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Catherine Love Quotes and Alcohol Trivia
Version 1.02
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Table of Contents:

I.  Version History

II.  Quotations by Author
        (Q1)   Ambrose Bierce
        (Q2)   Ango Sakaguchi
        (Q3)   Arthur Schopenhauer
        (Q4)   Anton Chekhov
        (Q5)   Augustine of Hippo
        (Q6)   Benjamin Franklin
        (Q7)   Blaise Pascal
        (Q8)   Boethius
        (Q9)   Dante
        (Q10)  Dionysius Cato
        (Q11)  Douglas Adams
        (Q12)  Francis I
        (Q13)  Fuller
        (Q14)  George Carlin
        (Q15)  Heinrich Heine
        (Q16)  Henri de Regnier
        (Q17)  Honore de Balzac
        (Q18)  James Oppenheim
        (Q19)  JeanJacques Rousseau
        (Q20)  Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
        (Q21)  John Dryden
        (Q22)  John Linnell
        (Q23)  Kyoka Izumi
        (Q24)  Lord Byron
        (Q25)  Lucius Annaeus Seneca
        (Q26)  Lyndon B. Johnson
        (Q27)  Madame de Giradin
        (Q28)  Marie von EbnerEschenbach
        (Q29)  Mark Twain
        (Q30)  Marquis de vauvenargues
        (Q31)  Martin Luther King Jr
        (Q32)  Menander
        (Q33)  Moliere
        (Q34)  Norton Juster
        (Q35)  Oscar Wilde
        (Q36)  Paul Valery
        (Q37)  Phyllis Diller
        (Q38)  Pierre Beaumarchais (The Marriage of Figaro)
        (Q39)  Pierre de Marivaux
        (Q40)  Plato
        (Q41)  Plautus
        (Q42)  Pliny the Younger
        (Q43)  Proverb
        (Q44)  Pythagoras
        (Q45)  Quintus Horatius Flaccus
        (Q46)  R.G. Collingwood
        (Q47)  Ralph Waldo Emerson
        (Q48)  Richard Barnfield
        (Q49)  Richard M. Nixon
        (Q50)  Robert Louis Stevenson
        (Q51)   Rodney Dangerfield
        (Q52)  Rudyard Kipling
        (Q53)  Samuel Johnson
        (Q54)  Saneatsu Mushanokoji
        (Q55)  Sei Shonagon
        (Q56)  Shakespeare 
        (Q57)  Socrates
        (Q58)  Sophocles
        (Q59)  Thomas a Kempis
        (Q60)  Thomas Mutton
        (Q61)  William Blake 
        (Q62)  William Clayton
        (Q63)  Zhuge Liang 
        (Q64)  Missing Author (Help me out!)

III.  Alcohol Trivia
        (A1)   Beer
        (A2)   Cocktail
        (A3)   Sake
        (A4)   Whisky

IV.  Acknowledgements

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I.  Version History

Version 1.02

- Added more quotes (Thanks ProudAnseImo!)
- Removed some duplicate quotes (Thanks Mike Stevens!)

Version 1.01

- Fixed weird characters
- Added a quote (Thanks AsianCrisis!)

Version 1.00
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- I'm missing some authors for quotes so if anyone knows
 who they are or if i'm missing quotes, email me! 
  (kanseidrifter (at) gmail (dot) com)

- This release was powered by whisky, vodka, 
  peach schnapps and a semi-functional Xbox 360.

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II.  Quotations by Author

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(Q1)

Love is temporary insanity curable by marriage
        - Ambrose Bierce

(Q2) 

Man lives, man falls.
There is no convenient short-cut to salvation that exists outside of this.
        - Ango Sakaguchi

(Q3)


To marry is to halve your rights and double your duties
        - Arthur Schopenhauer

(Q4) 

Being in love shows a person who he should be.
        - Anton Chekhov

..the great thing in married life was patience.
        - Anton Chekhov

(Q5)

...man is a kind of mean between angels and beasts.
        - Augustine of Hippo

(Q6)

Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead.
        - Benjamin Franklin

(Q7)

There are two kinds of men: the righteous who think they are sinners 
and the sinners who think they are righteous. 
	- Blaise Pascal

(Q8)

Man is a two-legged animal endowed with reason.
        - Boethius

(Q9)

How long in woman lasts the fire of love, 
If eye or touch do not relight it often.
        - Dante 

(Q10)

The greatest virtue in human matter is always patience.
        - Dionysius Cato

(Q11)

Let's think the unthinkable, let's do the undoable. 
Let us prepare to grapple with the ineffable itself, 
and see if we may not eff it after all.

