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"Staten det er meg" - Vespucci Amerigo 1567.

"Vi atherne regner enn mann udugelig dersom mannen ikke er interrsert i politkk "- Julius Cæsar- 55 e kr

"Husk romer det er din oppgave å herske over andre folkeslag- Eirk Blødøks 937.

"Er du ikke den smartes i rommet hold munnen lukket- Mc-folket.

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"I am become death: the destroyer of worlds."

Oppenheimer etter at atombomben var ferdig

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"lepidusus skrev: "Staten det er meg" - Vespucci Amerigo 1567.

"Vi atherne regner enn mann udugelig dersom mannen ikke er interrsert i politkk "- Julius Cæsar- 55 e kr

"Husk romer det er din oppgave å herske over andre folkeslag- Eirk Blødøks 937.

"Er du ikke den smartes i rommet hold munnen lukket- Mc-folket."

HAHHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

"Hjernen bak frimerketyveriet var en liten, tykk person ikledd svart jakke" Trond Corneliussen, Grimstad,2001"

"I would rather drive than see George W.Bush in a wedding-dress" Stevie Wonder - 2000

"Tauhopping handler ikke om liv og død. Det er langt mer alvorlig enn som så". Winston Churchill i en av sine første taler i det britiske underhuset.

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"Jeg er ikke vegetarianer fordi jeg er glad i dyr; jeg er vegetarianer fordi jeg hater planter." - A. Whitney Brown

Og her kommer LITT av en idrettsutøver... Terje Dalby kommenterer paralympics på Lillehammer.

Jeg smakte et godt øl i England. Jeg tror det het 'pint'! Morsomt utsagn fra Frank Strandli da han kom hjem fra Leeds.

"- For mye fotball på TV?? Jeg sier som Sølve Grotmol: Det er for mange bøker på biblioteket også. " - Arne Scheie, fotball- og hoppkommentator

"- Den norske kirke skal være glad for at Olav den Hellige var kristen og ikke homofil. " - Dagfinn Lyngbø, standup-artist

Og den aller beste:

"We were the last Manchester team to win the League and we'll be the next one." PETER SWALES MANCHESTER CITY CHAIRMAN 1992.

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Julius Cæsar- 55 e kr

Kremtkremt. Gaius Julius Cæsar døde før Kristus. Han kan umulig ha sagt det 55 år e.Kr.

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JamesBean bare tøys jo, bare feil jo

Quiz. Gjett hvem som sa: 1)Give me liberty or give me death. 2) Ask not what the country can do for you, but what you can do for the country. 3) Mr Gorbatsjov, if you seek peace, open this gate, tear down this wall.

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"For NASA, space is still a high priority" George Bush jr

Wolverine/ragingBull/Acquiesce

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Apocalypse "For NASA, space is still a high priority" George Bush jr Wolverine/ragingBull/Acquiesce

Apocalypse skrev: "For NASA, space is still a high priority" George Bush jr

MUJAHID: Ja, Bush er en morsom fyr:

"I think if you know what you believe, it makes it a lot easier to answer questions. I can't answer your question" --Reynoldsburg, Ohio, October 4, 2000

"The reason we start a war is to fight a war, win a war, thereby causing no more war!" --The first Presidential debate

"It's your money. You paid for it." --LaCrosse, Wis., Oct. 18, 2000

"You teach a child to read and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test." --February 21, 2001 - President Bush at Townsend Elementary School, touting his education reform plans.

"There's a huge trust. I see it all the time when people come up to me and say, 'I don't want you to let me down again.'" — Boston, Massachusetts, October 3, 2000

"If this were a dictatorship, it'd be a heck of a lot easier...just as long as I'm the dictator..." --Washington, DC, Dec 18, 2000, during his first trip to Washington as President-Elect

"I don't remember debates. I don't think we spent a lot of time debating it. Maybe we did, but I don't remember." --On discussing the Vietnam War as an undergraduate at Yale, in the Washington Post, July 27, 1999

"Put the 'off' button on." --South Carolina, February 14, 2000

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"I 1972 hadde vi tre astronauter i rommet for å gjøre oppdagelser. I 2002 har vi tre astronauter i rommet for å gjøre reperasjonsarbeider"

  • En NASA-forsker med ukjent navn.
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MUJAHlD Apocalypse skrev: "For NASA, space is still a high priority" George Bush jr MUJAHID: Ja, Bush er en morsom fyr: "I think if you know what you believe, it makes it a lot easier to a...

President Meets with Muslim Leaders Remarks by the President in Meeting with Muslim Community Leaders The Roosevelt Room

3:40 P.M. EDT

THE PRESIDENT: It's my honor to welcome to the White House my fellow Americans, Arab Americans, Americans who are Muslim by faith, to discuss about the current issues that took place, the aftermath of the incident, and what our country is going to do to make sure that everybody who is an American is respected.

I have told the nation more than once that ours is a war against evil, against extremists, that the teachings of Islam are the teachings of peace and good, and the al Qaeda organization is not an organization of good, an organization of peace. It's an organization based upon hate and evil.

I also want to assure my fellow Americans that when you pledge allegiance to the flag, with your hand on your heart, you pledge just as hard to the flag as I do; that the outpouring of support for our country has come from all corners of the country, including many members of the Muslim faith. And for that I am grateful.

I appreciate the contributions of time, the contributions of blood to help our fellow Americans who have been injured. And I'm proud of the Muslim leaders across America who have risen up and who have not only insisted that America be strong, but that America keep the values intact that have made us so unique and different -- the values of respect, the values of freedom to worship the way we see fit. And I also appreciate the prayers to the universal God.

