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again, or if I write something up that might become a proper
blog post someday I often save it as a text file into one of a
logical series of directories on my machine.
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Benjamin Franklin published a periodical called Poor Richard's Almanack between 1732 and 1758 in which he had lots of quotes. Lots of people think he wrote all of them (and he may have penned a great many) but they may easily have been quotations he read or heard somewhere. "Fish and visitors smell after three days." is one of these. Another good one is "Beware of the young Doctor & the old Barber."