Even public relations suffers from science-envy: it is no accident that Relativity came between Barnum and Bernays.
The facts I remember are too good to check.
At high stakes one must forget them.
Moral philosophy warns us sternly against deriving ought from is, when it is far more common, and pernicious, to derive is from ought.
To engage in morally dubious activities on a small scale, you have to pay off the local politicians and police. On a large scale it becomes necessary to endow chairs at Harvard.
At every public lecture the audience, no matter how small, includes at least one member who doesn’t have a question, exactly, more like a comment.
Crime is like most problems: you don’t need to know the cause to fix it.
When everyone writes, no one reads.
It is glorious to discover a commonplace for oneself.
Only in the movies does it pour when it rains.