Robes always dignify begging — saffron for the Buddhist monk, black for the college president.
One must often choose between stupid and crazy. I used to like crazy, but I am warming to stupid.
You think you have a job. What you have is a consulting company with only one client.
Every party looks its best out of power.
Now we say that we do not understand what we only disapprove, and soon we truly will not understand.
Being a sports fan is like chewing audibly — a mildly irritating but harmless backwardness that one charitably overlooks.
To make a man miserable don’t bother with his future, just poison his past.
One cannot read journalism without being reminded how often journalism is its subject.
The trouble with physics is that it doesn’t scale.
When people say that you’re consistent they mean that you’re deranged.