quote by Thomas Jefferson

When the representative body have lost the confidence of their constituents, when they have notoriously made sale of their most valuable rights, when they have assumed to themselves powers which the people never put into their hands, then indeed their continuing in office becomes dangerous to the state

— Thomas Jefferson

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Notorious quote Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notoriou
Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious.

If you can't be famous, at least you can be notorious.

Notorious sinners didn’t kill Jesus. Religious people did.

I am by far your superior, but my notorious modesty prevents me from saying so.

How the American right managed to convince itself that the programs to alleviate poverty are responsible for the consequences of poverty will someday be studied as a notorious mass illusion.

The person drawn to dance as profession is notoriously unintellectual.

He thinks with his muscles, delights in expression with body, not words; finds analysis painful and boring; and is a creature of physical ebullience.

I'm notorious for giving a bad interview.

I'm an actor and I can't help but feel I'm boring when I'm on as myself.

Proving yourself in a field where the casualty rate is so notoriously high is an ongoing challenge.

I put all of my resources into pushing the evolution in an industry that is notoriously backwards and I enjoy pushing that envelope,.

It reminded him of his Uncle Seamus, the notorious and poetic drunk, who would sit down at the breakfast table the morning after a bender, drain a bottle of stout and say 'Ah, the chill of consciousness returns

Mankind is notoriously too dense to read the signs that God sends from time to time. We require drums to be beaten into our ears, before we should wake from our trance and hear the warning and see that to lose oneself in all, is the only way to find oneself.

When Elvis made his mass-media debut on 'The Ed Sullivan Show' - his notorious gyrations filmed only from the waist up - I fell off the family chaise longue with delight.

My dowry is thirty-five. A year.” His brows climbed. “You’re joking.” “I would never joke about money with a notorious thief. Just imagine, in a mere two years you’re at a profit.” “How I adore a woman who does mathematics in her head.” “I can forge signatures as well.” “Splendid. Exactly the bride I’ve been hoping for.

The mother of three notoriously unruly youngsters was asked whether or not she'd have children if she had it to do over again. 'Yes', she replied 'but not the same ones.'

Little boldness is needed to assail the opinions and practices of notoriously wicked men; but to rebuke great and good men for their conduct, and to impeach their discernment, is the highest effort of moral courage.

It is quite exhilarating to speak about a God who has an incredible bias, a notorious bias in favor of the downtrodden. You look at Exodus and the Israelites' escape from a bottomless pit. God is not evenhanded. God is biased up to his eyebrows.

Librarians are notorious snitches—don’t let anybody convince you otherwise.

Breakfast is a notoriously difficult meal to serve with a flourish.

It is notorious that the desire to live increases as life itself shortens.

While the Right of Suffrage is conceded to thousands notoriously ignorant, vicious, and drunken, ... a Constitutional denial to Black men, as such, of Political Rights freely secured to White men, is monstrously unjust and irrational.

How is it possible for those who are men of honor in their persons, thus to become notorious liars in their party

The proverb says, "Born lucky, always lucky," and I am very superstitious.

As a small boy I was notoriously lucky. It was usual for one or two of our lads (per annum) to get drowned in the Mississippi or in Bear Creek, but I was pulled out in a 2/3 drowned condition 9 times before I learned to swim, and was considered to be a cat in disguise.

Once I was chased by the king of all scorpions. I have the most notorious animal stories.

We are a society of notoriously unhappy people: lonely, anxious, depressed, destructive, dependent - people who are glad when we have killed the time we are trying so hard to save.

The very women who object to the morals of a notoriously beautiful actress, grow big with pride when an admirer suggests their marked resemblance to this stage beauty in physique.

The love of a dog for his master is notorious;

in the agony of death he has been known to caress his master, and everyone has heard of the dog suffering under vivisection, who licked the hand of the operator; this man, unless he had a heart of stone, must have felt remorse to the last hour of his life.

Forget safety. Live where you fear to live. Destroy your reputation. Be notorious.

Part of the challenge of Most Wanted is trying to become the most notorious street racer on the pavement.

The love of a dog for his master is notorious;

as an old writer quaintly says, A dog is the only thing on this earth that luvs you more than he luvs himself.

It hath evermore been the notorious badge of prostituted Strumpets and the lewdest Harlots, to ramble abroad to Plays, to Playhouses; whither no honest, chaste or sober Girls or Women, but only branded Whores and infamous Adulteresses, did usually resort in ancient times.

People must ask themselves why this earthquake occurred in this area and not in others. These areas were notorious because of this type of modern tourism, which has become known as "sex tourism". Don't they deserve punishment from Allah?!

Notorious B.I.G. was one of my favorites. I started getting into hip-hop around the Bad Boy era.

There're always some notorious people in the crew who are doing crazy things, but I try to keep it a little more low-key. My crazy thing is always just the show and putting all my energy into it.

It is notorious that, whenever the demand for labor is much greater than the supply, or the wages of labor are much higher than the expenses of living, very many, even on the ordinary laboring class, are remarkable for indolence, and work no more than compelled by necessity.

Swindlers are notoriously gullible.

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