Mason And Dixon Famous Quotes & Sayings

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Pinterest Share on Linkedin

20 Mason And Dixon Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Mason And Dixon Sayings By Kenny Chesney: Southern girls are God's gift to the entire male population. There is absolutely no woman Southern girls are God's gift to the entire male population. There is absolutely no woman finer than one raised below the mason-dixon line and once you go southern may the good Lord help you - you never go back — Kenny Chesney
More Pictures »
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: I had my Boswell, once," Mason tells Boswell, "Dixon and I. We had a joint I had my Boswell, once," Mason tells Boswell, "Dixon and I. We had a joint Boswell. Preacher nam'd Cherrycoke. Scribbling ev'rything down, just like you, Sir. Have you," twirling his Hand in Ellipses, - "you know, ever . . . had one yourself? If I'm not prying." "Had one what?" "Hum . . . a Boswell, Sir, - I mean, of your own. Well you couldn't very well call him that, being one yourself, - say, a sort of Shadow ever in the Room who has haunted you, preserving your ev'ry spoken remark, - " "Which else would have been lost forever to the great Wind of Oblivion, - think," armsweep south, "as all civiliz'd Britain gathers at this hour, how much shapely Expression, from the titl'd Gambler, the Barmaid's Suitor, the offended Fopling, the gratified Toss-Pot, is simply fading away upon the Air, out under the Door, into the Evening and the Silence beyond. All those voices. Why not pluck a few words from the multitudes rushing toward the Void of forgetfulness? — Thomas Pynchon
More Pictures »
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Ulysses S. Grant: If we are to have another contest in the near future of our national existence, If we are to have another contest in the near future of our national existence, I predict that the dividing line will not be Mason and Dixon's but between patriotism and intelligence on the one side, and superstition, ambition and ignorance on the other. — Ulysses S. Grant
More Pictures »
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Robert Duvall: My father's people ... are from Fairfax in northern Virginia, just across the Mason-Dixon line. My father's people ... are from Fairfax in northern Virginia, just across the Mason-Dixon line. So it was an honour to play Lee, he was a great general. — Robert Duvall
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Andrew Himes: Norris's politics fit well with the Klan because he had a holistic view of how Norris's politics fit well with the Klan because he had a holistic view of how race, religion, morality, and politics fit together. Commenting on an interracial marriage that took place at a church in New York, Norris said, "I can name to you a people south of the Mason-Dixon Line that if a Negro should take a white girl's hand in marriage that girl would be without a Negro husband before the sun arose the next morning." Furthermore, said Norris, he would gladly perform the funeral. [100] — Andrew Himes
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: Dixon, our, um, Lives? are in Danger?" "Hardly enough to interrupt a perfectly good - Dixon, our, um, Lives? are in Danger?" "Hardly enough to interrupt a perfectly good - " Here he is silenc'd by an immense Thunder-Bolt from directly overhead, as their frail Prism is bleach'd in unholy Light. " - Saturday Night for, is it I ask you . . . ?" his Head emerging at last from beneath a Blanket, "Mason? Say, Mason, - are thee . . . ?" Mason, now outside, pushes aside the Tent-flap with his head, but does not enter. "Dixon. I will now seek Shelter beneath that Waggon out there, d'ye see it? If you wish to join me, there's room." "Bit too much Iron there for me, thanks all the same. — Thomas Pynchon
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: They are examin'd skeptickally. "Not from the Press, are you?" " 'Pon my Word," cry They are examin'd skeptickally. "Not from the Press, are you?" " 'Pon my Word," cry both Surveyors at once. "Drummers of some kind's my guess," puts in a Countryman, his Rifle at his Side, "am I right, Gents?" "What'll we say?" mutters Mason urgently to Dixon. "Oh, do allow me," says Dixon to Mason. Adverting to the Room, "Why aye, Right as a Right Angle, we're out here to ruffle up some business with any who may be in need of Surveying, London-Style, - Astronomickally precise, optickally up-to-the-Minute, surprisingly cheap. The Behavior of the Stars is the most perfect Motion there is, and we know how to read it all, just as you'd read a Clock-Face. We have Lenses that never lie, and Micrometers fine enough to subtend the Width of a Hair upon a Martian's Eye-ball. This looks like a bustling Town, plenty of activity in the Land-Trades, where think yese'd be a good place to start?" with an amiability that Mason recognizes as peculiarly Quaker, - Friendly Business. — Thomas Pynchon
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Questlove: I was born at a very crucial time. I consider 1968 to be the Mason I was born at a very crucial time. I consider 1968 to be the Mason Dixon line between pre- and post-civil rights generation ideas, whereas a lot of people born before '68 they kind of went into that Moses mentality. Like, I'm not going to make it, you know, I don't have any hope. — Questlove
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Scott Porter: If any of you have ever lived down south of the Mason-Dixon line, you know If any of you have ever lived down south of the Mason-Dixon line, you know that late September still means summer heat. — Scott Porter
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Ed Bearss: I dont want to call it a conspiracy to ignore the role of the Blacks, I dont want to call it a conspiracy to ignore the role of the Blacks, both above and below the Mason-Dixon Line, but it was definitely a tendency that began around 1910 — Ed Bearss
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Isabel Wilkerson: Over the course of the next twenty-four hours, they would have to collect their belongings Over the course of the next twenty-four hours, they would have to collect their belongings and change trains in Jackson, Tennessee, to board the Illinois Central Railroad, the legendary rail system that, for a great portion of the twentieth century, carried upward of a million colored people from the Deep South up the country's central artery, across the Mason-Dixon Line, and into a new world called the Midwest. It carried so many southern blacks north that Chicago would go from 1.8 percent black at the start of the twentieth century to one-third black by the time the flow of people finally began to slow in 1970. Detroit's black population would skyrocket from 1.4 percent to 44 percent during the era of the Migration. — Isabel Wilkerson
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Jana Deleon: I've barely said five words to you. What indication could you possibly have that I I've barely said five words to you. What indication could you possibly have that I am a Yankee?"
