… about Lena Dunham. It’s by P. J. O’Rourke.
Is it not excessively ridiculous to seek the good opinion of those whom you would never wish to be like?
All I insist on, and nothing else, is that you should show the whole world that you are not afraid. Be silent, if you choose; but when it is necessary, speak—and speak in such a way that people will remember it.
—Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Nous ne pouvons arracher une seule page de notre vie, mais nous pouvons jeter le livre au feu. We cannot tear a single page from our life, but we can throw the whole book into the fire.
A desire not to butt into other people’s business is at least eighty percent of all human “wisdom” … and the other twenty percent isn’t very important.
True friends stab you in the front.
Instapundit has a snippet up about the latest in college date-rape nonsense. Commenter Estragon adds these words of wisdom:
In my grandfather’s day, a young lady would not socialize with a young man without a chaperone.
In my grandchildren’s world, a young man should not socialize with a young woman without a lawyer and a notary public.