Sunday, June 26, 2016

The Frictionary #640

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5926. Myth is the poetry of history. (Positively Wyrde)

5927. In modern politics, they [the flags] say, "Look at me - I'm the best at being patriotic. Watch as I project global credibility through the raw power of nylon!" (Scott Feschuk)

5928. Money, after all, helps to tolerate poverty. (Alphonse Allais)

5929. Truth may be stretched, but cannot be broken, and always gets above falsehood, as oil does above water. (Miguel de Cervantes)

5930. Just got attacked by a sloth. Luckily, I know tai chi. (Matt Diffee)

5931. Nothing like a little
to make you want a lot. (wordturner)

5932. Does my memory foam pillow
remember
my dreams? (Réjean Lévesque)

5933. The University of Google is where I got my degree from. (Jenny McCarthy)

5934. The best way to get somebody's attention is to stop giving them yours. (?)

5935. The devil seldom asks nothing more of us than to let him do his thing. (Jean-Pierre Richard)

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Sunday, June 19, 2016

The Frictionary # 639

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5916. Human nature is like water. It takes the shape of its container. (Wallace Stevens)

5917. I feel we are all islands - in a common sea. (Anne Morrow Lindbergh)

5918. One who loves a lot will not forgive easily. (Paul Claudel)

5919. Man is the king of creation. Who said that? Man. (Paul Gavarni)

5920. The first rule of holes: when you're in one, stop digging. (Molly Ivins)

5921. The IQ and the life expectancy of the average American recently passed each other in opposite directions. (George Carlin)

5922. Parsnip:carrot that got chemotherapy. (Korine Côté)

5923. The trouble with learning from experience is that you never graduate. (Doug Larson)

5924. Conscience? It never prevents committing sin. It only prevents enjoying it in peace. (?)

5925. Truth is beautiful. Lies often more. (Réjean Lévesque)

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Sunday, June 12, 2016

The Frictionary #638

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5906. War is God's way of teaching us geography. (Paul Rodriguez)

5907. Life is like a landscape. You live in the middle of it, bur can describe it only from the vantage point of distance. (Charles A. Lindbergh)

5908. Real intimacy is one that allows both to dream but with different dreams. (Jacques Salomé)

5909. The future depends on what you do today. (Gandhi)

5910. Policemen are numbered in case they get lost. (Spike Milligan)

5911. If everybody thought before they spoke, the silence would be deafening. (George Barzan)

5912. The afternoon is an invisible hive.
Happiness is full of buzzing eternity. (Antoine Boisclair)

5913. To get old gives the possibility of getting closer to your self. (Réjean Lévesque)

5914. When you finally go back to your old hometown, you find it wasn't the old home you missed but your childhood. (Sam Ewing)

5915. God created man in his image. Then, man evolved. And God? We don't know. (Philippe Geluck)

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Sunday, June 05, 2016

The Frictionary # 637

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5896. I believe patriotism is a good thing here, but not for people in foreign countries. (Jim Unger "Herman")

5897. Adam and Eve had many advantages, but the principal one was that they escaped teething. (Mark Twain)

5898. The best way to keep your word is not to give it. (Napoléon Bonaparte)

5899. In the past, men created witches, now they create mental patients. (Thomas Szasz)

5900. Misogynist: a man who hates women as much as women hate one another. (H.L. Mencken)

5901. Everybody knows how to make babies. Nobody knows how to make daddies. (Stromae)

5902. We adore chaos because we love to produce order. (M.C. Escher)

5903. My ghosts are really fashion freaks.
They wear satin contour sheets. (Réjean Lévesque)

5904. Perfection is the death of possibilities. (Mary Kay Hamm)

5905. The best measure of a man's honesty isn't his income tax return. It's the zero adjust on his bathroom scale. (Arthur C. Clarke)

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Sunday, May 29, 2016

The Frictionary # 636

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5886. The universe is a never-ending story that, happily, writes itself continuously. (Terry Pratchett)

5887. All depression has its roots in self-pity and all self-pity is rooted in people taking themselves too seriously. (Tom Robbins)

5888. Our society is self-cleaning, like the ovens. It erases what does not deserve to remain. (Philippe Starck)

5889. His house
was built out of 
murdered trees. (Réjean Lévesque)

5890. The days of the digital watch are numbered. (Tom Stoppard)

5891. If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys. (James Goldsmith)

5892. Being frank is not to say what you think, but to think what you say. (Coluche)

5893. Happiness is a china shop; love is the bull. (H.L. Mencken)

5894. Masturbation will make you deaf...Nah, it doesn't make that much noise. (?)

5895. He who loses himself in his passion has lost less than one who loses his passion. (Augustine of Hippo)

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Sunday, May 22, 2016

The Frictionary #635

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5876. Love, n. A universal emotion experienced as an individual gift. (Mardy Grothe)

5877. If you lose direction, go to a higher ground. (Toba Beta)

5878. Faith is not absence of doubt, it is a hope. To hope is to believe that tomorrow will be better than today. (Raymond Gravel)

5879. The future is an opaque mirror. Anyone who tries to look into it sees nothing but the dim outlines of an old and worried face. (Jim Bishop)

5880. Time waits for no man, time is obviously a woman. (Skinnie Talls)

5881. Tell the truth once in a while, so you will be believed when you lie. (Jules Renard)

5882. When you kill in the name of God, you kill more cheerfully. (Marek Halter)

5883. Apple's new watch
Same old time. (Réjean Lévesque)

5884. Without memory, thought is nothing. (Catherine Knutsson)

5885. One day, I'd like to understand the Big Bang. The day after, I'd like to understand wax museums. (Patrick Lagacé)

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Sunday, May 15, 2016

The Frictionary # 634

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5866. Truths turn into dogmas the moment they are disputed. (G.K. Chesterton)

5867. Admit your errors before someone else exaggerates them. (Andrew V. Mason)

5868. Forty is the old age of youth, fifty the youth of old age. (Victor Hugo)

5869. Loneliness is not felt when we are alone, but when we are empty. (Seneca)

5870. My lack of knowledge of cultural idioms has always been my Achilles' neck. (Drew Dernavich)

5871. When a philosopher answers me, I don't understand my question anymore. (Pierre Desproges)

5872. The proud man can learn humility, but he will be proud of it. (Mignon McLaughlin)

5873. After cutting the umbilical cord, humans become wireless. (Michael Linhart)

5874. I will marry the moon
and adopt a son, teach
him not to play with the hearts of stars. (Oaklungs)

5875. Love is blind, hate is deaf. (?)

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