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Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The average asteroid actually will be about one The average asteroid actually will be about one and a half million kilometres from its nearest neighbour. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Peabo Bryson: But my attitude about it is I have But my attitude about it is I have miles to go before I sleep. — Peabo Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: his facetious grace in writing," and much else. his facetious grace in writing," and much else. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Still, I never really mind bad service in Still, I never really mind bad service in a restaurant. It makes me feel better about not leaving a tip. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: For the moment we might very well can For the moment we might very well can them DUNNOS (for Dark Unknown Nonreflective Nondetectable Objects Somewhere). — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Assumed to be australopithecines because there are no Assumed to be australopithecines because there are no other known candidates. I — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Romans park their cars the way I would Romans park their cars the way I would park if I had just spilled a beaker of hydrochloric acid on my lap. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Kathy Bryson: You tell me the dead are coming through You tell me the dead are coming through a crack in my barn, but I shouldn't worry? — Kathy Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: America is a great disappointment to me. As America is a great disappointment to me. As I said in one of my books, other societies create civilisations; we build shopping malls. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: There is always a little more toothpaste in There is always a little more toothpaste in the tube. Think about it. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: It was full of lazy late-afternoon shadows and It was full of lazy late-afternoon shadows and an impossible green lushness such as could only be appreciated by someone freshly arrived — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: pharmaceutical industry hasn't given us an entirely new pharmaceutical industry hasn't given us an entirely new antibiotic since the 1970s. Our — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Bill Tilden was the greatest - and most Bill Tilden was the greatest - and most improbably great - tennis player of the age. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: 3.18-million-year-old australopithecine found at Hadar in Ethiopia in 3.18-million-year-old australopithecine found at Hadar in Ethiopia in 1974 by a team led by Donald Johanson. Formally known as A.L. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Peabo Bryson: There was a time in American history when There was a time in American history when almost every white person knew who Aretha Franklin was. — Peabo Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: There Kelvin proved himself such a prodigy that There Kelvin proved himself such a prodigy that he was admitted to Glasgow University at the exceedingly tender age of ten. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Only twenty-six British universities have total endowments greater Only twenty-six British universities have total endowments greater than the amount given annually to the Ohio State University football team. I — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Among the other enthusiastic dumpers were Russia, China, Among the other enthusiastic dumpers were Russia, China, Japan and nearly all the nations of Europe. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Kathy Bryson: Are you trying to seduce me or trick Are you trying to seduce me or trick me? — Kathy Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: There is only one place, an inconspicuous outpost There is only one place, an inconspicuous outpost of the Milky Way called the Earth, that will sustain you, and even it can be pretty grudging. From — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: I sometimes think I cannot write another passage I sometimes think I cannot write another passage about a disappointing meal ever again, because I've done it so many times. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Kathy Bryson: He thinks you were trapped in a tree He thinks you were trapped in a tree in the 1920s. How is that not crazy? — Kathy Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: I had a hangover you could sell to I had a hangover you could sell to science, — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Taking a scenic route in Southeast Iowa is Taking a scenic route in Southeast Iowa is like talking about a good Barry Manilow album. You have to make certain allowances. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: People in New York go to Calcutta to People in New York go to Calcutta to get some relief from begging — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: For a long time, I'd been vaguely fascinated For a long time, I'd been vaguely fascinated by the idea that Charles Lindbergh flew the Atlantic and Babe Ruth hit 60 home runs in the same summer. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: A foreigner could be excused for thinking that A foreigner could be excused for thinking that to know set is to know English. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Peabo Bryson: I'm having fun just being a musician as I'm having fun just being a musician as well as an artist at this point. — Peabo Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: I see litter as part of a long I see litter as part of a long continuum of anti-social behaviour. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The older you get the more it seems The older you get the more it seems the world belongs to other people. