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We all have our pet things that we like to get religious about
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"We all have our pet things that we like to get religious about"

- Max Cannon

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This quote by Max Cannon recommends that everybody has something that they are passionate about which they are willing to defend and also fight for. It implies that people can end up being extremely committed to their beliefs as well as opinions, which they can end up being practically religious in their devotion to them. This can be anything from a political opinion to a favored sporting activities team. It recommends that people can end up being so enthusiastic concerning something that they want to visit terrific lengths to safeguard it. This quote is a tip that every person has something that they are passionate about which it is necessary to appreciate the ideas of others, also if they vary from our very own.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Max Cannon. He was a famous Artist from USA. The author also have 27 other quotes.

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