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  • Nothing is ever accomplished by a reasonable man.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • Make money and the whole nation will conspire to call you a gentleman.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • We know there is intention and purpose in the universe, because there is intention and purpose in us.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • Better never than late.
    (George Bernard Shaw)


  • The more I see of the moneyed classes, the more I understand the guillotine.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • I like a bit of a mongrel myself, whether its a man or a dog. Theyre the best for every day.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • The savage bows down to idols of wood and stone, the civilized man to idols of flesh and blood.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • I talk democracy to these men and women. I tell them that they have the vote, and that theirs is the kingdom and the power and the glory. I say to them You are supreme exercise your power. They say, That's right tell us what to do and I tell t.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • You are all fundamentalists with a top dressing of science. That is why you are the stupidest of conservatives and reactionists in politics and the most bigoted of obstructionists in science itself.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • I am a Millionaire. That is my religion.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • I am sure that if people had to choose between living where the noise of children never stopped and where it was never heard, all the good-natured and sound people would prefer the incessant noise to the incessant silence.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • It is the sexless novel that should be distinguished the sex novel is now normal.
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • We throw the whole drudgery of creation one sex, and then imply that no female of any delicacy would initiate any effort in that direction
    (George Bernard Shaw)

  • It would positively be a relief to me to dig him up and throw stones at him.
    (George Bernard Shaw)


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