Sayings and Proverbs

Here are some of my favorite sayings and proverbs, gathered over the course of many years. Some are mine, most are not. The latter are especially to be noted, having been tested by the cruelest yet fairest critic of them all: time.

- Gus Uht, December 6, 2004

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step."
- Old Chinese proverb.

"Life is what happens when you're making other plans."
- Old saying, last seen in "Opus", by Berkeley Breathed, 12/5/2004

"Most of us spend our lives in Plan B."
- Old(?) saying. I think I first heard this as an undergrad.
(Actually, I think it's more like Plan H [or maybe Plan 9? :)].)

"Optometrists are deep thinkers; they spend most of their time in a refractive mood."
- We interrupted this seriousness with comic relief in the form of a bad joke,
by yours truly. - AKU, 12/6/2004

"Theorizing without facts is like breathing without air:
you don't get a lot out of it, and it can be terminal."
- AKU, 12/5/2004

"CAUTION: Life may be hazardous to your health."
- AKU, 12/5/2004