Ouija Cat says... Woof!

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Submitted by: Kat (polliwog@eudoramail.com) on Thursday, November 19, 1998 at 18:24:31

Random thoughts: "When you come to the edge of all the light that you know, and are about to step off into the darkness of the unknown, faith is knowing one of two things will happen: there will be something to land on, or you will learn how to fly." - panel from AIDS quilt

Submitted by Lynne Bergman (toughkid@theriver.com) on Wednesday, February 10, 1999 at 11:07:31

Questions and suggestions: Do you know where I can find the verse that refers to all the people that were persecuted while someone stood by because it wasn't HIM they were after.. the last line is something like.. And then they came for me and there was nobody left to help me"...

Sure would appreciate any help you could offer...

Ouija Cat says... Woof!

Submitted by Tom Heathwood (Heritage4@aol.com) on Wednesday, March 17, 1999 at 09:30:32

Questions and suggestions: I am looking to verify the following quotation as having been said ny Benjamin Franklin, and if it is correct in wording as it is shown below.

Random thoughts: "They that would give up a little essential liberty to gain a little safety, deserve neither safety or liberty."

Ouija Cat says... The things I do for ya'll strangers!! http://www.blarg.net/~podkayne/liberty.html Woof!

Submitted by () on Friday, March 19, 1999 at 14:15:11

Questions and suggestions: As usual, very few quotes or poems from women. Also could have more contemporary voices.

Ouija Cat says... As usual, a criticism sent from behind the shield of anonymity. Also could have more of a sense of humor.

Submitted by Katie (KASPORT21@aol.com) on Wednesday, March 31, 1999 at 22:28:56

Questions and suggestions: I want to know which Renaissance write wrote the famous quote "abandon all hope, yee who enter here." please write back with the solution ASAP! THANK YOU!

Ouija Cat says... It's just a good thing that Ouija Cat derives a fiendish and sinister type of pleasure from being ordered about like that. Woof!


Submitted by Helen (hjanes50@webbtv.net) on Tuesday, April 6, 1999 at 16:51:39

Questions and suggestions: I have been looking for a poem that begins with the words, The Devil knocked upon my door and I went donw to let him in

Ouija Cat says... Sorry - I looked all over for this but couldn't find it. Well, good luck!

Submitted by Tracy (tegleston@sprynet.com) on Monday, April 12, 1999 at 12:12:56

Questions and suggestions: I love your site! Is there any chance you can tell me where the following quote originated? "Death delivered an undoomed earl" I thought it was a celtic epithet to King Arthur, but I wanted to find out where the marker was located. Thanks!

Ouija Cat says... here is the very best, the very best Ouija Cat could do for you:

For Wyrd oft saveth earl undoomed if he doughty be!
Fate often saves the undoomed man, when his courage is glorious!
Fate often delivers an undoomed earl/ If his spirit be gallant.

Submitted by Trisha Goodermote (trishag@4taconic.com) on Friday, April 16, 1999 at 09:58:03

Questions and suggestions: Is there any way in which I could share some of my favorite quotes with you for this site?...per my random thoughts below, I really think the site's great, and I'd like to help!

Random thoughts: This site is amazing . . . the quotes are very insightful; some that make you laugh, others that bring tears to your eyes, but all that make you stop and say "yeah, they're right".

Ouija Cat says... Ouija Cat needs all the help Ouija Cat can get. Woof!

Submitted by () on Wednesday, March 24, 1999 at 18:21:57

Random thoughts: "If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours." - Henry David Thoreau

Submitted by "erick bell" (ebell@hotmail.com) on Mon, 12 Apr 1999 23:02:08 PDT

Dear Mr. Cat: Can you help find the source of the quote: "No noble and exalted life exists without knowledge of Devils and Demons, and without continual struggle against them." Thanks for any assistance you may proffer. - Erick.

Ouija Cat says... There is no evidence that this phrase has ever been uttered prior to your reprisal of it in your message to me. You may, therefore, take full credit for the quotation at this time. Woof!

"No noble and exalted life exists without knowledge of Devils and Demons, and without continual struggle against them." - Erick Bell

Submitted by "erick bell" (ebell@hotmail.com) on Tue, 20 Apr 1999 23:03:28 PDT

I heard this someplace, can you help me? 'There ain't no good and there no bad. There's only what a man does and that's all any man has a right to say.' Can you tell me the actual quote and where it's from? Thanks.

Ouija Cat says... I have scoured the vast archives of written literature. I am happy to report that this is another quote that has never in fact been uttered in the English language, and you may feel free to pass it along as your own. Woof!

"There ain't no good and there no bad. There's only what a man does and that's all any man has a right to say." - Erick Bell

Submitted by JOANNE VELEZ (JVELEZ@NUI.COM) on Friday, April 23, 1999 at 11:46:57


Ouija Cat says... Ouija Cat says... Hope this is in time. And remember, whether or not you win the contest, there will always be a fuzzy little cat who cares. Woof!