"Well, we could start with the words 'what indication.' Someone from south of the Mason-Dixon would have said, 'Who the hell are you calling a Yankee?' Then we would have fought. — Jana Deleon
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: Mason is able to inspect the long Map, fragrant, elegantly cartouch'd with Indians and Instruments, Mason is able to inspect the long Map, fragrant, elegantly cartouch'd with Indians and Instruments, at last. Ev'ry place they ran it, ev'ry House pass'd by, Road cross'd, the Ridge-lines and Creeks, Forests and Glades, Water ev'ry-where, and the Dragon nearly visible. "So, - so. This is the Line as all shall see it after its Copper-Plate 'Morphosis, - and all History remember? This is what ye expect me to sign off on?" "Not the worst I've handed in. And had they wish'd to pay for Coloring? Why, tha'd scarcely knaah the Place . . . ?" "This is beauteous Work. Emerson was right, Jeremiah. You were flying, all the time." Dixon, his face darken'd by the Years of Weather, may be allowing himself to blush in safety. "Could have us'd a spot of Orpiment, all the same. Some Lapis . . . ? — Thomas Pynchon
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Thomas Pynchon: Mason prefers to switch over to Tea, when it is Dixon's turn to begin shaking Mason prefers to switch over to Tea, when it is Dixon's turn to begin shaking his head. "Can't understand how anyone abides that stuff." "How so?" Mason unable not to react. "Well, it's disgusting, isn't it? Half-rotted Leaves, scalded with boiling Water and then left to lie, and soak, and bloat?" "Disgusting? this is Tea, Friend, Cha, - what all tasteful London drinks, - that," pollicating the Coffee-Pot, "is what's disgusting." "Au contraire," Dixon replies, "Coffee is an art, where precision is all, - Water-Temperature, mean particle diameter, ratio of Coffee to Water or as we say, CTW, and dozens more Variables I'd mention, were they not so clearly out of thy technical Grasp, - — Thomas Pynchon
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Matthew D. Heines: Wisdom of the Ages: "Uppity" How Obama's new aggressive style is described below the Mason-Dixon Wisdom of the Ages: "Uppity" How Obama's new aggressive style is described below the Mason-Dixon line. — Matthew D. Heines
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Robert Duvall: You get below the Mason-Dixon line and you have some of the best music, culture, You get below the Mason-Dixon line and you have some of the best music, culture, the two races, the literature, and it's so rich. — Robert Duvall
Mason And Dixon Sayings By J. E. B. Stuart: I desire my children to be educated south of the Mason Dixon line and always I desire my children to be educated south of the Mason Dixon line and always to retain right of domicile in the Confederate States. — J. E. B. Stuart
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Katee Robert: A Short Southern Screw? So I was right. You're craving something south ot the Mason-Dixon A Short Southern Screw? So I was right. You're craving something south ot the Mason-Dixon Line."
He moved closer, crowding her even though there was still a good twelve inches between them.
"I can assure you, though, I'm a man who isn't short in any sense of the word. — Katee Robert
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Ned Beatty: I was born just barely south of the Mason Dixon line. I was born just barely south of the Mason Dixon line. — Ned Beatty
Mason And Dixon Sayings By Glenn Beck: I can't read Mason & Dixon, since my mind's so shitty, I can't process it! I can't read Mason & Dixon, since my mind's so shitty, I can't process it! — Glenn Beck