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{{quote|quote=[A good friend of mine has said] There's this feeling that people who aren't religious are kind of cold and uncreative.  His point is that any five year old can make up Adam and Eve or the world on the back of a turtle, or any of the creation myths, whereas the "creativity" comes in things like black holes, which are so much harder to think up, and you can '''prove'''.|author=Penn Jillette|reference=(Richard Dawkins interview)|book=Penn Radio}}
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{{quote|quote=[A good friend of mine has said] What the hell are you doing there's this feeling that people who aren't religious are kind of cold and uncreative.  His point is that any five year old can make up Adam and Eve or the world on the back of a turtle, or any of the creation myths, whereas the "creativity" comes in things like black holes, which are so much harder to think up, and you can '''prove'''.|author=Penn Jillette|reference=(Richard Dawkins interview)|book=Penn Radio}}
  
 
{{quote|quote=Caught up in a whirlwind, can't catch my breath<br />Knee deep in hot water, broke out in a cold sweat<br />Can't catch a turtle in this rat race<br />Feels like I'm losin' time at a breakneck pace|book=Tightrope|author=Stevie Ray Vaughan}}
 
{{quote|quote=Caught up in a whirlwind, can't catch my breath<br />Knee deep in hot water, broke out in a cold sweat<br />Can't catch a turtle in this rat race<br />Feels like I'm losin' time at a breakneck pace|book=Tightrope|author=Stevie Ray Vaughan}}

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Turtle Quotes

Turtles always strike me as devastatingly serious. If turtles could talk, I'd believe everything they said.
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...in books

All the thoughts of a turtle are turtle.
{{{character}}}, {{#if: Journal'5/9 1854' |in |}}|}}{{#if: Journal |Journal{{#if: '5/9 1854'Ralph Waldo Emerson |, |}} |}}{{#if: '5/9 1854' | '5/9 1854'{{#if: Ralph Waldo Emerson |, |}} |}}{{#if: Ralph Waldo Emerson |{{#if: '5/9 1854'Journal |by |}}Ralph Waldo Emerson|}}


The turtle lives 'twixt plated decks
Which practically conceal its sex.
I think it clever of the turtle
In such a fix to be so fertile.
{{{character}}}, {{#if: 'The Turtle' |in |}}|}}{{#if: |{{{book}}}{{#if: 'The Turtle'Odgen Nash |, |}} |}}{{#if: 'The Turtle' | 'The Turtle'{{#if: Odgen Nash |, |}} |}}{{#if: Odgen Nash |{{#if: 'The Turtle' |by |}}Odgen Nash|}}


Oh, a very useful philosophical animal, your average tortoise. Outrunning metaphorical arrows, beating hares in races... very handy.
{{{character}}}, {{#if: Small Gods |in |}}|}}{{#if: Small Gods |Small Gods{{#if: Terry Pratchett |, |}} |}}{{#if: | {{{reference}}}{{#if: Terry Pratchett |, |}} |}}{{#if: Terry Pratchett |{{#if: Small Gods |by |}}Terry Pratchett|}}


The rareness of meeting a Buddha is compared with the difficulty of a blind sea- turtle finding a log to float on, or a one-eyed tortoise finding a log with a spy-hole through it.
{{{character}}}, {{#if: Chinese proverbs |in |}}|}}{{#if: Chinese proverbs |Chinese proverbs{{#if: Soothill |, |}} |}}{{#if: | {{{reference}}}{{#if: Soothill |, |}} |}}{{#if: Soothill |{{#if: Chinese proverbs |by |}}Soothill|}}


...in music / radio

[A good friend of mine has said] What the hell are you doing there's this feeling that people who aren't religious are kind of cold and uncreative. His point is that any five year old can make up Adam and Eve or the world on the back of a turtle, or any of the creation myths, whereas the "creativity" comes in things like black holes, which are so much harder to think up, and you can prove.
{{{character}}}, {{#if: Penn Radio(Richard Dawkins interview) |in |}}|}}{{#if: Penn Radio |Penn Radio{{#if: (Richard Dawkins interview)Penn Jillette |, |}} |}}{{#if: (Richard Dawkins interview) | (Richard Dawkins interview){{#if: Penn Jillette |, |}} |}}{{#if: Penn Jillette |{{#if: (Richard Dawkins interview)Penn Radio |by |}}Penn Jillette|}}


Caught up in a whirlwind, can't catch my breath
Knee deep in hot water, broke out in a cold sweat
Can't catch a turtle in this rat race
Feels like I'm losin' time at a breakneck pace
{{{character}}}, {{#if: Tightrope |in |}}|}}{{#if: Tightrope |Tightrope{{#if: Stevie Ray Vaughan |, |}} |}}{{#if: | {{{reference}}}{{#if: Stevie Ray Vaughan |, |}} |}}{{#if: Stevie Ray Vaughan |{{#if: Tightrope |by |}}Stevie Ray Vaughan|}}


...in film

Gus, don't be a giant snapping turtle! We'll have a case in ... 5 minutes.
Shawn, {{#if: PsychEpisode 203: 65 Million Years Off |in |}}|}}{{#if: Psych |Psych{{#if: Episode 203: 65 Million Years Off |, |}} |}}{{#if: Episode 203: 65 Million Years Off | Episode 203: 65 Million Years Off{{#if: |, |}} |}}{{#if: |{{#if: Episode 203: 65 Million Years OffPsych |by |}}{{{author}}}|}}


[Bandit] I got you boxed in like a turtle's belly
Sheriff Buford T. Justice, {{#if: Smokey and the Bandit II |in |}}|}}{{#if: Smokey and the Bandit II |Smokey and the Bandit II{{#if: |, |}} |}}{{#if: | {{{reference}}}{{#if: |, |}} |}}{{#if: |{{#if: Smokey and the Bandit II |by |}}{{{author}}}|}}


Dance, you mud turtles. Dance!
Slave driver, {{#if: The Ten Commandments (1956) |in |}}|}}{{#if: The Ten Commandments (1956) |The Ten Commandments (1956){{#if: |, |}} |}}{{#if: | {{{reference}}}{{#if: |, |}} |}}{{#if: |{{#if: The Ten Commandments (1956) |by |}}{{{author}}}|}}