"If a man could say nothing against a character but what he can prove, history could not be written."
The above statement sounds pretty smart, right? well, If i tell you who first said it, you'll say,"whatever" so just read on.
Mankind knowing a dumb person, will think that everything that they say will be dumb, but some of the most eccentric people could say something smart. and vise versa.
"Live, Love, and Laugh" sounds poetic. The Phrase's origin i don't know, but a person I know says it and most think it's boring because the person is boring,
"I can not think of the answer" sounds like something an average, every day person would say, but This was most likely said by Albert Einstein, who although was very intelligent, was bad in math class.
now you're thinking that phrase up at the top was said by Aristotle, or Galileo, or Shakespeare, but look:
"If a man could say nothing against a character but what he can prove, history could not be written." From a statement by Michael Jackson released by People Magazine, 1988.