Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Frictionary # 691

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

6436. To oppose something is to maintain it. (Ursula K. Le Guin)

6437. There are too many people, and too few human beings. (Robert Zend)

6438. Dreams were created so we wouldn't be bored during sleep. (Pierre Dac)

6439. A writer must always tell the truth, unless he is a journalist. (Gore Vidal)

6440. Music should become the compulsory second language in all the schools of the world. (Paul Carvel)

6441. The one L lama, he's a priest
The two L llama, he's a beast
And I will bet my silk pajama
There isn't any 3 L lllama. (Ogden Nash)

6442. Science is what the father teaches his son; technology is what the son teaches his father. (Michel Serre)

6443. The fellow that owns his own home is always just coming out of a hardware. (Kin Hubbard)

6444. Being offended doesn't make you right. (?)

6445. The young grass stretches in vast green panes beneath laminar panes of wind, beneath panes of ageless light. (Paul Salopek)

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