„I think there’s probably – possibly – drugs involved“

Claimed, without evidence, about President Candidate Joe Biden, as quoted in * 2020-09-10
Trump uses Fox News interview to accuse Biden of taking drugs
Martin Pengelly
The Guardian
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/sep/12/trump-biden-drugs-fox-news-interview
2020s, 2020, September

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45. Präsident der Vereinigten Staaten 1946

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„Most accidents in well-designed systems involve two or more events of low probability occurring in the worst possible combination.“

—  Robert E. Machol American systems engineer 1917 - 1998

Cited in: Richard K. Betts (1982) Surprise attack: lessons for defense planning. p. 158
Principles of Operations Research (1975)

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„The brutal reality of politics would be probably intolerable without drugs.“

—  Hunter S. Thompson American journalist and author 1937 - 2005

Quelle: Kingdom of Fear: Loathsome Secrets of a Star-Crossed Child in the Final Days of the American Century

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„I am convinced that there are genuine and valid levels of perception available with cannabis (and probably with other drugs) which are, through the defects of our society and our educational system, unavailable to us without such drugs.“

—  Carl Sagan American astrophysicist, cosmologist, author and science educator 1934 - 1996

Essay as "Mr. X" (1969)
Kontext: I can remember the night that I suddenly realized what it was like to be crazy, or nights when my feelings and perceptions were of a religious nature. I had a very accurate sense that these feelings and perceptions, written down casually, would not stand the usual critical scrutiny that is my stock in trade as a scientist. If I find in the morning a message from myself the night before informing me that there is a world around us which we barely sense, or that we can become one with the universe, or even that certain politicians are desperately frightened men, I may tend to disbelieve; but when I'm high I know about this disbelief. And so I have a tape in which I exhort myself to take such remarks seriously. I say "Listen closely, you sonofabitch of the morning! This stuff is real!" I try to show that my mind is working clearly; I recall the name of a high school acquaintance I have not thought of in thirty years; I describe the color, typography, and format of a book in another room and these memories do pass critical scrutiny in the morning. I am convinced that there are genuine and valid levels of perception available with cannabis (and probably with other drugs) which are, through the defects of our society and our educational system, unavailable to us without such drugs. Such a remark applies not only to self-awareness and to intellectual pursuits, but also to perceptions of real people, a vastly enhanced sensitivity to facial expression, intonations, and choice of words which sometimes yields a rapport so close it's as if two people are reading each other's minds.

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„It is more than possible; it is probable.“

—  Arthur Conan Doyle, buch The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

Quelle: The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

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„My quarrel with the Catholic church is personal. You drug addicts, don’t harm bishops and cardinals because they are not involved in the political ruckus.“

—  Rodrigo Duterte Filipino politician and the 16th President of the Philippines 1945

Original: (tl) ‘Yang aming away ko sa Katoliko amin lang yan personal. Kayong mga adik, ‘wag ninyong totohanin ‘yong pukpokin yung bishop at kardinal, hindi sila kasali sa political ruckus.

About-face: Duterte now says ‘Don’t kill bishops, priests’ https://newsinfo.inquirer.net/1089736/about-face-duterte-now-says-dont-kill-bishops-priests(February 25, 2019)

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„People moan about drugs being tested on animals. I sort of think it depends innit. If the drug's aspirin and the monkey's got a headache, is it right?“

—  Karl Pilkington English television personality, social commentator, actor, author and former radio producer 1972

3 Minute Wonder, Episode 4
On Nature

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„As a rule people don’t think other people on drugs are funny. They think they are tragic. They have a point, but I still had the funny.“

—  Natasha Lyonne actress 1979

As quoted in "Spoonful of Sugar : Natasha Lyonne’s Sweet Comeback" by Shira Levine, in Heeb Magazine (20 January 2009)

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„If the concept of probability and the formulae of the theory of probability are used without a clear understanding of the collectives involved, one may arrive at entirely misleading results.“

—  Richard von Mises Austrian physicist and mathematician 1883 - 1953

Fifth Lecture, Applications in Statistics and the Theory of Errors, p. 166
Probability, Statistics And Truth - Second Revised English Edition - (1957)

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„I say what I think
Because it's more economic than drugs or a drink“

—  Sara Bareilles American pop rock singer-songwriter and pianist 1979

"Sweet As Whole"
Lyrics, Once Upon Another Time (2012)

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„I don't do drugs. I'm drugs.“

—  Salvador Dalí Spanish artist 1904 - 1989

In an interview conducted by Paloma Chamorro in Madrid (Spain), 1982; as cited in Salvador Dalí: a la conquista de lo irracional, Javier Pérez Andújar (2003) p. 245
Quotes of Salvador Dali, 1981 - 1989
Variante: I don't do drugs. I'm drugs.

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„I think I probably made a mistake in the Hardwick case… I do think it was inconsistent in a general way with Roe.“

—  Lewis F. Powell, Jr. American judge 1907 - 1998

When I had the opportunity to reread the opinions a few months later, I thought the dissent had the better of the arguments.
At NYU Law School, (18 October 1990); after retirement from the Court, reflecting on his vote in Bowers v. Hardwick to uphold laws making homosexual sex a crime for which people could be imprisoned. Reported in Nat Hentoff, " Infamous Sodomy Law Struck Down http://www.villagevoice.com/news/9850,213790,2210,6.html", The Village Voice, 22 December 1998.
1990s

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