Money, n. Crystallized desire.
It is an insult to be paid by the word.
You never get a good piece of music stuck in your head, just an idiotically catchy pop song or advertising jingle; and ideas work the same way.
In honest places the corrupt official does not know his own worth, and comes cheap.
Every modern religion denies, as a matter of theology, that it is a religion.
A writer is a person who has turned the fact that his bark is worse than his bite into a professional qualification.
If voting posed any threat to the reigning order, one would not be constantly exhorted to do it.
The man a year ahead of his time is a success, the man a decade ahead is a bankrupt, and the man a century ahead is a lunatic.
No writer can parody himself properly, except by accident.
With elites like these, who needs commoners?