Robert Kurson Quotes

Top 17 wise famous quotes and sayings by Robert Kurson

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Robert Kurson quotes: More John Doe than Mike May. He played with this changing More John Doe than Mike May. He played with this changing
Robert Kurson quotes: - Examine everything; not all is as it seems or as people tell you. - Examine everything; not all is as it seems or as people tell you.
Robert Kurson quotes: He rolled with the unexpected - and much was unexpected on Seeker trips - because he believed in No matter what. He rolled with the unexpected - and much was unexpected on Seeker trips - because he believed in No matter what.
Robert Kurson quotes: The feeling of a place was the best reason to go. The feeling of a place was the best reason to go.
Robert Kurson quotes: John Chatterton is the kind of person who always seems to be up to some kind of incredible adventure. John Chatterton is the kind of person who always seems to be up to some kind of incredible adventure.
Robert Kurson quotes: It was too late for he and his father to have an adventure, and NOTHING seemed to have any color anymore. It was too late for he and his father to have an adventure, and NOTHING seemed to have any color anymore.
Robert Kurson quotes: A century before the concept took hold in America, pirate ships were democracies. Most captains were elected by crew and could be voted out anytime. A century before the concept took hold in America, pirate ships were democracies. Most captains were elected by crew and could be voted out anytime.
Robert Kurson quotes: Pirates worked to avoid violence and fighting. Pirates worked to avoid violence and fighting.
Robert Kurson quotes: It's never too late in life to have a genuine adventure. It's never too late in life to have a genuine adventure.
Robert Kurson quotes: It was easy to get an incomplete picture of the world if one relied solely on experts, and how important is would be to further rely on oneself It was easy to get an incomplete picture of the world if one relied solely on experts, and how important is would be to further rely on oneself
Robert Kurson quotes: Stories were heirlooms in these parts. Stories were heirlooms in these parts.