Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes

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Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Ford Madox Ford: Why can't people have what they want? The Why can't people have what they want? The things were all there to content everybody; yet everybody has the wrong thing. — Ford Madox Ford
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By A.C. Grayling: I am putting together a secular bible. My I am putting together a secular bible. My Genesis is when the apple falls on Newton's head. — A.C. Grayling
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Jonathan Carroll: There's almost always a point in a book There's almost always a point in a book where something happens that triggers the rest of the plot. — Jonathan Carroll
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Michael Pena: I took a year and a half off, I took a year and a half off, when my kid was born, because I didn't want to be one of those dads where the kid doesn't know who his dad is. — Michael Pena
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Lorna Graham: There is a certain type of person who There is a certain type of person who just won't be happy unless she lives in New York at least once in her life. — Lorna Graham
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Anna M.M. Vetticad: ...no principle is worth having if you don't ...no principle is worth having if you don't stick to it. — Anna M.M. Vetticad
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Friedrich Nietzsche: All of life is a dispute over taste All of life is a dispute over taste and tasting. — Friedrich Nietzsche
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Gioconda Belli: In the struggle for everyone's happiness, the first In the struggle for everyone's happiness, the first happiness one found was one's own — Gioconda Belli
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By Ernest Cline: This human understands enough to know when he's This human understands enough to know when he's being messed with. — Ernest Cline
Randy Quaid Caddyshack 2 Quotes By W. H. Auden: A poet's hope: to be, like some valley A poet's hope: to be, like some valley cheese, local, but prized elsewhere. — W. H. Auden