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: It really doesn't pay to go back and It really doesn't pay to go back and look again at the things that once delighted you, because it's unlikely they will delight you now. I — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Kathy Bryson: I knew I would lose my job when I knew I would lose my job when I accidentally set fire to my best friend's house. — Kathy Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: before 1923 there was almost no lead in before 1923 there was almost no lead in the atmosphere, and that since that time lead levels had climbed steadily and dangerously. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Every living thing, never forget, is a wonder Every living thing, never forget, is a wonder of atomic engineering. Indeed, — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: They are, reluctantly or enthusiastically, accepting the idea They are, reluctantly or enthusiastically, accepting the idea that humans are as much an accident of nature as a product of orderly development. But — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Am not at all sure how we should Am not at all sure how we should tackle such a crisis, but on the basis of what we know so far, I would suggest, as a start, quarantining Texas. I — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: I come Des Moines. Somebody had to. I come Des Moines. Somebody had to. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: We can't see even into the Oort cloud, We can't see even into the Oort cloud, so we don't actually know that it is there. Its existence is probable but entirely hypothetical.1 About — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Bulgaria, I reflected as I walked back to Bulgaria, I reflected as I walked back to the hotel, isn't a country; it's a near-death experience. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Every day in every way I am getting Every day in every way I am getting better and better.* — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Velleity, which describes a mild desire, a wish Velleity, which describes a mild desire, a wish or urge too slight to lead to action. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Cressbrook Mill was operated mostly by orphans who Cressbrook Mill was operated mostly by orphans who were treated worse than abysmally. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By James Dashner: I'm programmed so that only you two can I'm programmed so that only you two can see my old Aura. Everyone else sees an entirely different guy. Boom. Amazing, I know. — James Dashner
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The universe is an amazingly fickle and eventful The universe is an amazingly fickle and eventful place, and our existence within is a wonder. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The universe is not only queerer than we The universe is not only queerer than we suppose; it is queerer than we can suppose — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Glance at the night sky and what you Glance at the night sky and what you see is history and lots of it - not the stars as they are now but as they were when their light left them. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: We were idiots really, but awfully happy, too. We were idiots really, but awfully happy, too. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The whole of the global economy is based The whole of the global economy is based on supplying the cravings of two per cent of the world's population. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: He called it a mastodon (which means, a He called it a mastodon (which means, a touch unexpectedly, "nipple-teeth"). — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: It is unthinkable to have a British countryside It is unthinkable to have a British countryside that doesn't have actual functioning farmers riding tractors, cows in fields, things like that. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: What on earth would I do if four What on earth would I do if four bears came into my camp? Why, I would die of course. Literally shit myself lifeless. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Did all that really just happen or have Did all that really just happen or have I wandered into some kind of Dada exhibition? — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: MACHOs (for MAssive Compact Halo Objects - really MACHOs (for MAssive Compact Halo Objects - really just another name for black holes, brown dwarfs and other very dim stars). — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Nothing gives the English more pleasure, in a Nothing gives the English more pleasure, in a quiet but determined sort of way, than to do things oddly. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The World Wildlife Fund estimated in 1994 that The World Wildlife Fund estimated in 1994 that the number of sharks killed each year was between 40 million and 70 million. As — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Kathy Bryson: There's no way to stand up gracefully when There's no way to stand up gracefully when your pants are down around your ankles. — Kathy Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: The best that can be said for Norwegian The best that can be said for Norwegian television is that it gives you the sensation of a coma without the worry and inconvenience. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: When you tell an Iowan a joke, you When you tell an Iowan a joke, you can see a kind of race going on between his brain and his expression. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: There is no such thing, incidentally, as one There is no such thing, incidentally, as one kudo. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: Sometimes the world just isn't ready for a Sometimes the world just isn't ready for a good idea. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: From an evolutionary point of view, sex is From an evolutionary point of view, sex is really just a reward mechanism to encourage us to pass on our genetic material. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: I love the feeling of being anonymous in I love the feeling of being anonymous in a city I've never been before. — Bill Bryson
Bryson Quotes By Bill Bryson: I suppose all our lives must be at I suppose all our lives must be at the end of a long chain of improbable coincidences, — Bill Bryson