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The whole world is about three drinks behind.
-- Humphrey Bogart
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The wise and intelligent are coming belatedly to realize that alcohol, and
not the dog, is man's best friend. Rover is taking a beating -- and he
-- W.C. Fields
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The wise man seeks everything in himself;
the ignorant man tries to get everything from somebody else.
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The wise shepherd never trusts his flock to a smiling wolf.
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The woman hurried home from her doctor's appointment, devastated by the
medical report she had just received. When her husband came in from work,
she told him, "Darling, the doctor said I have only twelve more hours to
live. So I've decided I want to go to bed and make passionate love to you
throughout the night. How does that sound, dearest?"
"Hey, that's fine for *you*," replied the husband. "You don't have
to get up in the morning!"
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The wonderful thing about a dancing bear
is not how well he dances, but that he dances at all.
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The work [of software development] is becoming far easier (i.e. the tools
we're using work at a higher level, more removed from machine, peripheral
and operating system imperatives) than it was twenty years ago, and because
of this, knowledge of the internals of a system may become less accessible.
We may be able to dig deeper holes, but unless we know how to build taller
ladders, we had best hope that it does not rain much.
-- Paul Licker
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The world has many unintentionally cruel mechanisms that are not
designed for people who walk on their hands.
-- John Irving, "The World According to Garp"
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The world is a comedy to those who think,
and a tragedy to those who feel.
-- Horace Walpole
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The world is coming to an end... SAVE YOUR BUFFERS!!