The Frictionary # 392
Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:
3836. - A right is not what someone gives you, it's what no one can take away from you. (Ramsey Clark)
3837. People who say,"whether I like it or not" usually don't. (CoyoteSings)
3838. Life is but a long regret of yesterday. (Joseph Méry)
3839. Mariage in the US is in decline, increasingly being replaced by Twitter. (Andy Borowitz)
3840. He has found his style, when he cannot do otherwise. (Paul Klee)
3841. If all you need is love, good luck. (James Ford)
3842. He's so full of himself, it's hard to measure his degree of relative humility. (Réjean Lévesque)
3843. Power is the ultimate aphrodisiac. (Henry Kissinger*)
* Who, for a while, had a permanent erection.
3844. We are alive as long as we question and we learn. (Patrick Straram)
3845. Eternal suffering awaits anyone who questions God's infinite love. (Bill Hicks)
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