Unable to reach the grapes, we conclude first that they are sour; and later, after meditating deeply, that sweetness is not worth having.
You never find people endeavoring to convince you that you may live very happily upon a plentiful fortune.
Whoever dies with the most likes wins.
The Two Laws of Pop Economics
1. What looks public-spirited is, in fact, greedy.
2. What looks greedy is, in fact, public-spirited.
Boilerplate, n. The section of a contract in which you waive all your rights in perpetuity.
An infallible sign of failure is the consumption of hortatory sermons on success.
It’s a lot less fun to pursue power, wealth, and status if you can’t use them to get women.
The illusion of wealth comes cheap; the illusion of taste costs a fortune.
The cheap stuff is far more agreeable than the idea of buying it.
We admire success, and deplore most of the qualities and behavior that produce it.
It is when they swear to pay the money back that you can kiss it goodbye.