Although I gave credit to the site picture was from, Blogger received a complaint about this Quote of the Day and pulled the post. More info below.
Rather than butt heads with...well, let's just leave it at rather than butt heads, I'll post the Quote of the Day as a screen shot of a Twitter post.
If the post is pulled again, just send me an email and I'll be more than happy to share.
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The Blogger Team