"How I wish that somewhere there existed an island
for those who are wise and of goodwill!
In such a place even I would be an ardent patriot."
by:
Albert Einstein
(1879-1955) Physicist and Professor, Nobel Prize 1921
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Let me know, I am there. ;-)
 -- E Archer, NYC
 
 -- Mike, Norwalk 
What would be the point? It would be like hiding your light under a basket and liberty would hardly be furthered by that.
 -- Dana, Lincoln
 
Sounds like only perfection deserves patriotism. Our country was founded by wisdom and with goodwill and he was here. Too bad the Nobel is no longer worth a crap. Now it is given to terrorists and habitual liars.
 -- warren, olathe
 
WOW! Go Warren! Damned straight you are too...The Nobel might as well be a paperweight now that Rev. Gore has one. I say Rev. Gore because it takes a giant leap of faith to believe ANYthing that "A"hole says.
 -- J Carlton, Calgary
 
Check out the fact that it has also been given to Arafat and Jimmy Carter. That makes the thing an embarrassment to any future recipient that happens to be a decent human being.
 -- warren, olathe
 
 
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