        - Douglas Adams (Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency)

(Q12) 

Woman is always fickle--foolish is he who trusts her.
        - Francis I

(Q13)

A cat has nine lives, and a woman has the life of nine cats.
        - Fuller

(Q14)

"I am" is reportedly the shortest sentence in the English language. 
Could it be that "I do" is the longest sentence?
        - George Carlin

(Q15)

I will not say that women have no character; 
rather, they have a new one every day
        - Heinrich Heine

Matrimony: the high sea for which no compass 
has yet been invented.
        - Heinrich Heine

Woman is at once serpent and apple.
        - Heinrich Heine

(Q16)

Women remember the men who made them laugh, men women who made them cry.
        - Henri de Regnier

(Q17)

Marriage must incessantly contend with a monster
 that devours everything: familiarity.
        - Honore de Balzac

(Q18)

Man's the bad child of the universe.
        - James Oppenheim

(Q19)

A man says what he knows, a woman says what will please.
        - Jean-Jacques Rousseau
(Q20)

He only earns his freedom and his life 
Who takes them every day by storm.
        - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

(Q21)

Men are but children of a larger growth.
        - John Dryden

(Q22)

People are kind of messed up sometimes.
        - John Linnell


(Q23)

Marriage, all in all, is a cowardly method 
that tries to subdue love through torture.
        - Kyoka Izumi

(Q24)

All tragedies are finished by a death, all comedies by a marriage.
        - Lord Byron

(Q25)

If you would wish another to keep your secret, first keep it yourself.
        - Lucius Annaeus Seneca

(Q26)

I have learned that only two things are necessary to keep one's wife happy.
First, let her think she's having her own way. And second, let her have it.
        - Lyndon B. Johnson

(Q27)

Love is a moment in life, a dream, and at times, a painful dream.
        - Madame de Giradin

(Q28)

Marriage is a state where two people can't stand 
living together and can't stand living apart.
        - Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach

(Q29)

When you fish for love, bait with your heart, not your brain.
        - Mark Twain

(Q30)

Those who can bear all can dare all.
        -Marquis de Vauvenargues


(Q31)

What is needed is a realization that power without love is reckless 
and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic.
        - Martin Luther King Jr.

(Q32)

Marriage, if one will face the truth, is an evil, but a necessary evil.
        - Menander

(Q33)

We often marry in despair, so that we repent of it all our life after.
        - Moliere

(Q34)

So many things are possible just as long as you don't know they're impossible.
        - Norton Juster

(Q35)

Bigamy is having one wife too many, Monogamy is the same.
        - Oscar Wilde

Men marry because they are tired; women, because they are curious; 
both are disappointed.
        - Oscar Wilde

The one charm about marriage is that it makes a life of deception
absolutely necessary for both parties. 
        - Oscar Wilde

(Q36)

Love is being stupid together
        - Paul Valery

(Q37)

Never go to bed mad--stay up and fight
        - Phyllis Diller

(Q38)

Of all serious things, marriage is the most ludicrous.
        - Pierre Beaumarchais (The Marriage of Figaro)

(Q39)

The coquette knows how to please and not how to love…
That is why we love her so much…
        - Pierre de Marivaux

(Q40)

Courage is knowing what not to fear.
        - Plato

(Q41)

Patience is the best remedy for every trouble.
        - Plautus

(Q42)

Fear is a feeling that is stronger than love.
        - Pliny the Younger

(Q43)

Fear and courage are brothers.
        - Proverb

(Q44)

No man is free who cannot control himself.
        - Pythagoras

(Q45)

"It is courage, courage, courage, that raises the blood of life 
to crimson splendor. Live bravely and present a brave front to adversity."
        - Quintus Horatius Flaccus

(Q46)

Man has been defined as an animal capable of profiting
by the experience of others.
        - R.G. Collingwood

(Q47)

A man's wife has more power over him than the state has.
        - Ralph Waldo Emerson

