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HEARD IN PASSING
March 1, 2013   
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“I don’t like pornographic films, because I resent the predictable endings.”
—Jerzy Urban, editor-in-chief of the controversial NIE magazine and former spokesman for Poland’s last communist-era government

“Of course, I’d prefer if there were no homosexuals at all, no divorces and no common-law marriages; I would also prefer everybody to observe the Ten Commandments, but as a politician I know that’s impossible.”
—Stefan Niesiołowski, a deputy from the Civic Platform (PO) party, in a televised debate on changing morals

“When somebody tells me they advocate free access to drugs, I always tell them: Start with your own children. Until you do that, you have no credibility.”
—Leszek Miller, head of the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD), on proposals to legalize soft drugs, marijuana in particular

“I have five daughters, so I’ve had my share of classes in feminine psychology.”
—Ivan Lendl, one of the best tennis players of all time, currently the coach of U.S. Open champion Andy Murray, asked whether he would be willing to coach a young female tennis player

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