Sunday, June 11, 2017

The Frictionary # 689

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

6416. Never let schooling interfere with your education.* (Henry Rutgers)
* Often attributed to Mark Twain, sometimes to Grant Allen.

6417. To know the history of science is to recognize the mortality of any claim to universal truth. (Evelyn Fox Keller)

6418. Black holes are so very troubling, no racism in space. (Jean-Louis Aubert)

6419. Don't squat with your spurs on. (Will Rogers)

6420. Is the memory of joy
in the heart of sorrow
still joy? (Josette Hersent)

6421. A child becomes an adult when he realizes that he has a right not only to be right but also to be wrong.(Thomas Szasz)

6422. Truth is like the sun; it may be hidden behind the clouds, away on the other side of the planet, but it's always there. (Réjean Lévesque)

6423. The only time my children want to talk to me is when I'm in the bathroom. (Jim Gaffigan)

6424. Tact is for people who aren't witty enough to be sarcastic. (?) 

6425. Of two evils, choose neither. (Charles Spurgeon)

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