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Quotes by Stanley Victor Paskavich

Yes, stop your beliefs for a few moments now and then and Be-Life.



Guilt, fear, sin, doubt. Guilt, fear, sin, doubt. Guilt, fear, sin, doubt. That’s what religion is all about.



I am your mirror; you are my reflection.



I heard this when I was in the Air Force: “There’s never enough time to do the job right, but always enough time to do it over.”



I hate to read books but a friend said he read the dictionary and that the Zebra did it.



I would almost bet money that Thomas Edison was the first person to say, “Does my voice really sound like that?”



The only time I really worry about my weight is when the scale says, “One person at a time.”



It’s Earth day! I wonder if we can plant more trees than people for a change?



It’s not where I’m going that bothers me, it’s where I’ve been that always bites me in the ass.



The only thing worse than a Mexican stand-off is a peace pact that fails!



Maybe we should create a Happy Good Day and make it the one day of the year you can’t kill each other.



When it comes to most true bipolars, consider this thought: Genius by birth, bipolar by design.



Isn’t it a shame that some people’s “weaknesses” can be so strong?



I like poetry much better than art. It’s so much easier on my pencils.



In life I keep believing until I start be-liking.



In high school I went from playing basketball for free to making $4.25 an hour my junior year. It was a lot easier sweeping the gym floor.



If you want to find missing children, put their photos on soda cans, beer cans, and cigarette packs and you’ll increase the odds by millions...



My medication must be wearing off, I’m starting to think my jokes are funny.



Sleepless in Seattle was good movie, but one about three cowboys with insomnia could be better. They could call it Sleepless In My Saddle.



If I ever get rid of my bipolar condition we’ll be so happy.



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