The Last Word in Trivia

OK, I said I would post them last Friday, but I didn't do so thinking I may get a few more entries.  I didn't get anymore and nobody scored 100%.  Laura B. did get the most correct with 6 (it must be the fact that she works in a library).  So, for those of you interested, here are the answers:
A dying man can do nothing easy. A. Benjamin Franklin
Damn it . . . Don't you dare ask God to help me. F. Joan Crawford
Friends applaud, the comedy is finished. G. Ludwig van Beethoven
How were the receipts today at Madison Square Garden? H. P. T. Barnum
I am not the least afraid to die. B. Charles Darwin
I have a terrific headache. D. Franklin Delano Roosevelt
I should never have switched from Scotch to Martinis. E. Humphrey Bogart
I'm bored with it all. J. Winston Churchill
Lord help my poor soul. C. Edgar Allan Poe
Put out the light I. Theodore Roosevelt
Congratulations, Laura B., you win 100,000 shares of Lehman Brothers stock and a Snuggie.  The post before this one is my Saturday Scavenger Hunt which I posted yesterday and the next post will be coming a little later.