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Normal is just a cycle on a washing machine
This quote is popularly attributed to Whoopi Goldberg. All I have found so far are image macros. There is also a 2016 autobiography with this quote as the title. Does anyone know what movie, TV show, or interview this might be from? -- Heyzeuss (talk) 12:54, 2 August 2020 (UTC)
- I found an interview from 2009. I just can't believe that she is the first person to ever say that though. ~~ Heyzeuss (talk) 10:44, 3 August 2020 (UTC)
the bible lets have a healthy conversation
I stumbled on to a part of genesis which talks about Nephilim which pricked my ears it's in (gen 6.4-8) I would love to know what your opinion is and description seems the most interesting I'm not an expert but I'm a fellow Christian shalom.
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RE: Desperately Seeking the authentic citations for quotes
I am presently on the last page of my book called My Own Ocean Tides: Triumph Over Tribulation Bk 1. It has been an ongoing nightmare trying to learn how to cite correctly my quotes featured, but also find the actual original authors with citations details. This one particularly: “The pen is mightier than the sword.” Edward Bulwer-Lytton 1829. Wikipedia and Wikiquotes seem to not recognize Edward Bulwer Lytton connected to this quote. Although it brings up other works of his. How can I resolve this issue and find what I am looking for -with the quickness! Thank you very much. Candina Ann Author, Publisher, Poet, and Lyricist
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