Sunday, June 16, 2019

The Frictionary # 792

Here is another page taken from The Frictionary:

7456. There are some people who always find nothing to say. (Raymond Queneau)

7457. When in the city (San Francisco), I wake up early. It's when the Soylent tastes best. (Catherine Mevs)

7458. I now believe that silence is the fifth season of language. (Lorette Nobécout)

7459. We're drowning in information and starving for knowledge. (Rutherford Rogers)

7460. Politics is the art of using people. (Henry de Montherlant)

7461. The sun
trying to open the shadow
of a gate. (Coyote Sings)

7462. Tyrants and autocrats have always understood that literacy, learning, books and newspaper are potentially dangerous. They can put independent and even rebellious ideas in the heads of their subjects. (Carl Sagan)

7463. Friendship is more unalterable than love because it demands nothing in return. (Anne Bernard)

7464. A hug is a great gift - one size fits all, and it's easy to exchange. (?)

7465. A clear conscience begins with a poor memory. (L.J. Peter)

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