Sunday, June 11, 2006

The Frictionary #77

Here is another page from The Frictionary:

676. Culture is what your butcher would have if he were a surgeon. (Mary Pettibone Poole)

677. Why is it called "tourist season" if we can't shoot at them? (?)

678. Lots of folks confuse bad management with destiny. (Kin Hubbard)

679. Gray skies are just clouds passing over. (Duke Ellington)

680. One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important. (Bertrand Russell)

681. Democracy is a device that insures we shall be governed no better than we deserve. (George Bernard Shaw)

682. If God is everywhere, the devil chooses his spots. (Albert Brie)

683. California, a wet dream in the mind of New York. (Erica Jong)

684. Canada is the vichyssoise of nations - it's cold, half-French, and difficult to stir. (Stuart Keate)

685. To lead the people, walk behind them. (Lao-Tzu)

That's all for this edition. Comments and suggestions are welcome. Have a nice week.


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