Toady, n. Apprentice bully.
To be published in outlets of respectable opinion it is necessary to form respectable opinions.
It is first necessary, if you wish to save the world, to eliminate anyone who can save himself.
The fundamental freedom is of association: from it all others can be derived, without it all others are moot.
To dominate someone is to think less often of him than he does of you, and to do this on a mass scale is fame.
For those who flatter us we have many nasty names, but never liar.
Pleasure lies chiefly in anticipation and retrospection, the experience itself being necessary to ensure that neither is spoiled.
A bureaucracy, like a garage, should be hosed down periodically, to dislodge the stray bits of power accumulating in its crevices and corners like dust and dirt.
Discursive prose was a brief and happy interlude in human history: at the beginning were drums and chants, and so it shall be at the end.
The idea that smoke implies fire cannot survive a professional class of industrious smoke merchants.