Jun 102013
 

When a woman tells a man she’s married, she means she doesn’t want to sleep with him; when a man tells a woman he’s married, he means he’s heterosexual.

Jun 072013
 

One idea suffices — for a book, for an essay, for an aphorism.

Jun 062013
 

We praise in others what we wish to have noticed in ourselves.

Jun 052013
 

The likable never know whether they are liked for themselves or for their likability.

Jun 042013
 

The worst hangover is the morning after you finish a bad book.

Jun 032013
 

Efficient search is serendipity’s implacable enemy.

May 312013
 

What passes for sanity is only people’s fortunate refusal to take their own ideas seriously.

May 302013
 

A man will sooner confess a great crime than a small error.

May 292013
 

There is little difference between collecting books and collecting porcelain elephants.

May 282013
 

Behavioral is to classical economics as relativistic is to classical mechanics.