Quotes by automobile

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  • Art Buchwald
    Art Buchwald
    American humorist 1925-2007
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    The buffalo isn't as dangerous as everyone makes him out to be. Statistics prove that in the United States more Americans are killed in automobile accidents than are killed by buffalo.
  • B. C. Forbes
    B. C. Forbes
    American Publisher 1880-1954
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    A business like an automobile, has to be driven, in order to get results.
  • Alfred H. Barr
    Alfred H. Barr
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    Except the American woman, nothing interests the eye of American man more than the automobile, or seems so important to him as an object of aesthetic appreciation.
  • Billy Sunday
    Billy Sunday
    American athlete and evangelist 1862-1935
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    Going to church doesn't make anybody a Christian Any more than taking a wheelbarrow into a garage make it an automobile.
    Source: Roger Biles, The human tradition in urban America (2002)
  • Billy Sunday
    Billy Sunday
    American athlete and evangelist 1862-1935
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    Going to church on Sunday does not make you a Christian any more than going into a garage makes you an automobile!
  • Robert Cringely
    Robert Cringely
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    If the automobile had followed the same development cycle as the computer, a Rolls-Royce would today cost $100, get a million miles per gallon, and explode once a year, killing everyone inside.
  • Bob Edwards
    Bob Edwards
    American broadcast journalist
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    In my case, the listener is often in an automobile driving to work. You can concentrate on the road while still getting an audio message that can be riveting.
  • Leon Trotsky
    Leon Trotsky
    Russian revolutionary and writer 1879-1940
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    Let a man find himself, in distinction from others, on top of two wheels with a chain - at least in a poor country like Russia - and his vanity begins to swell out like his tires. In America it takes an automobile to produce this effect.
  • Judith Viorst
    Judith Viorst
    American writer and journalist 1931-
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    Love is much nicer to be in than an automobile accident, a tight girdle, a higher tax bracket, or a holding pattern over Philadelphia.
  • John Kenneth Galbraith
    John Kenneth Galbraith
    American economist 1908-2006
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    Money differs from an automobile or mistress in being equally important to those who have it and those who do not.
  • Bill Bryson
    Bill Bryson
    American-British author 1951-
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    Roads get wider and busier and less friendly to pedestrians. And all of the development based around cars, like big sprawling shopping malls. Everything seems to be designed for the benefit of the automobile and not the benefit of the human being.
  • Herbert Marcuse
    Herbert Marcuse
    German politiek philosopher 1898-1979
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    Self-determination, the autonomy of the individual, asserts itself in the right to race his automobile, to handle his power tools, to buy a gun, to communicate to mass audiences his opinion, no matter how ignorant, how aggressive, it may be.
  • Allen Tate
    Allen Tate
    American poet and essayist 1899-1979
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    So the poet, who wants to be something that he cannot be, and is a failure in plain life, makes up fictitious versions of his predicament that are interesting even to other persons because nobody is a perfect automobile salesman.
  • Brock Yates
    Brock Yates
    American journalist and author 1933-2016
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    The automobile, both a cause and an effect of this decentralization, is ideally suited for our vast landscape and our generally confused and contrary commuting patterns.
  • Barry Ritholtz
    Barry Ritholtz
    American author and newspaper columnist
    Barry Ritholtz
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    The electronics industry expanded rapidly and the seeds for the semiconductor and software revolution were planted. The postwar period also saw the suburbanization of America, the rise of the homeowner, the build-out of the interstate highway system, and the rise of automobile culture. Credit availability expanded dramatically.
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