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Made up today | August 16, 2006

“I had the great misfortune of learning the meaning of life before earning any money” -Scorwitz

This one comes from temping at a law firm and eating lunch in the cafeteria where all these future attornies (current law school students) are sitting around talking about how much money they want to make and where they want their careers to go.  I’m figuring that at least half of them will eventually decide, probably during their midlife crisis, that money isn’t everything and they’ll quit practicing law.  Fortunately for them they will already have amassed a small fortune, and I’ll still be a poor singer, trying to follow my passion.

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I'm just a guy trying to get through this crazy thing called life. I set this site up to store quotes that I've heard, read or made up on my own. Some are from famous people and some are just things that me or someone in my presence said that rang out as "Quot-a-ble".

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