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George Bernard Shaw

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Wisdom is wasted on football's elderly white men

South China Morning Post
... Fifa (also stuffed with EWM) forbids political interference in the running of federations and has suspended a number of nations recently. George Bernard Shaw quipped youth was wasted on the young. The same might be said of wasted wisdom on football ...

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What about God? Questions, doubts and hope

Hamilton Spectator
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) "We have not lost faith, but we have transferred it from God to the medical profession." •Gloria Steinem (1934- ) "It's an incredible con job when you think of it, to believe something now in exchange for life after death.

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Mendelssohn: Elijah CD review – fleet-footed, intelligent and luminous

The Guardian
Premiered in Birmingham town hall in 1846, and a fixture of massed British choral societies ever since, Elijah is a prime culprit of George Bernard Shaw's quip accusing Mendelssohn of “despicable oratorio-mongering”. But get a performance as fleet ...

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People Who Will Say Anything to Win an Argument

AlterNet
“Never fight with a pig. You'll just get dirty and the pig likes it." —George Bernard Shaw. Absolutism: Absolute confidence in one's beliefs. Beliefs held so firmly that nothing could change one's mind (AKA fundamentalism, extremism, pigheadedness, ...

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