The Ultimate Entertainment

The leader of the state’s religion was asked why its hierarchy wore such outlandish costumes, that seemed to serve no "discernible purpose," and he replied, “Oh, that’s easy, the iffier the mess the spiffier the dress.”


the ultimate
human entertainment.


A fellow stopped me on the street yesterday, and said that in his continuing battle not to become a complete ole sorehead, that he keeps his spirits up by reminding himself that someday, a famous person may hit him with their car.


“Remember,” said the substitute teacher in first period, Other–Wordly-Economics; “If you own it all, you don’t NEED a calculator.”


When it comes to a fitting, operational definition, of man’s ordinary thinking processes, do note that, “low expectation” is just a smart-ass way of saying, “proper expectations.”