From The Economist’s obituary of footballer Sailendra Nath Manna:
"His feet were a metaphor for other virtues. He played carefully, like a gentleman. In a 20-year career he was never booked, never swore, and fouled no one. As captain, he did not raise his voice to players. He disciplined by example, and would refuse to take food before they had eaten theirs. Though he seldom let opponents past him, he was good friends with them off the pitch—even if they played for MB’s great local rival, East Bengal. He had no enemies. On one occasion the Border Security Force team so hobbled Mohun Bagan with vicious tackling in the drawn semi-final of the Durand Cup that MB could not take the field for the replay. Manna-da calmed down the furious crowd of 20,000 who had come to see the game, and then wished BSF good luck for the final."
“Lufthansa’s Frankfurt (FRA) facility handled 110 million creatures of various varieties last year, four million more than the number of human passengers carried by the airline and its units, though the total was swollen by 80 million tropical fish and 300 tons of worms, including live bait for anglers.”— Bloomberg
“This project is experimental and of course comes without any warranty
whatsoever. However, it could start a revolution in information access.”—Tim Berners-Lee at 10:01pm on August 19th, 1991 (source, and I encourage you to read the entire post)