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You think I am a fool, but you are a greater fool than I am

"You think I am a fool, but you are a greater fool than I am"

- Sitting Bull

About this Quote

In this quote, Sitting Bull is expressing his belief that the individual he is speaking with is silly. Nevertheless, he also thinks that this individual is even more foolish than he is. This could be analyzed as a type of insult, as Sitting Bull is essentially stating that the other person's actions or beliefs are so absurd that they surpass his own level of foolishness. It could likewise be seen as a way for Sitting Bull to assert his own intelligence and knowledge, by comparing himself to someone he considers to be a "greater fool." In general, this quote showcases Sitting Bull's self-confidence and sharp wit.

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Sitting Bull This quote is written / told by Sitting Bull between July 2, 1831 and December 15, 1890. He was a famous Statesman from USA. The author also have 33 other quotes.

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