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Thoughts by Robert Lee Fulghum and other great thinkers

Published 11/07/2012, Superior Telegram

Many Americans have a talent for statements, humorous and otherwise. Will Rogers and Mark Twain come quickly to mind, and there are many others. One that impresses me and still alive is Robert Lee Fulghum. One of his quips that I recall is both humorous and philosophical: “All I really need to know, I learned in Kindergarten.”

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