No Reflections


It makes no difference whether you give an out-of-towner the correct time, or not.



To ordinary intelligence, yesterday is always the “golden age,” thus memory never gets any better in its lifetime.



Life once said to itself, “If they ever catch on, everybody’ll become a judge or critic.” (And then Life thought, “Whew, it’s a good thing I’m just imagining all this.”)



In some locales, the more simplistic the action, the more complex should be the actor.



Those with
no reflections
need no mirrors.