Absurdly Related Quotes

“T, the twentieth letter of the English alphabet, was by the Greeks absurdly called _tau_. In the alphabet whence ours comes it had the form of the rude corkscrew of the period, and when it stood alone (which was more than the Phoenicians could always do) signified _Tallegal_, translated by the learned Dr. Brownrigg, "tanglefoot."”

Ambrose Bierce

“He's a great guy, absurdly talented, and he seemed ready to sing. It's these parts he can come up with, these ways of double tracking, these really unusual harmonies - I could listen to Antony all day.”

Lou Reed

“Scores are absurdly important, One hundred points could easily make or break a kid.”

Ned Johnson

“it was absurdly hilarious.”

Al Franken

“The only way we can do what we do is to be absurdly optimistic,”

Christine Vachon