The enemy of my enemy is a matter of perfect indifference to me.
You cannot have a contemporary prison without contemporary furniture.
We live in an age of resonant declarations about what sort of age we live in.
I wish to thank the many people who have undertaken, without pay and at considerable personal risk, to explain me to myself.
Age has its privileges, like picking up the check.
There are perfect fools, and perfection of any kind should be cherished.
Being a sports fan is like chewing audibly — a mildly irritating but harmless backwardness that one charitably overlooks.
Professional sports, though unpleasant, substitute for things even less pleasant.
The hypochondriac makes his own death a bad joke.
It is a race, and the parodists are losing.
Bore is commutable; dullard is life without parole.