Amount of texts to »people« 92, and there are 84 texts (91.30%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 141 Characters
Average Rating 2.348 points, 8 Not rated texts
First text on May 8th 2000, 08:08:49 wrote
Jeff about people
Latest text on Nov 1st 2015, 13:40:00 wrote
carolyn stewart about people
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on Jun 15th 2004, 16:28:19 wrote
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Texts to »People«

rkcba wrote on Nov 16th 2003, 16:31:26 about

people

Rating: 14 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

You can fool some people all of the time and all people some of the time,
but you can't fool all people all of the time.

quetzalcoatl wrote on Mar 4th 2001, 02:09:40 about

people

Rating: 20 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

Of course I'm lonely when I am alone. What I hate is being lonely when there are other people present.

The Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens wrote on May 19th 2004, 10:24:56 about

people

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'Why, Mr Trent,' returned Dick, 'there is a proverb which talks about being merry and wise. There are some people who can be merry and can't be wise, and some who can be wise (or think they can) and can't be merry. I'm one of the first sort. If the proverb's a good 'un, I supose it's better to keep to half of it than none; at all events, I'd rather be merry and not wise, than like you, neither one nor t'other.'

UnknownOperator wrote on Nov 6th 2000, 02:44:19 about

people

Rating: 16 point(s) | Read and rate text individually

People keep telling me that there is something wrong with my compu

Aunt Mabel wrote on May 3rd 2001, 05:31:54 about

people

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People usually do things, and suffer martyrdom, because they have an inclination that way. The best artist is not the man who fixes his eye on posterity, but the one who loves the practice of his art. And instead of having a taste for being successful merchants and retiring at thirty, some people have a taste for high and what we call heroic forms of excitement.

Robert Louis Stevenson, The English Admirals

wigbomb wrote on Nov 7th 2001, 05:00:13 about

people

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47a. She made a calendar of a song
about going deaf. Each page one
fewer note or word. People, she proposed,
would use it to clear the air.

[das flederwiesel]™ wrote on Mar 24th 2002, 18:39:03 about

people

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The other day a friend that I have not been knowing very long said that 'human beings are wounderful'.
At first I didn't realize the ironical aspect in this statement, but after some moments of being bedazzled, I was only wondering wheter to laugh about it or starting to be depressed.

harriet wrote on Feb 6th 2001, 23:01:13 about

people

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»Indeed, I think that people want peace so much that one of these days goverments had better get out of their way and let them have it



Dwight D. Eisenhower

rkcba wrote on Nov 16th 2003, 16:36:46 about

people

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Some people will
hold anything except their tongues,
keep anything except their word and
lose nothing except their patience.

C. C. Colton

Cronickeefe wrote on Apr 15th 2001, 18:55:20 about

people

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Some mornings when I'm on my way to work it's rainy and cold. I have to catch the bus and that usually means waiting at the stop for quite awhile. Almost every car that drive's by only has 1 person, but 4 seats.
I'm a nice person siting on a cold wet seat. There's literally thousands of people that pass me by with out a thought. When I get my car, I'm gonna stop and ask people siting at bus stops in the rain if they need a ride. Who care's if they're axe weilding maniacs or Mormons. Peolpe are people. And no person should be without reasonable access to transportation when it's needed.
We're not animals, are we?

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