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1. Bad things don’t hap­pen to writ­ers; it’s all ma­te­rial: Gar­ri­son Keil­lor

2. I do not agree with what you have to say, but I’ll de­fend to the death your right to say it: Voltaire

3. Most rock jour­nal­ism is peo­ple who can’t write, in­ter­view­ing peo­ple who can’t talk, for peo­ple who can’t read: Frank Zappa

4. Jour­nal­ism largely con­sists of say­ing ‘Lord Jones is Dead’ to peo­ple who never knew that Lord Jones was alive: G K Ch­ester­ton

5. Ob­jec­tive jour­nal­ism and an opin­ion col­umn are about as sim­i­lar as the Bi­ble and Play­boy magazine: Wal­ter Cronkite

6. If I want to knock a story off the front page, I just change my hair­style: Hil­lary Clin­ton

7. By giv­ing us the opin­ions of the un­e­d­u­cated, jour­nal­ism keeps us in touch with the ig­no­rance of the com­mu­nity: Os­car Wilde

8. The free­dom of the press works in such a way that there is not much free­dom from it: Grace Kelly

9. News is some­thing some­one wants sup­pressed. Ev­ery­thing else is just ad­ver­tis­ing: Al­fred Harmsworth, Lord North­cliffe.

10. I get up in the morn­ing with an idea for a three­vol­ume novel and by night­fall it’s a para­graph in my col­umn: Don Mar­quis

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