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

Mixima should be rendered manimal.

Quotation marks and car horns are warning devices that are used by the vulgar to express their feelings.

Six days shalt thou work and do all thou are able --
The seventh, the same, and clean out the stable.

How we got here is no indication of what to do next.

Beware of single-issue people and multiple-issue organizations.

Be grateful when what makes no sense makes no difference.

A potato without pepper is like a kiss without a mustache.

There is nothing wrong with devil theories in politics. Just look to the devil in the mirror.

If you insist on working like a badly programmed computer, you will have plenty of cheap competition.

One compass points north. Two compasses point at each other.

Treat a cold with the contempt it deserves.

Be sloppy enough that a surprise can happen, and careful enough that you can tell what it was.

Pretense must be more perfect than performance.

The greater the love, the more false to its object.

It is the duty of a patriot to protect his country from its government.

Ice belongs in bourbon, not underfoot.

Be 30% more considerate of others than they are of you, to allow for bias.

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