Wednesday, February 28, 2018


  1. You can die from random acts of kindness.
  2. When the collective IQ of Congress gets up to 50, we should sell.
  3. The older you get, the better you get.
  4. I once had a dream in color. It was very unfortunate. Prior to that, everyone was getting along.
  5. Justice for a long time has favored the rich, as do many of life's finer purchases.
  6. When I die I sure hope I go to Heaven. I figure Hell is a Republican National Convention.
  7. It strikes me as odd that death is not considered cruel and unusual punishment.
  8. Casino Capitalism: Take from the poor and give to the rich. Zombie politics.
  9. News release: Right-wing Republicans spontaneously combust. I'm sure they'll blame the poor.
  10. The sixties-I think I was there.
  11. Here's the deal: In my nearly 69 years, no one has given me one good reason why I should not be a grouchy old man.
  12. I walk alone at night. Darkness can be scary. Coyotes. Demons. Vampires. Night creatures. Scares me half to death. Why do it? To overcome fear. Fear of being along. Fear of dying.
  13. Dying is not nearly as hard as living.  
  14. Don't believe everything you think.
  15. As soon as you add your ideology to your theology, it begins to stink.
  16. Make sure the treasure you seek is the treasure you need.
  17. When you think you understand "the truth," start over.
  18. Don't waste a lot of time. It will soon enough run out.
  19. There are not enough medicine wheels in the world.
  20. If I had to choose between love and hate, I'd take love. I hate hate.

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