Forgotten Related Quotes



He looked haggard and careworn, like a Borgia who has suddenly remembered that he has forgotten to shove cyanide in the consommé, and the dinner-gong due any moment.

P. G. Wodehouse


I thought you had forgotten me." "I have spent my life remembering you.

Meredith Ann Pierce


In two thousand years all our generals and politicians may be forgotten, but Einstein and Madame Curie and Bernard Shaw and Stravinsky will keep the memory of our age alive.

Anthony Burgess


An unjust punishment is never forgotten.

Penelope Fitzgerald


I saw that my image was changing or fading. One of the reasons for taking a break from clubs was to be missed-not forgotten.

Sammy Davis, Jr.


If we look closely at this earth, where God seems so utterly forgotten, we shall find that it is He, after all, who commands the most fidelity and the most love.

Sophie Swetchine


The junior high schools and high schools of America have forgotten to teach one of the most important courses of all. Investing.

Peter Lynch


The trouble with quick and dirty is that dirty remains long after quick has been forgotten.

Steve Mcconnell


Long ago the signalling had become no more than a meaningless ritual, now maintained by an animal which had forgotten to learn and a robot which had never known to forget.

Arthur C. Clarke


If you do something extraordinary for your customer you will never be forgotten. Customer service heroes get remembered, but legends never die.

Eric Lander