Quotes of Collaborator

“ I've always believed in writing without a collaborator, because where two people are writing the same book, each believes he gets all the worries and only half the royalties. ”

- Agatha Christie

“ Even sleepers are workers and collaborators on what goes on in the universe. ”

- Heraclitus

“ First we kill all the subversives; then, their collaborators; later, those who sympathize with them; afterward, those who remain indifferent; and finally, the undecided. ”

- General Iberico Saint Jean

“ I think that in the minds of many, the press is being seen less and less as a neutral observer in the impeachment enterprise and more and more as participants, or even collaborators. ”

- Patrick Buchanan

“ Our duty, as men and women, is to proceed as if limits to our ability did not exist. We are collaborators in creation. ”

- Pierre Teilhard de Chardin

“ Treat employees like partners, and they act like partners. ”

- Fred A. Allen

“ I was always an independent, even when I had partners. ”

- Samuel Goldwyn

“ FLY-SPECK, n. The prototype of punctuation. It is observed by Garvinus that the systems of punctuation in use by the various literary nations depended originally upon the social habits and general diet of the flies infesting the several countries. These creatures, which have always been distinguished for a neighborly and companionable familiarity with authors, liberally or niggardly embellish the manuscripts in process of growth under the pen, according to their bodily habit, bringing out the sense of the work by a species of interpretation superior to, and independent of, the writer's powers… ”

- Ambrose Bierce

“ If the sexual revolution has been a medical disaster, socially it has been a catastrophe. Why do the media not report and explore the tragic results of the sexual revolution? Because many are collaborators. ”

- Patrick Buchanan

“ Our intellect is not the most subtle, the most powerful, the most appropriate, instrument for revealing the truth. It is life that, little by little, example by example, permits us to see that what is most important to our heart, or to our mind, is learned not by reasoning but through other agencies… ”

- Marcel Proust
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