Fear always springs from ignorance
        - Ralph Waldo Emerson

We aim above the mark to hit the mark
        - Ralph Waldo Emerson

We are all inventors, each sailing out on a voyage of discovery, 
guided each by a private chart, of which there is no duplicate.
        - Ralph Waldo Emerson

We walk alone in the world. Friends such as we desire, are dreams and fables
        - Ralph Waldo Emerson

(Q48)

Love is a friend, a fire, a heaven, a hell, 
where pleasure, pain and sad repentance dwell
        - Richard Barnfield

(Q49)

I gave 'em a sword. And they stuck it in, and they twisted it with relish. 
And I guess if I had been in their position, I'd have done the same thing.
        - Richard M. Nixon

(Q50)

Marriage is one long conversation, chequered by disputes
        - Robert Louis Stevenson

(Q51)

My wife and I were happy for 20 years--then we met.
        - Rodney Dangerfield

(Q52)

A woman's guess is much more accurate than a man's certainty.
        - Rudyard Kipling

(Q53)

It is commonly a weak man who marries for love.
        - Samuel Johnson

(Q54)

A fool dreams of the happiness of marriage while single, 
and dreams of happiness of bachelorism while married
        - Saneatsu Mushanokoji

(Q55)

Far, yet near; such is the relationship of man and woman.
        - Sei Shonagon

(Q56)

All the world's a stage,
And all the men and women merely players.
        - Shakespeare (As Your Like It)

A man may weep upon his wedding day.
        - Shakespeare (Henry VIII)

(Q57)

As to marriage or celibacy, let a man take which course he will, 
he will be sure to repent.
        - Socrates

By all means marry; if you get a good wife, you'll be happy. 
If you get a bad one, you'll become a philosopher...
        - Socrates

(Q58)

Reason is God's crowning gift to man.
        - Sophocles

(Q59)

As fire testeth iron, so doth temptation the upright man.
        - Thomas a Kempis

(Q60)

A dream is something that will disappear no matter 
how much you wish it to believe it.
        - Thomas Mutton

Life is like a puzzle without a solution.
        - Thomas Mutton

(Q61)

The nakedness of woman is the work of God.
        - William Blake 

(Q62)

The dumber people think you are, the more surprised 
they're going to be when you kill them.
        - William Clayton

(Q63)

Those who are skilled in combat do not become angered,
those who are skilled at winning do not become afraid.
Thus the wise win while the ignorant fight to win.
        - Zhuge Liang


(Q64) 

Man basically consists only of a digestive organ and a reproductive organ
        - ?

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III.  Alcohol Trivia
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 | (A1) Beer  |
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1) Cold beer can be amazing, but do you know the best temperature 
to enjoy a good brew? When beer gets too cold, the proteins 
solidify and cloud the beer, and it doesn't form a good head. 
It does vary by season, brand, and personal taste, but most
beers are not recommended to be served at lower 
than 45 degrees Fahrenheit. That's already very cold.
Be wary of bars that freeze their beer! 

2) It's said that glass shape and pour style has much 
to do with how much foam you get, but there is another factor.
It's the cleanliness of the glass. 
Even the tiny bit of oil or dust will affect the
beer's surface tension, making it less foamy. 
This means that it's not a good thing to wipe a 
wet beer glass with a dry cloth. 
Rinse the glass with hot water, 
and turn it over to let it air dry. 
Please try this out!

3) Do you know what "draft" beer is? Fresh beer still has 
yeast bacteria inside, which cannot be preserved. 
However, the beer's taste is changed by pasteurization. 
"Draft" beer is unpasteurized. However, it is possible to
filter draft beer to remove the bacteria so the beer lasts longer. 

4) You've heard of "beer belly," but did you know that beer 
itself doesn't make you fat? Beer is relatively low in 
calories and makes you urinate more, so the calories
don't build up, making it hard to get fat. 
Yet, since sugar is required to break down alcohol 
and beer foam makes you hungrier...
When these things combine, you get the munchies and.
..Voila! Beer belly!

5) Beer is loved all over the world, but where did it come from? 
The earliest records of beer-making are from 5000 years ago 
in ancient Mesopotamia. It is said the barley used to make 
bread fermented naturally, and beer was created by coincidence. 
The earliest known alcohol is said to be from 9000 years ago in China,
a mix of rice and fruit alcohols. I guess you could say humanity's 
had a long time to enjoy their drinks. 

