - Paris, Vienna, Prague, and Brussels - In some of the great cities of Europe - Paris, Vienna, Prague, and Brussels - tourists bored with life above ground can descend below. All these cities have sewer museums and tours, and all expose their underbelly willingly to the curious. But not London, arguably the home of the most splendid sewer network in Europe. — Rose George
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Curious George 2 Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: Revelations: A curious record of the visions of a drug addict. Revelations: A curious record of the visions of a drug addict. — George Bernard Shaw
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Curious George 2 Sayings By George Eliot: It is curious what patches of hardness and tenderness lie side by side in men's It is curious what patches of hardness and tenderness lie side by side in men's dispositions. I suppose he has some test by which he finds out whom Heaven cares for. — George Eliot
Curious George 2 Sayings By Liza M. Wiemer: Frankie, I'm fully awake and more curious than George. If we hang up I'll lie Frankie, I'm fully awake and more curious than George. If we hang up I'll lie here formulating a million reasons for your call, none of them your truth, and that would drive me crazy. You wouldn't do that to the guy who has your grandmother's old phone number, would you? Trust me, you can tell me anything. - Emerson — Liza M. Wiemer
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: in spite of the men who gripped him by each shoulder, the prisoner stepped slightly in spite of the men who gripped him by each shoulder, the prisoner stepped slightly aside to avoid a puddle on the path on the way to the gallows. It is curious, but till that moment I had never realized what it means to destroy a healthy, conscious man. When I saw the prisoner step aside to avoid the puddle, I saw the mystery, the unspeakable wrongness, of cutting a life short when it is in full tide. This man was not dying, he was alive just as we were alive. — George Orwell
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: The past is a curious thing. It's with you all the time. I suppose an The past is a curious thing. It's with you all the time. I suppose an hour never passes without your thinking of things that happened ten or twenty years ago, and yet most of the time it's got no reality, it's just a set of facts that you've learned, like a lot of stuff in a history book. Then some chance sight or sound or smell, especially smell, sets you going, and the past doesn't merely come back to you, you're actually IN the past. It was like that at this moment. — George Orwell
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: It's curious how it gets you down to have a sticky neck. It's curious how it gets you down to have a sticky neck. — George Orwell
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: It struck him as curious that you could create dead men but not living ones. It struck him as curious that you could create dead men but not living ones. Comrade Ogilvy, who had never existed in the present, now existed in the past, and when once the act of forgery was forgotten, he would exist just as authentically, and upon the same evidence, as Charlemagne or Julius Caesar. — George Orwell
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Combe: He has a number of curious facts in illustration of the power of mere goodness He has a number of curious facts in illustration of the power of mere goodness to protect against outrage. — George Combe
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: We have in England a curious belief in first-rate people, meaning all the people we We have in England a curious belief in first-rate people, meaning all the people we do not know; and this consoles us for the undeniable second-rateness of the people we do know. — George Bernard Shaw
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Eliot: Autobiography at least saves a man or woman that the world is curious about from Autobiography at least saves a man or woman that the world is curious about from the publication of a string of mistakes called 'Memoirs. — George Eliot
Curious George 2 Sayings By Susan Mitchell: [On writer George Moore:] ... I grew curious about Moore. Yet when at the rehearsal [On writer George Moore:] ... I grew curious about Moore. Yet when at the rehearsal of 'Countess Cathleen' in some dark by-way of London, I was told he was present, I cannot recall any form, only an irritation in the dusty atmosphere. — Susan Mitchell
Curious George 2 Sayings By George R R Martin: Or been driven away," their father said, looking at the sixth pup. His fur was Or been driven away," their father said, looking at the sixth pup. His fur was white, where the rest of the litter was grey. His eyes were as red as the blood of the ragged man who had died that morning. Bran thought it curious that this pup alone would have opened his eyes while the others were still blind. "An albino," Theon Greyjoy said with wry amusement. "This one will die even faster than the others." Jon Snow gave his father's ward a long, chilling look. "I think not, Greyjoy," he said. "This one belongs to me. — George R R Martin
