„Not worth a bucket of warm spit.“

—  John Nance Garner, Comment to Lyndon B. Johnson on the vice presidency, widely attributed to Garner as early as 1964 http://books.google.com/books?id=q4zpAAAAMAAJ. The quote is sometimes given as using "piss" instead of "spit."
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„Most men give advice by the bucket, but take it by the grain.“

—  William R. Alger American clergyman and poet 1822 - 1905
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„Most men give advice by the bucket, but take it by the grain.“

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„Cast down your bucket where you are.“

—  Booker T. Washington African-American educator, author, orator, and advisor 1856 - 1915
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