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Fun Facts starting with J

Found 67 quotes, where title starting on letter j.


Jails and prisons are the complement... by Horace Mann
James, you ought to discover some... by Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged, 1957
Jane Austen is the pinnacle to... by J. K. Rowling
Jargon allows us to camouflage... by David Pratt
Jealousy feeds upon suspicion,... by Francois de La Rochefoucauld
Jealousy is all the fun you... by Erica Jong, Fear of Flying, 1973
Jealousy is the art of injuring... by Alexandre Dumas
Jealousy - that dragon which slays... by Havelock Ellis
Jealousy would be far less torturous... by Paul Eldridge
Jean Paul Sartre says in "No Exit"... by Alan Alda, GQ, Summer, 1980
Jefferson still... by John Adams, last words after a lifetime competing with Thomas Jefferson
Jenny replied to this with a bitterness... by Henry Fielding, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling
Jesus died too soon. If he had... by Friedrich Nietzsche
Jesus was... by Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh - San Francisco Chronicle 12/17/85
Jesus was a bachelor and never... by James Joyce
J.F.K.--The Man... by Unknown, Suggested book title
Jingshen is the Mandarin word... by James L. Hayes, Memos for Management: Leadership, 1983
Joel: Ed, are you hallucinating?... by Sy Rosen and Christian Williams, Northern Exposure, On Your Own, 1992
Journalism is the ability to meet... by Rebecca West
Journalism justifies its own existence... by Oscar Wilde
Journalists cover words and delude... by Hedrick Smith
Journal writing is a voyage... by Christina Baldwin
Joy is not a thing,... by Charles Wagner
Joy is not in things;... by Richard Wagner
Joy is prayer - Joy is strength... by Mother Teresa
J.P Morgan, when asked what the... by It will fluctuate.
Judge: a law student who marks... by H. L. Mencken
Judgement, not passion should... by Epicharmus
Judgement of beauty can err, what... by Ovid
Judge of a man by his questions... by Voltaire
Judge of thine improvement, not... by Thomas Fuller
Judge thyself with the judgment... by John Mitchell Mason
Judgment is forced upon us... by Johnson
Junk is the ultimate merchandise.... by William S. Burroughs
Jury: a group of twelve men who,... by H. L. Mencken
Just as a candle cannot burn without... by Buddha
Just as despair can come to one... by Elie Weisel
"Just as I shall select my ship... by Seneca, Epistulae Morales
Just as it would be madness to... by Plato
Just as treasures are uncovered... by Buddha
Just as you began to feel that... by Lisa Alther
Just because a man lacks the use... by Stevie Wonder
Just because you love someone... by Hugh Elliott, Standing Room Only weblog, February 16, 2004
Just being honest is not enough.... by Philip Crosby, Reflections on Quality
Just definitions either prevent... by Nathaniel Emmons
Justice cannot be for one side... by Eleanor Roosevelt
Justice consists not in being... by Theodore Roosevelt, 1916 (quoted in the Theodore Roosevelt Centennial CD-ROM)
Justice delayed,... by William Gladstone
Justice does not come from the... by Barbara Hall, A Summons to New Orleans, 2000
Justice is a contract of expediency,... by Epicurus
Justice is incedental to... by J. Edgar Hoover
Justice is incidental to... by J. Edgar Hoover
Justice is the constant and perpetual... by Domitus Ulpian
Justice is the end of government.... by Alexander Hamilton
Justice Marshall has made his... by Andrew Jackson
Justice requires that to lawfully... by Pope Pius XI
Justice: To seek it, one must... by Brian K. Blackden, 1996
Justice will only exist where... by Plato
Just like the falling rainbow... by Vearncombe, Black, "Paradise"
Just living is not enough, said... by Hans Christian Anderson
Just the knowledge that a good... by Kathleen Norris, Hands Full of Living, 1931
Just think -- IBM and DEC in the... by Ken Thompson
Just think of the tragedy of teaching... by Clarence Darrow
Just to be is a blessing. Just... by Rabbi Abraham Heschel
Just turn left... by John Lennon, When asked how the Beatles found America on their first U.S. visit
Just what is it that America stands... by Woodrow Wilson
Just when I think I have learned... by Hugh Prather