That in the more important concerns of their lives the animals are in great part guided by knowledge that they individually have not gathered from experience.
— Douglas Spalding, Instinct: With Original Observations on Young Animals
All biology is either animal behavior or plumbing.
— James Gould
Wear your mother’s vest.
— David
That lifes a dream.
— Elle King, “Good to Be a Man”
A decent human being.
— Keith
Other signs of accumulating electrostatic charge include small rocks jumping about.
Wilderness and Rescue Medicine
Where I’m bound, I can’t tell.
— Bob Dylan, “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right”
The billions of microbes with which we share our existence.
Wilderness and Rescue Medicine
If you took out all your arteries and veins and laid them end to end you would be dead.
— Keith
I’m the best app you got this week.
— Daz
Better tell them while they’re here, ‘cause
They may just run away from you.
— Imagine Dragons, “On Top of the World”
You know what’s more American, Benjamin Franklin, that’s what’s more American.
— Pat Sr., Silver Linings Playbook
I think it needs a renovation.
— Liz Diller
For it is rather the machines that have helped us to understand how birds fly and fish swim.
— Sir James Gray, “How Fishes Swim,” Vertebrates Structures and Functions: Readings From Scientific American
Poems don’t always have to rhyme, you know.
— Sam Shakusky, Moonrise Kingdom
It makes me say-God forbid that I should be without such a task!
— John Keats, Letters of John Keats
knowl∙edge (nōl'ĭj) n- 1 what has been learned by study or observation; learning. 2 familiarity from study or experience: a knowledge of the area; a knowledge of painting.
— Webster’s Dictionary of the American Language: Illustrated
‘I’m just a shop rat,’ he said.
— Corey Kilgannon, “At Home With Millions of Books,” The New York Times
We go hard.
— Jay-Z, “Brooklyn Go Hard - feat. Santigold”
You get nothing! You lose! Good day Sir!
— Willy Wonka, Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory