Manners are the cargo cult of morals.
People will pay dearly for the right to bore you.
The very rich and the very poor both spend most of their time thinking about money.
Nobody loves an algorithm.
An education is frequently confused with the flotsam one picks up on the way to acquiring it.
To manage people effectively you must not only accept but praise work that you could have done better yourself.
Etiquette and ritual are observed long after traditions and religions have died, as fingernails seem to still grow on a corpse.
We all suffer from a variety of psychiatric disorders, which used to be known as personality.
Universal suffrage enforces a universal delusion of special competence in politics.
History is the events leading up to my life; biography is the events leading up to my death.