— Paul Sloane British author and puzzle designer 1950
„Discovery consists of looking at the same thing as everyone else and thinking something different.“
— Albert Szent-Györgyi Hungarian biochemist who won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1937 1893 - 1986
Attributed to Szent-Györgyi in: IEEE (1985) Bridging the present and the future: IEEE Professional Communication Society conference record, Williamsburg, Virginia, October 16-18, 1985. p. 14.
„But Americans are different from everyone else in the world - except the Canadians, and Americans are more different from the Canadians than they often think.“
— William Pfaff American journalist 1928 - 2015
Chapter 2, The Challenge of Europe, p. 52.
— Joan Rivers American comedian, actress, and television host 1933 - 2014
As quoted in Funny Ladies (2001), by B. Adler, p. 272
— James Richardson American poet 1950
„And I don't pretend to know what you know
now please don't pretend to know what's on my mind
if we already knew everything that everybody knows
we would have nothing to learn tonight
and we would have nothing to show tonight
oh but everybody thinks
that everybody knows
about everybody else
anything about themselves
cause they're all worried about everybody else.“
— Jack Johnson (musician) American musician 1975
Oh the secret's safe with me.
There's nowhere else in the world that I could ever be.
And baby don't it feel like I'm all alone?
Who's gonna be there after the last angel has flown
And I've lost my way back home?
I think nobody knows, no.
I said nobody knows.
Nobody cares.It's win or lose, not how you play the game.
And the road to darkness has a way
Of always knowing my name.
But I think nobody knows,
Nobody knows, no no no no.“
— Pink (singer) American singer-songwriter 1979
Nobody Knows, written by Pink and Billy Mann
— Joyce Meyer American author and speaker 1943