The phrase appears in Thich Nhat Hanh's writings; but it also appears in a volume of US Senate hearings from , when Thich Nhat Hanh had not yet been ordained as a monk. Muste is known to have used a variant of the phrase — "'peace' is the way" in , but this was not the first time he had used it, and he had a connection with the hearing.
Citation is at fakebuddhaquotes. The call of "lights" would refer to burning lights, which had to actually be prepared, and then lit to function, and they would be irrelevant in modern times. There is no evidence that a call of "camera" was ever used at all: the call from the camera operator would be "speed", indicating that the film in the camera had reached the correct speed for filming.
Due to static interference during transmission Armstrong's message was misinterpreted and consequently has been misquoted. Armstrong actually said, "That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. The earliest reference to Gates saying something like this appeared in the not issue of InfoWorld magazine, and was regretful of the past rather than predictive of the future: "When we set the upper limit of PC-DOS at K, we thought nobody would ever need that much memory. The quote bears similarity to one by Bob Newhart : "Later, I moved up to the 64 KB model referring to the Commodore 64 personal computer and thought that was silly because it was more memory than I would ever possibly need.
Jigsaw's catchline is " I want to play a game. Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the Earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return. This may be the most famous aviation quote that is not verifiable. It is attributed everywhere including in some Smithsonian publications and the Washington Post to Leonardo da Vinci. There is a more detailed discussion of this on the Leonardo da Vinci "Talk" page. It is a fact that Kelvin did not believe in heavier-than air flight  , but there is no reliable source that he or another physicist from 19th century said it was impossible from a scientific point of view.
The oldest known source is the book from Chris Morgan Facts and fallacies: a book of definitive mistakes and misguided predictions Good Morning, Dave. Rivers of Blood. Enoch Powell, the controversial British politician, in the s made a speech referring to the supposed dangers of immigration, which has always been known as the Rivers of Blood speech, but the actual words included "the River Tiber foaming with blood. Not only that, but this man is reliably reported to practice nepotism with his sister-in-law, he has a brother who is a known homo sapiens, and he has a sister who was once a thespian in wicked New York.
Worst of all, it is an established fact that Mr. Pepper, before his marriage, habitually practiced celibacy. Attributed to George Smathers. Smathers never made this speech, nor did he express any such sentiment.
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The speech, which uses wordplay that would dupe a poorly educated or passive listener into thinking Pepper was part of a family of sexual perverts, was already a sort of urban legend circulating by the time Time magazine first placed it in print in Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something.
Supposedly the last words of Mexican Revolutionary military leader Pancho Villa following his assassination. However, most accounts of that event say that he died instantly, without any time to say anything.
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That's where the money is. Willie Sutton regularly denied, for the rest of his life, having given this answer to a reporter's question about why he robbed banks, and it is believed to have been the reporter's invention.
Those denials did not, however, deter Sutton from titling his autobiography Where the Money Was , which may have led people to believe he did say it. I may be drunk, Bessie, but you are ugly, and tomorrow I shall be sober. There is no record of Churchill making this comeback, often attributed to him, to Bessie Braddock ; similar versions of the story involving other public figures of the era circulated before it became attached to him. The Battle of Waterloo was won on the playing fields of Eton. While often attributed to the Duke of Wellington on a visit to his alma mater later in life, historians consider it unlikely that he said.
It was only first said to have been said by him four decades after the battle, after he had died; in addition he had not spent much time at Eton and did not recall those years fondly. Biographers familiar with his style of speaking also consider it doubtful that, had he expressed a sentiment like that, he would have expressed it that way. The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.
Gove did not end his sentence here; he was interrupted by the interviewer . The full quote is: "The people of this country have had enough of experts from organizations with acronyms, saying that they know what is best, and getting it consistently wrong. Introduction by Edmund Morgan. Boston: Massachusetts Historical Society. Hickman to Clarissa. If she will write on as before, Miss Howe will not think of doing what she is so apprehensive of.
He offers her his most faithful services. Has a warm debate with her in her behalf. Looks upon her refusing a share in her bed to Miss Partington as suspecting and defying him. Threatens her. Belford to Lovelace. They all join to entreat him to do her justice.
The passive condition to which he wants to bring the lady. Is obliged to attend a dying uncle: and entreats him to write from time to time an account of all his proceedings. His pride a dirty low pride, which has eaten up his prudence. He is sunk in her opinion. An afflicting letter sent her from her cousin Morden. Encloses the letter. In which her cousin swayed by the representations of her brother pleads in behalf of Solmes, and the family-views; and sets before her, in strong and just lights, the character of a libertine. Her heavy reflections upon the contents.
Her generous prayer. Cannot bear the life she lives. Wishes her uncle Harlowe to be sounded by Mr. Hickman, as to a reconciliation. Mennell introduced to her.
Will not take another step with Lovelace till she know the success of the proposed application to her uncle. Substance of two letters from Lovelace to Belford; in which he tells him who Mennell is, and gives an account of many new contrivances and precautions. Women's pockets ballast-bags. Sinclair's wardrobe. Good order observed in her house.
The lady's caution, he says, warrants his contrivances. The title of it, The Quarrelsome Lovers. Perseverance his glory; patience his hand-maid.
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Attempts to get a letter the lady had dropt as she sat. Her high indignation upon it. Farther plots. Paul Wheatly, who; and for what employed.
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Sally Martin's reproaches. Has overplotted himself. Human nature a well-known rogue. Finds it imprudent to stay with him. Re-urges the application to her uncle. Cautions her sex with regard to the danger of being misled by the eye.
New stories of his wickedness. Will have her uncle sounded. Comforts her. How much her case differs from that of any other female fugitive. She will be an example, as well as a warning.