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From Adolph Hitler: “Some of my best friends are Jews!” 

From Albert Einstein: “Relativity, Shmelativity. Gravity, Shmavity. You throw a rock up, it comes down.” 

From Mohandas K. Gandhi: “I walk around in a sheet, barefoot, shivering, for what?” 

From George Washington: “If I knew this president thing would grow into such a big deal I would have asked for more money.” 

From Edward J. Smith, Captain of the Titanic: “Now, does starboard mean left or right?” 

From Abe Lincoln: “Mary, you go to the play, I’m going to stay here and play cards with the boys.” 

From Pablo Picasso: “To tell you the truth I don’t understand them either.” 

From Leonardo de Vinci: “I could have made more money painting houses.” 

From Thomas Edison: “Who knew from neon back then?” 

From Orville Wright: “You think we should hand peanuts out?” 

From Sigmund Freud: “I don’t know what’s wrong with me. I have these crazy dreams!” 

From Charley Chaplin: “First they put in sound, then they put in color. Then I’m out of a job.” 

From Joseph Stalin: “I was a miserable child. Look at me, now I’m a miserable adult.” 

From Amelia Earhart: “Whoops! I thought you said, ‘turn left’.” 

From Dale Carnagie: “Up yours.” 

From Howard Hughes: “Call me crazy, but I like wooden airplanes and really clean hands.” 

From Greta Garbo: “What I really said was, ‘I have to make a loan.’ ” 

From O.J. Simpson: “Look at the things I get away with. Is this a great country, or what!”