My husband, Alex, invited me to lunch where a team of people in the craft industry were strategizing to find the right products on their upcoming trip to China. They were talking about how sometimes, the consumer doesn't know best. I chimed in with a great quote I remembered, "Before cars, people wanted faster horses." And then proceeded to site Harrison Ford... whoops, I corrected to say it was Henry, but guess what, the actual source is unknown. Great. Thinking along those lines, here's another quote I found on the internet:
"The problem with quotes from the internet is it is hard to verify their authenticity." Abraham Lincoln
Abe is so right... No really, whoever said this is genius.
The quote to the left was written by William Arthur Ward, but many attribute Ernest Hemingway. More about that here.
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