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"You are free to enjoy your life the way YOU want to. Stand up straight & proud and walk confidently down the road of life. Be proud of who you are. You are a who and not a what. Always remember you are not alone. That is important no matter a person's orientation. It's important for all human beings."

 

-SuzH-

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"A "Normal" person is the sort of person that might be designed by a committee. You know, each person puts in a pretty color and it comes out gray."

 

-Alan Sherman-

 

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"Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind."

 

-Dr. Seuss-

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"The truth will set you free

But first it will piss you off"

 

Gloria Steinem

 

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"In the mixing and matching of two largely unknown histories (of genetic endowment and personal experience) the only sane foregone conclusion about any relationship, is that it is an experiment ; and that exactly what it is an experiment in, will never be clear to the participants"

 

Adam Phillips

 

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"Beware the flawless performance"

 

Chinese Proverb

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"How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Four; calling a tail a leg doesn't make it a leg"

 

Abraham Lincoln

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Who is Kurt Vonnegut ?

 

I can read the label on this box, it says two dozen socks.

That's how I know this box, is not filled with rocks !

I can read, I can read, this label's what I can read

 

Some muppet from Sesame Street , speaking on the subject of encouraging widespread literacy among the mainstream TV watching youth populace, and instilling a sense of it's importance

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