Memorable explanation by Clint Eastwood in Heartbreak Ridge (1986) ‘Better than trying to give explanation. I shall be advising the boy to fall back to this rather than going to court the way he does.
“The measure of a man’s real character is what he would do if he would never be found out.” -Thomas Babington Macauley Dad offered our own family version as from his father: “Don’t do anything you would not want published on the front page of tomorrow’s paper.” – John J. Macauley This philosophy runs in …
Just quotes: “If you can’t handle a MiG, stay out of MiG Alley” – Dan Ackroyd (SNL 1980’s) “It’s enough to piss of the Good Humor man.” – Quint (Jaws 1975)
…without really trying. from the musical: “I keep hiring men who are supposed to have ideas but they won’t do what I tell them!”
Bad money drives out good. Borrow long, lend short. Power to tax is power to destroy. Dad referred to this using other words as advice given him by his father: “The measure of a man’s real character is what he would do if he would never be found out.”