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Andrew Jackson

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Corporations have neither bodies to kick nor souls to damn.
This is widely attributed to Jackson on the internet, but in research done for Wikiquote, no published source has been found. Similar remarks, "Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned, they therefore do as they like." and "It has no soul to damn and no body to kick." have been attributed to Edward Thurlow, 1st Baron Thurlow (9 December 1731 Ė 12 September 1806).

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Corporations have neither bodies to be punished, nor souls to be condemned; they therefore do as they like.

Edward Thurlow

God damn X-Entertainment. God damn it for being so god damn interesting that I'd rather sit reading their god damn articles when I should be doing some god damn work. God damn them. God damn the doctor for putting me on these god damn pills that make me god damn drowsy and f**ked up all god damn morning. God damn everything. Then god damn god damning. (18 August 2004)

Ben Croshaw

You have to pass an exam, and the jobs that you get are either shining shoes, or herding cows, or tend to pigs. Thank God, I don't want any of that! Damn it! And besides that they smack you for a reward; they call you an animal and it's not true, a little kid, etc.... Oh! Damn Damn Damn Damn Damn!

Arthur Rimbaud

I love Italian opera ó itís so reckless. Damn Richard Wagner, and his bellowings at Fate and death. Damn Debussy, and his averted face. I like the Italians who run all on impulse, and donít care about their immortal souls, and donít worry about the ultimate.

Claude Debussy

Corporations are going, we are told, to destroy the country. But what would this country be but for corporations? Who have developed it? Corporations. Who transact the most marvelous business the world has ever seen? Corporations.

Jay Gould
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