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: It was curious how that predestined horror moved in and out of one's consciousness. There It was curious how that predestined horror moved in and out of one's consciousness. There it lay, fixed in future times, preceding death as surely as 99 precedes 100. One could not avoid it, but one could perhaps postpone it: and yet instead, every now and again, by a conscious, wilful act, one chose to shorten the interval before it happened. — George Orwell
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Bernard Shaw: I am a sort of collector of religions: and the curious thing is that I I am a sort of collector of religions: and the curious thing is that I find I can believe in them all. — George Bernard Shaw
Curious George 2 Sayings By William Goldman: Look. (Grow-ups skip this paragraph.) I'm not about to tell you this book has a Look. (Grow-ups skip this paragraph.) I'm not about to tell you this book has a tragic ending. I already said in the very first line how it is my favorite in all the world. But there's a lot of bad stuff coming up, torture you've already been prepared for, but there's worse. There's death coming up, and you better understand this: Some of the wrong people die. Be ready for it. This isn't Curious George Uses the Potty. Nobody warned me and it was my own fault (you'll see what I mean in a little) and that was my mistake, so I'm not letting it happen to you. The wrong people die, some of them, and the reason is this: life is not fair. Forget all the garbage your parents put out. — William Goldman
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Saintsbury: Nothing is more curious than the almost savage hostility that Humour excites in those who Nothing is more curious than the almost savage hostility that Humour excites in those who lack it. — George Saintsbury
Curious George 2 Sayings By Curious George Brigade: It's easier to ponder the future than it is to do something about the present. It's easier to ponder the future than it is to do something about the present. — Curious George Brigade
Curious George 2 Sayings By Curious George Brigade: Anarchy has the flexibility to overcome many of the traditional problems of activism by focusing Anarchy has the flexibility to overcome many of the traditional problems of activism by focusing on revolution not as another cause but as a philosophy of living. This philosophy is as concrete as a brick being thrown through a window or flowers growing in the garden. By making our daily lives revolutionary, we destroy the artificial separation between activism and everyday life. Why settle for comrades and fellow activists when we can have friends and lovers? — Curious George Brigade
Curious George 2 Sayings By William Goldman: Some of the wrong people die. Be ready for it. This isn't Curious George Uses Some of the wrong people die. Be ready for it. This isn't Curious George Uses the Potty. — William Goldman
Curious George 2 Sayings By Curious George Brigade: We don't need unity in theory, we need solidarity in practice. We don't need unity in theory, we need solidarity in practice. — Curious George Brigade
Curious George 2 Sayings By George MacDonald: [T]wo of you can be no match for the three giants, I will find you, [T]wo of you can be no match for the three giants, I will find you, if I can, a third brother, who will take on himself the third share of the fight, and the preparation ... I will show him to you in a glass, and, when he comes, you will know him at once. If he will share your endeavors, you must teach him all you know, and he will repay you well, in present song, and in future deeds.'
She opened the door of a curious old cabinet that stood in the room. On the inside of this door was an oval convex mirror ... we at length saw reflected the place where we stood, and the old dame seated in her chair ... at the feet of the dame lay a young man ... weeping.
'Surely this youth will not serve our ends,' said I, 'for he weeps.'
The old woman smiled. 'Past tears are present strength,'said she. — George MacDonald
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Washington Cable: There came to port last Sunday night the queerest little craft, without an inch of There came to port last Sunday night the queerest little craft, without an inch of rigging on; I looked and looked - and laughed. It seemed so curious that she should cross the unknown water, and moor herself within my room - my daughter! O my daughter! — George Washington Cable
Curious George 2 Sayings By George Orwell: It is curious, but till that moment I had never realized what it means to It is curious, but till that moment I had never realized what it means to destroy a healthy, conscious man. When I saw the prisoner step aside to avoid the puddle, I saw the mystery, the unspeakable wrongness, of cutting a life short when it is in full tide. This man was not dying, he was alive just as we were alive. All the organs of his body were working - bowels digesting food, skin renewing itself, nails growing, tissues forming - toiling away in solemn foolery. His nails would still be growing when he stood on the drop, when he was falling through the air with a tenth of a second to live. His eyes saw the yellow gravel and the grey walls, and his brain still remembered, foresaw, reasoned - reasoned even about puddles. He and we were a party of men walking together, seeing, hearing, feeling, understanding the same world; and in two minutes, with a sudden snap, one of us would be gone - one mind less, one world less. — George Orwell