The phrasing “a thin line between x and y” likely began when 17th-century English poet John Dryden said “great wits” are close to “madness”
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Star Search was the ‘80s precursor to American Idol — a talent show in which singers (and comics and dancers) competed to win money and industry recognition
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Peace, love and happiness? It’s just you and Al Green, Asher..
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As Ronald Reagan used to say, “Trust, but verify”
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Wealth is the new religion, and the a Mercedes Benz is the new church