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Joe_F Folklore: modern proverb (114* d) RE: Folklore: modern proverb 16 Oct 20

If you do the right thing under duress, you still get credit, but you don't have as much fun.

If it moves, fondle it, except porcupines, ball lightning, and policemen.

Money is especially valuable in that it is overvalued.

It is a sin to think evil of others, but not always a mistake.

Failure teaches a valuable lesson: that we are liable to fail again.

You have to die of something.

Reason will conflict with faith so long as respect for evidence conflicts with contempt for evidence.

Some difficulties present valuable opportunities, and the rest present valuable excuses.

Compromise is the business of politicians. Leadership is the business of martyrs.

Mens sana qui mal y pense.

The one who loses an auction is called the winner, and the one who wins is called the auctioneer.

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