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Quayle, Dan - Imaginary Paper?
"A verbal contract isn't worth the paper it's written on."
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Comments:
CodeMan38 writes:
That was Sam Goldwyn, not Dan Quayle.
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Kentron writes:
And it's hardly a "slipup". Look up "irony" in the dictionary.
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JJ writes:
Actually, "verbal" merely means "expressed," as opposed to "tacit," I suppose. A written or spoken contract could qualify as verbal.
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Josh F. writes:
Actually, this is just saying that a verbal contract is worth nothing. There is no paper so it is worth nothing.
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DanaMac writes:
Actually, I think this is a brilliant quote. Like the other post said, it means a verbal contract is worth nothing.
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