Quotes of Paul Gray

“ One must love a cat on its own terms. ”

- Paul Gray

“ I'm not excited about giving up that property on a permanent basis. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray

“ Cats were put into the world to disprove the dogma that all things were created to serve man. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray

“ Cats were put into the world to disprove the dogma that all things were created to serve man. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ I'm not excited about giving up that property on a permanent basis. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray

“ The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ Cats were put into the world to disprove the dogma that all things were created to serve man. ”

- Paul Gray

“ The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray

“ The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ It even looks exactly like a real book, with pages and print and dust jacket and everything. This disguise is extremely clever, considering the contents: the longest lounge act never performed in the history of the Catskills. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray

“ The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary. ”

- Paul Gray

“ The image of the reporter as a nicotine-stained Quixote, slugging back Scotch while skewering city hall with an expose ripped out of a typewriter on the crack of deadline, persists despite munificent evidence to the contrary. ”

- Paul Gray

“ He offers the never-never land of convenient cliches. a world where statesmen say, We've not heard the end of this, where people turn scarlet with anger, where the price of gold goes sky-high and where the unsuspecting outsider little knew what fate had in store for him. ”

- Paul Gray
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