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—  Bill Cosby
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—  Sherman Alexie Native American author and filmmaker 1966
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—  Rembrandt van rijn Dutch 17th century painter and etcher 1606 - 1669
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„Half-Christian is a full swindler.“

—  Wilhelm Busch (pastor) German pastor and writer 1897 - 1966
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