6) When was the first time you ever drank beer?
 Just because you're legally underage to purchase beer 
does not always mean it is illegal to drink it. 
Many countries have different drinking ages. 
In New Zealand, there is no minimum drinking age if under parent supervision!
On the other hand, many Islamic nations forbid alcohol at any age.

7) Do you know the etymology of the word "beer"? Neither do I.
Unfortunately, there is no definitive answer to this question.
However, the most likely candidate is the 
Latin "bibere," meaning "to drink." 
A drink's name derived from the act of drinking itself. 
That's quite a thing! On a side note, the Spanish word
"cerveza" is apparently traced back to the Roman goddess Ceres.

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 | (A2) Cocktail |
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1) The name "rum and cola" is actually a nickname. 
Do you know the real name of this drink? 
It's called the "Cuba Libre." 
The rum called for in this drink represents Cuba. 
This is a cocktail which is mixed the national specialties 
of Cuba and the United States, as a celebration of Cuba's independence.
"Cuba Libre" means "Free Cuba." 
It tastes differently when you know the history.

2) There are a lot of cocktails with the name "fizz" in them, 
but do you know where this came from? "Fizz"-type cocktails 
are a distilled drink plus lemon plus sugar and soda water. 
"Fizz" refers to the sound the soda makes. They're all sweet,
so even lightweights can wash them down like juice. 

3) Did you know the United States outlawed alcohol 
between 1920 and 1933? It is said that this very prohibition 
paved a way for the "cocktail culture" to bloom. 
Alcohol made in secret tended to taste terrible, 
so people began mixing it with anything 
and everything to make it more enjoyable. 
These are the roots of the modern cocktail. 
The more you stamp on a weed, the more it thrives... 
My, that's deep. 

4) It's said that chugging alcohol isn't good for you, 
but sometimes it's necessary. 
The cocktail "Nikolaschka" is an example of this.
It uses cognac, lemon, coffee, and sugar, but...
First, you put the lemon, coffee, and sugar in your mouth, 
then you take a big swig of cognac! 
Of course, you can't even talk until you drink it all.
It's necessary to chug it. But cognac contains 40% alcohol,
so those with low tolerances should not attempt this.

5) One style of cocktail that requires the most experience 
and technique to create is the "pousse-cafe." 
Normally, cocktails are stirred thoroughly,
but this is a cocktail you cannot mix. 
The bartender creates a beautiful rainbow inside the glass 
by carefully layering differently colored liqueurs
according to their densities.
But, what's the best way to drink this? 
Mixing it will ruin the effect and if you don't mix it, it stays separated
...Perhaps the agony of indecision is part of the poiusse-cafe's appeal. 

6) Liquor is usually consumed for the purposes of getting drunk,
but some cocktails exist for the opposite reason. 
One such cocktail is the Prairie Oyster, made to fix hangovers.
The recipe is Worcestershire sauce, tomato juice, vinegar, 
pepper, and a raw egg. It's meant to be swallowed in a single gulp,
so that the yolk remains unbroken. 
Who thought this up in the first place!?

7) The term "cocktail" is exactly what it sounds like; a cock's tail.
 Why is it called that? No clear etymology exists for the word, 
but here's a famous story: 
A long time ago, an English sailor asked a young Mexican boy 
stirring alcohol in a glass what the name of the liquor was...
The boy thought he was asking about the name of the stirring stick, 
so he answered, "cola de gallo"; a cock's tail feather. 
And this is said to have spread as the name of mixed drinks in general. 
Isn't that interesting? But who knows what's true?

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  | (A3) Sake |
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1) Refined sake is made by filtering nigori sake, but did you know that 
another strange ingredient is added at this time? Ash is added. 
It's said that a sake maker in the Edo period put ash into 
the sake to take out his anger. 
This is the unexpected success story behind this delicacy.

2) Do you know what the difference between sochu and seishu is? 
Since the Chinese character for "burn" is in the word "shochu,"
many people think shochu is made by heating it up. 
Actually, shochu is merely distilled sake. 
So, people who like shochu might have a high tolerance for alcohol. 

