My Favorite Quotes

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 Douglas Reed - “It looked like a pagan banner planted on a Christian rampart.”  
 D.H. Lawrence - “The Christian fear of the pagan outlook has damaged the whole consciousness of man.”  
 Israel Zangwill - “Scratch the Christian and you find the pagan - spoiled.”  
 Denis Pagan - “The start, seven goals to two, you just can't explain it.”  
 Denis Pagan - “I couldn't have been more pleased with the way he started, it was a terrific effort.”  
 Denis Pagan - “We don't want to put too high expectations on him. We know he's going to be a good player. If he plays at the start, terrific - if he doesn't, we know it's going to happen. You watch him train, he's got some wonderful qualities.”  
 Denis Pagan - “It's always a time when you have a few issues and the players have enjoyed themselves but they've come back and we haven't digested all the times or looked at all the data or skin fold measurements, but they look pretty good to me.”  
 Albert Camus - “Everyone would like to behave like a pagan, with everyone else behaving like a Christian”  
 Denis Pagan - “What causes it . . . to kick 90 goals in five weeks and play with a real spirit and intensity, to what we did today The only thing that's changed is a state of mind. I can't for the life of me understand, or accept why our players, how hard everyone's worked as a group, to put in an effort like that is abysmal.”  
 Ambrose Gwinett Bierce - “CENTAUR, n. One of a race of persons who lived before the division of labor had been carried to such a pitch of differentiation, and who followed the primitive economic maxim, Every man his own horse. The best of the lot was Chiron, who to the wisdom and virtues of the horse added the fleetness of man. The scripture story of the head of John the Baptist on a charger shows that pagan myths have somewhat sophisticated sacred history.”  
 David Pagan - “We were a little concerned about that. We were very direct with the girls that we can't allow a letdown after that game and we have to keep the same type of intensity up for this game as we did against Redondo.”  
 David Pagan - “We cannot overlook West, South and Peninsula. We're the type of team that if we don't come out and play hard every game, we can be knocked off. We can't look forward until that last game.”  
 David Pagan - “The girls came out with real good defensive intensity. Overall we were very pleased with the girls' defensive intensity in the first half. That got us started.”  
 David Pagan - “Cassidy is the best fit for Texas.”  
 William Scott - “For a Classicist, one must learn to ask the questions in the way that a pagan society did. I think it's very important and tough for many of us who grew up in a Judeo-Christian society.”  
 Elmore Leonard - “Of course, Pagan Babies ... Detroit, for some reason, is not big on good Italian restaurants.”  
 Israel Zangwill - “Scratch the Christian and you find the pagan - spoiled”  
 Amanda Zuke - “There's a lot of fear. Sometimes that old collection of myths and stories about what a Pagan is just stands in the way.”  
 Denis Pagan - “He's trying as hard as he can. He ran a pretty good time today, I think that's pretty close to his best. I'm pleased with that.”  
 John Paul - “Today, for the first time in history, a Bishop of Rome sets foot on English soil. This fair land, once a distant outpost of the pagan world, has become, through the preaching of the Gospel, a beloved and gifted portion of Christ's vineyard.”  
 Douglas Reed - “It looked like a pagan banner planted on a Christian rampart”  
 William Wordsworth - “Great God I'd rather beA pagan suckled in a creed outwornSo might I, standing on this pleasant lea,Have glimpses that would make me less forlornHave sight of Proteus rising from the seaOr hear old Triton blow his wreath”  
 William Wordsworth - “Great God I 'd rather be A Pagan suckled in a creed outworn, So might I, standing on this pleasant lea, Have glimpses that would make me less forlorn Have sight of Proteus rising from the sea, Or hear old Triton blow his wreathed horn.”  
 Ambrose Gwinett Bierce - “JOSS-STICKS, n. Small sticks burned by the Chinese in their pagan tomfoolery, in imitation of certain sacred rites of our holy religion.”