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The Frictionary # 852 and more...



The Frictionary # 852

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8256. Can anything be sadder than work left unfinished? Yes, work never begun. (Christina Rossetti)

8257. To dream is to refuse to choose between what is and what is not. (Jean-Éthier Blais)

8258. The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for thirty years she served the family nothing but leftovers. The original meal has never been found. (Calvin Trillin)

8259. The aim of a joke is not to degrade the human being but to remind him that he is already degraded. (George Orwell)

8260. Politics is the means men without principles take to control men without memory. (Voltaire)

8261. Things men should know before getting married: 1- You're always wrong. 2- You're always sorry. 3- She never wants "just one" of your fries. (Abe Yospe)

8262. We never really grow up, we only learn how to act in public. (Bryan White)

8263. A person is never happy except at the price of some ignorance. (Anatole France)

8264. Rice milk? I didn't even know rice had nipples. (Demetri Martin)

8265. The right to do something does not mean that doing it is right. (William Safire)

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The Frictionary # 851

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8246. Man is the only animal who blushes. Or needs to. (Mark Twain)

8247. The world is full of willing people, some willing to work, the rest willing to let them. (Robert Frost)

8248. The color of truth is grey. (André Gide)

8249. Faith just
another face
for desire. (Positively Wyrde)

8250. What I find most interesting in jazz is that it's a good word for Scrabble. (Philippe Geluck)

8251. To love is to lose control. (Paulo Coelho)

8252. We are not buying ink from printer manufacturers, but we are buying printers from ink manufacturers. (Michael Lasky)

8253. The silence of slippers is more dangerous than the noise of boots. (Martin Niemöller)

8254. The "Blessed Virgin Mary" was hoping for a girl. (?)

8255. Almost any sect, cult, or religion will legislate its creed into law if it acquires the political power to do so.* (Robert A. Heinlein)
* Think Evangelicals...

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The Frictionary # 850

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8236. When dogma enters the brain, all intellectual activity ceases. (Robert Anton Wilson)

8237. Politics is a curse disguised as hope. (Shanti Dharm)

8238. If all the nations in the world are in debt, where did all the money go? (Steven Wright)

8239. God created the Sun, the Moon, and the stars, and men created the consternations. (Marc Hillman)

8240. Being an adult is to have forgiven your parents. (Johann Wolfgang Goethe)

8241. Is it just me, don't fashion shows just look like skinny teenaged girls walking around looking for food. (Jim Gaffigan)

8242. To sing is like honoring the oxygen. (Björk)

8243. Worry gives a small thing a big shadow. (Swedish proverb)

8244. The grumpier you are, the more assholes you meet. (?)

8245. We cannot change anything unless we accept it. (Carl Jung)

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The Frictionary # 849

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8226. God created man because he was so disappointed in the monkey. (Mark Twain)

8227. The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is of the unknown. (H.P. Lovecraft)

8228. Criticism is the power of the powerless. (Alphonse de Lamartine)

8229. Other painters' jealousy has always been the thermometer of my success. (Salvador Dali)

8230. Four be things I'd be better without:
Love, curiosity, freckles, and doubt. (Dorothy Parker)

8231. Friendship: Love but without grief and without the worst. (Michel Lauzière)

8232. If you find it hard to laugh at yourself, I would be happy to do it for you. (Groucho Marx)

8233. What luck for rulers that men do not think. (Adolf Hitler)

8234. The Tooth Fairy is always out of change. (Réjean Lévesque)

8235. The entire population of the universe, with one trifling exception, is composed of others. (John Andrew Holmes)

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The Frictionary # 848

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8216. Worrying about the past is like trying to make birth control pills retroactive. (Joey Adams)

8217. Prophets are always wrong in being right. (Boris Vian)

8218. Happiness cannot be written, it is like shooting stars: if one does not see it, he will never see it. (Hafid Aggoune)

8219. Man may have discovered fire, but women discovered how to play with it. (Candace Bushnell)

8220. A shattered dream is like broken glass - nobody really knows how to dispose of it. (Robert Brault)

8221. Value the person who gives you time...except if it's a judge. (Réjean Lévesque)

8222. I am the elevator that opens
on each floor in the metal
hotel of your heart. (Darren Morris)

8223. Doubt is to strong minds what risk is to the brave. (Grégoire Lacroix)

8224. The pyramid is proof that man has always had a tendency to do less and less. (?)

8225. As a result of this suppression of feelings, the extent of the average man's emotional expression is the high five. (George Carlin)

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