A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

Above, a 1934 plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in 2006. Now a Popeyes fast food restaurant on Google Maps.

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Entry from January 03, 2022
“If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability…”

"If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability, they are not your principles, they are your costume” is a saying that has been printed on many images.

Authorship is unknown. “If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability, they are not your principles, they are your costume” was posted on Twitter by Galahad Cowboy on September 9, 2014.


Twitter
Galahad Cowboy
@GalahadCowboy
If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability, they are not your principles, they are your costume.
2:52 PM · Sep 9, 2014·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Ehsan Alavi
@SEAlavi
If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability they are not your principles they are your costume.
4:14 PM · Sep 12, 2014·Twitter for Android

Twitter
kenzy
@makenzy_may
If you’re willing to abandon your principles for convenience or social acceptability then they are not your principles they are your costume
12:10 PM · Sep 13, 2014·Twitter for Android

Facebook
Anthony Trucks
January 1, 2016 at 7:30 PM
(The following text is shown on an image.—ed.)
If you are willing to
abandon your
principles
for convenience,
or social acceptability,
they are not
your principles,
they are your
costume.
Anthony Trucks ·

Twitter
Miss Kitty
@Cerridwensheart
If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability, they are not your principles, they are your costume.
(This saying is also shown on an image.—ed.)
4:40 AM · Jan 23, 2017·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
G
@jeeehan
If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience, or social acceptability, they aren’t your principles, they are your costume.
(This saying is also shown on an image.—ed.)
3:30 PM · Jul 3, 2017·Twitter for Android

Twitter
ken masterson
@pcr1125
“If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience and social acceptability, they are not your principles, they are your costume.” ~Author Unknown~
Have a great night all.
10:49 PM · Oct 15, 2021·Twitter Web App

Twitter
MINDF[Copyright sign]K
@gal_suburban
What good is a party if it ignores principled people and instead only focuses on its own self-preservation?
“If you are willing to abandon your principles for convenience or social acceptability, they are not your principles. They are your costume.” -Nitya Prakash /4
2:01 PM · Nov 18, 2021·Twitter for Android

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