You are here

Nothing was Ever Accomplished

Nothing was Ever Accomplished Ice Breakers Button Museum
Category: 
Additional Images: 
Nothing was Ever Accomplished button back Ice Breakers Button Museum
Text on Button: 
NOTHING WAS EVER ACCOMPLISHED BY A REASONABLE PERSON
Image Description: 

White text on a light brown background

Curl Text: 

I (heart) ORDERS POWERLINE 77920 364

Back Style: 
The Shape: 
The Size: 
Additional Information: 

The phrase, "Nothing was every accomplished by a reasonable man," comes from the play Man and Superman by George Bernard Shaw. The modernization of man to person is more inclusive of any gender. George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was born in Dublin, Ireland. During his early years, his work was rejected by publishers. He transitioned to writing reviews about books, art, and theater in 1895. Shaw won a Nobel Prize in Literature in 1925.

Sources: 

George Bernard Shaw. (2019, October 11). Retrieved July 23, 2020, from https://www.biography.com/writer/george-bernard-shaw

Catalog ID: 
IB0542
Share with your friends: