Do It When You Can't

Being quoted in the City is one thing, but you’re not truly important until they begin to

MIS-quote you.



If a would-be Revolutionist waits for himself to somehow naturally ripen and ignite, he will miss the train, break his back, lose his ticket, and dangle his last participle.



Asked a certain 15th century knave, “If there truly be an aid to strengthen the memory, what, pray tell, can be done to weaken it?”



Read in the City archives the following statement: “Happiness may be acceptable for the body, but it is suffering that develops the mind.”  Sometimes you got no IDEA how glad I am not to live in that town.



Do it when you can, AND do it when you can’t.  (And you sometimes think there’s no real difference ‘tween us and them.)