The Dictionary of Film Quotations: 6,000 Quotes from 1,000 Movies by Melinda Corey and George Ochoa
About The Author
Cheryl Hicks is an artist and writer working in East Texas. Her poetry and creative nonfiction has been published extensively in the U.S. and internationally. Her artwork has been shown across Texas and in New York. This series of multimedia pieces is titled "I Just Don't Read Like I Used To!" It is a commentary on how digital media has impacted her relationship with books. It is also a way for Hicks to combine her interest in art and literature.
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Don’t be concerned about people stealing your notions. In case your ideas are a bit of good, you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats.
The meek shall inherit planet earth, but not its mineral rights.