Confucious in the morning
"Virture is like a thing I saw one time when I was somewhere." "Do not be concerned with gooble or that tooten which bones." Man, I gotta stop writing these in the middle of the night...
There’s a young confusion saying…
Yep, that’s about right. Chinese sayings often don’t mean a thing when translated.
Dorothy Parker had this experience. She woke up in the night with a brilliant idea for a poem that “explained everything” and wrote it down. It was:
Hogamus higamus, men are polygamous.
Higamus hogamus, women monogamous.
Actually, there’s is a lot of truth there. Just look at our revered leaders and sports heroes. But I think women may be catching up.
I found this on my nightstand one morning….
One and one make four
which is twice as more
as a day feeding children at the zoo.
See the mushroom cloud
stirring up the crowd
who keeps asking “What Would Jesus Do?”
(I decided to keep it to remind me to cut back on the pizza and beer.)
heard he got laid off and now works in a fortune cookie factory
Drinking will do that to you.
Quasimodo: I’d have said, ”Dactylic tetrameter,” but since almost everyone knows more about poetry than I do, I’ll accept your call; and if knowing that ever saves my life, I’ll thank you very kindly..
Confucius say: He who walks on thin ice is all wet.
Here’s hoping this will help you get through the
July 17, 2015