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"Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard."
As Socrates famously asked, "Other than that, Mrs. Lincoln, how did you like the play?"
— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) July 18, 2014
It certainly ended with a bang!Apologies to Everyone!Ulises from CA
Ummm.... Not trying to be picky, but that 2300+ year difference thingie??? :-)
Hey, I was what you did with that!Now that is art!
Has to be true. You can't anything false on the internet.
Did he offer her a nice cup of herbal tea during the interview?
And Abe scratched the place where the back of his head would be and responded, "I can't recall, really; I didn't catch the ending. But there was this one line that really killed! How's your drink?"
Just know that I read that as "SO-crates", just like Bill & Ted would've said it.-Drifter
“The difference between Socrates and Jesus is that no one had ever been put to death in Socrates' name. And that is because Socrates' ideas were never made law. Law, in whatever name, protects privilege.” - E.L. Doctorow
I hadn't heard that one-liner attributed to Socrates, but I have enjoyed it since Skip, a silicon valley engineer, used it in the mid-1980s.
Drifter: I've always wondered if Saugerties, NY was someone's attempt to spell Socrates.
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