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is all there
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Just one quote by Charles Harris
Charles S. Harris was an honours psychology major who minored in humour, working on Auk! and writing “Quote”, a humour column for Swarthmore College's The Phoenix. On April 7th 1958, “Quote” included a line Harris had scribbled in philosophy class for the amusement of his classmates.
A man without faith is like a fish without a bicycle. [+]
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