Nobody says “it’s the law” about a good law.
A relentlessly cheerful, upbeat, can-do attitude is a highly effective form of bullying.
Blaming an actor for being a narcissist is like blaming a tiger for being a carnivore.
Everybody is worth a paragraph, but almost nobody is worth two.
The chief perquisite of belonging to a race or creed is a lifetime pass to tell nasty jokes at its expense.
Manners are the cargo cult of morals.
People will pay dearly for the right to bore you.
The very rich and the very poor both spend most of their time thinking about money.
Nobody loves an algorithm.
An education is frequently confused with the flotsam one picks up on the way to acquiring it.