Sunday, November 22, 2009

The Frictionary # 257

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

2486. To begin, begin. (William Wordsworth)

2487. The main vice of tourism: traveling to find exactly what you're looking for. (Patrick Lagacé)

2488. He only knows love who loves without hope. (Johann Friedrich von Schiller)

2489. If God did not intend for us to eat animals, then why did he make them out of meat? (John Cleese)

2490. Success is a public affair. Failure is a private funeral. (Rosalind Russell)

2491. Architecture is what makes beautiful ruins. (Auguste Perret)

2492. They say a dog is man's best friend. I don't believe that. How many friends have you had neutered? (Larry Reeb)

2493. We have art in order not to die of the truth. (Friedrich Nietzsche)

2494. Life, a front door to eternity. (?)

2495. No man with any sense of humor ever founded a religion. (Robert G. Ingersoll)

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