Discussion in 'Eastern Religions and Philosophies' started by Vajradhara, Dec 2, 2003.
Logic is a systematic method of coming to the wrong conclusion with confidence.
-Marshall's Universal Laws of Perpetual Perceptual Obfuscation:
1. Nobody perceives anything with total accuracy.
2. No two people perceive the same thing identically.
3. Few perceive what difference it makes -- or care.
-May's Mordant Maxim:
A university is a place where men of principle outnumber men of honor.
"Just because you are paranoid, doesn't mean they are not out to get you."
-The Point of No Return Law:
The light at the end of the tunnel could turn out to be the headlight of an oncoming train.
-Pope's Law of Retroactivity:
It is easier to get forgiveness than permission.
For every proverb that so confidently asserts its little bit of wisdom, there is usually an equal and opposite proverb that contradicts it.
Evil is live spelled backwards.
If it feels good, don't do it.
-Robert Lee's Truce:
Judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from poor judgement.
-First Rule of Rural Mechanics:
If it works, don't fix it.
-Schumpeter's Observation of Scientific and Nonscientific Theories:
Any theory can be made to fit any facts by means of appropriate additional assumptions.
-Law of Selective Gravity (the Buttered Side Down Law):
An object will fall so as to do the most damage.
By the way- what happens if you glue the bread with the buttered side up to a cat's back and drop it- will the cat float in the air? or vanish?
Black is beautiful.
Black is beautiful,
and a good camouflage in the dark.
White is brilliant,
and easy to hit in the shadow.
-- Cynicus Anonymus
Susma Rio Sep
I love cats, they taste like chicken. And when properly prepared, they make pretty good frisbees too.
When you go to your knees. God will help you stand up to anything.
"It wasn't raining when Noah built the Ark."
-from a sign in front of a church
Prayer in it's simplest definition, is merely a wish turned God-ward
Short words are best, and old words when short are best of all.
The greatest lesson in life is to know even fools are right sometimes.
The kite rises highest agianst the wind, not with it.
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