And so, thank you all for coming. I don't know if you all remember the Imam led the service at the National Cathedral -- he did a heck of a good job, and we were proud to have him there. And I want to thank you very much for the gift you gave me, Imam, the Koran. It's a very thoughtful gift. I said thank you very much for the gift. He said, it's the best gift I could give you, Mr. President. I appreciate that very much.

Q Mr. President --

MR. JOHNDROE: Thank you all very much. Thank you all.

Q Mr. President --

THE PRESIDENT: Yes? Wait a minute. I feel guilty that John couldn't -- yes?

Q Sir, Senator Shelby this morning had some pretty direct comments about his thinking that somebody needs to be held accountable for what has been characterized by some people as a massive intelligence failure. I wonder what you think of his comments. Is he trying to inject politics in this? Does someone need to fall on their sword, if you will?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, John, the intelligence gathering capacity of the United States is doing a fine job. These terrorists had burrowed in our country for over two years. They were well-organized. They were well-planned. They struck in a way that was unimaginable. And we are a united nation. We're going to go forward with our war against these terrorists. And our nation should have all the confidence that the intelligence gathering capacity of the United States is doing everything possible to not only keep us informed about what's happening overseas, but to keep us informed about what might happen here at home.

Q So how would you characterize his comments over the last few days?

THE PRESIDENT: Well, he's a concerned American. I'm sure other Americans are asking how could this have happened, including the President. But what Americans need to know is that I'm receiving excellent intelligence. The CIA is doing a fine job. The FBI is responding on every single lead we're getting, and that we're doing everything we can to make the homeland safe, as well as everything we can to bring people to justice.

Q Granted the extremism, do you -- and I'd like to ask the Imam the same question -- do you consider bin Laden a religious leader or a political leader?

THE PRESIDENT: I consider bin Laden an evil man. And I don't think there's any religious justification for what he has in mind. Islam is a religion of love, not hate. This is a man who hates. This is a man who's declared war on innocent people. This is a man who doesn't mind destroying women and children. This is man who hates freedom. This is an evil man.

Q But does he have political goals?

THE PRESIDENT: He has got evil goals. And it's hard to think in conventional terms about a man so dominated by evil that he's willing to do what he thinks he's going to get away with. But he's not going to get away with it.

Q Sir, there were thousands of more layoffs in the airline industry today. What is the administration going to do about it?

THE PRESIDENT: Come to Chicago tomorrow.

MR. JOHNDROE: Thanks. Thank you all. Can we go now? Thank you. I don't want to shout you down, so let's just leave. Thank you.

Q On the Middle East -- think that's going to lead to a durable peace in the Middle East?

THE PRESIDENT: Steve's question was on the Middle East. Sorry, Gordon. That's what happens when you invite guys -- (laughter). You invite John Roberts in here -- aggressive reporters, you get -- Steve asked about the Middle East.

We're encouraged that there are discussions going on that could lead to the implementation of Mitchell. There is the framework for peace. There is the process now available. It's the Mitchell Plan, which everybody agreed to is the right way to get to a peaceful resolution in the Middle East. And there is a series of discussions that took place. Hopefully, there will be more discussions, and that both parties get into Mitchell. And that's going to be good for America, and it will be good for the Middle East and good for the world. And so we're hopeful.

I don't know if you remember, but I said out of this crisis, this tragedy that hit America, I do see opportunity. And one of the opportunities would be that there's some sensible thinking that goes into the Middl

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"The Americans will always do the right thing... After they've exhausted all the alternatives" -Winston Churchill

"You can't say civilization isn't advancing: in every war they kill you in a new way."

"If nominated, I will not run; if elected, I will not serve." -General William Tecumseh Sherman, On the request that he accept the Republican presidential nomination

"It is only those who have neither fired a shot nor heard the shrieks and groans of the wounded who cry aloud for blood, more vengeance, more desolation. War is hell." -General William Tecumseh Sherman

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Pål Clasen, NRK, da 14 år gamle Unni Holmen konkurrerte under turn-VM:

"Der går Unni Holmen ut i spagaten på bommen så hele pølsebua åpner seg. Den som hadde vært bom nå, dere!"

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"Then, Sir, we will give them the bayonet!"

Noen som vet hvem som ytret dette?

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JamesBean Quiz. Gjett hvem som sa: 1)Give me liberty or give me death. 2) Ask not what the country can do for you, but what you can do for the country. 3) Mr Gorbatsjov, if you seek peace, o...

JamesBean skrev: "Quiz. Gjett hvem som sa: 1)Give me liberty or give me death. 2) Ask not what the country can do for you, but what you can do for the country. 3) Mr Gorbatsjov, if you seek peace, open this gate, tear down this wall."

Dette er da elemetäre sitater. Det förste er allerede besvart. De to andre er John F. Kennedy respektive Ronald Reagan.

Liker hva kong Karl Johan engang skal ha sagt etter å ha bråket med den svenske riksdagen: "Opposisjon er konspirasjon". -----------------------------------------------------------------

- Forøvrig er det min mening at Karthago bør ødelegges.

Cato d.e.

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"Son, you've tried your best, and failed miserably. The lesson is: Never try"

"Remember son, sporting events aren't about winning or losing. It's about how drunk you get."

"Allright brain, you don't like me, and I don't like you. Just help me get through this quiz, so I can get back to killing you with beer."

"Weaseling out of things is important to learn. It's what separates us from the animals ... except the weasel."

"What's a wedding? Webster's dictionary describes it as the act of removing weeds from one's garden. "

"A woman is a lot like a refrigerator. 6 feet tall, 300 pounds ... it makes ice."

"Operator! Give me the number for 911! "

" I feel that if a gun is good enough to protect something as important as a bar, then its good enough to protect my family."

- Gjett hvem...

Ikke så historisk, men morsomt...

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