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THEY SAID IT
Edited by Robert W. Creamer
June 05, 1972
?Dr. Karl Kapp, of Basel University in Switzerland, at an international conference on the quality of life: "Had there been a computer in 1872 it would probably have predicted that by now there would be so many horse-drawn vehicles it would be impossible to clear up all the manure."
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June 05, 1972

They Said It

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?Dr. Karl Kapp, of Basel University in Switzerland, at an international conference on the quality of life: "Had there been a computer in 1872 it would probably have predicted that by now there would be so many horse-drawn vehicles it would be impossible to clear up all the manure."

?Norm Miller of the Houston Astros on San Diego's bright yellow uniforms: "They look like ajar of mustard."

?Thomas Austin ( Amarillo Slim) Pearson, after winning $60,000 in a winner-take-all "World Series" of poker in Las Vegas: "I have a wife, three kids and a dog. I've coached Little League, and I don't gamble in my hometown."

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