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114,338.  Miss Waxham: P.S. I like you very much.  (United States & West & Like)  Ethel Waxham, correspondence with John Love, cited Ken Burns, The West VIII: One Sky Above Us I 1887-1914  

 

 

2,190.  I think the importance of life is to like yourself.  If you don’t like yourself nothing means anything ... What’s the point of living if you don’t like who you are?  (Life’s Like That & Like & Self)  Aaron Russo, interview Alex Jones

 

 

2,275.  Only Reason can convince us of those three fundamental truths without a recognition of which there can be no effective liberty: that what we believe is not necessarily true; that what we like is not necessarily good; and that all questions are open.  (Reason & Liberty & Believe & Like & Question)  Clive Bell 1881-1964, English art critic

 

 

4,465.  I do not want people to be very agreeable, as it saves me the trouble of liking them a great deal.  (People & Like)  Jane Austen

 

 

6,163.  Liking other people is an illusion we have to cherish in ourselves if we are to live in society.  (Society & Illusion & Like & People)  John Fowles, The Magus

 

 

20,944.  I like Johnny.  But I like you better.  (GBH Films & Like)  Scarface 1932 aka The Shame of the Nation starring Paul Muni & George Raft & Ann Dvorak & Karen Morley & Osgood Perkins & C Henry Gordon & Vince Barnett & Boris Karloff & Purnell Pratt & Tully Marshall et al, director Howard Hughes, him to her

 

 

22,683.  I think I’m going to like you.  (GBH Films & Like)  Mickey Blue Eyes 1998 starring Hugh Grant & Jeanne Tripplehorn & James Caan & James Fox & Burt Young & Joe Viterelli & Gerry Becker & Maddie Corman et al, director Kelly Makin, Caan to Grant

 

 

73,354.  I’m interested in ways of looking.  And trying to think of it in simple ways.  (Art & Look)  David Hockney, televised interview cited Hockney BBC 2015

 

 

79,367.  I like him not.  William Shakespeare, Hamlet III iii 1, King

 

 

79,368.  Joey, don’t get to liking Shane too much.  Shane 1953 starring Alan Ladd & Jean Miller & Van Heflin & Brandon deWilde & Jack Palance & Ben Johnson & Edgar Buchanan & Emile Meyer & Elish Cook & Douglas Spencer & John Dierkes & Ellen Corby & Paul McVey et al, director George Stevens, mother to son

 

 

79,369.  There is nothing in the whole world so painful as feeling that one is not liked.  It always seems to me that people who hate me must be suffering from some strange form of lunacy.  Sei Shonagon

 

 

79,370.  What are you like?  The Catherine Tate show s2e5, Paul to Sam & Paul Whitehouse et al

 

 

79,371.  You’ll like this.  Not a lot.  But you’ll like it.  Paul Daniels

 

 

97,449.  I’ll start with the happy ending; I don’t like Tony Blair or New Labour.  I’ve never liked them and I knew all along I didn’t like them.

 

This is the optimistic outcome of the twenty-five years covered in this book.  Not that many other people like them, though lots thought they did, because they didn’t feel anything better was possible.  So polls showed Blair as the most popular Prime Minister of the 20th century.  But who do you know who liked him?  No one.  He was the most unpopular person there had ever been.  He reminded me of an irritating idiot at a party, who everyone wishes would leave, but no one dares tell him to because everyone thinks he’s everyone else’s friend.  (Labour & Like & Blair)  Mark Steel, Reasons to be Cheerful