"How selfish soever man may be supposed, there are evidently some principles in his nature, which interest him in the FORTUNE OF OTHERS, and render THEIR HAPPINESS necessary to him, though he derives nothing from it, except the pleasure of seeing it."
Adam Smith in The Theory of Moral Sentiments, quoted by Preston Manning in Fraser Forum July 2001 [a reprint of his address to the Fraser Institute Annual General Meeting].
'Every man must wear out at least one pair of fools’ shoes."
Charlie Chan, according to a biography of Chan's creator Earl Derr Biggers I found on an AOL group on October 26, 2006
"The late Jimmy 'Schnozzle’ Durante memorably exposed the flaw in this logic: 'They said that Hitler was mad. They said that Napoleon was mad. They said that Louie was mad.' Interjection: 'Who’s Louie?' Durante: 'My uncle. He was mad.'"
Editorial in National Post December 27, 1999
"I see well enough now that I hoped for the impossible – for the laying of what is the most obstinate ghost of man’s creation, of the uneasy doubt uprising like a mist, secret and gnawing like a worm, and more chilling than the certitude of death – the doubt of the sovereign power enthroned in a fixed standard of conduct."
The narrator, Marlow, in Joseph Conrad Lord Jim
"Are you tired of always getting the fuzzy end of the lollipop?"
The plug for some show on YTV in January 1996 [that's all I recorded of the source]