What you call hypocrisy I call hedging against the possibility that one’s beliefs are in error.
The cheap stuff is far more agreeable than the idea of buying it.
It seems increasingly doubtful that class participation should ever have been encouraged.
I would gladly trade a bit more bullying for a lot less tattling.
It is humble to side with science, and abject to side with history.
No child aspires to become employable when he grows up.
Most of what we are told is better than nothing is in fact far worse.
We admire success, and deplore most of the qualities and behavior that produce it.
All popular conceptions of genius are meticulously constructed to flatter mediocrity.
The crank cannot be refuted, only dismissed.