I have a notebook in which I draft little puzzles during
meetings my free time. I came up with one that was to post the acronym version of famous quotes along with the author's initials and the challenge would be to figure out the quote. For the solution to this:
ATINFTTOEITGMDN - EB
is the full quote and author:
All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing. - Edmund Burke
(This may, in fact, be a poor example)
Here's another one I wrote down and still remember:
NITTFAGMTCTTAOTP - CEW
Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of the party - Charles E. Weller
Here's the rub, though: I can't remember the solution to the last one I wrote down! This is not a contrived situation. I actually cannot recall what I was thinking because I only wrote down the puzzle; not the solution. I almost want to tag this as real but feel like it doesn't fit with the essence of that tag.
Can you help me figure out what I was thinking when I wrote down this acronym quote?
ILBBAICNLYOBCDTWAGWIWAIBWAARTIYFYGS - SM
FYI:I welcome any better tags