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The Last Quotes of the Week

I've decided that this will be the last Quotes of the Week. I'm going to start something new next week, but my 2 weekly posts, this and Recipes of the Week are going to be ending. I want to try something else, and want things that bring up a bit more discussion. So, for this quote of the week, come up with your own quote. We've done Barack Obama and Abraham Lincoln; why can't we have a Rae F. or Jeremiah S. quote? Make them funny, make them serious. Make them quotes you've heard or quotes you've made up. Make them inside jokes just for you to laugh over.

Mine would have to be "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself... and spiders and snakes and the list goes on. But fear is pretty much it."

What is your quote?

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