|Freebsd Fortunes: 1861 of 3566|
Keep Cool, but Don't Freeze
- Hellman's Mayonnaise
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1862 of 3566|
Keep emotionally active. Cater to your favorite neurosis.
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1863 of 3566|
Keep grandma off the streets -- legalize bingo.
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1864 of 3566|
Keep in mind always the two constant Laws of Frisbee:
(1) The most powerful force in the world is that of a disc
straining to land under a car, just out of reach (this
force is technically termed "car suck").
(2) Never precede any maneuver by a comment more predictive
than "Watch this!"
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1865 of 3566|
Keep your Eye on the Ball,
Your Shoulder to the Wheel,
Your Nose to the Grindstone,
Your Feet on the Ground,
Your Head on your Shoulders.
Now ... try to get something DONE!
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1866 of 3566|
Ken Thompson has an automobile which he helped design. Unlike most
automobiles, it has neither speedometer, nor gas gage, nor any of the
numerous idiot lights which plague the modern driver. Rather, if the
driver makes any mistake, a giant "?" lights up in the center of the
dashboard. "The experienced driver", he says, "will usually know
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1867 of 3566|
Kerr's Three Rules for a Successful College:
Have plenty of football for the alumni, sex for the students,
and parking for the faculty.
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1868 of 3566|
Kids have *never* taken guidance from their parents. If you could
travel back in time and observe the original primate family in the
original tree, you would see the primate parents yelling at the primate
teenager for sitting around and sulking all day instead of hunting for
grubs and berries like dad primate. Then you'd see the primate
teenager stomp up to his branch and slam the leaves.
-- Dave Barry, "Kids Today: They Don't Know Dum Diddly
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1869 of 3566|
An affliction of the blood
|Freebsd Fortunes: 1870 of 3566|
Kinkler's First Law:
Responsibility always exceeds authority.
Kinkler's Second Law:
All the easy problems have been solved.