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TV—a clever contraction derived from the words Terrible Vaudeville. However, it is our latest medium—we call it a medium because nothing's well done.
Late that last night, as I sat alone watching the interviews and the speeches and the what-not, she shouted to turn that thing off and come to bed. Once again politics had made estranged bedfellows.
You know my father died of cancer when I was a teenager. He had it before it became popular.
If you're a hypochondriac, first class, you awaken each morning with the firm resolve not to worry; everything is going to turn out all wrong.
I would have answered your letter sooner, but you didn't send one.
A rule of thumb in the matter of medical advice is to take everything any doctor says with a grain of aspirin.
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In the decline of the day, near Kentucky river, as we ascended the brow of a small hill, a number of Indians rushed out of a thick cane-brake upon us, and made us prisoners.
January 15, 1899
March 25, 1982
Goodman Ace, born Goodman Aiskowitz, was an American humourist, radio writer and comedian, television writer, and magazine columnist.
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