Reasonable, adj. Good at thinking of reasons.
Democracy and war are the most efficient mechanisms for becoming angry at large groups of people one has never met.
A belief, we are told, is a thought you keep thinking; in fact you stopped thinking it some time ago, if it was ever a thought at all.
It is possible, indeed common, to be both boring and weird.
Cultural epochs used to last for centuries, then generations, then decades, now a year or two, and soon it will be fifteen minutes.
Gross intolerance of unpopular opinion may do for literature what the Hays Code did for movies: one must be clever when one cannot be frank.
Bohemian, n. Artist without the art.
What study says is often not what studies say.
Memory is as cruel to others as it is kind to oneself.
Vision, n. What no one but yourself can see.