William C. Brown Quotes

William C. Brown Quotes: The deviant that does not observe the trivial uses of the language is a poet, a deviant who violates the banal customs of society is a criminal.
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William C. Brown Quote: Man is the only animal for whom his own stupid existence is a problem which he has to try in vain to solve.
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Quotes about William C. Brown: The true language of commerce is the natural conversation between human beings.
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Quote about William C. Brown: Examples of human stupidity. Blasphemy in Pakistan can now include spelling errors by children or throwing away a card bearing the name
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William C. Brown Sayings: If you can't share wealth, prosperity and happiness, then you must at least share suffering, pain and death. To destroy in order to create!
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William C. Brown Saying: Repetita iuvant. Italy, a land of great saints, poets, sailors, artists, statesmen, businessmen, lawyers, intellectuals, professors, journalists, whores, gangsters, religious parasites and dickheads.
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Sayings about William C. Brown: In order to be a writer, first you must become an alive dead spirit.
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Saying about William C. Brown: We all live in a small unique world, that's why we need at least one sole common language.
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William C. Brown Quotes: How can you fight stupidity effectively? The answer is simple: it's not easy.
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