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Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Donald L. Hicks: Truth, most succinctly defined is: That Which Is Truth, most succinctly defined is: That Which Is So.
Non-Truth, most succinctly defined is: That Which Is Not So. — Donald L. Hicks
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Simon P. Clark: As long as there's people, there's tales. As long as there's people, there's tales. — Simon P. Clark
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Sara Sheridan: In wartime, she thought to herself, you don't In wartime, she thought to herself, you don't call a death murder. — Sara Sheridan
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Deb Caletti: He's good, all right," Mom said. "But I He's good, all right," Mom said. "But I guess there's something else. About being sure. Sure about anything. Right comes with right timing. — Deb Caletti
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By George Washington Carver: I know of nothing more inspiring than that I know of nothing more inspiring than that of making discoveries for ones self. — George Washington Carver
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Charles Haddon Spurgeon: Let us pray to "be filled with the Let us pray to "be filled with the Spirit," that we may bring forth increasingly the fruits of righteousness. — Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Jim Davis: Life is like a Ferrari, it goes too Life is like a Ferrari, it goes too fast. But that's ok, because you can't afford it anyway. — Jim Davis
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Taraji P. Henson: When I go home to visit, they never When I go home to visit, they never treat me like a celebrity. They still treat me like TJ. If I leave dishes in the sink, they'll let me know. — Taraji P. Henson
Fallout 3 Protectron Quotes By Catherine Hicks: I don't believe any religion should be exclusive I don't believe any religion should be exclusive or feel superior in any way, or be judgmental. It should be a quiet, private thing. — Catherine Hicks