Sunday, July 16, 2017

The Frictionary # 694

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

6466. Science flies you to the moon. Religion flies you into buildings. (Richard Dawkins)

6467. Anonymous letter: nameless cowardice. (Jean Delacour)

6468. When a man of forty falls in love with a girl of twenty, it isn't her youth he is seeking but his own. (Lenore Coffee)

6469. To remind a man of the good turns you have done him is very much like a reproach. (Demosthenes)

6470. Know thyself, but keep some surprises in reserve. (Jacques Deval)

6471. "Things always get better with time"
but not human beings
they die. (Réjean Lévesque)

6472. Me to my son: You remind me of me.
Son: That's just mean. (Jim Gaffigan)

6473. A poem is like a score for the human voice. (Li-Young Lee)

6474. Nothing haunts us like the things we didn't buy at a yard sale. (?)

6475. Take the time before it takes you. (Paul Carvel)

That's all for this edition of The Frictionary. Your comments and suggestions are welcome, but commercial links will be rejected. Subscribe and receive this free weekly blog in your in-box. Have a great week!

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