At fifty everyone has the prose style he deserves.
Some lies help you succeed, and some truths help you fail.
The contents of the dustbin of history are recycled endlessly.
Until it has the appearance of liberty the prison is not complete.
As computers become more skilled at imitating human beings, so must we.
The businessman wants peace, which is good for his business; and the intellectual wants war, which is good for his.
When intelligence is no longer required for survival, it is instead expended on ever more baroque ways of being wrong.
Nothing more than eight feet tall is funny.
The difficulty with which success imagines failure makes for hard-heartedness, and the ease with which failure imagines success makes for envy.
Clear, brief, precise — choose two.