Facts, n. Values that one is unwilling or unable to articulate.
Error is boundless.
Nor hope nor doubt,
Though both be groundless,
Will average out.
Sometimes we encounter ideas that cannot be reconciled with what we already believe, and these we call untrue.
It is because we regard conforming opinions as virtue that we treat deviant ones as vice.
The wish is occasionally the father of the thought, but more often the midwife.
The one indispensable element in starting a business is gross overconfidence.
Don’t worry about the facts. You can always find the ones you need.
The lottery ticket is cheap, it’s the hope that’s expensive.
The relative demand for truth and opinion closely approximates the relative supply.
If a rule is required, then its outcomes will be imperfect.
Stupid people, inconveniently, are often right.