No Present Constraints

If you must
justify your occupation,
you have a good
solid occupation.



At the city’s annual “meeting,” one fellow, when it came his turn, stood and said that since he had no present constraints, he had nothing to say.  (His neighbors were momentarily stunned, then – as was the healthy norm – quickly turned disinterested.)



One sparkling little world took for their planetary motto these words: “If You Won’t Over-Indulge Why Bother To Dulge At All?”



One guy says, “You may send all unwanted gifts to me; this does not include unwanted bills.  Thank you.”  (No, thank you, sir.)



Some critics say they want to be “catalysts for change,” and while change exists, there are no such things as catalysts.