Quote of the Day

Both the poor and the rich have always found precisely the same grounds on which to complain about each other. Each feels the other has no manners, is disloyal, corrupt, insensitive — and has never put in an honest day's work in its life.

“Both the poor and the rich have always found precisely the same grounds on which to complain about each other. Each feels the other has no manners, is disloyal, corrupt, insensitive — and has never put in an honest day’s work in its life.” — Elaine Dundy, Elvis and Gladys

Quote of the Day

Periodically, you feel a great surge of protest welling up inside. You want to run to the world’s leaders and yell, ‘Stop! Will you guys stop! Just cut it out!’ But each time you soon simmer down to ponder the real problems of the day. Like, should you or shouldn’t you get a haircut? (Real, because you can do something about it.)

“Periodically, you feel a great surge of protest welling up inside. You want to run to the world’s leaders and yell, ‘Stop! Will you guys stop! Just cut it out!’ But each time you soon simmer down to ponder the real problems of the day. Like, should you or shouldn’t you get a haircut? (Real, because you can do something about it.)” — Paul Krassner, The Realist (December 1958)