I have seen more people carrying umbrellas on sunny days during the last three years than I have ever seen carry umbrellas on sunny days during the ten years prior to that. In fact, it seems like I see more people carry umbrellas on sunny days nowadays than on rainy days.
The problem with speaking truth to power is that you actually have to speak the truth.
You can tell a computer is old when it shuts off every time you expect it to stay on automatically and stays on every time you expect it to shut off automatically.
I can't help but wonder how many of the people questioning Obama's citizenship would welcome a Schwarzenegger presidency.
Should I find it ironic that the most honest stuff I write is usually written under a pen name?
History's chief purpose is not to let us know what good people we have been.
It is not a kindness to encourage the poor to spend money they don't have on stuff they don't really need just because someone other than them thinks it to be fashionable.
The past ain't what it used to be and neither is the future.
I, tú, am America.
I never realized how American I was until I went to Mexico. I never realized how Mexican I was until I came back.
How realistic is it to expect an intelligent response to global warming when local politicians are still being constantly surprised by the fact that it often snows during the winter and gets hot during the summer?
People rarely pay back money with the same urgency that they borrow it. Even when the people from which they borrow it are themselves poor.
Whenever a riot occurs, people rarely go after the most deserving targets. Instead they go after the most vulnerable.
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