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BS: A Thought For The Day

27 May 03 - 04:50 PM (#960014)
Subject: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: mack/misophist

"If you can't say anything good about any one, come sit over here next to me".

               Alice Roosevelt Longworth (Doyenne of Washington, DC)

Bless the English, who love their eccentrics.


27 May 03 - 10:38 PM (#960184)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: Jerry Rasmussen

The more you define who you are, the less freedom you have to change

Jerry


28 May 03 - 03:14 AM (#960278)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: GUEST,BOAB

The mair ye ken the less the better----[gulp----]


28 May 03 - 04:38 AM (#960317)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: Liz the Squeak

As a child it always intrigued me that my father could complain about the time my mother spent chatting to people, but then spend upwards of an hour at a time, several times a day, talking to the man across the road, Basil. When asked what they talked about, he would reply, 'nothing'.....

And they say men don't gossip.

LTS


28 May 03 - 05:30 PM (#960786)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: Dead Horse

If it aint fixed, dont broke it. (Elron boss)


29 May 03 - 04:28 AM (#961045)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: sian, west wales

"Given the right gust of wind, even garbage can dance." - Julia Fice


sian


29 May 03 - 04:59 AM (#961060)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: GUEST,noddy

think on this one and discuss.

If you start to dig a hole through the centre of the Earth to come out the other side (ignoring the complication of the hot bit in the core).
Are you upside down when you come out????


29 May 03 - 05:23 AM (#961074)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: Liz the Squeak

Never put off til tomorrow what you can do today... because if you do it today and like it, you can do it again tomorrow!

LTS


29 May 03 - 11:15 AM (#961282)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: alanabit

Er Noddy, quite apart from the hot molten core - which would quite spoil yer sandwiches - there might be a minor problem with gravity...


29 May 03 - 11:20 AM (#961286)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: Dave the Gnome

Why is there only one monopolies commission?


29 May 03 - 11:24 AM (#961287)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: GUEST

For jobs that are big, a mechanical digger is bigger and better and quicker.


29 May 03 - 12:38 PM (#961327)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: GUEST,alinact

Nah, Liz - I like it the other way round. "Always put off till tomorrow what you can do today" (like paying bills and other unpleasant stuff).

Allan


29 May 03 - 12:44 PM (#961334)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: *daylia*

Jerry said "The more you define who you are, the less freedom you have to change"

Hmmm ... the more you change who you are, the more freedom you have to define.

The more you free who you are, the more definitions you have to change.

Oh, this is so very deep ....

theeverchangingtotallyfreeandundefinabledaylia


29 May 03 - 01:16 PM (#961355)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: JennyO

Nothing changes until it becomes what it is.


30 May 03 - 04:58 AM (#961702)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: sian, west wales

If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is not for you.

sian


30 May 03 - 05:57 AM (#961733)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: Doug_Remley

And if at first you don't succeed don't fly the plane for the skydivers.


30 May 03 - 04:03 PM (#962130)
Subject: RE: BS: A Thought For The Day
From: GUEST, heric

I just bought a package of potato chips which came all the way from Canada ("Miss Vickie's") and the slogan says "the fresh taste of long ago."