Monday, February 7, 2011

Abe Lincoln

"I care not for a man's religion
whose cat and dog are not the better for it."

- Abraham Lincoln

6 comments:

Roy said...
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Roy said...

How do those guys think of such cool ways to say things?

Pardon the deleted comment. Too many typos rendered it unintelligible.

asha said...

As Thomas Jefferson wrote to his grandson, "No stile of writing is so delightful as that which is all pith, which never omits a necessary word, nor uses an unnecessary one." Sadly, Jefferson's comment is 12 over Twitter's 140 character limit.

Don't ask me why I'm into channeling dead presidents lately. I have no idea.

Roy said...

Sadly, Jefferson's comment is 12 over Twitter's 140 character limit.

That is somehow futilely devastating.

As for my pithy statements, they are long enough to reach the ground.

Roy said...

"Notwithstanding all this furniture, there was still room to turn around in, but not to swing a cat in, at least with entire security to the cat."
-Mark Twain

asha said...

Birds build nets in my pithy statements, which is fine, but rats build homes there too. I guess that's okay but it has driven me to chew a lot of gum so I won't talk so much, but it doesn't help. And yes. Now that you mention it, those cats ... to them my pithy statements are just so many balls of twine to bat.