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    "Things are more like they are now than they have ever been." -President Gerald Ford
    "My fellow astronauts..."
    -Vice-President Dan Quayle, beginning a speech at an Apollo 11 anniversary celebration.
    "Capital punishment is our society's recognition of the sanctity of human life."
    -Orrin Hatch, Senator from Utah, explaining his support of the death penalty.
    "China is a big country, inhabited by many Chinese."
    -Charles de Gaulle, ex-French President
    "I stand by all the misstatements."
    -Dan Quayle, defending himself against criticism for making verbal gaffes
    "Gerald Ford was a Communist"
    -Ronald Reagan in a speech. He later indicated he meant to say 'Congressman'.
    "Outside of the killings, Washington D.C. has one of the lowest crime rates in the country."
    -Mayor Marion Barry, Washington D.C.
    "We found the term 'killing' too broad."
    -State Department more...

    Things are more like they are now than they have ever been. -President Gerald Ford "My fellow astronauts..."-Vice-President Dan Quayle, beginning a speech at an Apollo 11 anniversary celebration. "Capital punishment is our society's recognition of the sanctity of human life."-Orrin Hatch, Senator from Utah, explaining his support of the death penalty. "China is a big country, inhabited by many Chinese."-Charles de Gaulle, ex-French President "I stand by all the misstatements."-Dan Quayle, defending himself against criticism for making verbal gaffes "Gerald Ford was a Communist"-Ronald Reagan in a speech. He later indicated he meant to say 'Congressman'. "Outside of the killings, Washington D.C. has one of the lowest crime rates in the country."-Mayor Marion Barry, Washington D.C. "We found the term 'killing' too broad."-State Department spokesperson on why the word 'killing' was replaced with 'unlawful or arbitrary more...

    When Charles de Gaulle decided to retire from public life, the American ambassador and his wife threw a gala dinner party in his honour.
    At the dinner table, the Ambassador's wife was talking with Madame de Gaulle.
    "Your husband has been such a prominent public figure, such a presence on the French and international scene for so many years! How quiet retirement will seem in comparison. What do you most look forward to in these retirement years?"
    "A penis," replied Madame de Gaulle.
    A huge hush fell over the table. Everyone heard her answer, and no one knew what to say next.
    Le Grand Charles leaned to his wife and said, "Ma cherie, I believe zee Americans pronounce zat word 'appiness."

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