Sunday, March 13, 2016

The Frictionary #625

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

5776. Some people never learn anything because they understand everything too soon. (Alexander Pope)

5777. Despite the increasing complexity of the task, parenthood remains the greatest single preserve of the amateur. (Alvin Toffler)

5778. Moon, what dark spirit
dangles from a twine
in the night
your visage and outline. (Alfred de Musset)

5779. If you ignore a poem, it may leave you for someone else. (Grant Snider)

5780. What was God doing before the divine creation? Was he preparing hell for people who asked such questions? (Stephen Hawking)

5781. Politics isn't complicated. All you need is a clean conscience, and to do that you need a bad memory. (Coluche)

5782. Using acupuncture needles with the voodoo doll might be counterproductive. (Réjean Lévesque)

5783. Madness is defined in different ways at different times, sanity being the ability to keep up with the changes. (Robert Brault)

5784. Nothing ever is. Everything is becoming. (Heraclitus)

5785. Are you afraid of Syrian refugees? 38% of them are 11 years old or less. (?)

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