One is asked to be reasonable and expected to be moderate.
You cannot have a contemporary prison without contemporary furniture.
Old people should be heard and not seen.
Candor is honesty’s poor relation.
The likable never know whether they are liked for themselves or for their likability.
Behavioral is to classical economics as relativistic is to classical mechanics.
Talk comes in two sizes — big and small.
Now that the symptoms of genius have been thoroughly advertised, one sees a great deal more of the symptoms.
The Jewish kid who spray-paints a swastika on the synagogue to make the local TV news — this is the guiding metaphor for our time.
There is a level of fame where it is no longer necessary to be interesting, and a higher level where it is no longer possible.
Diseases have fashions, but hypochondria is always in style.