Sunday, March 11, 2007

The Frictionary # 116

Here is another page from The Frictionary:

1066. Nothing can be anything but it doesn't make it nothing just the same. (Alain Robbe-Grillet)

1067. Modernity: missiles are teleguided and idiots televised. (Réjean Lévesque)

1068. Some people walk in the rain, others just get wet. (Roger Miller)

1069. Fanatic: hero who, for the triumph of his prejudices, is ready to sacrifice your life. (Albert Brie)

1070. Weekends are a bit like rainbows; they look good from a distance but disappear when you get close to them. (?)

1071. (I)sn't plagiarism just the purest form of quotation. (Louis Menand)

1072. Faith, to my mind, is a stiffening process, a sort of mental starch, which ought to be applied as sparingly as possible. (E.M. Forster)

1073. If there were no God, there would be no atheists. (G.K. Chesterton)

1074. I have much respect for the past because, some time ago, it was the future. (Louis Bournival)

1075. Love is painful because it transforms; love is mutation. Each transformation is going to be painful because the old has to be left for the new. (Osho Rajneesh)

That's all for this edition. Your comments and suggestions are welcome. Subscribe and receive this weekly blog in your in-box. Peace!

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