Posts Tagged ‘ pithyism ’

Pithyism #36

2011.08.09
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IF A PREGNANT WOMAN ASKS you for anything — and I mean anything, no matter how odd-sounding or inconvenient — give it to her immediately or sooner. (This rule does not necessarily apply to any other human situation.)

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HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU are reading this?

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Pithyism #3 up, 3 down

2011.08.07
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WOULDN’T YOU RATHER SEE A good game than a great hit?

(Derived from a conversation on a public lament for baseball players on steroids.) (Yes, I said for.)

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Pithyism #Lazy Eight

2011.08.04
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IF YOU WANT TO KNOW how much you don’t know, tell a young child it can ask you anything.

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Pithyism #O

2011.08.01
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FAMILY’S WHO YOU EAT WITH. (Conclusion drawn after viewing the final scene of “Safe.” Those who know, know.)

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Pithyism #55

2011.07.21
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IF ALL MEN ARE BROTHERS, then all wars are civil wars.

(Based on last night’s post DS9-discussion whether an intra-Bajoran conflict was inherently worse than, say, the Cardassian occupation.) (By Ann.)

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Pithyism #888

2011.07.06
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INTELLIGENT DISCUSSIONS ABOUT ART’S ROLE in shaping cultures and individuals have to recognize the difference between censorship (an external restraint based on fear and loathing) and self-control (an internal restraint arising from the artist’s desire to communicate).

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Pithyism #1,914

2011.06.30
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ANY POLITICAL IDEOLOGY WHICH BEGINS “If only people would…” isn’t worth the breath needed to finish the sentence.

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Pithyism #5b

2011.06.26
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SEEING IS BELIEVING — BUT FEELING is experiencing.

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Your Orders

2011.05.30
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RESIST ENTROPY.

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Three Word Comfort

2011.05.16
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“WE’LL GET THERE.”

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Ol’ Thinkypants: Sales and Service

2011.05.15
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“PEOPLE’D BE A DAMN SIGHT more polite to each other in this country if they had to work a year behind a retail sales counter. At least, all my retailer friends think so.”

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