It is a race, and the parodists are losing.
Classical Greece was infested with trolls, then called philosophers.
Government by laws, not men, is the bureaucratic principle.
A few bucks: In American parlance, a sum either a great deal more or a great deal less than you wish to represent.
Content, n. Advertising for the advertising.
It is only out of politeness that most writers cite someone else as their favorite author.
The danger of habitual silence is that when you do decide to talk, people will listen.
It’s all fun and games until someone gets paid.
From ironical use to obsolescence is a matter of a moment.
Elaboration annoys the clever without satisfying the dim.