Does it seem fair to you that only famous people and politicians get their quotations remembered?  If I was famous, these are some original quotations I’ve used over the years, but will not be remembered for.

Four Rules:
Think before you say,
Read before you ask,
Know before you tell,
Be nice when others don’t.

  • The greatest invention of all time was Church. The worst invention of all time was religion.
  • If I still have to care, after I’m dead – I’ll be pissed.
  • The world isn’t actually a horrible place. It just plays one on TV
  • Shakespeare said the world is a stage.  I think, of all the roles we play in life, we are most often the spectators.
  • If everything doesn’t seem profound, then you don’t get it.
  • Things that go without saying should be said more often (lest they be forgot).
  • The scariest thing in the world is a new belief.
  • The best non-religious reason for not killing yourself is curiosity.
  • The Internet brings strangers closer, and lets friends be farther apart.
  • A moment is defined only by its end. What are a couple of moments?
  • Life isn’t like a bowl of cherries… Life INCLUDES a bowl of cherries.
  • Drugs are illegal because conspiracies make sense.
  • Life is a make-work project
  • Geeks are the new jocks
  • If all else fails, make sure it’s a great story to tell.

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