Quiz: Which Long Islander said this?

Jerry Seinfeld visits

Jerry Seinfeld visits "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" on Feb. 18, 2014 at Rockefeller Center in Manhattan. (Credit: Getty Images / Theo Wargo)

There's an old proverb that goes, "Speak and the man shall be shown."  

Well, these notable (quotable) Long Islanders have spoken. Can you identify who they are?

Read the quotes below and select which person they should be attributed to.


"We all have to remind ourselves not to compromise who we are for others.”


“I haven’t changed, but public life has … make a mistake, it echoes in a digital canyon forever."


"Who the hell is Kim Kardashian? Like, who are these people and why are they famous ..."

Kim Kardashian arrives at the NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment

Photo credit: AP


"Today I am your champion, I may have won your hearts, but I know the game, you'll forget my name.”

The St. Anthony's Friars celebrate their victory over

Photo credit: Steven Ryan


“I believe I am doing the work for humanity. This show is so uplifting.”


“The Bible has done more harm than any other book in the world.”


“I no doubt deserved my enemies, but I don't believe I deserved my friends.”


“You’re never going to catch me tweeting … It is incessant, it never stops, it is boring..."


“I hope you’re having a drink, Grandma, enjoying this.”

Originally called a whiskey cocktail, this classic obtained

Photo credit: Flickr/preater


"The Republican Party has this bias against New York."

File image of the new Republican Party logo.

Photo credit: Courtesy of the Republican Party

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