Kin Hubbard en
Frank McKinney Hubbard was an American cartoonist, humorist, and journalist better known by his pen name "Kin" Hubbard. He was creator of the cartoon "Abe Martin of Brown County" which ran in U.S. newspapers from 1904 until his death in 1930, and was the originator of many political quips that remain in use. North American humorist Will Rogers reportedly declared Hubbard to be "America's greatest humorist." The American playwright, screenwriter and journalist Lawrence Riley wrote the biographical play Kin Hubbard in his memory. It starred Tom Ewell and June Lockhart. [ - ]
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- Bargain... anything a customer thinks a store is losing money on.
- Live so that you can at least get the benefit of the doubt.
- One of the commonest mistakes is thinking your worries are over when your children get married.
- It's going to be fun to watch and see how long the meek can keep the earth after they inherit it.
- Nobody ever forgets where he buried the hatchet.
- Making a long stay short is a great aid to popularity.
- Politics makes strange postmasters.
- Kindness goes a long ways lots of times when it ought to stay at home.
- Why doesn't the fellow who says, I'm no speechmaker let it go at that instead of giving a demonstration?
- It is no disgrace to be poor, but it might as well be.