The Unexamined Life

I am disturbed by the similarity of the words, “words” and “turds.”



“I must admit,” admitted a philosophy professor, after being knocked down for a second time by a speeding didactic, “I’ve never heard the phrase, ‘The unexamined life is not worth living,’ uttered by anyone clearly living the unexamined life.”



If the truth ain’t evolving, it’s probably one of those cheap, foreign counterfeits.



Conversation Red Alert-37:

“We ain’t got much,
but we got each other.”
“S’like I said,
we ain’t got much.”



Many of you would do well to adopt my more commercial approach, thusly:  While you’re alive, everything that happens to you is just the cost of doing business.