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“If your own self-invented stories fail, try the standard backup.”
“As we are divorced now, it does not matter, but we were married on the beach at Lake Tahoe, California the dog was our only attendant, and it is very, very strange to not remember something as personal and self-invented as that.”
“I have tried to focus through a self-invented "entrepreneurial philanthropy" on the grievous challenges of seriously ill children, of those kids who are abused and neglected, and of our urban homeless.”
“He was on his own, self-invented; he made the mistakes young men make when no wise, sophisticated hand is available to guide them.”
“I miss that effect in people, except in tiny children for whom everything has just self-invented.”
“It's election night 2010 in Reykjavik, Iceland, and Gnarr - a joke candidate for mayor running from his self-invented Best Party - has won.”
“Still, to me, the exciting thing about America to celebrate on Election Day is that so many of our leaders remain self-invented Gatsbys who come out of nowhere from humbler origins, such as Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.”
“The result of this studycontravenes many of the Tea Parties 'self-invented myths, particularly their supposedly sole concentration on budget deficits, taxes and the power of the federal government," reads the introduction to "Tea Party Nationalism," a joint project with the Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights.”
“I mean, we're a self-invented people, we Americans.”
“He was a self-invented prose stylist, a fantastically failed businessman, and one of the few writers of his time willing to directly address the evils of slavery and racism.”
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