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The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.
-- Albert Einstein
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The hearing ear is always found close to the speaking tongue, a custom
whereof the memory of man runneth not howsomever to the contrary,
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The Heineken Uncertainty Principle:
You can never be sure how many beers you had last night.
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The herd instinct among economists makes sheep look like independent
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The hieroglyphics are all unreadable except for a notation on the back,
which reads "Genuine authentic Egyptian papyrus. Guaranteed to be at
least 5000 years old."
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The human animal differs from the lesser primates in his passion for
lists of "Ten Best".
-- H. Allen Smith
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"The human brain is like an enormous fish -- it is flat and slimy and
has gills through which it can see."
-- Monty Python
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The human mind ordinarily operates at only ten percent of its capacity
-- the rest is overhead for the operating system.
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The human mind treats a new idea the way the body treats a strange
protein -- it rejects it.
-- P. Medawar
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The human race has been fascinated by sharks for as long as I can
remember. Just like the bluebird feeding its young, or the spider
struggling to weave its perfect web, or the buttercup blooming in
spring, the shark reveals to us yet another of the infinite and
wonderful facets of nature, namely the facet that it can bite your head
off. This causes us humans to feel a certain degree of awe.
-- Dave Barry, "The Wonders of Sharks on TV"