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Quayle, Dan - Or to Not Have a Mind...
While addressing an African-American body (for some reason) ol' Dan said, "It's a terrible thing to lose one's mind. Or not to have a mind..."
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Don't know where I read it
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Prince Mu-Chao on 08-30-1999
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Comments:
Albert writes:
He was struggling to remember the slogan of the United Negro College Fund, "A mind is a terrible thing to waste."
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Ancient_Klown writes:
You shouldn't be able to get away with writing a mess up without a source.
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Josh F. writes:
Actually, Dan Quayle said, "What a waste it is to lose one's mind. Or to not have a mind is being wastefull. How true that is."
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stacie_yates writes:
A source would be nice, but this one doesn't really have a single source. It was on news broadcasts at the time, and the audio clip is used currently in a commercial for a series of videos called "Presidential Bloopers". How's that?
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anonymous writes:
Comments like this have led to rampant speculation that Quayle suffers from an undiagnosed form of dyslexia, but then again, it could just be him.
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Goblin writes:
I guess ole Danny boy should know about a wasted mind.
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Tom writes:
...or not know
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