3) Do you know who the first Westerner to drink Japanese sake was? 
According to records, it was Spanish missionary Francis Xavier, 
who came to Japan in 1549. In his letters written back home, 
he was amazed to learn that the alcohol was made from rice, not fruit. 
It must have been a rice surprise! 

4) Japanese sake uses many different words in brand names, 
but the most commonly used is "Masamune." 
Why has Masamune been such a common name since olden times? 
Masamune could be a person's name, but the origin actually 
does not come from a person. An old sake maker found a phrase 
"Rinzai Seishu." Though spelled differently,
seishu also can mean "sake."
But the character for "seishu" is also read "masamune," 
and the term stuck.
Wait... All this history, for a lousy pun? Ugh.

5) Do you know the true meaning behind "nama ippon," 
a type of Japanese sake? There are conditions a sake
 brewer must follow to label their sake "nama ippon." 
One: it must be only made with rice and malted rice. 
Two: No water is added after squeezing. 
Three: No sake from other batches may be mixed into the brew. 
This means that the drink is pure rice sake. 
Use this knowledge the next time you buy sake! 

6) In Japan, a common phrase to describe a drunk person is "drunk as dirt."
Do you know where this phrase comes from?
 The "dirt" in this case isn't actual dirt. 
A bug that appears in old Chinese tales is called a "Dei," 
and uses the same character as "dirt" in Japanese. 
Dei live in water, and when they walk on land 
they stagger about like a drunkard. 

7) So where did the rink known as "Japanese sake" originate? 
Most sakes that appears in Japanese mythology are fruit liqueurs. 
Only after the Japanese began to plant rice did 
"sake" come to refer to rice sake. 
That means that it might be a drink that came over from China or Korea.

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  | (A4) Whisky |
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1) Do you know what "malt" means? 
It can often be seen on alcohol labels.
"Malt" refers to malted barley, a key ingredient. 
Yet, if it is labeled as "malt whisky," it must also be scotch.
"Single malt" means that the malts used come from the same distillery. 
Malt whisky can vary wildly in taste depending on how it is made,
so there are many different brands.

2) Do you know what the difference between whisky and brandy is? 			
Alcohol content? Price? No, there is a more fundamental difference. 		
Whisky is made from grains, and brandy is made from fruit. 
It tastes differently when you think about it that way.

3) Have you ever heard of the term, "angel's share"? 
During the aging process, some whisky will be lost to evaporation. 
This is called 	the "angel's share."
I hear that if they seal it so it doesn't evaporate, 
the whisky doesn't have that nice aroma.
What a fancy way of saying it. 

4) Gasoline is a liquid which is volatile and highly flammable, 
so it's just like alcohol, isn't it? 
Gasoline is fuel for automobiles... 
So would they run on alcohol? 
Actually, in a race in South Africa, there was a car that ran
close to two hundred miles on whisky. 
It seems like such a waste to run a car on a delicious whisky!

5) Do you know what the strongest distilled alcoholic 
beverage in the world is? 
The strongest alcohol in the world...is spirytus, 
or rectified spirit, a vodka made in Poland. 
It is distilled more than 60 times. It is...190 proof!
But apparently, locals do not drink it. 
They use it to make homemade liqueurs, dipping fruits in it.

6) Can you spell "whisky" correctly? 
Actually, "whisky" and "whiskey" are both correct spellings.
 In England, I hear that they spell it differently, 
depending on what kind of whisky it is...
Bourbon has a "key," and scotch has none. 
That is how some learn it. 
These are nice things to know if you want to 
be very knowledgeable in whisky. 

7) Do you know what the word "whisky" means?
It means "water of life" in Gaelic, 
a language from northern Europe. 
It's nice to know where your favorite things come from.

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IV.  Acknowledgements
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-Thanks to GameFAQs for being the best resource since I was a lil kid!
-Thanks to my buddy irishGUARD for lending me his 360.
-Thanks to Atlus for the greatest games ever!
-Thanks to AsianCrisis for Quote 16!
-Thanks to ProudAnseImo for Quotes 11, 22 and 63!
-Thanks to Mike Stevens for catching mistakes!

Let me know if I'm missing any quotes or have made errors in this FAQ!
Email me at kanseidrifter (at) gmail (dot) com. 

Laters! 

-FidyYuan/Kanseidrifter