„Appeasers believe that if you keep on throwing steaks to a tiger, the tiger will become a vegetarian.“

—  Heywood Campbell Broun, Quoted by Lin Yutang in The Wisdom of China and India http://books.google.com/books?ei=hCIHT_v4Bqbu0gGz0YWMAw&id=T1gOAAAAYAAJ&q="Appeasers+believe+that+if+you+keep+on+throwing+steaks+to+a+tiger+the+tiger+will+become+a+vegetarian"&pg=PA268#v=onepage (1942)
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