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Today marks the 40th anniversary of Richard Nixon's resignation from the White House. Here's a quiz that remembers some of the things he said along the way -- and in the aftermath.
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Kanye West?
"The problem, however, with pandas is that they don’t know how to mate. The only way they learn how is to watch other pandas mate. You see?"
Who said this, Richard Nixon or a character on Monty Python's Flying Circus?
"You ever see what happened, you know what happened to the Greeks. Homosexuality destroyed them. Sure, Aristotle was a homo, we all know that, so was Socrates."
Who said this, Richard Nixon or former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards?
"I assume history will record some of the things I did wrong or they think I did wrong. But responsible, interested people will look at the record, and whatever they say can't erase the record."
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Christopher Hitchens?
"But you show me a girl that swears and I’ll show you an awful unattractive person. ... I mean, all femininity is gone. And none of the smart girls do swear, incidentally."
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Iron Man?
"I'm the only one at the present time in this whole wide blinking world that can do a goddamn thing, you know. Keep it from blowing up."
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Mitt Romney?
"That's a big lava lamp. Congratulations."
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Lyndon B. Johnson?
"Well, did you do any fornicating this weekend?"
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Toronto Mayor Rob Ford?
“I’m serving people. I’m saving taxpayers money. And you know what, I made mistakes ... What can I say? I made a mistake, I’m human.”
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Vice President Joe Biden?
"I would not like to be a Russian leader. They never know when they're being taped."
Who said this, Richard Nixon or Newt Gingrich?
''I have often thought that if there had been a good rap group around in those days I might have chosen a career in music instead of politics.''