Sunday, July 15, 2007

The Frictionary # 134

Here is another page from The Frictionary:

1246. Hybrid cars are sterile. (Pierre Légaré)

1247. Everything has to come from somewhere. Even a creator. Even coincidence. (David Brin)

1248. Any man can prove he has good judgment by saying you have. (L.J. Peter)

1249. The only task you can start from the top is digging a hole. (?)

1250. The more we will love too much, the less it will be enough. (Julos Beaucarne)

1251. The moon, she is so stupid: it must be her ass that she is always showing us. (Samuel Beckett)

1252. A philosopher is a man who can look at an empty glass with a smile.* (Thomas Robert Dewar)
* Keep in mind that Dewar was a renowned distiller of scotch whiskey.

1253. The more ignorant the authority, the more dogmatic it is. In the fields where no real knowledge is even possible, the authorities are the fiercest and most assured and punish non-belief with the severest of penalties. (Abraham Myerson)

1254. The smaller the mind, the greater the conceit. (Aesop)

1255. All religions are the same: religion is basically guilt, with different holidays. (Cathy Ladman)

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