Dullness is so prevalent in high places that it has come to be regarded as an obligation.
Consumer capitalism isn’t soulless, quite the contrary: it provides consumers with the option of outsourcing their souls.
The many genders of theory look more like one in practice.
Business problems are nearly always personnel problems, especially in sole proprietorships.
What a man does is remembered when the ironic, detached attitude with which he does it has long been forgotten.
Imbecility, like many infectious diseases, has asymptomatic carriers.
Don’t make big plans at small hours.
Anyone who has not invested in his own recommendations has no skin in the game; and anyone who has is talking his book.
What is privilege? A term — beloved by parents, nuns, schoolmarms, jailers — to describe what doesn’t belong to you, and can be revoked at any time without reason or warning.
There are worse ways to judge a government than if the trains run on time.